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CM HBS Reveals First Look of Modernized LGBI Airport Terminal

The Chief Minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, shared a glimpse of the progress on the new integrated terminal at Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International (LGBI) Airport in Guwahati. The new terminal, currently under construction, is set to handle up to 13 million passengers annually, a significant increase from its previous capacity.

The development of the modernized terminal aims to boost connectivity in the region and elevate the travel experience for both domestic and international passengers. The new design incorporates elements of Assam's rich cultural heritage, offering travelers a sense of the region's history and traditions upon arrival.

The new terminal is part of the government's vision to improve infrastructure and enhance tourism in the state. Once completed, it will play a vital role in positioning Assam as a major hub for business and tourism in the northeastern region.

In a recent statement, CM Sarma emphasized the importance of the terminal's modern features, including state-of-the-art facilities and a focus on sustainability. These improvements are expected to attract more airlines and passengers, contributing to the region's economic growth.

The ongoing construction showcases the government's commitment to enhancing Assam's infrastructure and promoting the state's unique heritage on a global stage. Travelers and locals alike are eagerly anticipating the completion of the modernized LGBI Airport terminal.

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