HCMC – The passenger terminal T3 project at the Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCMC will get off the ground on December 25.
The city has almost completed site clearance and compensation work and handed over some 14.7 hectares of cleared land to the Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV), the project’s investor, to start building the terminal.
The project investor has invited tenders for the project and conducted the bidding process for around two months.
As required by the prime minister, ACV will have to complete the construction in 24 months and put passenger terminal T3 into service in 2024. This terminal would be able to handle 20 million passengers a year.
Luong Minh Phuc, director of the HCMC Management Board of Investment and Construction of Traffic Projects, said the board would start work on a project to build a road linking Tran Quoc Hoan and Cong Hoa streets in Tan Binh District on December 25. This is one of the five key projects to be implemented to ease traffic congestion around the Tan Son Nhat airport area.
The road project connecting Tran Quoc Hoan and Cong Hoa streets is slated for completion in September 2024, the local media reported.
The management board will begin work on a project to expand National Highway 50 on December 28 and another to build the An Phu intersection on December 30.