Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad Airport becomes World’s Third Fastest Growing Airport

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GMR Hyderabad International Airport has recently emerged as the third fastest growing international airport across the globe in terms of passenger growth.

The Airports Council International (ACI), in its World Airport Traffic Report, has positioned Hyderabad global air terminal as the second quickest developing air terminal in India and third quickest in the World for the classification of taking care of in excess of 15 million travelers for each year.

The GMR Hyderabad International Airport is all gear to provide its passengers an amazing experience.

Since its initiation, GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) has been at the cutting edge of receiving vitality productivity rehearses which has acquired numerous honors from different stages. Over the most recent three years, vitality effectiveness estimates taken at GHIAL have prompted a considerable vitality sparing of around 7.6 MU, while prompting a quick decrease in the Green House Gaseous (GHG) discharges at the air terminal.

The fastest-growing Airport in India catering to 21 million passengers in FY19, Hyderabad International Airport has experienced significant growth for the past four years. With robust growth in passenger traffic, with a four years Compound Annual Growth Rate of around 20% from FY 15 to FY 19, RGIA is embarking on a large scale expansion project.

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The expansion project will increase RGIA’s annual passenger handling capacity beyond 34 million. The first phase of this mammoth project will take around three years to complete. Our vision is to build fully tech-enabled “Smart Airport”. To achieve this, we are introducing an array of technologies like the paperless travel using biometric and face recognition technology, advanced self-check-in kiosks, baggage-drop service, security check lanes with Auto Tray Retrieval System (ATRS) among others.

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GHIAL is embarking on this expansion journey towards the Airport of the future to enhance the passenger experience.

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GMR Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at Hyderabad has become the first in the country to successfully introduce Face Recognition (FR) technology enabling passengers to breeze through the express entrance into the terminal.

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