MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 At SSR International Airport To Be Ready By Early 2013

 

Built and ultimately to be managed on behalf of the Mauritian Government by Aeroports de Paris in collaboration with China State Construction Engineering Corporation, the new Terminal 2 at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Plaisance, Mauritius is slated to be operational by early 2013. Built at a cost of 11 Billion Mauritian Rupees, 85 per cent of project is to be financed by a loan from the EXIM Bank of China to the Mauritius Port Authority.

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport   (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport   (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport   (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport   (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport   (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

MAURITIUS: New Terminal 2 at SSR International Airport (Photo © Aéroports de Paris)

The architectural concept will take after the image of “the traveller’s palm” (the ravenala palm), a tropical plant that grows on Mauritius Island. Travellers will walk under the “palms” of this tree to reach the boarding lounges, which will offer a wide view over the Mauritian mountains and the Blue Bay lagoon.
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The new Terminal 2 at SSR International (Le Mauricien)

The new Terminal 2 at SSR International (Le Mauricien)

By Ted T. Beefcake (Esq)

Source: TheAfricanAviationTribune



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