Reconstruction of airport in Kazakhstan’s Uralsk may be delayed

Construction of the airport building in Uralsk, Kazakhstan, may last another six months, Kazinform reported.

According to Diyas Janibekov, Chairperson of the Board, ‘Oral’ Social and Entrepreneurial Corporation JSC, it was originally planned to complete the reconstruction of the airport building next fall. However, during the demolition work, a drawdown was found.

“In this regard, there was a need to re-clarify the project. Now this work is underway. For this reason, the construction time of the facility is shifted by six months and may last until approximately the spring of 2021,” Mr. Janibekov said.

After adjusting the design and estimate documentation, the amount of reconstruction work will become known.

The building, which was built 40 years ago, has not been repaired since then. Its reconstruction at one time was estimated at KZT 3.2 billion (USD 1 = KZT 389).

The area of ​​the renewed city airport will be significantly expanded. According to the CEO of Oral International Airport LLP Khairetdin Raskaliev, the current airport building in Uralsk is quite small, which directly affects the flight schedule. In particular, to avoid traffic jams, the time between flights was extended by at least two hours.

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