HCMC – Construction of Terminal T2 at Dong Hoi Airport in the north-central province of Quang Binh is scheduled to commence in the third quarter of next year, according to the Ministry of Transport.
The Airports Corporation of Vietnam will make the necessary preparations to ensure funding for the project and keep it on schedule, the ministry said in a statement.
The VND1,900-billion project also includes upgrading aircraft aprons at the airport.
The 16,800-square-meter passenger terminal is designed to handle three million people annually and expected to be operational by March 2026.
In the first phase, four aprons would be built to accommodate planes such as Airbus A321 and A320, with an additional four aprons to be developed in the second phase.
According to the national aviation development plan, Dong Hoi Airport is projected to have an annual handling capacity of up to five million passengers by 2050.