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09 - 05 - 2018

Cam Ranh International Terminal (T2) with total investment capital of 3,735 billion VND which has been one of the biggest projects of IPPG will come to operation in this second quarter of 2018. This promises to open a new era of the Central region’s air transportation and pushes the tourism & economy of Nha Trang city – Khanh Hoa province to another level.

On the last days of April, the construction speed at Cam Ranh International Terminal is getting rusher to complete final parts. Up to now, the construction has finished frame structure and the roof. The design and architecture of the new terminal takes inspiration from Salanganes’ nest, a bird’s nest popularly seen in Khanh Hoa Province. Built using locally sourced materials, the roof of the terminal will mimic the nest by featuring a repeated sequence of peaks and troughs, and will be curved in convex shape.

Cam Ranh International Terminal’s operation will offer 2 separate terminals: domestic & international, which will response the need of service for international & local tourists and improve the whole appearance of Cam Ranh International Airport. Plus, the economy & the society and the tourism of South Central region in general and of Khanh Hoa province in particular will be improved to another advanced level.

Since 2016, Khanh Hoa province’s government has confirmed that Cam Ranh International Terminal is a prioritized project of this province and also considered this as the leading break-through construction encouraged by national government and the Ministry of Transport. As a result, the construction’s pace has been taken care of by the national government, Khanh Hoa province’s government and Ministry of Transport.

Mr. Johnathan Hanh Nguyen, Chairman of IPPG and Chairman of Cam Ranh Terminal Company (CRTC) said that: “All members of the board of CRTC including Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV), Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG), NASCO Logistics, Vietjet Aviation Joint Stock Company (Vietjet), Viet Xuan Moi Joint Stock Company have been committed to putting efforts in accomplishing this project on time within the budget.”

Construction of a new international passenger terminal at Can Ranh Airport, one of the four major airports of Vietnam, was initiated in September 2016. This has been considered as one the biggest projects that IPPG has invested in with partners with total investment capital 3,735 billion VND.

The new terminal will increase the airport’s passenger handling capacity to 8 million passengers a year by 2030 from the current 1.5 million, and 4000 passengers at rush hours, thus easing the congestion created by the growing passenger traffic. The first phase of the terminal building is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2018. The new terminal will handle international operations, while the existing building will deal with domestic flights.

This is also considered a major project following international standards with a swift execution timeline in around 2 years and does not exceed planned budget. The design and architecture of the new terminal takes inspiration from Salanganes’ nest, a bird’s nest popularly seen in Khanh Hoa Province. The new terminal will be a two-storey building with a total floor area of approximately 50,000m². One level will be dedicated for arrivals and the other for departures. The terminal will feature a total of 80 check-in counters arranged in 4 rows, each having 20 counters, 10 aircraft bridges, 6 baggage carousels and 4 air bridges.

With over 40 years working and travelling around the World and over 30 years researching and doing business in aviation industry, Mr. Johnathan Hanh Nguyen shared that: “Aviation has been an essential and prioritized transport point which means a lot to a whole country & tourism’s development. So, building and managing airports with international standards to attract investment, tourists and elevate Vietnam’s position are inevitable.

Mr. Johnathan Hanh Nguyen is one of Vietnamese expatriates to come back to the homeland and invest in Vietnam by establishing Imex Pan Pacific Group (IPPG) in 1985. After 33 years, IPPG has developed and become one of the leading multi-industry corporations in Vietnam and has been investing many major projects with investment up to hundred million USD, especially CRTC.