The swanky new second terminal of Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru was recently inaugurated by PM Narendra Modi. A little birdie tells us that it’s a beauty that is all set to give tough competition to Singapore’s Changi Airport.
This air terminal, alongside Delhi and Mumbai Worldwide Air terminals, is additionally considered as a real part of the nation’s best air terminals, and brags of many added highlights.
The T2 terminal at Bengaluru is spread across a complete area of 255645 sq m, grandstands the rich history and culture of Karnataka, and makes an endeavor to satisfy the depiction of Bengaluru as the Nursery City.
On the off chance that reports are to go by, development of the subsequent terminal started in October 2018, with plans to finish work on extension of the air terminal in two stages. It is normal that the terminal will actually want to take care of air traffic volume development over the course of the following ten years.
The feature of this terminal are its insides, and element hanging nurseries and bamboo-cross section work finish. The air terminal likewise disclosed the clever elements in its ‘Terminal in a Nursery’ subject.
When inside the terminal, one can observer embellishing grower swinging from the roof and generally speaking, there are 500 such frameworks, each holding many plants. So, there are in excess of 150,000 live plants of different species dangling from the roof alone.
Aside from this, supposedly, there are around 450,000 plants filling in the green walls that line the hall between the registration counters and security doors.
One more significant feature of this terminal is its bamboo theme, and how the rooftop and mainstays of the air terminal are clad with designed bamboo, which is enduring and fire retardant.
The new terminal is being contrasted with Singapore’s renowned Changi Air terminal, perhaps of the prettiest air terminal on the planet. We pass on the correlations with you.