Cochin International Airport Limited on Saturday launched 'Operation Parwaah', a multi-faceted infrastructure development program aimed at integrating flood mitigation projects of CIAL and local self-government bodies.

This was announced by S Suhas, Managing Director, Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) in a review meeting held here today.

A release issued by CIAL said that the objective of Operation Prawaah is to integrate the projects already initiated by CIAL with the district administration and various local self-government bodies to bring the floodgates of airport facilities and nearby panchayats on a single platform. can be stopped.

Cochin airport is one of the busiest airports in the country and handles about 10 million passengers annually.

However, the last two flood seasons in Kerala had affected the prospects of both the airport and the traveller community.

Release stated that, "The renovation work of the diversion canal, constructed for altering the course of the floodwater outside the southern side of the peripheral wall of the operational area had been divided into five reaches,"

The first phase of Operation Care will be completed in the last week of July.

Second Phase involves major construction activities including the construction of a Regulator-cum-Bridge (RCB) at the mouth of the Chengal Canal for Rs 20.40 crore.


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