Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Any individual who has ever been to Goa realizes that their airport sucks for sure, particularly those flying in from Mumbai and Delhi. Along these lines, keeping in mind the end goal to make your Goa trips significantly more good than they are at the present time, the Goa airport is currently being rebuilt. In a joint exertion of the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Commerce Logistics Department, the whole airport will be redone. Their particular teams will reach Goa on seventh 8th May 2018 to facilitate the improvement of cargo hubs at the new airport to be developed at Mopa in Goa. This second air terminal will start running in 2020. A joint team of AAI and Commerce Logistics Dept going to #Goa on 7th and 8th May to meet Goa chamber of commerce&industries to facilitate cargo hubs at #Goa airport.Was announced by me last week We shall develop all parts Ito realise @PMOIndia @narendramodi #vision #NewIndia — Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) May 2, 2018 The teams will be joined by Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industries who will work intently on the project. They will additionally guarantee smooth connectivity to the beach front belt of Western India. Moreover, this airplane terminal won’t simply help Goa, yet the various states laid on the waterfront course – Maharashtra, Karnataka and Kerala. Association Minister of Commerce and Industry and Civil Aviation, Shri Suresh Prabhu as of late made a declaration where he discussed Goa being the logistic hub of India. This second air terminal will end up useful in 2020. The upcoming Mopa airplane terminal will have the capacity to deal with 30 million travellers every year and also cargo. The Minister expressed that the cargo policy to be reported by the Government of India will contribute 40% of India’s GDP from global trading. Dabolim airplane terminal will likewise be updated with a investment of around 600 crores.