Ahmedabad’s Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International (SVPI) Airport gets new arrival hall with 8 new immigration counters. This newly established international arrival section incorporates various enhancements designed to facilitate passenger flow and increase overall capacity. Spanning an area of 2,550 square meters, the arrivals zone now accommodates 24 immigration counters, an addition of 8 new counters. This adjustment is expected to expedite the process of granting immigration clearance to passengers.
The revamped terminal arrival area is designed meticulously with the fitting theme of “Amaru Amdavad” (My Amdavad), paying homage to Gujarat’s rich heritage, distinctive rituals, and vibrant culture of community celebration.
Between April and August 15, approximately 4 million passengers have traveled through the city airport. The airport management anticipates a growth of more than 25% in passenger figures by the year-end. Additionally, six new baggage belts have been introduced in the baggage reclaim hall of the T2 arrivals area, ensuring smoother movement for passengers.