Expansion project at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali, Indonesia, will commence in January 2010, featuring extension of both international and domestic passenger terminals, parking lots, and other supporting facilities.
The IDR1.5 trillion expansion project ($15 million approx.) will cover the extension of both international and domestic passenger terminals, parking lots and other supporting facilities. The exterior design of the airport features Balinese style of architecture.
The project has been delayed several times as the governor rejected the previous plan. The current international terminal is 63,246 square meters with a capacity to handle 7.4 million visitors annually. The current domestic terminal spans 11,255 square meters and can receive 1.5 million passengers. The redesigned plan features 30% reduction in the size of the business site. The remaining 10% will be used for public areas.