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Union Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has laid the foundation for a new terminal building at Rajamundry Airport in Andhra Pradesh, India. The new terminal, costing Rs 350 crore, will cover an area of 17,029 sq meters and have the capacity to handle 2,100 passengers during peak hours and 30 lakh passengers annually. It will be four times larger than the existing terminal and will feature environmentally friendly elements such as insulated roofing, LED lighting, and a rainwater harvesting system. The terminal will also have 28 check-in counters and four conveyor belts.

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