The project is being implemented in four phases with annual passenger capacity of 4.4 million, 5.8 million, 9.4 million and 13.1 million respectively.
The airport has an ultimate capacity of 28 million passengers per annum with a provision for dedicated cargo and MRO facility.
GGIAL has achieved Financial Close of the project for Phase 1 costing Rs.1900 crore comprising debt component of Rs. 1330 crore and equity of Rs.670 crore in the debt-equity ratio of 70:30.
Goa will become a unique State in the country to have two international airports conducting civilian operations in close proximity.

 Introduction

The Department of Civil Aviation was created vide Cabinet decision dated 18th November 2013. As per the Business of the Government of Goa (Allocation) (Twenty-eighth Amendment) Rules, 2013, the Department is responsible for all the matters pertaining to Mopa Airport, all the matters pertaining to Dabolim Airport, matters pertaining to Civil Aviation and Co-ordination with Government of India pertaining to Dabolim Airport and Mopa Airport.

Development of Greenfield International Airport at Mopa in Pernem taluka on PPP basis is the major task before the Department. Read more...

                                                                                                             Vision Document

Dr. Pramod Sawant
Hon. Chief Minister/Minister of Civil Aviation
Government of Goa

Shri. Parimal Rai, I.A.S.
Chief Secretary/Secretary Civil Aviation
Government of Goa

Dr. Suresh Shanbhogue
Director/Ex-officio Joint Secretary
Civil Aviation
Government of Goa


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