Siem Reap New International Airport
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Siem Reap New International Airport (also known as the NSRIA project) is a proposed airport development to replace the existing Siem Reap Airport. A site 50km away from the existing facility has been designated by the government, which seeks to protect a World Heritage Site that includes Angkor Wat. The project has been a subject of discussion since 2010, with the government selecting Yunna Investment Holdings Limited as the principal developer in Dec-2016. It is estimated to have a maximum handling capacity of 10 million passengers p/a, with construction scheduled to commence in late 2017 or early 2018 and is expected to last up to five years.
18-Aug-2017. Cambodia Government signed a USD880 million contract with Yunnan Investment Holdings for the later to develop Siem Reap New International Airport. Land clearance are currently underway with construction scheduled to commence in 2018.
16-Aug-2017. Yunnan Investment Holdings plans to commence constructing Siem Reap New International Airport in 2018. The airport will be constructed in three phases over a three year period.
Feb-2017. Cambodia State Secretariat of Civil Aviation (SSCA) received the full proposal for Siem Reap New International Airport development project from awarded contractor Yunnan Investment Holdings Ltd. Provincial governor Kim Bunsong said the new infrastructure will have capacity for 10 million passengers p/a but development cost remains unconfirmed. Construction are scheduled to commence in late 2017 or early 2018 and is expected to last up to five years.
Dec-2016. Cambodia government decided to reassign a USD88 million contract to develop a new international airport 50km outside of Siem Reap from Cambodia Airports to Yunnan Investment Holdings Ltd (YIHL). The government is required to compensate Cambodia Airports for ending its concession prematurely. A committee was formed, headed by Cambodia Senior Minister Yim Nola, to negotiate with Cambodia Airports the terms and value for compensation which will be paid by YIHL, "though it will not be disbursed until the new airport starts operations." The new airport is expected to replace the existing Siem Reap Airport for fear aircraft noise may affect Angkor Wat and other neighbouring Bayon temples.
Aug-2016. Cambodia Minister of Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol stated the government is seeking Chinese investment to construct a new airport and an expressway. The Minister said, “We proposed the Chinese side to support the construction of a new airport in Siem Reap province”. He further noted, “We asked China to provide concessional loans to Cambodia for the rehabilitation of existing railways and for the study and development of new railroads from Poipet City to Siem Reap province and from Siem Reap province to Phnom Penh capital”.
Mar-2011. Cambodia's New Siem Reap International Airport Co – led by two Korean firms Lees A&A and its financial partner Cambodia Airport Co – is working on a project for the construction of a new international airport 40km east of Angkor Wat, at a cost of USD500 million. The airport will have one runway and a terminal on a site as large as 5sqkm, and the ability to handle 3 million passengers p/a. The new airport is expected to commence operation in late-2015 when the adjacent old airport will be closed.
Sep-2010. Council for the Development of Cambodia has approved plans for the construction of a new USD1 billion international airport in Siem Reap. The project still awaits final approval from Prime Minister, Hun Sen. The USD1 billion investment will come from NSIA Company, a joint venture owned by Camco Airport Company and Lees A&A Company.
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