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BOT; Application of Build, Operate and Transfer method In Aviation infrastructure

BOT; Application of Build, Operate and Transfer method In Aviation infrastructure

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This document will guide you about the introduction of BOT, its application and its possible defined terms and conditions. In this all values (investment) are estimated but near to realistic.
This document will guide you about the introduction of BOT, its application and its possible defined terms and conditions. In this all values (investment) are estimated but near to realistic.

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Mid Term Assignment of 
Fiscal Aspects of Aviation Management
Application of BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer)Model in Airport Infrastructure
BS Aviation Management
Semester 7
Course instructor:
Sir Nadeem Ansari
Submitted by:
Muhammad Arslan Aslam BAM -9234
BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer)
BOT Build, Operate and Transfer) is a type of project finance method or privatization inwhich a private or public
private (partnership) company builds or redevelops the wholeairport, or of any specific facility e.g. terminal, runway, taxiway, and some portion of apronor of making a new parking place for major or huge and heavy aircrafts. The companyoperates it to specific period of time like 20-30 years and after that the property istransferred to the owner or Government or contracted organization.All finance is invested by BOT contract holder or company and it operates the facility untilit earns amount equal to invested money more than that money is generated as dependent on terms and conditions mentioned in the contract/ concession documents. This enablesthe project proponent to recover its investment, operating and maintenance expenses inthe project.In Pakistan, At Karachi and Lahore airports there is no demand of major expansion at bothairports.
Peshawar International Airport
Bacha Khan International Airport
; previously called)
Peshawar International Airport
,is an airport located in the city of  Peshawar in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of  Pakistan.It is located about a 10-minute drive from the centre of Peshawar; it is the fourth busiest airport in Pakistan.
One unusual feature is that one end of the main runway 
is crossed by a railway line -- the seldom-used  Khyber train safari  to  Landi Kotal  in 
.The airport was renamed on 27 January 2012 after Khan Abdul Ghaffar
Khan (also known as Bacha Khan), a Pashtun nationalist political leader. Peshawar is a major passenger hub with 75% flights internationally bound.
The airport is currently under evaluation to be upgraded to make it compatible with future needs of the  geographical location. The CAA is currently working with the provincial government to develop the airport to meet international standards.
The airport has several facilities tohandle the normal needs of passengers such as telephone calling (domestic/international)booths, money exchange facilities, automatic teller machines, Internet stations informationcounters, gifts and souvenir shops, snack shops, rent a car services, as well as a post office.At present the following technical features are available at the airport.
Peshawar Intl. Airport (OPPS) has only one runway 31 and 13 and elevation 3289feet. It has 9,000 feet (2,700 m) long, 150 feet (46 m) wide with 10-foot-wide(3.0 m) shoulders on either side corresponding to International Civil AviationOrganization Category 4E.
For passenger and cargo. Combination of flexible and rigid pavements.
Nose-in parking for 4 wide-bodied aircraft at a time or 3 Airbus and 2 narrow body
aircraft at a time.Now there is a need of another runway at Peshawar International Airport who will not have rail track on it. Major airports in Pakistan e.g. Jinnah International Airport and AllamaIqbal International Airport have two runways but Peshawar International Airport has onlyone runway. When another runway is constructed, load is divided and it will also bebeneficial for flights when train on its track pass on runway. As aviation industry isgrowing and traffic demand is increasing, it is necessary to develop airport to meet international standards by improving facilities, construction of a new runway andexpansion of more parking space for major aircrafts.
Now Peshawar Intl. Airport (OPPS) has following four division of development;
Construction of a new RWY and make it ready for operation;
A new runway willbe 10,000 feet long and 150 feet wide. As traffic demand is increasing, there is aneed of a new runway to meet the standards of future.
Expansion of apron for more parking spaces for aircrafts3.
Maintenance and development of terminal building or other major facilities atOPPS
Improving lighting system of airfield;
At Peshawar Intl. Airport RWY 13, 31 hasnot RWY edge lights but has RWY centre line lights so there is demand for RWYedge lights
for performing night operation efficiently.
I am managing director of my company,
that has taken a tender from Government of Pakistan (Civil Aviation Authority) on BOT method or arrangement.
HEAVY LIFTING Inc. is a well reputed construction company having much expertise inconstruction projects of Aviation infrastructure. It has qualified engineers and other staff with great experience to work for Aviation facilitation. It has been working for many yearsfor projects related to aviation infrastructure.

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