- Phnom Penh International Airport
name = Phnom Penh International Airport
nativename-a = អាកាសយានដ្ឋានអន្តរជាតិភ្នំពេញ
Aéroport International De Phnom Penh
IATA = PNH
ICAO = VDPP
type = Military/Public
operator = Cambodia Airport Management Services
city-served = Phnom Penh
elevation-f = 40
elevation-m = 12
coordinates = Coord|11|32|48|N|104|50|39|E|type:airport
website = http://www.cambodia-airports.com/phnompenh/en/
metric-elev = yes
metric-rwy = yes
r1-number = 05/23
r1-length-f = 9,843
r1-length-m = 3,000
Phnom Penh International Airport airport codes|PNH|VDPP ( _km. អាកាសយានដ្ឋានអន្តរជាតិភ្នំពេញ _fr. Aéroport International De Phnom Penh) is the main airport of
Cambodiaand is located in the country's capital city, Phnom Penh7 km (4.3 miles) west of central Phnom Penh. The airport's former name was Pochentong International Airport.
On July 6, 1995, the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) signed a concession agreement with a French-Malaysian joint venture, Société Concessionaire d’Aéroport (SCA), to operate Pochentong International Airport (PNH) serving Phnom Penh. In return for a 20-year concession, SCA, 70 percent owned by Groupe GTM and 30 percent by Muhibbah Masterron of Malaysia, committed to a $110 million improvement program, including construction of a new runway, terminal and cargo buildings, hangers, installation of a Cat III level Instrument Landing System (ILS) and associated approach lighting.
The Berger Group was selected by the RGC to provide independent engineering services during the concession, to audit the design and to advise on the practicality and cost of the concession’s proposed improvements. The Berger team also supervised the initial works to accommodate widebody aircraft such as 747s, including asphalt concrete runway overlays; installation of new ILS, metrological equipment, runway lighting and generator and power systems; and construction of a new fire station, taxiway and turn-pad extensions.
Following the successful completion of the initial works, the Berger team provided design review and independent engineering services for the construction of a new 18,000-square-meter terminal building to accommodate growing tourist traffic. The $22 million terminal building includes three mobile aerobridges, over 700 auto parking spaces and VIP and CIP facilities.
The airport also has a
Dairy Queeninside. It is one of the first international franchises that have opened up in Cambodia.
Airlines and destinations
China Airlines(Taipei-Taiwan Taoyuan)
China Southern Airlines(Beijing, Guangzhou)
EVA Air(Taipei-Taiwan Taoyuan)
Jetstar Asia Airways(Singapore)
Livingston Airlines(Charter) (Milan-Malpensa (Arrival Only), Phuket (Departure Only))
Malaysia Airlines(Kuala Lumpur)
Philippine Airlines(Manila) (begins Late 2008)
Siem Reap Airways(Hong Kong, Siem Reap)
Thai Airways International(Bangkok-Suvarnabhumi)
Vietnam Airlines(Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Vientiane)
International terminal profile
*Total capacity: 2 million pax
**Surface: 16,000 m²
**Waiting lounges: 1300 m²
**VIP Lounge: 250 m²
**Food & Beverage: 350 m²
**Duty Free: 700 m²
*Seat capacity: 360
*Check-In counters: 22
*Visa, Immigration and Customs counters: 30
*Number of gates: 4 with aerobridges, 2 with bus access
*Baggage conveyors: 2 (International)
*Car parking: 380
Domestic terminal profile
*Handling capacity Domestic Departures Terminal : 300 passengers per hour.
*Floor surface : 1,200 m².
*Boarding gates : 3 Arrival side (open space concept) :
*Floor surface : 2,470 m².
*Garden : 900 m².
*Total capacity : 400,000 passengers/year
*Length: 3000 m
*Width: 45 m.
*Orientation: 46 º - 226º (QFU 05 - 23)
*Pavement structure: bituminous overlay on a concrete base
*Perpendicular taxiways (30 m. wide plus shoulders 5 m. wide each): 2
*Peak hour capacity: 10 movements (taxiways)
*Number of stands: 13 (4 contacts)
**Concrete area...... : 46,150 m²., 6 stands
**Asphalt area.........: 18,000 m²., 5 stands
**Total area.............: 64,150 m²
*Navigation aids and visual aids:
Angkor International Airport
Sihanoukville International Airport
*De Launey, Guy (February 6, 2006). [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/4616592.stm "Budget flights arrive in Southeast Asia"] ,
* [http://www.cambodia-airports.com/phnompenh/en/ Phnom Penh International Airport official website]
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