Back in May, construction of the International Airport began when the ground was officially broken by Prime Minister, Imran Khan in May. Since then new images show the desert land being developed and shaped to establish the terminal and runways.
With construction ongoing, the International Gwadar airport shall occupy some 4,300 acres of land. This will be the largest airport in Pakistan when completed and is expected to see millions of business and trade visitors annually when the Gwadar port city is fully functional.
The total cost of the project is put down at $230 million and when the site is complete, Gwadar International Airport will be hosting Airbus ATR72, Boeings B-737 and B-74 and other such larger aircraft.