Kazan International Airport

Kazan is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, and an important industrial, trade and cultural centre with a population over 1 million people. Kazan lies at the confluence of the Volga and Kazanka Rivers in European Russia.
The architectural part of the project “Reconstruction and development of International Airport Kazan – T erminal 1A” was developed on the basis of:
- Master plan for the development of the airport in Kazan;
- Project assignment;
- The regulations going on the territory of Russian Federation in accordance with the International standards (IATA Airoport Development Reference Manual 9th Edition,
- Construction of the new Terminal 1A, with traffic capacity 600 passengers per hour, reaching levels of comfort “C” IATA and securing the international requirements for organization of the 100% automatic tri-state control, and a review of the baggage of the departing and transit passengers;
- An increase of income from non-aviation activity. Commercial areas in the new terminal 1A should represent around 15% of the total area of the terminal, without taking the
cilculation areas (hallways, passageways, stairways) and technical premises;
- Project of terminal landside area including the construction of a car park for 400 cars and indoor parking for 227 cars, with the maximum use of the terrain.
Buildings and facilities
The following buildings and facilities are included in the project’s composition:
- Terminal 1A;
- Indoor parking lot;
- Technological buildings:
a) transformer station with diesel generator
b) steam station
c) chiller station