Goa Airport Guide to Goa Dabolim Airport (GOI)

Goa Airport Terminal

Since March 2014, Goa Airport has a brand new and modern terminal to attend the growing passenger traffic.

The new terminal is able to handle a peak hour capacity of 2,750 passengers/hour and, in big numbers, can handle 4 million passengers per year.

 

Present & future

Nevertheless, Goa Airport is near to reach this limit and is prepared for future expansion, since a big growth of air traffic to Goa is expected for the following years. That is the reason why by 2020 it is expected to be completed a new airport in Mopa.


Levels

The Glass and Steel terminal building has three levels including the ground floor and handles all flights arriving or departing from the airport.

The two old terminals serving Domestic and International Flights are unused at the moment.

 

New Goa Terminal Features

 
Capacity: Peak hour capacity of 2,750 passengers / 4 million passengers per year

Building: The new terminal is integrated in a unique building

Parking: Multi-level car-parking facility that can accommodate up to 570 cars

Access to Levels: Access to different levels of the terminal is facilitated by 15 elevators and 12 escalators.

Numbers: Includes an in-line baggage scanning system, five passenger boarding bridges, and 64 check-in counters.

Ground Floor: Check-ins for domestic and international arrival and departures, and remote domestic arrival and departures. Baggage handling system.

1st Floor: Domestic and international passenger arrivals and contains security, customs and immigration counters

2nd Floor: Domestic and international security hold facility.

Tips and Facts the Terminal

  • The joint usage of Dabolim Airport for Navy and civilian is limiting its operations.
  • In the past, the airport had a domestic and an international terminal, built in 1983 and 1996, being unused at the moment.
  • Unless the experience in the airport can seem chaotic and unacceptable in many ways, it has been a lot of improvement in the past years