Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru will turn into the main airplane terminal in southern India to have a second runway. The parallel runway development at Kempegowda will be done before the finish of September 2019. The new terminal T2 will be worked in two stages. The main stage will have 25.04 million traveler limit. The second runway will be four kilometers long and furnished with CAT III B to forestall flight delay. The new terminal will be condition agreeable and will hold fast to ‘The city of patio nurseries’ picture of Bengaluru. The terminal building will have a rich green cover with trees explicit to the city. After the new development of the terminal, the air terminal will have 165 airplane stopping openings and 40,000 laborers at the air terminal working in shifts. By September 2019, 3,000 sections of land will be produced out of the 4,000 section of land the air terminal has. The airplane terminal is likewise in converses with carriers in India to make the Bengaluru air terminal their hub. The all-out development cost of the task will be Rs 13,000 crore. The air terminal will likewise have a metro availability sooner rather than later.