Japanese company to build new airport in Haka in Chin State

A New airport is likely to be builtin Haka, the capital of remote Chin State, according to the Chin State government.

Chin State Minister for Transport U Shwe Ceu said a Japanese company will make geographical survey in the project area next month. According to the first survey, the company plans to construct an airfield near mile post 5 on Haka-Htantalan Road. A Japanese company pledged to support both technical assistance and funds for the new scheme.

The Japanese company wishes to make its apology for the invasion in World War II by establishing an airport in the state, U Shwe Ceu added.

An airport has been under construction through the government’s budget since 2015 in Falam Township in Chin State. The project is estimated to be finalized within three years.

Source: Global New Light of Myanmar

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