Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport in the state of Gujarat, India, will unveil its new terminal this month.
The terminal, built at a cost of INR3bn ($64m) will have a capacity of 2,200 passengers each hour according to The Times of India.
The terminal will include an inline X-ray baggage inspection system integrated with departure conveyor system and check-in counters with common use terminal equipment (CUTE).
A state-of-the-art 500m travelator has also been constructed, connecting the domestic and international terminals.
The new building, initially conceptualised as an international terminal, will be used as a domestic terminal until it achieves full functionality.