Eight firms vie for KSA airport project

Guest Writer

Eight consortiums have been pre-qualified by Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) for contracts to develop the US $1.5 billion first phase of Medina airport, Meed has reported. The move is part of plans to revamp the airport to increase its passenger handling capacity to 14 million people a year from the current 3.5 million passengers a year. The expansion includes a new passenger terminal, renovation of the existing runway and possible construction of a second runway.

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