Sheremetyevo Airport investing to become “one of the largest passenger and cargo hubs in the world” by 2018
On 25 October, Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport held a large-scale presentation and a press tour to present the development programme for its main facilities, which will be complete in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. This will allow sports teams, officials, fans and passengers to depart from the new terminal, and to move between the terminals directly under the airfield. Airlines, meanwhile, will have ample opportunities provided by the new cargo and refuelling complexes.
ADP Ingénierie, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Groupe ADP, is upgrading and extending Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The new terminal development, to be completed by 2021, will increase the airport’s capacity to 12 million passengers.
Construction of Istanbul New Airport’s award-winning Air Traffic Control tower has officially commenced. The 90m-tall tower will be completed in approximately six months.
Finavia is planning a €13 million renovation of the traffic areas at Oulu Airport to improve the safety of air traffic, as well as conditions of business life and tourism. The renovation project is due to take place in summer 2017.
100 days since its inauguration, Munich Airport’s satellite terminal has already achieved impressive results. The satellite has handled over two million passengers, with a quarter of them travelling on intercontinental routes.