Development Phase

Mace appointed to lead Major Development Plan for Keflavik Airport

Mace appointed to lead Major Development Plan for Keflavik Airport

Isavia has appointed Mace as Programme Manager for the Keflavik International Airport Major Development Plan. Based on the Keflavik Airport Masterplan, this will provide a new 85,000sqm East Pier, a new North Terminal and other associated works, all of which will increase the airport’s capacity to over 14.5 million passengers.

Prague Airport receives approval for first stage of Terminal 2 expansion

Prague Airport receives approval for first stage of Terminal 2 expansion

Václav Havel Airport Prague has introduced its long-term concept and development strategy to 2035. The Ministry of Finance of the Czech Republic has approved an investment of over CZK 16 billion (€625m) for the first stage of the Terminal 2 expansion, with construction expected to be completed in 2028.

£59m baggage system upgrade progresses as Stansted Transformation Project celebrates two-year milestone

£59m baggage system upgrade progresses as Stansted Transformation Project celebrates two-year milestone

Stansted is investing £59 million (€70m) in a brand-new baggage delivery system, updating the huge network of conveyor belts, lifts and chutes underneath the main terminal which transports up to 30,000 bags every day.

Hamad International Airport announces second expansion phase up to 60 million passengers

Hamad International Airport announces second expansion phase up to 60 million passengers

Hamad International Airport has revealed plans for its second expansion phase, which will increase capacity to over 60 million when complete after 2022. Construction will commence early next year, with highlights including a spectacular 10,000sqm indoor tropical garden and a 268sqm water feature.

Gatwick’s continued investment to “put passengers at heart” of exciting new chapter

Gatwick’s continued investment to “put passengers at heart” of exciting new chapter

London Gatwick has announced a new chapter in its ownership, with VINCI Airports completing the purchase of a 50.01% stake in the airport. Global Infrastructure Partners continues to manage the remaining 49.99% interest. The new partnership promises continued investment to put passengers at the heart of Gatwick’s future plans.