Saudi airport to get new $137m terminal

23 July 2008

King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah is adding a new state-of-the-art terminal with 74 jet bridges to receive both foreign and Saudia planes, reported Arab News. Abdullah Ruhaimy, president of the General Authority for Civil Aviation, has signed a $137m with Aéroports de Paris Company of France to provide design and engineering services for the first phase of KAIA's development project. The new terminal is expected to receive 30 million passengers annually and will be ready by 2012.

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