AIG to open Jordan's new airport terminal on March 21
- Jordan: Sunday, February 10 - 2013 at 04:54
The international consortium responsible for the development and operation of Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA), Airport International Group (AIG) has set March 21 as the official date for the new terminal to officially commence operations. The group, led by Abu Dhabi-owned Invest AD and Kuwait's Noor Financial Investment Co, had been awarded a 25-year build-operate-transfer (BoT) concession by the Jordanian government in 2007. With the opening of the new terminal, the airport will be able to handle nearly nine million passengers a year.
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