Saudi Arabia to build pilgrim terminal in Madinah airport
- Saudi Arabia: Sunday, January 06 - 2013 at 05:04
The Saudi ministry of Haj has said it plans to set up a terminal for pilgrims at Prince Muhammad International Airport in Madinah this year to meet the requirements of growing numbers of faithful who come for Haj and Umrah, Arab News has reported. The new pilgrim terminal would be completed by the end of this year at a cost of SR30.14m, said deputy minister for transport and projects, Sahel Al-Sabban. The airport is currently witnessing an expansion project that will increase its capacity to eight million passengers in the first phase and 12 million in the second phase.
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