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Ineco will develop the Master Plan for the Dammam Airport

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9 October 2017
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Ineco has been awarded the contract to develop the Master Plan for Dammam King Fahd International Airport in Saudi Arabia by DACO (Dammam Airports Company).  With a 2047 horizon, this project aims to turn this airport into a regional hub, making it an important intermodal node for the movement of passengers & cargo.

This plan includes the expansion of all airport facilities to cater to growing passenger demand, as well as the study of the connection of the airport’s cargo area with the country’s main rail freight line.  In addition, a new Airport City will be developed, along with the recently initiated Cargo Village.

Dammam Airport is the third largest airport in Saudi Arabia in terms of passenger movements. Since 2009, passenger throughput at the airport has grown at a CAGR of 10.7% to reach 9.68 mppa in 2016.  

Mr. Turki Abdullah Aljawini, DACO CEO, and Mr. Roy Toh, Director Traffic Development, visited our headquarters to see the progress of the project and to know more about our airport experience.

With this contract, Ineco is consolidating its position in the Middle East, where, in addition to participating in the development of high-speed rail between Mecca and Medina, we have also developed the Master Plan for Kuwait airport, the expansion of Fujairah airport and the ORAT at Abu Dhabi airport.