Jordan to issue bids for airport project

2018-05-28T15:08:38+00:00 July 5th, 2017|Industry News|

Jordan has invited bids to convert its Amman chartered and VIP airport into a regular passenger airport, as part of plans to ease growing air traffic in the kingdom, a newspaper in the Arab country reported on Wednesday.

The cabinet has approved the project to turn the airport in the Marka district, nearly five kilometres Northeast of Amman city centre, into a full international passenger airport, the Arabic language daily Al-Rai said, quoting an unnamed government source.

It said the project would be offered to investors on a BOT (build-operate-transfer) basis and it involves the building of a new passenger terminal, expansion of runways, and other construction works.

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