Turkish firm to build terminal in Amsterdam airport

Terminal enlargement works in Dutch capital's main Schiphol Airport to be completed in 2019

Turkish firm to build terminal in Amsterdam airport

By Jeyhun Aliyev


A subsidiary company for the Turkish contractor Ronesans Holding will construct an additional terminal building for Amsterdam's main Schiphol Airport, the company said Thursday.

The Amsterdam-based Ballast Nedam will build a new pier, gatehouses and the surrounding aircraft stands.

The new 55,000-square-meter terminal building is planned to be completed in 2019.

It will be fitted with 5,000-square-meter solar panels.

The three-story terminal building will have security and customs control points, stores and food court.

The new extension building is expected to be used by international passengers.

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