MOROCCO’S FEZ AIRPORT EXPANDS WITH NEW TERMINAL

Morocco’s Fez airport (Fès–Saïs Airport) has opened a new terminal, being inaugurated last May (2017) by King Mohammed VI, enabling it to increase its capacity to 2.5 million passengers per year. The number of passengers passing through the airport has more than tripled in less than 10 years, from 228,399 passengers in 2006 to 892,974 in 2016, so the expansion will allow the airport to manage growing volumes for years to come. The project cost Moroccan Dirhams MAD 471 million (USD51 million), with MAD174 million (USD19 million) supplied by the ...


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