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Bamako-Senou International Airport, Mali

Bamako-Senou international airport is the biggest airport in Mali. It is located 13km south of Bamako, the capital city. The airport was opened in 1974 and is operated by Aéroports du Mali (ADM). The airport has a single runway (06/24), which is 3,180m long and paved with asphalt. The airport ...

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Borg El Arab Airport, Alexandria, Egypt

Modernisation plans are underway at Borg El Arab Airport in Alexandria, Eygpt, with financial assistance of EGP309m from the Japanese Government. The project, which involved extending the airport’s passenger and cargo terminals, was completed in October 2010. Following the upgrade, Borg El Arab replaced El Nouzha as Alexandria’s main airport. ...

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Bahrain International Airport Expansion, Bahrain

Located in the northern Gulf, Bahrain International Airport is one of the Middle East’s key hub airports. In recent years, the airport witnessed a spurt in passenger growth. To cater for the increasing demand, the airport undertook a BD126m expansion programme in 2006. The expansion included the reconstruction of the ...

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Astana International Airport (TSE), Kazakhstan

Astana is the new capital city of Kazakhstan. It was developed rapidly during the later half of the 1990s and took on the status of ‘Capital’ in 1997. This was done because Astana was more centrally located than the previous capital, Almaty, and considerably less prone to seismic activity. The ...

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Bangalore International Airport, India

The New Bengaluru (Bangalore) International Airport, built on the city outskirts began operations on the night of 23 of May 2008, after delays in air traffic control services set forward the original planned opening date of 30 March 2008. The airport, which replaced the old HAL Bangalore International Airport is ...

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Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG/LFPG), France

Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport in Roissy, north of Paris, is undergoing expansion, while recovering from the tragic events of May 2004 when part of the roof of Terminal 2E – the most recent expansion project at the time which opened in June 2003 – collapsed, killing four people and ...

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