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    Extension of Tabuk airport

    CLIENT: General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA)

    SERVICES: Analysis of capacity and demand, Options study, Production information

    YEAR: 2016

    COUNTRY: Saudi Arabia

    In 2011 the new Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Airport began to operate commercial flights. The Tabuk airport is located within a commercial area of a farming city, in the north of Saudi Arabia. Having a military base next to it, the construction of the airport intended to be in keeping with the great investment and the continuous and rapid urban development of the Tabuk area.

    The significant increase of domestic and international flights in recent years have called for a review of the estimations gathered in the existing Master Plan, which included the required actions to cover airport services until 2041.

    IDOM, as an airport expert, along with the Saudi companies IMAR and GACA, is in charge of developing the projects for the extension of the entire airport, which includes the Terminal Building, the Cargo Terminal, the platform, the taxiways, car parks and entrances and infrastructures, as well as other auxiliary buildings.

    Architecture - ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN