Kuwait International Airport’s new terminal will provide 15,000 job opportunities to young Kuwaiti nationals, According to KUNA reports.
05 September 2021, 12:00 AM
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The construction of the first phase out of three for Terminal 2 reached 54 percent in August, Minister of Public Works Rana Al-Fares, who doubles as Minister of State for Communications and Information Technology Affairs, told KUNA.
She also said that Kuwait International Airport’s new terminal will provide 15,000 job opportunities to young Kuwaiti nationals.
The minister described T2 as a facility that will provide a major boost to aviation services in the country, in line with international standards.
The massive project is being built in accordance with ‘green building standards’, a certification proving its conformity to environmentally-friendly practices, leadership in recycling and classification as one of the most sustainable buildings in the world, she added.
“We plan to take the project to a grade A ranking in terms of services by the International Air Transport Association (IATA),” said the minister.
Upon completion, the terminal will contain 5,000 car parks, with a capacity to receive 25 million passengers annually. It will also feature 30 fixed bridges to accommodate 51 aircraft simultaneously, in addition to a modern hotel in the transit area, she pointed out.(KUNA)