Work to begin on new passenger terminals at Benghazi and Misrata airports

Benghazi, 16 December:

Deputy Prime Minister Awad Barasi laid the first stone of a new passenger terminal at Benghazi airport on Saturday.

The project is being undertaken along with with a similar terminal at Misrata, at a combined estimated cost of LD 60 million, signed off by the Ministry of Transport.

The company charged with carrying out the construction work is Korea’s Nemo Partners, which stepped in after a pre-revolution project to build a new passenger terminal at Benghazi stalled and has yet to be resurrected.

The project is expected to take 12-18 months to . . .

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