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Abu Dhabi Airport Expansion

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sarah alromaithi

on 19 November 2015

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Transcript of Abu Dhabi Airport Expansion

Done By: Sara AlRomaithi, Mariam AlNeyadi, Hamda Abdulla,Meera Suhail
Abu Dhabi Airport Expansion
Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC), the new gateway to Abu Dhabi is targeted to open on July 17,2017. The Midfield Terminal will take Abu Dhabi International's current capacity from 17.5 million passengers a year up to 55 million. Officials added that the whole project is on track to be 70 percent completed by the end of this year.
Midfield Terminal Complex
The Midfield Terminal building can achieve and maintain a reduction in water consumption by 45%.
A minimum of 75% of construction waste will be diverted from landfills during the construction phase.
In addition to recycled materials, using regional materials has reduced the use of fossil fuels for the MTC construction by reducing transportation needs.
By 2020 Etihad plans to have more than 160 aircrafts and nine fleet types that include 10 Airbus A380s and 41 Boeing 787 Dream liners.
Also Ali Majed Al Mansoori, the chairman of Abu Dhabi Airports, said "We plan to have a museum in the airport to show the Abu Dhabi culture to passengers passing through Abu Dhabi".
Future Plans
Abu Dhabi International Airport's current focus is the development of the infrasture network including roads, utilities and delivering the capacity enhancement program (CEP), which includes upgrading works on our existing terminal to accommodate the rapid increasing passenge demand before MTC is completed.
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