The airport of Fès, in northern Morocco, has adopted new infrastructure to facilitate the arrival of new airlines and a greater number of connections. In detail, it has been built the new terminal 2, an area of 17,000 square meters, and the renovated Terminal 1. The airport currently has a total area of 22,600 square meters, can handle an annual traffic of 2,5 million passengers. The extension works have included new hangar to accommodate a larger number of devices and expanded parking lots for the cars of travelers. The construction of the new terminal required an investment of 479 million dirhams (42.8 million Euros), funded by the National Office of Airports and the African Development Bank. According to data from branched ONDA, the airport of Fez is compliant with standards set by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and is ISO 9001 and 14001.


Source: medNews