Imam Khomeini Airport City expanded with 8 development projects

July 28, 2018 - 8:57

TEHRAN – Eight development projects were inaugurated at Iran’s Imam Khomeini Airport City (IKAC) on Thursday to further expand the capital city’s primary international airport, IRIB reported.

Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi and some of the country’s aviation officials attended the inauguration ceremony.

These projects include construction of an urban fire station, and an administrative office building for the security department, as well as developing the Terminal One section, the passenger apron and cargo apron and the event venue and etc.

During the past Iranian calendar year (which ended on March 20), Imam Khomeini Airport City Company signed investment deals worth 12 trillion rials (about $275 million) with the private sector for development of the IKAC.

Imam Khomeini International Airport, known as IKIA, is the main international airport of Iran, located 30 kilometers southwest of the city of Tehran.


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