Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Project to Issue Airport Terminal Package Soon

The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC), the developer of Saudi luxury tourism destination The Red Sea Project, plans to release a major package for the terminal buildings of its upcoming international airport, its CEO John Pagano told Zawya in an exclusive interview.

“We have some big packages coming out over the next few months including the terminal buildings for the airport. We have already started construction on the airside, runways, taxiways, aprons etc. In fact, we have already started paving the actual runway. The airport will open by the end of 2022,” Pagano said.

In July 2020, the Saudi joint-venture of Nesma & Partners and Almabani won the contract for the construction of the runways, aprons, taxiways, helipads, roads, and navigation aids.

He disclosed that the Coral Bloom master plan, which was announced in February 2021, will be coming to market in the latter part of 2021. The master plan, which hosts the majority of the 16 hotels that form part of Phase 1 of The Red Sea Project, will be built on Shurayrah Island.

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