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Sunday, 15 September 2019

Cairo Airport is in the process of establishing Terminal 4

Could Cairo Int’l Airport be getting a Terminal 4? The Cairo Airport Company is carrying out studies to establish a fourth passenger terminal at Cairo International Airport in an effort to reduce traffic in the other three terminals, said company chairman Ahmed Fawzi, according to a statement by the Civil Aviation Ministry. Cairo International Airport is nearing 75% of its capacity, which necessitates looking at a possible expansion, he added. The move comes as the ministry has been focusing over the last two years to bolster its airport capacity just as tourism has been rebounding. Trial operations at the new administrative capital’s Capital International Airport began in July, while Sphinx International Airport in Giza had begun its soft launch last year.

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