Vienna International Airport continues to face challenges as construction costs for its new Terminal SkyLink have skyrocketed at the same time that passenger traffic is falling. Airport officials are going back to the drawing board to review existing contracts in an effort to cut costs on the 450-m.-long facility. Construction work was halted on June 30. VIE CEO Herbert Kaufmann told Austrian media that all construction contracts will have to be reworked by Sept. 30 in hopes of reducing ...

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