Antwerp International Airport will see its renovation begin this year. Operator French engineering group Egis plans to build a new departure hall instead of the one existing in the airport building. Its space will reach 3,000 sq m, with  capacity increasing to handle up to 2 million passengers per year, from the current 300,000. Egis anticipates launch of the new terminal in the next five years, according to Antwerp airport CEO Marcel Buelens. The new hall is estimated to cost ...

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