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Dammam Airports Company set to participate in Airport Show

Posted 8 May 2018 · Add Comment

Dammam Airports Company (DACO) is set to participate in the 18th edition of Airport Show taking place in Dubai, UAE, from 7-9 May 2018.

 

With the goal of enhancing King Fahd International Airport’s (KFIA) operational efficiencies and overall capacity, DACO was established in July 2017 to corporatize the management of the airport, as part of the Saudi Vision 2030’s Privatization Program.

During the Airport Show, DACO will announce key updates regarding the 30-year master plan, which is being developed as part of a strategic program to operate the airport and its facilities. DACO will also announce the signing of two agreements with global companies for KFIA development, additionally, other projects will be initiated as well under a dedicated infrastructure modernization program that aims to improve KFIA’s infrastructure. 

Turki Abdullah Al-Jawini, Chief Executive Officer of Dammam Airports Company, said: “Since the establishment of Dammam Airports Company (DACO) in 2017, we have been working on a number of development plans over the past ten months, and many of these are already in the implementation phase. We are pleased to showcase our development projects at Dubai Airport Show, an excellent platform to enhance awareness about our operations, highlight our progress at KFIA to date, and explore new opportunities with the region’s leading aviation players.”

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