Jordan gets its state-of-the-art airport
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The opening of the new state-of-the-art terminal at Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Jordan witnesses a new chapter for travellers to the Levant.
The new terminal will position Amman as a key stop-over point and destination in the region for global traffic, opening new route expansion opportunities for medium and long-haul flights from Europe and the rest of the world. QAIA’s annual capacity is expected to increase by 6% per year for the next twenty five years increasing capacity from 3 million to 12.8 million passengers per year by 2030.
Thirty two airlines will operate out of the new terminal including British Airways, easyjet, Air France and Royal Jordanian. The new building is divided into three floors, one for departures and two for immigration and arrivals.