Bahrain International Airport entrance roads 81% complete

Works Minister reviews progress on two-phase project that is due to be opened in the last quarter of 2019

Entrance roads are being built near Bahrain International Airport.
Entrance roads are being built near Bahrain International Airport.

Minister of Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning, Essam Abdulla Khalaf, has inspected a road revamp project at Bahrain International Airport, which his ministry is implementing alongside the kingdom’s Ministry of Transportation.

Khalaf said construction work on the airport’s entrances is 81% complete, with Phase 1 noting 96% completion.

Minor works are to be completed on Phase 1 by mid-August, Bahrain's state news agency, BNA, reported. 

Phase 2 of the project – divided into various steps to ensure smooth traffic flow at and around Bahrain International Airport – is 71% complete.

The road project will be inaugurated in the last quarter of 2019 to coincide with the launch of Bahrain International Airport’s new passenger terminal building.

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