Chinese company Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Corporation (AFECC) Wednesday provisionally delivered the new domestic terminal of Maputo international Airport to state airport management company Empresa de Aeroportos de Moçambique (AdM), Mozambican daily newspaper Notícias reported.
Cited by the newspaper, the project’s director, Acácio Tuendue, said that the provisional delivery marked the conclusion of work on the terminal, following 20 months of work that began with demolishing the old passenger terminal.
The new terminal has two rooms capable of processing 580 passengers per hour, with 14 check in desks, as well as a retail area.
The new terminal costUS$36 million, and Tuendue said that under the terms of its contract AFECC had to repair any anomaly found within the next year, and in the next five years for any problem with the roof. (macauhub)