Aruba: Start of reconstruction and expansion of Queen Beatrix International Airport

Aruba Airport Authority NV (AAA) grants a design contract to NACO, Netherlands Airport Consultants, Royal HaskoningDHV, for the reconstruction and expansion of the Queen Beatrix International Airport, which is currently at its maximum capacity, handling a passenger jet of 2.6 million per annum. The project has the capacity of the airport and the world map as a modern airport, offering US Preclearance. The project is around $ 200 million dollars and construction will take place in 2018.

NACO gave it a general design and development service for its expansion and reconstruction plan. As a principal advisor and organization, we guide and process the design and process of the project, which will make it even more important to give us more time. The project, Gateway 2030, has seen an important growth in the capacity of the airport since 2000. Currently, the airport is at its maximum capacity. E flow of passengers to nearly triple the number of passengers, while the airport is the premiere for the last year in the Routes Americas 2016 and Airport Service Quality 2016.

As a result of this project, it is also advantageous to have 3 more aircraft carriers and two additional additional buses as well as to operate a more direct flight from the mainland and from the plane. There is also a larger selection of store and place to eat and drink, more space for the circus and another service.

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