The publicly owned company that runs Spain’s airports, Aena, has just put up for bid a contract to carry out work at Granada Airport.
The contract is worth 3.9m euros and consists of renovating and extending the airport building. Companies interested in bidding have until the 14th of October to enter their bid.
The Aeropuerto Federico García Lorca (FGL) Granada-Jaén terminal will see an extra 1,185 sq/m added to it, mainly in the embarking area at the eastern end: a new passport control, new public toilets incorporating anti-Covid measures and increased space for the filtering-in space in the security area.
The aim of the project is to “improve the quality of the service offered to users” as well as modernise the installations.
(News: Vega, Granada, Andalucia)