Minsk Airport terminal completed

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According to a report by Belarusian News, the reconstruction of the main terminal at Minsk National Airport in Belarus has been completed. The deputy prime minister of Belarus Anatoly Kalinin made the announcement following a visit to the airport on December 30, 2014.

Kalinin said, “With the second phase finished, we have completed the reconstruction of the air terminal at Minsk National Airport. The reconstruction has added over 6,561ft2 of space, has enabled more comfortable conditions for passengers and better working conditions for the border service and the customs service.

“The contractor and Belarusian construction companies honored their commitments and have produced results that will satisfy even the most exacting passengers.”

Minsk Airport is the busiest in the country serving 2.6 million passengers in 2014. The report claims that up to BYR720bn (US$65m) had been spent on completing the project.

To read more from the report by Belarusian News click here.

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