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Tis series provides an overview o successul public-private partnerships in various inrastructure sectors,where IFC was the lead advisor.Tis version refects updated results collected through a ormal project post-completion monitoring review.
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The millions of religious pilgrims who visit Makkah and Madinahevery year are experiencing better quality services at the HajjTerminal at Jeddah’s King Abdulaziz International Airport as aresult of a concessions awarded by the General Authority of CivilAviation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (GACA) to expand andmodernize the terminal facilities. The concession agreement wassigned in December 2006, the construction was completed inSeptember 2010, and the terminal is now fully operational.
Saudi Arabia:Hajj Airport Terminal
A consortium led by the Saudi Binladin Group in association with Aéroports deParis Management won the 20-year build-transer-operate concession or the HajjTerminal in Jeddah. The consortium has invested $249 million in a new terminal hasthe capacity to process 3,800 arriving passengers and 3,500 departing passengers perhour, which meets the level “C” service standard rom the International Air TransportAssociation (“IATA”) or peak operations.