Construction Review Online
Construction of new Luanda International Airport in Angola has been re-launched. Minister of Transport, Ricardo de Abreu said the project is set to officially resume works.
Construction of the New International Airport in the northern Bengo municipality of the Luanda province, begun in 2007 in an area of 43 hectares and the first phase was delivered in 2012. However, in 2017 the construction works came to a standstill following the termination of the contract with then contractor China International Fund (CIF).