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Basically just post airport reconstructions in your country

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Užice Ponikve Airport, Serbia
Quick history
Užice-Ponikve Airport was built in the period from 1979 to 1983 but until 1992 it hasn’t been actively used.
In the period 1996-1997, Jat Airways, then known as Jat Yugoslav Airlines, used the airport for some time as a domestic route (round line Užice-Belgrade-Tivat-Užice). Later the airline stoped service because there was not a large enough passenger load.
In 1999 it was badly bombed by NATO forces during the bombing of Yugoslavia. The airport now has a brighter future with construction/reconstruction, due to great potential of this region in tourism and high export performances of local companies.

Reconstruction (in progress)
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is investing 3.5 million Serbian Dinars in Užice-Ponikve Airport. This is one of the first steps to be taken by Belgrade Nikola Tesla within the project to change the use of Užice-Ponikve Airport from military into a civil one.
Planned funds will be invested in deactivation and destruction of seven remaining unexploded air bombs on the runway of Užice-Ponikve Airport.
As earlier agreed, Belgrade Nikola Tesla will provide financial and logistics support for reconstruction of Užice-Ponikve Airport in order to create conditions for civil air operations from Užice, as soon as possible. The runway at Užice-Ponikve is being extended so aircrafts can safely land. It is the second longest runway in Serbia and Montenegro. The airport is opening on May 17th 2006.

Service
The management of Užice-Ponikve Airport announced that they are in talks with low cost, scheduled and chartered airlines.
Scheduled service:
Jat Airways (Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport – special flight May 17th 2006)
 

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Kraljevo-Lađevci Airport, Serbia

Quick history
During the NATO Bombings of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in 1999, the airport was badly destroyed. The airport is going to be reconstructed as seen below.

The reconstruction
Kraljevo-Lađevci Airport hopes to finish construction of its terminal in 2006 so it can be open for public and the much more important cargo flights.
The government of Serbia and Montenegro will give 3,5 million euros for the construction of a control tower which is the first phase of preparing the airport for air service. This has to be done so large aircrafts can safely land in Kraljevo. The runway will also be extended.
 

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Zrenjanin Airport, Serbia

Quick history
The Germans built the airport(concrete runway destroyed by JNA 1948) in 1942 during the occupation of the Banat region (where Zrenjanin is located). The airport was used for Germans to carry military attacks on Serbia during World War 2. After the war the region and the airport was handed back to the Serbs.

Total airport reconstruction (in progress)
Phase 1 (mostly complete)
Airport Ečka near Zrenjanin near the highway leading to Belgrade is registered as a sports and trade airport. Because Zrenjanin Airport is 80 metres above sea level experts say it is the most ideal place for an airport in the Balkans. Building the airport is a strategic investment. The first phase is to build an asphalt runway long 1,100 metres and wide 60m, a hanger and a terminal and aircraft parking area. However, the work is still not over. A control tower will be built (within phase 1) and a couple of other jobs. For this 650,000 Euros is needed, which Zrenjanin council says will be arranged. Therefore Airport Ečka will get the status of an International Airport. It will be able to hold 20 aircrafts at a time.

Phase 2
When airport Ečka gets the license of an International Airport next year it will beat even Novi Sad Čenej Airport (Novi Sad is the capital and largest city of Northern Serbia. When these things are complete(3 million Euros reconstruction of old concrete runway parallel with grass runway) passenger and cargo aircrafts will be able to land safely at the airport.
 

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In Greece there is so much going on, Its just never publisized here. Maybe I should stop being so lazy and show of some more!! :D

Thessaloniki New state of the art Airport:



New Ionnion terminal:
Just a small terminal for the islands:


Greece is still u/c kiddies! Dont be fooled.
 

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^^ that airport looks great
 

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New Ankara airport and Kiev look just fantastic!!! Very modern and huge!!! Really beautiful! And here are new terminals at Vnukovo Apt. and Sheremetyevo Apt. that r under construction in Moscow.
Total floor space: 201,000 square meters
Passenger capacity: 7800 pax. per hour, adding up to 18-20 million to be served annually.
Architect: Moscow Committee for Architecture, Messrs. Obermeyer Consult of Germany, and the Mosproject-4 Studio. Approved by the Mayoral Community Board of the City of Moscow.
Developer: Messrs. Obermeyer Planen.
Investment volume: up to 1,3 billion US dollars.
http://www.vnukovo.ru/







Unfortunately too small render on Sheremetyevo 3 new terminal. It will have 6 floors.Total floor space: 170,000 square meters. Passenger capacity: 3800 pax. per hour
 

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Užice Ponikve Airport, Serbia
Quick history
Užice-Ponikve Airport was built in the period from 1979 to 1983 but until 1992 it hasn’t been actively used.
In the period 1996-1997, Jat Airways, then known as Jat Yugoslav Airlines, used the airport for some time as a domestic route (round line Užice-Belgrade-Tivat-Užice). Later the airline stoped service because there was not a large enough passenger load.
In 1999 it was badly bombed by NATO forces during the bombing of Yugoslavia. The airport now has a brighter future with construction/reconstruction, due to great potential of this region in tourism and high export performances of local companies.

Reconstruction (in progress)
Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is investing 3.5 million Serbian Dinars in Užice-Ponikve Airport. This is one of the first steps to be taken by Belgrade Nikola Tesla within the project to change the use of Užice-Ponikve Airport from military into a civil one.
Planned funds will be invested in deactivation and destruction of seven remaining unexploded air bombs on the runway of Užice-Ponikve Airport.
As earlier agreed, Belgrade Nikola Tesla will provide financial and logistics support for reconstruction of Užice-Ponikve Airport in order to create conditions for civil air operations from Užice, as soon as possible. The runway at Užice-Ponikve is being extended so aircrafts can safely land. It is the second longest runway in Serbia and Montenegro. The airport is opening on May 17th 2006.

Service
The management of Užice-Ponikve Airport announced that they are in talks with low cost, scheduled and chartered airlines.
Scheduled service:
Jat Airways (Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport – special flight May 17th 2006)
Hooray!

By the way...
Not that it matters or anything, but I am proud that my little jpeg has become popular.
 

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Ankara looks great and Vnukovo project as well.

Here is something much smaller, Pardubice airport terminal project (Pardubice is city in Czechia with population about 100 000) including three huge airdocks
for varnishing planes a repairing engines.



 

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Krytan said:
Hooray!

By the way...


Not that it matters or anything, but I am proud that my little jpeg has become popular.
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Vilnius airport expansion with new terminal for passengers of non-Shengen country's, new tram line and new railroad station with direct connection to Kaunas airport, investment ~250 mln euro

 

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Kuvvaci said:
^^ if it will be built , it will be a wonderful airport. wonderful design :eek:kay:
By the way Sheremetyevo new terminal is being built by turkish ENKA. And i might say, turks r one of the best builders!!! Very quick and with good quality, they build too much buildings here. Also they build a complex of highrises in Moscow now and participate in building a 432 m skyscraper Federation Complex. U can look some fresh pics here:http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=333577&page=13&pp=20
 
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