Plan to build passenger terminal worth 2 million euros at Liepāja Airport

There are plans to build a new passenger terminal at Liepāja Airport, which could cost around two million euros, said Gints Ginters, Head of the Business Development Department of the Liepāja Special Economic Zone (SEZ), reported LSM's Latvian service on June 25.

He said that the passenger terminal needs to be built to provide a modern and convenient passenger and luggage service for the current Latvian national airline “airBaltic” flight, as well as planned future schedules and charter flights.

There are plans to build a new passenger terminal at Liepāja Airport, which could cost around two million euros, said Gints Ginters, Head of the Business Development Department of the Liepāja Special Economic Zone (SEZ), reported LSM's Latvian service on June 25.

He said that the passenger terminal needs to be built to provide a modern and convenient passenger and luggage service for the current Latvian national airline “airBaltic” flight, as well as planned future schedules and charter flights.

There are plans to build a new passenger terminal at Liepāja Airport, which could cost around two million euros, said Gints Ginters, Head of the Business Development Department of the Liepāja Special Economic Zone (SEZ), reported LSM's Latvian service on June 25.

He said that the passenger terminal needs to be built to provide a modern and convenient passenger and luggage service for the current Latvian national airline “airBaltic” flight, as well as planned future schedules and charter flights.

There are plans to build a new passenger terminal at Liepāja Airport, which could cost around two million euros, said Gints Ginters, Head of the Business Development Department of the Liepāja Special Economic Zone (SEZ), reported LSM's Latvian service on June 25.

He said that the passenger terminal needs to be built to provide a modern and convenient passenger and luggage service for the current Latvian national airline “airBaltic” flight, as well as planned future schedules and charter flights.

There are plans to build a new passenger terminal at Liepāja Airport, which could cost around two million euro, said Gints Ginters, Head of the Business Development Department of the Liepāja Special Economic Zone (SEZ), reported LSM's Latvian service on June 25.

He said that the passenger terminal needs to be built to provide a modern and convenient passenger and luggage service for the current Latvian national airline “airBaltic” flight, as well as planned future schedules and charter flights.

“The terminal is one of the prerequisites for us to continue negotiations with such airlines as “Ryanair”, “Wizz Air”, “Norwegian”, and others whose fleet consists of larger aircrafts,” said Ginters, pointing out that the likely cost of the terminal would be around two million euro.

He added that “airBaltic” plans to move in the future to "Airbuss A220-300", for which the current terminal is too small. 

Ginters noted that the terminal is planned to be built as a passive building, because the Liepāja Airport cares about green thinking and a sustainable approach to designing the space.

He also mentioned that investors are designing an hangar in the airpot, where an aircraft repair business could be developed. “After completing the design and settling all the formalities the investor plans to start building. We hope that the construction of the hangar will begin in 2020. According to the information we've received from the investor, the approximate cost would be around 10 million euro,” said Ginters. 

"Aviasabiedrība Liepāja", established in 1993, has a capital stock of 1,016 million, according to the information on “Firmas.lv”. The company's turnover was 62 510 euro in 2018, which is 69,7 % more than the year before that, whereas the company's profit was 7218 euro as opposed to losses last year. The company belongs to the Liepāja City Council.

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