Russia's Moscow Domodedovo International Airport stated it plans to invest USD3.9 billion over the next 10 years, with plans to construct a third runway, a renovated landing apron, expanded terminal facilities, hotels and upgraded rail and road links, according to a Moscow Times report. Work on the USD807 million airport apron renovation will commence in 2012, and will take five years to complete. Work on the third runway is set to commence in 1Q2012 and will be completed by the end of 2016.
Moscow Domodedovo to invest USD3.9bn to expand over next 10 years
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