Aberdeen Airport to create 1,100 jobs
2 April 2012
The Scottish airport is planning a £100 million redevelopment with over one thousand jobs created.
The purpose of the development plan is to increase passenger numbers by 40% by 2040, after Aberdeen Airport was deemed to be the fastest growing airport in the UK last year.
The plans, which will now go for consultation, could create 1,100 jobs.
Derek Provan, managing director, Aberdeen Airport, says: “Given the extent of the downturn, and the impact on air passenger demand across the world, it is only sensible that we take stock and refresh our long-term forecasts to reflect the changed business landscape. This draft master contains a series of revised forecasts for growth, which we believe are realistic, sustainable and achievable.”
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