American technology is helping an Odesa contractor meet a December deadline to rebuild Odesa Airport’s 2,800 meter concrete runway
Wednesday, July 25, 2018

American technology is helping an Odesa contractor meet a December deadline to rebuild Odesa Airport’s 2,800 meter concrete runway

American technology is helping an Odesa contractor meet a December deadline to rebuild Odesa Airport’s 2,800 meter concrete runway, Minister Omelyan told the US-Ukraine Business Council. This week, the contractor, Pivdennyi Magistral, starts using the new American equipment, fitted to lay 7.5 meter-wide lanes of concrete. Rebuilding the Soviet-era runway is key to attracting new flights and new carriers to Odesa, Southern Ukraine’s largest airport. Banking on a new runway, Wizz Air and Ryanair are considering starting flights to Odesa next year.

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