MALAGA AIRPORT’S new terminal three will finally be dry, after Aena confirmed they had awarded the job of repairing the leaking roof to Constructia Obras ING.
The last 12 months have seen many complaints from wet customers and staff alike. The poor state of the roofing system, which sprang leaks whenever it rained, caused airport authority AENA to demand an explanation from the builder Ferrovial and Sando.
Once the full report and findings were submitted, Aena immediately handed the repairs contract, worth over €900,000, to the company Constructia Obras ING to complete.
Aena say that the dripping water, which not only affected the passenger area but the offices as well, is a priority matter due to the fact that the passenger figures at Malaga have just risen by 9.5 per cent, which now ranks it as Spain’s third major airport behind Barcelona’s El Prat, and Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez.