According to figures published by The International Air Transport Association (IATA), prospects improved for European airline carriers towards the end of September compared to the June forecast, which is welcome news in such a difficult financial climate hinting at a brighter 2011 on the horizon for airport contractors and companies specialising in the refurbishment of airport facilities.
The industry has been hard hit by the economic crisis over the past 3 years, seeing consumer confidence wavering significantly in both the consumption of air transport, and also the approval of airport Landscape Design Jakarta and renovation projects. Despite this however, the loss of value of the Pound Stirling as well as other European currencies has arguably benefitted the industry as whole, promoting exports and air transit for cargo.
With investment pouring in for airport renovations and expansions in airport facilities for contractors in India and particularly in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries such as UAE and Qatar, the international market for airport Small Home Builders Near Me work certainly is not lacking upon closer inspection.
This month has seen some promising announcements following the bad start to the year for UK airport contractors after the announcement by government that there would be no future for Heathrow’s third runway, with Stewart Wingate, CEO of Gatwick Airport unveiling plans for a A�53 million redevelopment of the Gatwick Airport railway station. Due to begin in late 2011, for completion in 2013, the project is hoped to improve rail services for customers travelling to and from the airport by reducing delays, and improving reliability and accessibility on the service. With Stewart’s further comment that this is only part of a larger redevelopment of services and airport facilities in Gatwick, the announcement is welcome indeed for airport contractors and construction workers.

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