At a ceremony held in the capital of the Netherlands, the Spanish-Dutch consortium KL AIR, made up of Ineco and Estudio Lamela, with KAAN Architecten and ABT, with the support of Arnout Meijer Studio, DGMR and PlaneGround, signed the contract for the international tender to design the new terminal at the Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport. The new terminal, which will be completed in 2023, together with a new boarding area, will enable the airport to handle up to 14 million more passengers a year, to help it to maintain its position as a European hub. Ineco will also carry out the preliminary design for the automated baggage handling system, one of the project’s most complex challenges.

María Sánchez-Palomo, General Director of Operations; Miguel de Bernardo, Senior Technical Manager for Infrastructure Planning and Exploitation; and Juan Salañer, Business Director for Europe and North America, represented the company at the signing of the contract.