Project Insight – Airport Construction Projects: Middle East and Africa
The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights based on almost 120 CIC projects in the Middle East and Africa for 45 countries.
The report provides detailed metrics on the region's airport construction projects (as tracked by CIC) split by country, type and value.
Detailed metrics are also provided for the top 10 countries.
Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center (CIC) is currently tracking airport construction projects in the MEA with a total value of US$163.5 billion, which comprises projects from the announced to execution stages.
The top 10 countries (in terms of the value of their project pipelines) account for 83% of the total value of airport construction projects in the region, with a total of US$135.6 billion. These are, in order of project value, the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Iraq, Angola, Iran, Ethiopia, Libya and Benin.
The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing total project values for the Middle East and Africa and analysis by stage and funding for the top 10 countries. Top project listings and top participants for the sector are also shown.
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Projects at the execution stage have a total value of US$118.9 billion, while those in the planning stage total US$28.4 billion.
Projects in the pre-execution stage amount to US$15.5 billion, followed by projects at the pre-planning stage (announced and study phase) with US$680 million.
The UAE leads airport project investment in the region, with US$52.2 billion, followed by Qatar with US$23.0 billion and Saudi Arabia with US$17.8 billion.