The Cape Town International Airport, which managed as much as 15 million passengers per annum, became the world s top airport in 1998 by service performance under his guidance.
What does MPPA stand for?
MPPA stands for million passengers per annum
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Able to carry 525 passengers in standard three-class configuration, and as many as 853 in all-economy mode, the A380 certainly has the credentials to boost throughput at the airport from the current 34 million passengers per annum, towards the 38 million that it is forecast to achieve by 2020.
Al Tayer said: "The Airport Tunnel is considered one of the key roads that serve the Dubai International Airport, particularly as the Civil Aviation Authority in Dubai has embarked on a massive expansion of the Dubai International Airport such that it will have the capacity to handle 110 million passengers per annum by 2020, knowing that the number of passengers in 2012 has touched 57 million passengers.
5 million passengers per annum and 80,000 metric tonnes cargo per annum.
5 million passengers per annum and a maximum capacity of seven million passengers per annum.
8 million passengers used Bristol Airport which has planning permission to development its facilities to handle 10 million passengers per annum by 2020.
TERMINAL The airport's 118,403sq ft (11,000m2) terminal can currently hold up to one million passengers per annum.
Both airports have a theoretical passenger through put of 70 million passengers per annum.