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Birmingham Airport is to build a new £10m control tower by 2013.
Birmingham Airport is to invest £13m in a new facility to merge two existing terminals, in order to improve passenger flows.
Birmingham Airport is looking to convert its two terminal buildings into one, as part of a strategy to expand its retail facilities and double passenger numbers to 20m over the next ten years.
Birmingham International Airport has won approval from Solihull Council for the £130m extension of its runway, in order to attract larger aircraft.
Birmingham International Airport has announced plans for a £1.5bn expansion programme, including a second runway and a third terminal, in order to handle 33m passengers a year by 2030.
Birmingham International Airport is expected to unveil draft expansion plans later this year, in order to provide capacity for almost 35m passengers per year.
Birmingham International Airport has announced that 150 new jobs are being created by the companies that operate the site's hotels, shops, food outlets and maintenance facilities.
Birmingham International Airport has announced plans to build a £10m air-rail shuttle by the end of 2002, in order to reduce travel time between the terminal and railway station from 13 minutes to two.
Birmingham International Airport has unveiled plans for a £29m steel and glass departure lounge complex, as part of a £260m expansion project aimed at handling 10m passengers a year by 2005.
Birmingham International Airport has become the country's first airport to open a car showroom, and it will be operated by Saab of Great Britain.
Birmingham International Airport has won approval to build a £30m public transport interchange next to Birmingham International railway station, as part of a consortium with the NEC, Railtrack and Virgin Trains.