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The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. 100 million investment in Macedonia by putting into use a new interchange for airport "Alexander the Great". The interchange investment was worth EUR 2,2 million, of which TAV provided EUR 1,5 million, whereas the remaining were allocated by the Government. Skopje-based reconstructed airport, "Alexander the Great" was put into use in September 2011. The airport is ten times bigger than the previous one with a capacity to provide service for four million passengers per year.
TAV Airports, which took over the Skopje Airport Skopje Airport / Alexander the Great Airport (IATA: SKP, ICAO: LWSK) (Macedonian: Аеродром Скопје, in March 2010 to manage it in the next 20 years (till March 2030), has invested 100 million euros. Construction works lasted for 18 months.
By adding a new terminal building of 4.000 square meters with six passenger boarding bridges, TAV Airports has increased capacity to 4 million passengers, expanded the runway, as well as the cargo sector and parking space. A cargo hanger with a capacity of 40.000 tons a year, new firefighting station, an administration building boasting 5.000 square meters, parking lot for 1.300 vehicles, 23 check-in counters were constructed, while the existing runway has been expanded for 500 meters.
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Minister of Transport and Communications Mile Janakieski stressed the number of passengers at the Skopje-based airport vastly increased in 2011, whereas the trend has resumed this year.