CAI was engaged by the General Authority of Civil Aviation in Saudi Arabia in 2008 to provide management services to King Fahd International Airport. CAI was tasked to transform, commercialise and corporatise the airport, and reverse its declining market share. The airport's successful transformation was recognised by the industry, and in regional and global media.
In 2010, CAI was engaged by Aeroporti di Roma to prepare a conceptual master plan for the long term development of Rome Fiumicino Airport up to the year 2044, that would create a capacity of 100 million passengers per annum.
CAI was engaged by Bangkok Airways Public Company Limited in 2015 to provide technical advisory services – to review the airport master plan, passenger flow and commercial layout – for the new Samui Airport. Following a traffic study, CAI identified facilities and improvements that the new airport would require to handle the projected increase in traffic over the next 20 years.
Secretariat of Economic Development (SEDE) of Minas Gerais appointed CAI in 2009 to develop the airport’s master plan, taking into consideration SEDE’s vision of an “Airport City” with TNIA as a major hub. CAI reviewed TNIA’s land use and facilities; air traffic forecast; economic, socio-political and regulatory frameworks; and engaged key stakeholders for the development of the master plan.
Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport is a new greenfield airport located in Durgapur in India’s West Bengal state. The airport is part of the Bengal Aerotropolis Project, which is India’s first aerotropolis project and its first privately owned merchant airport.
CAI was appointed in September 2010 as the owner-advisor to the Brunei Economic Development Board (BEDB), the government agency responsible expansion and transformation of the airport. The project's objectives include doubling the airport’s capacity from 1.5 million to 3.0 million passengers per year, and to transform and present a modern image of the airport to passengers, while expressing the unique culture of Brunei Darussalam.