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Greece’s privatization fund (TAIPED) announced it received three binding offers from three consortia granting rights to use, operate, manage and exploit 14 regional airports.

The consortia that submitted offers are CASA (Corporation America S.A.) with METKA, Fraport AG with Slentel Ltd and Vinci Airports SAS with ΑΚΤOR Concessions.

The 14 airports are divided in two groups:
– Group A includes the airports of Thessaloniki, Corfu, Chania, Cephallonia, Zakynthos, Aktion, Kavala
– Group B includes the airports of Rhodes, Kos, Samos, Mytilini, Mykonos, Santorini and Skiathos

The next stage in the tender process is the review of the technical offers and the legal documentation.

After the recommendation of the project advisors, TAIPED’s board of directors will approve the consortia that will proceed to the next stage of the tender and unseal their financial offers.

The award decision is expected to be completed within November.

The post Privatization Bids For Greek Airports appeared first on The National Herald.

Source: The National Herald
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