Airport World
Joe Bates

Fraport TAV Antalya has extended its concession to operate Antalya Airport in Turkey until 2051 after offering the highest bid in the tender and pledging to invest €765 million on upgrading the gateway to allow it to handle up to 80 million passengers per annum.

It bid €7.25 billion for the concession rights to operate the airport between January 2027 and December 2051. A quarter of this sum will be paid upfront to the Turkish State Airports Authority (DHMI).

Vnukovo-INTEKAR Yapı JV participated to the tender alongside TAV-Fraport JV.

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