TAIPED, Greece ’s privatization fund, announced Friday that it had received three offers from consortia seeking rights to use, operate and manage 14 Greek regional airports.
The three consortia that submitted offers were Corporation America S.A. in cooperation with METKA, Fraport AG in cooperation with Slentel Ltd and Vinci Airports SAS in cooperation with ΑΚΤOR Concessions.
The 14 airports are divided into two groups:
– “Group A” includes the airports of Thessaloniki, Corfu, Chania, Cephallonia, Zakynthos, Aktion and 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 their legal documentation.
Following recommendations submitted by its project advisors, TAIPED’s board of directors will approve the consortia that will proceed to the next stage of the tender. Financial offers will then be tabled.
Final decisions are expected to be awarded by mid-November.
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