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Colombia has received no offers for its 286bn-peso (US$132mn) concession tender of a group of three airports, local paper La República reported vice president Germán Vargas as saying.
The tender to revamp, operate and maintain Neiva (estimated 75bn-peso investment), Armenia (135bn pesos) and Popayán (76bn pesos) airports is expected to be called again in another eight days, he said.
The bids were submitted by Consortium Aeropuertos Colombia SPV – comprising companies Valorcon, Equipo Universal and Inversiones Millenium Azipo – and Consortium Estructura Plural Pavimentos Colombia y Graña y Montero, comprising Pavimentos Colombia SAS and Graña y Montero (Peru).
Barranquilla's airport currently handles around 2.1mn passengers a year, while the three other airports together handle about 1mn.
The concession plans would allow for a 3.35mn increase in passenger traffic, according to studies from Aertec Solutions.