Colombia gets no offers for airport group concession

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Friday, November 28, 2014

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.

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Meanwhile, Colombia's government received two economic bids for the 346bn-peso Ernesto Cortissoz airport concession in Barranquilla, transport ministry MinTransporte said in a release.

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.