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Greater Natal international airport (NAT)

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Current Stage In operation
Completion: 06/2014
Project Details


The project involves the construction of the Greater Natal International airport in the Sao Gonçalo do Amarante district, within the greater Natal metropolitan area (capital of Brazil's Rio Grande do Norte state). Sao Gonçalo do Amarante district is located approximately 11km from central Natal. In 2010, Brazil's civil aviation agency (Anac) launched a tender to concession the airport. The concession contract entails concluding construction plans, including completing runways, take-off and taxiing lanes. The 28-year concession will have three years for construction and 25 years for operation. The facility will be the largest airport terminal in Latin America and the seventh largest in the world, with capacity to handle 6mn passengers annually. The Inframérica consortium, comprised by Brazil's Grupo Engevix and Argentina's Corporación América, was awarded the concession in 2011.

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Key Specs

Full Name
Greater Natal international airport (NAT)
Project Type
Development Phase
In operation
Project Status
Project Capacity
6  Mp/y (Million passengers per year)  Airport
US$ 346mn
Completion Date

The airport will be located in Rio Grande do Norte state capital Natal, in northeastern Brazil.

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