Thursday, June 8, 2017

Belgrade Airport to announce nonbinding bids

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Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport will announce a list of companies and consortiums which have qualified to submit binding bids for its 25-year concession on June 20. A public body is currently evaluating nonbinding bids, which had been submitted by May 30,  based on the criteria listed in the image below (click to enlarge). Those that have met the requirements, and are scored the highest, will have 75 days to submit their binding bids once they are announced in just over ten days. So far, the HNA Group, Incheon International Airport and VTB Capital Infrastructure Holding consortium, as well as the  Mapa Insaat and Airports Company South Africa consortium have publicly confirmed the submission of their non binding bids. It has also emerged that a Franco-Swiss consortium has submitted its nonbinding offer. A total of 27 companies have previously expressed interest in taking part in the process.

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