TAV and Montenegro continue talks over airports


The CEO of Turkey's TAV Airports Holding, Sani Sener, has held talks with the Montenegrin Prime Minister Duško Marković over the planned privatisation of the country's two airports - Podgorica and Tivat. TAV, which has become a global brand in airport construction projects and operations, discussed in further detail suitable concession models with the government. It initially expressed interest in Montenegro's airport infrastructure last October. In a statement, Mr Marković said his cabinet has made a clear commitment to creating conditions for the swift concession and development of Podgorica and Tivat airports, as well as the revitalisation of the derelict airport in Berane.


  1. Anonymous12:34

    Looks as if TGD and TIV will be handed over to the Turks.


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