Eight consortiums qualified to the first round of Peru’s southern airports tender, which includes Andahuaylas, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Juliaca, Puerto Maldonado y Tacna, according to a press release from ProInversión.
The chosen consortiums are the Peruvian companies Cosapi, Andino Inversiones Portuarias and Talma-Iksa, as well as the Colombian Conconcreto and Consortium Aeropuertos del Sur-1.
Another companies applying are Peruvian-Colombian Association Consorcio Operador Aeroportuario del Sur, Peruvian-Portuguese Consorcio Aeropuertos del Sur and German Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide, according to local business paper Gestión.
Granting these airports a concession would mean an investment of US US$300 millions, for the improvement of infrastructure and airport security.
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