Croatia's Zagreb Airport International Company, an alliance of Aéroports de Paris Management, Bouygues Batiment International and Croatian construction company Viadukt has been named (14-Mar-2012) by Croatia’s Government as preferred bidder to operate the airport. The concession contract includes financing, designing and construction of a passenger terminal which will replace the current one and operating the airport for 30 years. The concession contract constitutes a total investment of EUR324 million: EUR236 million for the design and construction of the new terminal and EUR88 million for the life cycle of the airport infrastructure for the entire period of the concession. [more - original PR]
Aéroports de Paris Management and Bouygues finalise contract to operate Zagreb Airport
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