Japan considers privatisation of 94 airports

Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) surprised industry observers after reports said it was considering plans to enable private companies to acquire 30 to 50-year management rights for 27 airports operated by the Central Government. The degree of surprise increased further when an additional 67 airports owned by local governments were thrown into the pot, to a total of 94, only omitting the ‘big four’.

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