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Spain's Aena to operate six Brazil airports, Zurich two after good bid

Staff Writer | March 16, 2019
Spanish airport management company Aena SME will operate six airports in Brazil’s northeast region, offering 1.9 billion reais ($496 million) in a contested bidding session on Friday at the São Paulo stock exchange.
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LatAm   Aena SME will operate six airports in Brazil’s northeast region
In another privatization auction, Zurich Airport Latin America, owned by Flughafen Zuerich, made a successful, uncontested 437 million real bid to operate two airports in Brazil’s southeast.

The concession for the third block of airports, in the center-west comprising the terminals serving Cuiabá, Sinop, Rondonópolis and Alta Floresta, went to Brazilian group Socicam Terminais, which paid 40mn reais for the concession, well above the minimum fee of 800,000 reais.

The government obtained a total of 2.38bn reais ($625mn) in fees from the auction of 12 airports on the São Paulo stock exchange. The government set the total minimum amount of payments for the airports at 219mn reais.


 

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