YOUR DAILY NEWSROUND OF AVIATION STORIES IN EUROPE
5 August 2016
Eight foreign companies interested in Serbia's Belgrade Airport
Eight foreign companies have shown interest in the potential privatisation or concession of Serbia's main airport, Nikola Tesla, in Belgrade.
The potential bidders for state-controlled Aerodrom Nikola Tesla include VINCI airports, Germany's Fraport and French Bouygues.
Split Airport to begin terminal construction
Following three years of constant delays, the construction of Split Airport's much needed new passenger terminal will begin this autumn. It comes after the airport completed tendering procedures to select the company which will be responsible for building the facility.
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Slovakian traffic up 18% in 12 months; Poprad-Tatry fastest growing airport; Ryanair overtakes Travel Service Slovakia to become #1 carrier
During the past year Ryanair has grown its capacity from Slovakia by nearly 17%, with it now becoming the nation's number one carrier. Germany is one of four new country markets for Slovakia, with Poland, Macedonia and Russia being the other three.
102 millions d'euros pour financer la métamorphose de l'aéroport de Toulouse-Blagnac
Le financement du programme de réaménagement de l'aéroport de Toulouse vient d'être finalisé. Un emprunt de 102M€ sur 15 ans permettra la réalisation de plusieurs projets.
Tbilisi Airport's new arrivals terminal
Located in Georgia's capital city, Tbilisi Airport is one of the major international airports in the country. The
handled more than 1.8 million passengers in 2015 and the passenger numbers are anticipated to increase further in the coming years.