Court of Audit reportedly OK’s contract to extend Athens Int’l Airport concession by 20 years

16 November 2018
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Greece’s Court of Audit has reportedly approved of a contract to extend the concession for the Athens International Airport by 20 years.

The concession extension, submitted to the country’s privatization fund, reaches 1.383 billion euros, with the net sum to flow into the latter’s coffers being 1.115 billion euros.

The current concession expired in 2026.

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