Privatization fund requests better offer for 20-year concession extension for Athens airport
Greece’s privatization fund (HRADF) on Tuesday announced that its board of directors requested an improved offer for a 20-year extension of the concession agreement in place for the Athens International Airport (AIA).
The current concession has been in force since July 1995.
AIA’s management had previously submitted a relevant offer to the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund, as the agency is officially called.
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