New consortium to operate Santiago International Airport from October
Nuevo Pudahuel—a consortium comprising Aéroports de Paris (45%), VINCI Airports (40%) and Italian construction group Astaldi (15%)—has been awarded the concession to operate Santiago’s Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Chile. The tender award was announced in February, but has now been...
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