Turkey’s TAV plans to bid in tenders in India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Malaysia: CEO
DUBAI - ReutersTurkey’s TAV Airports Holding is planning to bid for new tenders in Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and India in the next 12-24 months, Chief Executive Sani Şener told Reuters on May 10.
In an interview in Dubai, he said the company was also interested in airports across Africa, where passenger numbers exceed 1 million, and was eyeing opportunities in the Gulf if airport operations were privatized there.
TAV Airports now operates the Istanbul Atatürk, Ankara Esenboğa, İzmir Adnan Menderes, Milas Bodrum and Alanya Gazipaşa airports in Turkey.
The Tbilisi and Batumi airports in Georgia, the Monastir and Enfidha-Hammamet airports in Tunisia, the Skopje and Ohrid airports in Macedonia, the Madinah Airport in Saudi Arabia and the Zagreb Airport in Croatia are also operated by TAV Airports, among others. TAV also provides services and products in other areas of airport operations including duty-free, food and beverage, ground handling, IT, security and operation services, according to the company’s website.