Lone bidder wins airport tender
ANKARA – Hürriyet Daily NewsSky Line Havacılık and Zonguldak Özel Sivil Havacılık’s joint venture have placed the sole 357 million-euro bid for the Çukurova airport tender in southern Turkey.
The joint company will manage the Çukurova Airport in Turkey’s south for nine years, 10 months and 10 days, according to the terms of the agreement. The airport will service passengers in the Mersin and Adana provinces, the center of the Çukurova area.
This will be the second airport in Turkey completely constructed by the private sector; construction is expected to take 36 months and the airport will have a domestic and international terminal. HDN