Turkish TAV to operate advertisement areas of Tunisia Carthage Airport

Turkish TAV to operate advertisement areas of Tunisia Carthage Airport

Turkey’s TAV Operation Services has won the tender to operate the advertisement areas of Carthage Airport in the capital of Tunisia for four years, the company said by a written statement on March 2.

The number of airports whose advertisement areas are operated by TAV Operation Services has now increased to three, the company added.

TAV said it will make an investment of 300,000 euros in the Carthage Airport and operate the advertisement areas at the arrivals and departures floors besides the digital screens for four years.
Accordingly, the company will pay rent to OACA.

“TAV Operation Services undertook the operations of the Air France/KLM Lounges at the Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart airports on Aug. 13. Today, by taking that step in Tunisia, we have proved once more that we could export our know-how to anywhere around the globe. We are glad to become the operator of the commercial areas of Carthage Airport, one of the largest airports in Africa and the entrance gate of Tunisia,” said TAV Operation Services General Manager Bora İşbulan.

Serving approximately 5.1 million passengers a year, Carthage Airport is amongst the largest airports on the African continent.

TAV Operation Services has operations at 17 airports in eight countries with the commercial areas it manages and CIP services.