The auction of the concession of three blocks of airports is scheduled for next Friday 15th, at 10 am, on B3, the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange. Located in the Northeast, Southeast and Midwest regions, the 12 airports together receive 19.6 million passengers per year, equivalent to 9.5% of the national aviation market. The planned investment for the three blocks is R $ 3.5 billion.
Next Tuesday, Mar. 12nd, companies, and consortiums must submit proposals in two copies in sealed envelopes, which should contain the proposals, guarantees, and documents.
Next November, according to the announcement made by the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI), the minimum grant value, to close the 12 terminals, will be R $ 219 million, in cash.
Throughout the concession, the total value of the grant is R $ 2.1 billion. The concession term will be 30 years.
According to the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the 12 airports to be auctioned are those of Cuiaba, Rondonopolis, Sinop and Alta Floresta, in Mato Grosso; Joao Pessoa, Recife, Maceio, Aracaju, Juazeiro do Norte, Ceara, and Campina Grande, Paraiba; of Macae, in Rio de Janeiro, and of Vitoria, in Espirito Santo.
In January, the director of the Department of Regulatory Policies of the National Civil Aviation Secretariat (SAC), Ronei Saggioro Glanzmann, said that the forecast is to complete the entire concession process of the airports in four years.