Thursday, November 8, 2012

GVK agreement with Denpasar airport

Neelam Mathews
Nov 8, 2012
India’s leading airport infrastructure developer, GVK that manages and operates the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) in Mumbai and the Bengaluru International Airport has signed an operations and management contract with the Airports Authority of Indonesia, (Angkasa Pura Airports AP1), the Indonesian government airport operator to manage the non-aeronautical commercial operations at Indonesia’s second busiest Bali (Denpasar) International Airport.
GVK is also developing an international greenfield airport in Yogyakarta in central Java in collaboration with the Government of Indonesia.  This follows the MoU that GVK had signed in January 2011 with the Government of Indonesia. The MoU for the Yogyakarta airport is an agreement between Angkasa Pura Airports (Government of Indonesia owned Airport Operations and Management Company) and GVKPIL.

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