Wednesday, 23 February 2022

Ferrovial snaps up 60% of Dalaman International Airport

Dalaman International Airport in Turkey has two terminals, one for international flights and the other for domestic operations. It can handle more than 20 million passengers per year, and its apron is large enough to accommodate at least 40 planes. Plus along with all the normal infrastructure, the airport also has a water treatment plant and is planning a renewable power plant on the site.

The airport's division of Ferrovial has agreed on a deal with the YDA Group, a Turkish infrastructure company to snap up 60% stake in the company that runs the holiday airport for €140million. 

“This is a unique opportunity to diversify our airport portfolio in an area that has become a fast-growing destination in Turkey for international tourism,” said Luke Bugeja, CEO of Ferrovial Airports. “YDA Group has extensive experience with building and operating infrastructures under the P3 formula in Turkey, making it the ideal partner for this project. Ferrovial continues to advance without losing sight of opportunities in our strategic markets.”

Passenger Terminal Today reported Hüseyin Arslan, chairman of YDA Group, as saying: “We are delighted to welcome Ferrovial as a partner. This strategic alliance represents a unique opportunity to bring together the combined expertise of both companies in the Turkish aviation sector.


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