Some of the partners of the Third Airport were allegedly prepared to sell their shares at the airport valued at 11 billion dollars. Vinci, ADP and TAV are said to be interested in airport shares. IGA, the airport operator says 'no sales plan'.
According to Bloomberg, some of the partners of the third Airport are preparing to sell their shares at the airport, which is valued at $ 11 billion.
According to information provided by the source of the US investment bank Lazard. Next to Vinci, TAV Airports and his French partner Aeroports de Paris are also interested in the site's operator, IGA. Ferrovial SA is also interested in the project.
KOLİN HAS SOLD THE SHARES
HDI third airport operator, after borrowing 6.4 billion dollars (current exchange rates of about 39 billion) of Turkey's most indebted private sector business location.
The company has to pay an average of 1.1 billion euros per year (approximately 7.5 billion TL) for the airport's rent to the state. 's. Kolin was out of partnership by selling its share of 35 in this year.
IGA officials said the company does not have a plan to sell shares. Vinci, ADP and TAV officials did not comment on the issue. Investment bank Lazard did not comment on the subject.