With a legal framework for concessions, public-private partnerships will develop regional airports
Monday, December 17, 2018

With a legal framework for concessions, public-private partnerships will develop regional airports

With a legal framework for concessions, public-private partnerships will develop regional airports, predicts Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan. “When we hit the limit with Boryspil, we will need major investments in the regional airports – to build new runways, new terminals,” Omelyan told the Tiger Conference. “If we are lucky with the parliament, we will get the new law on concessions – for airports, seaports, and highways.”

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