Teams in for Indonesia Airport P3

International and local terms move forward on $699m project

Indonesian Ministry of State Owned Enterprises airport’s management arm, Angkasa Pura, has announced that 26 teams have passed pre-qualification for its Lombok International Airport P3.

Under the $699m plans, a private partner will develop, expand and manage the airport for 30 years; overseeing the expansion of the runway and main terminal, allowing the airport to over double its capacity to seven million passengers per year.

Faik Fahmi, president director of Angkasa Pura, said that the new airport would promote “Lombok as one of the best tourism destinations that Indonesia has to the world.

"We appreciate the high interest of 26 potential strategic partners who come from the best airport managers in the world and the best infrastructure companies in Indonesia who have a commitment to jointly develop Lombok International Airport.”

The teams include: Royal Schiphol, Incheon Airport, GMR Airport, Malaysia Airport BHD, Munich Airport, Vinci Airport, Egis International, Serco, DAA International, AERTEC Solutions and Mitsubishi.