Colombia preps airport concession

Colombia’s private investment agency (ANI) is working to prepare a concession for the Rafael Núñez airport.

The agency, along with the Ministry of Transportation and the National Council for Economic and Social Policy (CONPES), will work on a new feasibility study to enable the concession of the major Caribbean hub. 

Under the plans, private partners will invest around $100m into the airport's infrastructure, including a new international terminal, with the concession running for 10 years.

Guillermo Francisco Reyes González, Minister of Transportation, said his ministry was “committed to promoting transport infrastructure that strengthens tourism and improves the connectivity of the territories”.