The list of airports included in the program are the Gustavo Rojas Pinilla in San Andrés airports, the New Bayunca airport in Cartagena, Alfonso Bonilla Aragón in Cali and the El Campo de Vuelo and EDMAX Dorado in Bogotá.
Colombia’s private investment agency ANI is working on a major program of airport concessions, the first push into the sector for nearly a decade.
On top of the flagship Rafael Núñez de Cartagena International Airport P3, the ANI has announced it is working on structuring five more private initiatives to drive investment into the airport sector.
Earlier this month, the ANI announced a shortlist of three teams for the Rafael Núñez de Cartagena International Airport redevelopment.
“Hand in hand with the private sector, we are committed to improving operating conditions at airports,” said Jonathan Bernal González, the agency’s recently appointed president. Adding that the government is kicking off the “search to strengthen the competitiveness and economic development of the country, through its intermodal infrastructure.”