Aeroports de Paris subsidiaries contracted for expansion of airport in Mauritius.
French airport operator Aeroports de Paris (Paris:ADP) (Pink Sheets:AEOPF) said today (28 May) that its subsidiaries ADPM (Aeroports de Paris Management) and ADPI (Aeroports de Paris Engineering) have been awarded contracts for the expansion of Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius.
Mauritian authorities have decided to expand the airport through the creation of a new terminal, which will be connected to the existing one and have a capacity of 4m passengers per year.
ADPM will finance, build and manage the new terminal together with the Mauritian public company AML (Airport of Mauritius Ltd). ADPM has also entered into a technical assistance contract to ensure the implementation of the new terminal project and to ensure the commissioning and management of the terminal for three years after it is opened.
ADPI will carry out the design and engineering of the future terminal and its surrounding area. It has also entered a two-year supervision contract for the construction of the new terminal and its associated infrastructure.
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|Date:||May 28, 2009|
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