The agreement on the concession of the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport will be signed with the French company Vinci Airports on Thursday, March 22, 2018, Tanjug learns.
The Government of Serbia gave the concession to Vinci Airports
, the winner at the tender.
The French company offered EUR 501 million for 25 years, with an investment obligation of EUR 732 million, whereas the annual concession fee will be 5 to 16 million euros.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic previously said that the agreement of the concession of the Belgrade Airport was a great success and a good signal to investors.
Nicolas Notebaert, CEO of Vinci Concessions and Chairman of Vinci Airports, stated that the Belgrade Airports will be the seat of the French company in Central and Eastern Europe.
The 25-year concession covers financing, operations, maintenance, expansion and extension of the airport terminals and runways.