Published on December 6, 2012, 11:36 am

Confins Airport faces problems with Brazilian grantings

The Tancredo Neves International Airport in Confins, metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte, is getting on the margin about the interest of the largest consortiums of investors and operators in the airline industry. The “fault” is his rival, Maestro Tom Jobim International Airport, the Galeão, in Rio de Janeiro.

Confins meets several criteria, but when compared to the Rio airport, lost in the issue of capacity growth in international traffic.

The French company Aéroports de Paris (ADP), which now accounts for 14 airports in France and other countries, is one of the stakeholders, since it intends to invest in airports in the BRICs, the economic bloc formed by countries like Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, but the company gives preference to the airport in Rio

However, the company also French, Egis International Airport which holds the concession of Viracopos airport, along with Triunfo Participações e Participações UTC, is eager to finish off a batch airport miner as it aims to consolidate itself as a society.

Also of interest is the company’s airport in Rio de Janeiro, but everything will depend on the concession model proposed by the Brazilian government.

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