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2nd Brazilian Airport Sector Meeting: Inputs for the 6th Round of Concessions

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01 de abril de 2019

2nd Brazilian Airport Sector Meeting: Inputs for the 6th Round of Concessions

2nd Brazilian Airport Sector Meeting: Inputs for the 6th Round of Concessions

In order to improve the model of the 6th round of concessions in the Brazilian airport sector, the Special Secretariat of the Investment Partnerships Program (SPPI), along with the National Civil Aviation Secretariat of the Ministry of Infrastructure - SAC / MINFRA and the National Civil Aviation Agency - ANAC will be holding the 2nd Airport Sector Meeting: Inputs for the 6th Round of Concessions, on April 16 and 17, at the Planalto Palace (Brasília / DF).

The event consists of a round of one-on-one meetings and is targeted at the Brazilian airport concessionaires, companies that have participated in the 5th Round of Concessions, and associations representing regular airlines and airports. Individual meetings will be held with registered participants, upon prior appointment.

The 6th Round will encompass 22 airports in three regional clusters: South (Curitiba/PR, Foz do Iguaçu/PR, Londrina/PR, Navegantes/SC, Joinville/SC, Pelotas/RS, Uruguaiana/RS, Bagé/RS and Bacacheri/PR); Central (Goiânia/GO, São Luís/MA, Teresina/PI, Palmas/TO, Petrolina/PE and Imperatriz/MA) e North 1 (Manaus/AM, Porto Velho/RO, Rio Branco/AC, Boa Vista/RR, Cruzeiro do Sul/AC, Tabatinga/AM and Tefé/AM).

To request an appointment, send the filled form (available below) to the e-mail address roadshowppi@presidencia.gov.br by April 5.

 

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