Bulgaria's Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications has announced plans to relaunch the tender to operate Sofia Airport next September.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Bulgaria
Bulgaria's government has canceled the tender process for the operation of Sofia International Airport.
The Ministry of transport, information technology and communications (MTITC) of Bulgaria has re-opened the tender process for the concession of Sofia airport , which is located 10 km east from the center of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
Turkey’s Limak Holding has shown interest in Bulgaria airport concession, which is expected to be tendered in the next months.
Sofia Airport is Bulgaria's main airport. It is located 5 km east from the center of Sofia. In 2014, the airport handled 3,815,158 passengers, an 8.9% increase compared to 3,504,326 handled in 2013. Bulgaria also uses Sofia Airport for the Vrazhdebna Air Force Base.
The Bulgarian government approved a new draft Concessions Act on May 25, 2016. The legislation piece has now to be adopted by the Bulgarian parliament. The new document will replace the current Concessions Act in its entirety, and will revoke the existing public private partnership (PPP) Act.
The government of Bulgaria has finally decided to award a 35-year concession on Sofia Airport.
The government of Bulgaria has awarded the Gorna Oryahovitsa airport concession to the Civilian Airport Gorna Oryahovitsa consortium. The winning team was the only bidder in the tender process for the project.
Bulgaria's Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications, Ivaylo Moskovski, has announced plans to launch a tender process for the Sofia airport concession.
The governments of Bulgaria and Romania have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop two new bridges over the River Danube through public - private partnership (PPP) model.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has launched a tender process for consultancy services to prepare a parking strategy and tender support in the city of Varna, Bulgaria.