Advisors set timetable for airport privatisation in St Louis

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Representatives of the city government, the airport commission and a team of advisors have drafted an 18-month schedule for the implementation of a public-private partnership (P3) to operate St. Louis Lambert International Airport, located in Missouri, central USA.

The first step is public consultations, which will survey 20,000 residents over the next 60 days on the airport’s role in the community. The plan expands to include residents in surrounding counties in January.

The schedule sets out that the advisors will be reviewing bids for the project by the third quarter of 2019.

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