Turkish company TAV Havalimanlari Holding has started talks with Saudi Oger to purchase half of its 33.3 per cent stake in Tibah Airports Development Company, the operator of Madinah International Airport in Saudi Arabia.
Turkish airports operator TAV Havalimanlari Holding aims to complete the purchase of the remaining 35 per cent of its Havas ground handling services unit soon, said chief executive Sani Sener.
Sener told Reuters that a possible initial
A consortium of Arabtec Holding that includes Greek and Turkish firms on Wednesday won a Dh10.8 billion ($2.94 billion) contract from the Abu Dhabi government to build a mid-field terminal at the cash-rich emirate's airport.
The Abu Dhabi government has identified an Arabtec Holding consortium that includes Greek and Turkish firms as the preferred bidders for an estimated $3 billion contract to expand the emirate's international airport.
Abu Dhabi Airports Co
An Arabtec Holding consortium that includes Greek and Turkish firms is on the cusp of securing an estimated $3 billion contract for the expansion of Abu Dhabi's international airport, four industry sources told Reuters.
A joint venture led by Turkey's TAV Construction has won a contract to build a $800 million aircraft maintenance, repair and operation (MRO) facility in Saudi Arabia.
The contract for the facility at the King Abdulaziz International Ai
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has joined hands with US private equity firm Carlyle Group to bid for a near 40 per cent stake in Turkish airport operator TAV Havalimanlari Holding, said three sources close to the deal.
A consortium comprising Turkey’s TAV, Saudi Oger and Al Rajhi Holding Group has signed a contract for Saudi Arabia’s Madinah airport, a report quoting TAV said.
The consortium will build and operate the Madinah International Airport for 25
A joint venture of Turkey's TAV and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors Co (CCC) has won a 450 million rial ($1.17 billion) contract to expand the main airport in Muscat, Oman, an executive said on Tuesday.
'We've won the con