The international division of Aena Aeropuertos is due to begin operating its concession for six airports in northeast Brazil from January 2020 and it plans to spend about EUR500 million (USD557 million) on upgrading them during the 30-year term, the company announced on 28 May.
Before the full handover, Aena will spend three months jointly managing the six airports with previous operator Infraero
Aena was awarded the concession in March with a bid of BRL1.9 billion (USD498.1 million), with Brazilian government approval followed on 24 May.
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