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Greece looks at PPP deals for regional airports

The Greek government has commissioned Lufthansa Consulting to advise it on the prospect of introducing public-private partnerships (PPP) to develop 37 regional airports.

The Greek government has commissioned Lufthansa Consulting to advise it on the prospect of introducing public-private partnerships (PPP) to develop 37 regional airports.

The list includes Thessaloniki and the popular tourist island gateways of Rhodes, Corfu, Kos, Mykonos, Santorini and Zakynthos.

The project is part of a larger restructuring effort by the government to privatise state companies and infrastructure.

Under the terms of the contract, Lufthansa Consulting and its technical advisory partners – which include Doxiadis Associates and Alanna Consulting Group – will be responsible for helping formulate a strategy to ensure the long-term, sustainable development of the country’s regional airports.

“We have been involved in over 25 airport privatisation projects across the globe advising governments, financial institutions and investor consortia,” says Lufthansa Consulting’s managing director, Dr Andreas Jahnke.

“Our company has thus gained an excellent track record in successfully privatizing airports, often under very challenging economic, political and cultural circumstances.”

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