The GMR group, which is racing for two international airports in Southern Europe`s Montenegro, has developed as one of the qualified bidders, according to a statement from the Montenegrin Transport Ministry. GMR Group`s airport portfolio is in service and is under development and includes airports in New Delhi, Hyderabad and Mactan Cebu International Airport in partnership with Megawide in the Philippines, while the developing greenfield projects are mopa Airport in Goa and one in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, in partnership with KON Terna. GMR received the mandate of Mihan, the airport development authority, in March 2019. “In accordance with item 8.5 of the pre-qualification file for the concession of The airports of Montenegro- RFQ – the tender committee informs that the four companies listed have met the pre-qualification criteria contained in the pre-qualification document and are qualified bidders,” the ministry said on 15 January. The group recently received letter of Intent for the development and operation of Nagpur Airport on a PPP base and an airport in the Bhogapuram Green Prairie in Andhra Pradesh. Montenegro has received seven bids in the pre-qualification phase of its tender for a 30-year concession contract for the operation of the country`s two international airports in Podgorica and Tivat, Montenegro media reported citing the transport ministry. In the GJ18, Nagpur Airport had 2.18 million passengers and 7,800 million passengers. t freight cleared. Over the past five years, passenger traffic at the airport has increased by 11 per cent. Access exclusive content from the Hindu business line via desktops, tablets and mobile devices.
Six (6) applicants, namely (1) Essel Infraprojects Limited, 2) GMR Airport Limited, 3) GVK Airport Developers Limited, (4) PNC Infratech Limited, 5) Tata Realty Consortium – Infrastructure Limited (TRIL) and Tata Projects Limited (TPL) and (6) IRB Projects Ltd, which was applied in accordance with the disclosure of the offer. However, before notification of the RFP documents, the necessary security clearance of the applicants` Ministry of the Interior (MHA) should be obtained. All applicants, with the exception of M/s. IRB Projects Limited, submitted all the documents necessary for the submission to MHA. As a result, MIL forwarded the appropriate details to the Ministry of the Interior, the Indian government for five (5) pre-selected bidders, who provided the necessary information on the six (6) candidates within the set time frame and sought authorization for the candidates to take over the “Up-Gradation, Modernization, Operation and Maintenance of Dr.