SNC Lavalin to manage Castellón airport

The “man-plane” statue built by Juan Ripollés at Castellón Airport by Sanbec / Wikimedia Commons

The Canadian group SNC Lavalin Airports (subsidiary of the Canadian engineering firm SNC-Lavalin) will exploit the Castellón Airport during 20 years for 24.5 million Euros.

The airport costed 170 million Euros of public money but has no flights so far after its inauguration nearly three years ago.

The award has not been confirmed yet, but the agreement seems to be very near. 

Details are not known for the moment. Apart from those 24.5 million Euros, the Valencia autonomous region Government would get further incomes only in the case that the airport served over 1.2 million passengers. In this case, SNC Lavalin would pay 1 Euro per every passenger exceeding that amount.   Photo: The “man-plane” statue built by Juan Ripollés at Castellón Airport by Sanbec / Wikimedia Commons Source: El País

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