Turkish company interested in Podgorica and Tivat airports

The Turkish company TAV, which operates 17 airports on three continents, is familiar with the plans of the Montenegrin Government to valorise our airports. It is interested in entering Montenegrin market, it was said after the meeting of the minister of transport and maritime affairs Osman Nurkovic with TAV representatives.

The coordinator of the TAV Airports Holding Giray Colpan and a member of the TAV Board of Directors Zoran Krstevski expressed readiness to come to Montenegro and start talks with government’s representatives on the models of valorisation of the Podgorica and Tivat airports.

TAV representatives presented the company’s activities, stating that, among other things, it manages the airports in Skopje and Ohrid in cooperation with French companies and the Zagreb-based Franjo Tudjman airport.

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