Anac publishes the draft notice for the 7th round of airport concessions

Anac grants 15 airports at auction this Thursday, at B3

The auction for the 7th round of the airport concessions program will begin shortly on the B3 stock exchange in the city of São Paulo. According to the National Civil Aviation Agency (Anac), 15 airports will be offered, grouped into three blocks.Anac grants 15 airports at auction this Thursday, at B3

Congonhas Airport is the main attraction of this concession round. The terminal, located in São Paulo, is one of the busiest in the country. The auction is expected to start at 2 pm.

The airports will be granted to the private sector for a period of 30 years. Together, airports process approximately 15.8% of the country’s total passenger traffic, equivalent to more than 30 million people per year (data from 2019, pre-pandemic period).

“Between 2011 and 2021, the airport concession program in Brazil granted the equivalent of 75.82% of national traffic to the private sector. Added to the 7th round, this percentage will reach 91.6% of passengers served at concession airports”, informs Anac.

The Agency also said, through its press office, that, last night (17), the Justice rejected a request for suspension of the auction, guaranteeing its realization.

Composition of blocks

The 15 airports that will be up for auction today are in the states of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, Pará, Mato Grosso do Sul and Amapá. They are grouped into three blocks:

SP-MS-PA-MG Block: led by Congonhas Airport (SP), it also comprises the airports of Campo Grande, Corumbá and Ponta Porã, in Mato Grosso do Sul; Santarém, Marabá, Parauapebas and Altamira, in Pará; and Uberlândia, Uberaba and Montes Claros, in Minas Gerais. The minimum initial contribution is R$740.1 million.

General Aviation Block: comprises the airports of Campo de Marte, in the city of São Paulo, and Jacarepaguá, in Rio de Janeiro. The block has a minimum initial bid set at R$141.4 million.

North Block II: comprises the airports of Belém and Macapá (AP), with a minimum initial bid of R$ 56.9 million.

*With information from Anac

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