Published on Tuesday, 13 August 2013 17:35
The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) will sign a contract with companies who won a bid to construct and upgrade Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Hantharwady international airports at the end of this month, according to DCA officials.
The DCA has chosen Incheon Airport Consortium from South Korea to construct Hantharwady International Airport and Singapore’s Yongnam-CAPE-JGC Consortium as a backup company.
"After we negotiate for the contract, they will organise a group of companies. And then the contract will be signed. The contract is included when to start the project and what the design is," said Win Swe Tun, Deputy Director General of DCA.
Pioneer Aerodrome Services also won the tender to upgrade Yangon International Airport and Singapore’s Yongnam-CAPE-JGC Consortium is a backup company for the project. Mitsubishi-Jalux Inc. won the tender to upgrade Mandalay International Airport to an airfreight logistics hub and the backup company for the project is VINCI Airport.
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