Turkish company TAV, which operates 17 airports on 3 continents, is interested in entering the Montenegrin market.
Giraj Kolppan, coordinator of the TAV Airport Holding Company, and Zoran Krstevski, a member of the Board of Directors of TAV, expressed their readiness to come to Montenegro and start talks with representatives of the Government about the models of valorization (pricing options) of the airport in Podgorica and Tivat.
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.
Minister Nurkovic said he hoped he would meet with the TAV representatives in Montenegro soon.
Source: Portal Analitika