The Aeroportos do Futuro Consortium was awarded a 25-year concession to operate and maintain Rio de Janeiro’s Galeão-Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport. The winning consortium, led by Brazilian conglomerate Odebrecht, paid R$19.01 billion ($8.30 billion). It will implement a full airport upgrade by April 2016, including the construction of 26 new fingers, a new 1,850 car parking area, ramp area expansion and new taxiways.   The airport moves an average of 17.5 ...

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