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After awarding 22 airports in 2021, Brazil’s government will auction 16 more in 2022

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The concession contracts will be effective for 30 years and the minimum initial bid totals R$897.7 million. According to the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), in 2019, the 16 terminals together accounted for 39.2 million take-offs and landings and 26% of passengers who bought airline tickets in the Brazilian market.

Just as occurred in the last two rounds, the auction will be divided into blocks. The same proponent can bid for more than one block.

The airports were grouped as follows:


Santos Dumont Airport (RJ)
Jacarepaguá Airport (RJ)
C . . .

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