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Turkish firm calls on Gulf to use private sector for airport projects

Turkey’s TAV, the Middle East’s most active airport builder says that civil aviation authorities should use more build operate transfer (BOT) contracts to develop the $50bn airport projects planned in the region.

“With BOT, the timeframe is easier to manage than it is with direct construction because there are lots of consultants to deal with. In a BOT, there is one point of contact and that is the investor,” says Mustafa Sani Sener, chief operating officer at TAV.

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