Discover the Public-Private Partnership landscape in Nigeria
Air traffic in Africa has experienced a significant growth over the past decade. Within this, Nigeria has been one of the leading nations; joining South Africa, Egypt and Morocco in accounting for over half of all passenger traffic on the continent.
In August 2021, Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Aviation marked this growth with a Request for Qualification for the Nigeria Airports Concession Programme – for the long-anticipated concession of the airports in Abuja, Lagos, Kano, and Port Harcourt.
Insight through experience…
Following the announcement, NACO has carried out an analysis of the Nigerian market and the four assets in the Nigeria Airports Concession Programme, to provide interested parties with useful insights. NACO’s track record of airport development in Nigeria starts with the first wave of airport development in the 1970s.
Combined with our in-depth knowledge of the African aviation industry and experience in transaction advisory services, NACO is uniquely positioned to support qualifying investors, operators, and consortia in the competitive bidding process for these concessions.
Download our report to get more information about Nigeria Airports Concession Programme and Public-Private Partnerships landscape in Nigeria.
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NACO has carried out an analysis of the Nigerian market and the four assets in the NACP to provide interested parties with useful insights.