Asur Plans to Bid for Brazilian Airport

6 February 2011 (Last Updated February 6th, 2011 18:30)

Mexican airport operator Asur has unveiled plans to bid for the Natal International Airport in Natal, Brazil. The increase in passenger traffic during the global event is one of the primary reasons for the bidding, it is ascertained. Asur's chief financial officer Adolfo Castr

Mexican airport operator Asur has unveiled plans to bid for the Natal International Airport in Natal, Brazil.

The increase in passenger traffic during the global event is one of the primary reasons for the bidding, it is ascertained.

Asur's chief financial officer Adolfo Castro said that the company expects the Brazilian authorities to disclose the terms of the Natal bidding process in three months.

The facility is expected to be ready by early 2014, according to Reuters.

Asur's head Fernando Chico Pardo said that the company is interested in Natal as well as other airports in Puerto Rico and Guatemala.