Acsa on the doorstep of acquiring advisory tender in Ghana

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Airports Company SA (Acsa) is  lose to securing an advisory tender at Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport. Airports Company SA (Acsa) is lose to securing an advisory tender at Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport.

State-run Airports Company SA (Acsa) is finalizing a deal to advise the operator of Ghana’s main airport on the construction of a new international terminal, with funding from the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA).

The proposed deal to advise Ghana Airports Company on a new terminal at Accra’s Kotoka International Airport would be Acsa’s first major project in Africa. The company plans to increase revenue from nonaeronautical services to 53% by 2020.

The consultancy talks follow a memorandum of understanding signed last year between Acsa and its Ghanaian counterpart.

Acsa derives about 37% of its revenue from non-aeronautical operations and the rest from tariffs charged to airlines. The tariffs are often contested, with little agreement between the regulator and Acsa on the appropriate levels...

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