An airport seeking to expand its facilities, or a governmental entity seeking to build a new airport, must raise sufficient capital to finance such development from public or/and private sources.
The growth in air traffic and the need to expand and upgrade airport infrastructure over the next years is an opportunity to offer creative financing solutions to a variety of customers worldwide.
One of the private sector funding mechanism is the Build-Operate-Transfer [BOT] approach, with the contractor financing, construction, operations and maintenance for a specified number of years, after which it transfers the facility over to the government.

Airport Construction, Operation and PPP

VINCI Airports, a top 5 global player in the international airport sector, manages the development and operations of 35 airports: 13 in France, 10 in Portugal (including the hub of Lisbon), 3 in Cambodia, 2 in Japan, 6 in Dominican Republic and Santiago airport in Chile.
Bouygues Bâtiment International is the international building branch of Bouygues Construction, one of the world’s construction leaders. 
With over 13,000 employees and a turnover of $1bn, Egis is an international group providing consultancy, engineering, project structuring and operations support across many sectors, including: transport, urban development, building, industry, water, environment and energy. 
Eiffage is one of Europe’s leading construction and concessions companies.