The Mozambican government has launched an international public tender for the concession, construction, operation and development of commercial infrastructures at Maputo, Beira and Nacala airports, Mozambican newspaper Domingo reported.
Through the international public tender, the Ministry of Transport and Communications is requesting expressions of interest in the establishment of partnerships for the development and operation of hotel facilities, business and entertainment centres, and commercial and social activities.
At the Maputo International Airport there is the possibility of building a shopping centre, petrol and service stations, as well as business apartments.
In Beira, the government is seeking investments for the construction and operation of a three-star hotel and a car service station, while in Nacala, in addition to a hotel, there will be a shopping centre and a renewable power plant.
The president of Mozambican airport management company AdM, Emanuel Chávez, is quoted by the newspaper as saying that he is in the process of preparing master plans for the remaining airports in the country, as well as for the former aerodrome in the Costa do Sol area, in the city of Maputo.