Turkey-based airport operator TAV Airports will buy a 49% stake in ICF Antalya, the joint-venture (JV) company that manages Antalya International Airport. The southern Turkish airport handled more than 26 million passengers in 2017 and is the main airport serving a string of popular tourist resorts along the coast. ICF Airports is a JV of Germany’s Fraport and Turkey’s IC Içtaş. TAV Airports manages 17 airports throughout Europe and the Middle East; it’s largest ...

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