Piarco International Airport, located in the island of Trinidad, is located in the Southern Caribbean. The airport is managed by Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority), which also manages the ANR Robinson International Airport in Tobago. The Authority has been developing the airport in Trinidad to be a major hub in the region. The airport has two terminals – the North Terminal which is used for all commercial passenger activities and the South Terminal which has been utilised for cargo activities and houses an Executive Jet Centre (EJC).
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago is seeking to improve the quality of service offered at the EJC and to maximise the returns from its operations.
The Authority is in the process of accepting proposals from viable companies and individuals with the experience and desire to operate the Executive Jet Centre. Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago will be hosting a mandatory Pre – Proposal meeting and site visit on September 4th, 2012 at the Piarco International Airport. The RFP document can be purchased for the minimal fee of TT$1,800.00.
Further information can be gained at the url: http://www.tntairports.com/aatt/suppliers.html .
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