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International Airport Redevelopment

Government and TCIAA Project


The Turks & Caicos Islands Airports Authority is considering the option to expand and develop
Howard Hamilton International Airport under a PPP scheme

The opportunity is highly attractive for an operator with the capacity to
undertake large investment projects to unleash the potential of the
country’s main gateway

Mandatory expansion works are linked to pre-identified existing needs and demand triggers to reach up
to the following design parameters: 2,150 PHP, 26 ATMs/h and 21 stand Code C (or equivalent). The
investment plan will include, at least

  • Reconfiguration and expansion of the current Passenger Terminal Building (PTB): relocation of DOM
    (+17,200 ft 2), reconfiguration and expansion of existing PTB to the west increasing (+9,500 ft 2) – short
    term solution to cope with demand while the new Terminal Building is built.
  • Construction of a new Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) of 270,000 sqft with four (4) Passenger
    Boarding Bridges and capacity to accommodate the demand and transit facilities while complying with
    minimum standards and optimum level of service. This provides a unique opportunity to construct a
    state-of-the-art facility with optimized passenger flows and commercial areas to boost the airport’s
    commercial performance.
  • Improvement and expansion of surface access system aligned with new PTB including additional car
    parking spaces.
  • Expansion of the runway and taxiway system to increase capacity by providing a semi-parallel taxiway.
  • Improvement and expansion of commercial apron aligned with new PTB to provide enough stands to
    accommodate the expected demand.
    In addition, a major maintenance and replacement investment plan has been defined to ensure that the
    assets reach the end of their lifecycle without jeopardizing operational safety and ensuring an adequate
    condition for the entire infrastructure during the concession period.
    An Indicative Airport Expansion Plan will be presented as part of the tender documents. This will be used
    by each tenderer as a guidance basis for the preparation of its own Project Expansion Plan. The final
    design on the expansion works will be flexible but compliance with the expected demand, level of service,
    safety, security and operational performance, sizing requirements and minimum specifications to be
    specified in the tender documents.
    If tenderers demand surpass TCIAA passengers and movements forecast and its related design parameters,
    Additional Expansion Works should be considered as part of their Project Expansion Plan.

The PPP presents an attractive investment opportunity with favorable financial results driven by solid aeronautical revenues and improved performance in commercial activities

For more details please see supporting documentation above

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