Passenger Terminal
The daily portal for the latest airport passenger terminal news and views
   Sort by: relevance most recent


Tenders sought for concessions in T1 at Lyon Exupéry Airport

Airport operator Aéroports de Lyon is looking for concessionaires to design, build and operate six points of sale for Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport in France. This includes two restaurants and three commercial opportunities in the new Terminal (T1) building, as well as a commercial tender for Terminal 2 (T2). The deadline to register interest in the restaurant opportunities is September 21, 2015, and the deadline for the commercial opportunities is November 11, 2015.

The new T1 building at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport will cover a surface area of approximately 230,000ft² across three floors and will enable the airport to increase its annual passenger capacity from 10 million to 15 million by 2020. The T1 extension has been designed by British architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and will be built by French-based GFC Construction, a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction.

Interested parties should contact Aéroports de Lyon by emailing: or

September 9, 2015


Your email address:

Monthly Poll >>

What is the biggest challenge facing the African aviation sector today?


Click here for listings and information on leading suppliers covering all aspects of the passenger terminal industry. Want to see your company included? Email Damien de Roche.

View all suppliers >>

Passenger Terminal World >>

Read latest issueNEW DIGITAL EDITION:
Passenger Terminal World January 2018 is now online.

Read now.

More Information>>

Railway Terminal World >>

Read latest issueNEW DIGITAL EDITION: From the publishers of Passenger Terminal World, the only magazine dedicated to railway terminal and station design and technologies.

Read the free digital edition >>

TV >>

iGA releases video showcasing Istanbul New Airport

Watch Now >>

Annual Showcase 2018 >>

Read latest issueNEW DIGITAL EDITION:

Passenger Terminal World Showcase 2018 is now online.

Read now.

More Information >>