Budapest Airport seeking bids for advertising concession

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Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport in Hungary has published an invitation for tender for a 7-10 year concession to operate the advertising areas throughout the airport.

The airport is seeking companies with international experience in the sale and operation of advertising at transport hubs such as airports, railway terminals and metro stations.

The tender has been published following the expiration of the contract held with the existing concessionaire. Budapest Airport is inviting bids from the Hungarian and international markets, from companies who possess both the experience and the capacity required for the sale and operation of all advertising spaces at the airport.

The tender documentation is available for a fee of €400 (US$436), subject to the signing of a confidentiality statement. Requests and payment need to be received no later than 2:00pm on January 26, 2016, in order to qualify. Please click here for more details.

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