TAV Airports escapes financial collapse but heads into political turmoil

Enfidha airport seen from the sky, in 2012.
Enfidha airport seen from the sky, in 2012. © Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport/Facebook
Turkey's TAV Airports, which has the operating concession for the Enfidha and Monastir airports, has had several hundred million euros worth of debt cancelled by international institutions and Tunisia but now faces scrutiny by Tunisian deputies. [...] (764 words)
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