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Lima Airport signs financing for airside development

Four international banks are providing the loan

Lima Airport Partners (LAP), part of the Fraport Group since 2001, has signed a USD 450 million financing agreement for its airside development program at "Jorge Chávez International Airport" in Lima, Peru. Four international banks are providing the loan. Fraport’s and LAP´s finance teams managed the transaction, while SMBC acted as financial advisor.LAP’s airside development is strategically impor...

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