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Tulum Airport Report By Credit Suisse

12 September, 2012

Credit Suisse have become the latest big international financial name to show interest in the new Tulum airport project.

Analysts from the Swiss investment advisers were reported to meet last week with Humberto Treviño Landois, the Mexican Government's Undersecretary for Transport.

Pablo Riveroll and Juan Esteban Moctezuma, Credit Suisse's stock market experts in Latin American infrastructure, spoke to Treviño specifically about the Tulum airport project, according to Mexican newspaper, El Semanario.

Following the meeting, in a report sent to Credit Suisse clients, the analysts said that the massive Spanish construction company, OHL, and the private investment company, Advent International, may be interested in bidding for the new airport. After some delays, the project is now expected to be put out to tender in February.

In the report, Treviño said that during the coming weeks the government may reveal more details of the Tulum airport project, including more about the airport's capacity and requirements for the legal process.

The news backs up previous suggestions that OHL and Advent may be interested in the project made by respected columnist Alberto Aguilar in the El Universal newspaper, last December.

Mexico's Federal Competition (Anti Trust) Commission will also decide soon whether the owner/operator of Cancun airport, ASUR, can bid for the project as well.

Businesses and politicians in the Riviera Maya hope that the new Tulum airport will be a major boost for the economy and lead to a new phase in the area's development.

Major public investment in the zone has already had an effect on the price of Tulum property and many international real estate companies are rushing to build new projects along the Mexican Caribbean coastline.

Take a look at our destination pages to find out more about the new Tulum airport and Tulum real estate.

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