Nov. 16, 2018
UPDATE: Deadline extended for BNA Concessions RFPs
The deadline for BOTH concessions RFPs has been extended to Dec. 5, 2018.
We invite any and all interested businesses to review the RFP documents contained at the web addresses below and respond. This is an open process and all are invited to participate.
You may find the RFP and all pertinent documents at the following links:
Food and Beverage RFP:
NEW RFP Q&A Sheets Now Available
- Click here to download the Q&A, Part I sheet pertaining to both RFPs (Nov. 14, 2018)
- Click here to download the Q&A, Part II sheet pertaining to both RFPs (Nov. 21, 2018)
For More Information:
Members of the Fraport Transition Team are available to speak with you directly about your response. Once you’ve had an opportunity to review the RFP information, we invite you to contact any of the Fraport team members below to coordinate a phone discussion with any specific questions. Similarly, as we get questions that we view as relevant to the entire group, we will maintain a Q&A Document and periodically upload it to the same links listed above. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to the next phase of the process.
Fraport Transition Team
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