The specifications for the tender for the concession were published on February 17, 2023 in the Contractor Profile of the Government of Aragon and an annual fee of 1.4 million euros per year (without VAT) was established with a duration of 25 years. extendable for 10 more years. Due to the need to start up the activity, a progressive canon has been established. The first year 20% will be paid, the second year 30%, the third year 40%, the fourth year 60% and the fifth year 80%. From the sixth year until the end of the concession, 100% of the canon offered by the concessionaire will be paid. The term for the presentation of offers ended on March 31, 2023.
By Resolution of June 27, 2023 of the Management of the Teruel Airport Consortium, the company Tarmac Aragón SLU was awarded. The initial annual fee to be paid by the concessionaire company will be 1,500,000.00 euros per year plus the corresponding VAT.
Teruel Airport includes a new hangar in its facilities, being the only hangar in Spain with these characteristics. It will be possible to carry out aircraft maintenance work on two A380s or six A321s. The investment for this installation has been 23 million euros (without VAT). The works began in August 2020 for the movement of earth, fencing and foundations and in December 2021 for the construction of the hangar, finishing the work on March 9, 2023.
This new gigantic hangar will increase business figures and the creation of 150 additional jobs and positions Teruel Airport as the leading infrastructure in the global aerospace industrial sector.
It is the largest hangar with capacity for two A380s in Spain with a wingspan of 80 m each, with total dimensions of 200 m wide and almost 100 m deep. With a height of 39 meters, it is the highest in Spain, and is equivalent to a 13-storey building. The total area is 18,000 m2, just over 16,000 useful m2. With a modular main door 184 meters wide and 27 meters high.
The structure is made up of 11,055 bars with an average length of 4.5 meters. It has some 3,000 spheres of unions, some up to a diameter of 45 centimeters.
The building has 6,363 belts that have an average length of 4.5 meters. In addition to the maintenance work area, it has 2,500 m2 of office space and 3,600 m2 of workshops and a 25,000 m2 paved platform. Likewise, it includes a parking lot with 160 vehicle stalls and several electric charging stations that will be managed by the Consortium.
An additional parking lot for 160 vehicles managed by the Consortium has been built