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AAI invites bids for ad display rights at Surat Airport

24-November-2010
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AAI invites bids for ad display rights at Surat Airport

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has invited bids under the ‘two-packet’ system from reputed firms offering exclusive display ad rights at civil aerodrome, Surat Airport. The contract will be awarded for a period of five years to display advertisements on glow signs and hoardings. The total advertisement area being offered is more than 1,000 sq. ft.

The earnest money deposit (EMD) required is Rs 93,000, while the minimum reserve license fee per month is Rs 77,500.

The eligibility criteria specifies that interested parties should have a minimum experience of two years in the ad display business at transportation centres like airports, seaports, railways, bus terminals, etc.

Applicants will be required to submit the EMD through a demand draft or pay order from any nationalised or scheduled bank. The demand draft or pay order should be drawn in favour of AAI, payable at Surat.

Tender documents indicating full details of the license can be obtained on payment of Rs 250 from the office of the Airport Controller, Airports Authority of India, Civil Aerodrome, Surat, on any working day up to December 14, 2010.

Tender documents, duly completed in all respects, need to be submitted latest by 3 pm on December 14, 2010. The technical bids will be opened on the same day at 3.30 pm.

 

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