A delicate for the bus transport move administration from and to the new Istanbul air terminal has been dropped by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality on the ground that "no open intrigue rises up out of the agreement.
The Altur-Havaş-Free Turizm consortium had won the delicate on Sept. 4 of every 475.5 million Turkish Lira ($71.2 million on that day's rate) offer, including VAT. The tender for bus transfer services to the new Istanbul Airport was canceled.
Subject to significant endorsements, the working time frame for the consortium was a 10-year term, beginning from the opening date of the new Istanbul air terminal on Oct. 29.
Istanbul Mayor Mevlüt Uysal didn't negate the contact, state-run Anadolu Agency gave an account of Sept. 13, referring to the insufficiencies in open great as any delicate member didn't raise its offer.
Another delicate will be held in the up and coming days and the required measures have been taken not to lead any issues in transport administrations for the new air terminal on Oct. 29 and in the next days, as indicated by the report.
While 24 delicate particulars were taken for the agreement with an expected 468 million lira esteem, just five organizations and consortiums presented their offer envelopes.
Sarılar Turizm offered its offer on Sept. 4, however, the idea of the last was discovered ineligible by the delicate commission.
Two others, Tureks Turizm Taşımacılık, and Istanbul Halk Ulaşım, didn't make an offer, yet distributed a letter of much obliged.
Various offers were offered in three visits by the Altur-Havaş-Free Turizm consortium and another bidder, Platform Turizm.
The consortium won the delicate with its 475.48 million lira offer.
The consortium was required to convey 75,000 travelers between 18 courses in the downtown area and the new air terminal consistently.
Otobüs A.ş., claimed by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, on Sept. 27 won the delicate for the bus transport move administration from and to the new Istanbul air terminal.
Nine organizations offered their offer, yet Otobüs A.ş. won the agreement with a 750 million Turkish Lira ($125 million) offer at the delicate, which was held by the Istanbul Public Transport Authority, or İETT.
The past delicate was dropped by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality on Sept. 13 on the grounds that "no open intrigue rises up out of the agreement."
The Altur-Havaş-Free Turizm consortium had won the delicate on Sept. 4 out of a 475.5 million lira ($79 million on that day's rate) offer, including VAT.
The champ was relied upon to convey 75,000 travelers between 18 courses in the downtown area and the new air terminal regularly for a 10-year time frame.