Natalija Trivić, Director of Banja Luka International Airport, hosted the management of VINCI Airports and Nikola Tesla Belgrade International Airport today, with whom she discussed the possibilities of cooperation on the development of Banja Luka International Airport.
On that occasion, Natalija Trivić introduced the representatives of VINCI Airports to the infrastructure, technical and operational possibilities, the potential of the Cargo Center, the capacities that Banja Luka International Airport has at its disposal, and presented the investment development plan for improving the provision of air traffic services.
Emanuel Menanto, Director of VINCI Airports for the United States of America, Northern and Eastern Europe and Southeast Asia, introduced the management of Banja Luka International Airport to the business of VINCI Airports, a global company that is the world’s leading airport operator, which builds and manages 53 airports in 12 countries around the world, providing its investment capacities and knowledge in the optimization of operational performances, modernization of infrastructure and environmental transition management. Emanuel Menanto expressed his interest in cooperation on the development programs of Banja Luka International Airport.
The meeting was also attended by Francois Berrisot, general manager of Nikola Tesla Belgrade International Airport, Miodrag Mirković, chief commercial director of Nikola Tesla Belgrade International Airport and her Excellency Bojana Kondić Panić, ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina in France.
The visit of the management of VINCI Airports to Banja Luka International Airport was preceded by a meeting with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Srpska, Radovan Višković, and the Minister of Transport and Communications, Nedeljko Čubrilović.