Edinburgh Airport Concession Agreement
In 1952, the runway was extended to 6000 ft to operate the FB5 vampires operated by the established 603 squadron; and an aircraft blocking a safety net has been installed to protect traffic on the adjacent A9. The network remained in place until the early 1970s and was used to stop one of the Ferranti Flying Unit Buccaneers who had crushed the runway. Another use was made in 1970, when a TT20 meteor, operated by the RN Fleet Requirement Unit, invaded the airstrip and ended up on the network. In 1956, a new passenger terminal was built to provide improved commercial service; It was renewed five years later. After the dissolution of the 603 squadron in March 1957, the Ministry of Aviation transferred ownership to the Ministry of Aviation in 1960 to provide the airport with an improved commercial service. The flight was temporarily diverted to East Fortune, where its runway was extended to accommodate passenger aircraft of that time. [Citation required] The airport indicated that all interested parties had been given the opportunity to make their submissions and challenged any violation of competition law. The bus and coach company was the subject of an interim procedure to close the tendering process and efforts to terminate an agreement between the companies were also suspended. On 19 October 2011, BAA Limited announced its intention to sell the airport following the commitment of the UK competition commission BAA to sell either Glasgow Airport or Edinburgh Airport.  BAA announced on April 23, 2012 that it had sold Edinburgh Airport to Global Infrastructure Partners for $807.2 million.  The airport is located on the A8 and is accessible via the M8 and M9 motorways. The airport is also accessible from the M90 via Queensferry Crossing. Edinburgh Airport (IATA: EDI, ICAO: EGPH) is an airport located in the Scottish city of Edinburgh.
It was the busiest airport in Scotland in 2019 and carried more than 14.7 million passengers. It was also the sixth largest airport in the UK with a total number of passengers in 2019.   It is located 5 NM (9.3 km) west of downtown, directly on the M8 and M9 motorways. It is managed by Global Infrastructure Partners, which is also a minority shareholder in Gatwick Airport.  The airport has a runway and a passenger terminal and employs about 2500 people. Announcing the signing of the concession agreement, Transport for Edinburgh Executive Chief George Lowder MBE said: “Transport for Edinburgh is pleased to have concluded the concession agreement with Serco, which sets out the conditions for a long and fruitful partnership. At the same time, we worked with the Serco team to develop the details of the roll-out and the program. This collaboration has been extremely positive and productive, and we look forward to the launch of the service in September. The technological update will allow Moroccan airports to stick to Eurocontrol`s collaborative decision-making (A-MDP) vision. The order from the National Airports Office (ONDA) provides that the Belgian supplier of airport lighting solutions uses airport operating solutions at 22 airports in Morocco. As part of the agreement, Emaar will develop 10% of the land area of the 50 km2 mega-airport, the state-run WAM news agency reported.
The airport does not have a train station. However, it is served by the nearby Edinburgh Gateway station, which serves as a connection to Edinburgh`s trams at the airport.  The tram line also connects the airport to Edinburgh Park Station.  The consortium of ADP, Fraport and MAG proposed the highest concession fee for the operation of Sofia Airport in Bulgaria, after the Ministry of Transport submitted offers in May.