ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece has launched a tender for the long-term lease of its southern regional airport of Kalamata as the country seeks infrastructure investments to tap its all-important tourism industry, its sovereign wealth fund HCAP said on Thursday.
HCAP has set a Nov. 4 deadline for suitors to express initial interest. Those shortlisted will be then eligible to submit binding bids.
The fund seeks to modernise and expand the fast-growing airport of Kalamata which is seen handling some 500,000 passengers by 2030.
(Reporting by Angeliki Koutantou; editing by Jonathan Oatis)