A concession agreement is to be signed this week for the operations of the Norman Manley International Airport.
It will be signed between the Government and the Mexican firm, Grupo Aeroportuario del PacÌfico (GAP),, which was selected last month by the Development Bank of Jamaica to manage the airport under a public-private partnership.
The Prime Minister and the Minister of Transport will sign the 25 year concession agreement with GAP on Thursday.
The Mexican firm already has 74.5 per cent control of the Sangster International Airport through consortium MBJ Airports in partnership with Vantage Group of Canada.
During the concession period, GAP will be responsible for operating Norman Manley International and improving the efficiency of both landside and airside operations.
It will also finance and complete the planned modernisation and expansion as well as maintain and upgrade the airport's facilities.