Netherlands Airport Consultants (NACO)


Companies from South Korea and the Netherlands have also been engaged to offer consultancy on airport city development. According to a master plan devised by Netherlands Airport Consultants for IKIA Airport City Company, the airport’s passenger capacity is to increase to 30 million per year within the next five years from the current 7 million.
The master plan for the IKIA Airport City includes creating a 1,500-hectare free trade zone and a 2,500-hectare special economic zone in a 13,700-hectare area surrounding IKIA." (January 2018)

"According to Fakhrieh-Kashan, the deal [with Bouygues] was canceled three months ago by the Iranian side because Bouygues failed to fulfill its obligations on time. The French firm was supposed to work with the Netherlands’ Airport Consultants, which is engaged in consulting on aspects of constructions.The deputy minister noted that Bouygues failed to provide Naco with plans and reports as scheduled." (May 2017)


"Tehran’s international airport is in the early stages of a gradual reinvention, part of a long-term plan to boost trade and turn Iran into a regional hub after its nuclear deal. Central to these hopes are two new terminals and a vast airport free-trade area that includes sections for industry, logistics, hotels and conference centers. While still in its early stages, the government is hoping the overarching development—called Imam Khomeini Airport City—will convince foreign companies and international carriers to start choosing Tehran over other regional hubs... Iran has hired Netherlands Airport Consultants, or NACO, which has worked on major airport projects in Mexico City, Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, as its main adviser." (Wall Street Journal, "Iran Lays Groundwork for Regional Airport Hub in Tehran," 10/4/2016).