German firm HOCHTIEF has sold its airports business to a Canadian pension fund manager for €1.1 billion.
German construction company HOCHTIEF has said that the sale of its airport business arm has been delayed and may no longer happen this year because of the “macroeconomic situation”.
German airport operator Fraport has confirmed that it is no longer bidding for the international airport portfolio of HOCHTIEF AirPort (HTA).
German airport operator Fraport has confirmed that it is in the bidding to buy the international airport portfolio of HOCHTIEF AirPort (HTA).
HNA Group, the parent company of Chinese airline Hainan Airlines, is bidding for HOCHTIEF AirPort (HTA), which, according to reports in the Wall Street Journal, it values at more than €1 billion or $1.42 billion.
Australia's MAp Group has reached an agreement to swap its assets in Brussels and Copenhagen airports with Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan (OTPP) in a deal worth $1.7 billion.
Budapest Airport has officially unveiled its new €100 million ‘SkyCourt’ terminal that it hopes will help it become a key regional hub for Central and Eastern Europe.
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