The board of directors at Spain’s state-owned airport operator Aena Aeropuertos has approved the company’s participation in the tender process to expand, maintain and operate three airports in Brazil.
Ryanair has strongly criticised BAA’s request for a judicial review into the Competition Commission’s decision requiring it to sell off Stansted, and has called for the government to instead push through an early sale.
Spain has appointed an independent valuer to calculate the complete value of Aena Airports and the companies operating in Madrid-Barajas and Barcelona-El Prat.
BAA moved a step closer to refinancing its debt by agreeing new lending facilities with...
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