Ryanair expresses interest in Spanish airport privatisation

Ryanair is keen to get involved in the privatisation of Spanish airports, the airline’s sales chief Peter Bellew has said.

18th June, 2014
Ryanair has previously expressed an interest in becoming involved in airport ownership.

Ryanair is keen to get involved in the privatisation of Spanish airports, the airline’s sales chief Peter Bellew has said.

Last week, the Spanish government announced that it plans to sell 49 per cent of the state-owned airport operator Aena Aeropuertos after completing a cost-cutting program. The government expects to sell 21 per cent of the company to a group of core investors before placing 28 per cent of the company in a...

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