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Aena October Passenger Traffic Up 1.5% YoY
Aena Registers New Commercial Paper Programme On AIAF For 900 Mln Euros - BME
Aena Launches Euro-Commercial Paper Program For Up To 900 Mln Euros
Aena SME SA, formerly Aena SA, is a Spain-based company primarily engaged in the airports operation. Its activities are divided into four segments: Airports, which comprises Aeronautical subdivision, responsible for the management of airports, jetways, security, handling, cargo and fuel services, among others, as well as Commercial subdivision, including duty-free and specialty stores, restaurant services, car rental, as well as banking services and advertising; Services outside the terminal, which manages real estate assets, such as parking lots, warehouses and lands; International, which comprises operations of Company’s subsidiary, Aena Desarrollo Internacional SA, that invests in other airport owners principally in Mexico, Colombia and the United Kingdom; and Others, encompassing corporate activities. It manages tourism, hub and regional airports, as well as heliports and general aviation areas. Furthermore, its destination range comprises Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa.
Maurici Lucena Betriu
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Jose Leo Vizcaino
Chief Financial Officer
Javier Marin San Andres
Begona Gosalvez Mayordomo
Director of Human Resources and Organization
Jose Manuel Fernandez Bosch
Director of Commercial Services and Real Estate Management
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Spain's Aena SME SA and Switzerland's Flughafen Zuerich AG on Friday won the right to operate two key Brazilian airport groups, in one of the first tests of President Jair Bolsonaro's ability to draw foreign investment.
Spanish airports operator Aena was prevented by its state shareholder Enaire from making a bid for toll-road concessions company Abertis, the company said on Wednesday.
* No plans to sell more shares in airport operator in months ahead
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