Monthly Archives: November 2013

Airlines request consensus before the Aena privatisation Standard

TUI aircraft in Lanzarote airport / Fotolia

On October 21 the Government’s Consulting Council of Privatisation—CCP—published a report which confirmed the fact that they are now open to privatise Aena by 60% as we had informed that the Council of Ministers shall approve a Royal Decree to authorise the privatisation process of Aena Aeropuertos. Aena Aeropuertos to be split in three partsThe first part would be a stable nucleus with a group of leading shareholders made up of 3 to 5 investors, to purchase shares by between 20% and 30% of the Capital Stock. Each investor would have an individual share between 5% and 10%. Amongst other requirements, these investors would…