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IPO Pricing Values Aena At Up To EUR€8 Bln

October 24, 2014

The preliminary price range for state-owned Spanish airport operator Aena's initial public offering has been set at between EUR€41.50 and EUR€53.50 a share, a public body advising the government said in a report on Friday.
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IPO Pricing Values Aena At Up To EUR€8 Bln

Oil Discovered Near London's Gatwick Airport

October 24, 2014

A consortium of oil explorers, including Solo Oil and Magellan Petroleum, estimates there are up to 20 million barrels of oil at a new oil field near London's Gatwick airport.
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Oil Discovered Near London's Gatwick Airport

US Doctor With Ebola Went Through Enhanced JFK Screening

October 24, 2014

The doctor who has been diagnosed with Ebola in New York City arrived at JFK airport on October 17 and went through the ramped-up screening for people arriving from the worst-hit West African countries.
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US Doctor With Ebola Went Through Enhanced JFK Screening

China Approves USD$24.5 Bln Airport, Rail Projects

October 22, 2014

China has approved construction of five airports and three rail projects worth CNY150 billion yuan (USD$24.5 billion), the latest move to speed up infrastructure projects to boost growth.
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China Approves USD$24.5 Bln Airport, Rail Projects

Asur Reports Higher Q3 Profit

October 22, 2014

Mexican airport operator Asur, which operates Cancun and eight other airports in southern Mexico, said its third-quarter profit rose 14 percent, as passenger traffic increased.
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Aena Rejects Renegotiation Of Madrid Duty Free Contracts

October 21, 2014

Spanish airport operator Aena said it will not renegotiate rental contracts with Italian retailer World Duty Free at Madrid's Barajas airport.
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Aena Rejects Renegotiation Of Madrid Duty Free Contracts

Ferrovial Consortium To Buy Three UK Airports

October 16, 2014

Spanish infrastructure company Ferrovial has teamed up with Macquarie Infrastructure Fund to buy three regional British airports for GBP£1.048 billion (USD$1.7 billion).
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Ferrovial Consortium To Buy Three UK Airports

Fraport Has To Rerun Ground Services Tender

October 15, 2014

Fraport must rerun a tender for a ground services contract at Frankfurt airport, a German administrative court has ruled, saying the original process contained errors.
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Fraport Has To Rerun Ground Services Tender

Spain Picks Core Shareholders For Aena

October 14, 2014

Spain will sell a 21 percent stake in state-owned airports operator Aena to CorporaciĆ³n Financiera Alba, Ferrovial and British investment fund TCI.
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Spain Picks Core Shareholders For Aena

UK Begins Ebola Screening At Heathrow

October 14, 2014

Britain has begun screening passengers arriving at London's Heathrow Airport from West Africa for signs of the Ebola virus.
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UK Begins Ebola Screening At Heathrow

Australia's IFM Looking To Buy Into Vienna Airport

October 13, 2014

Australia's IFM Investors plans to buy a stake of up to 29.9 percent in Vienna Airport for a maximum of EUR€502 million (USD$637 million), expanding its portfolio of European infrastructure assets.
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Australia's IFM Looking To Buy Into Vienna Airport

Ebola Screening Starts At JFK Airport

October 11, 2014

Medical teams at New York's JFK airport, armed with Ebola questionnaires and temperature guns, began screening passengers from three West African countries on Saturday as US health authorities stepped up efforts to stop the spread of the virus.
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Ebola Screening Starts At JFK Airport

Las Vegas Flight Quarantined In Ebola False Alarm

October 10, 2014

A Delta Air Lines plane was briefly quarantined on the tarmac at Las Vegas Airport on Friday due to an Ebola scare that turned out to be a false alarm.
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Las Vegas Flight Quarantined In Ebola False Alarm

Three Binding Bids For Greek Airport Leases

October 10, 2014

Greece has received three binding bids from Greek and foreign firms to lease 14 of the country's 39 regional airports under the country's asset sales plan.
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UK To Start Screening Passengers For Ebola

October 9, 2014

Britain said it would start screening passengers entering the country through London's two main airports and the Eurostar rail link for possible cases of the Ebola virus.
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UK To Start Screening Passengers For Ebola