The airline operator’s intention is to diversify its unregulated business income sources within the country, according to newspaper Cinco Días. This type of business alone, represented 27% of Aena’s income at the close of this year’s second semester, which translates into 1.144 million euro.
It is not yet known which type of assets can be developed in these terrains. This information as well as the areas and prices will only be known when British Arup finishes its assessments. However, according to the same newspaper, Aena’s management predicts that it will build in those terrains, airport complimentary services, such as commercial, business and logistic areas and even hotels.
As to the type of business, the same newspaper advanced that Aena intends to consolidate future contracts using the conventional co-investment model.