Over 50 airlines investing in airports – for varying reasons

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A surprising number of airlines have said at one time or another that they would like to invest in one or more airports, and possibly to manage them as part of the bargain. Some have done it.

There are numerous reasons for such decisions, from the altruistic to the outright commercial, with the degree of risk running from very little to acute.

This report focusses on four airline examples, in Thailand, Japan, Germany and Qatar.

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