Veni, Vidi, Vinci – We came, we saw, we bought airports
French conglomerate Vinci makes a welcome return to international airport financing and operations as its division Vinci Concessions – which calls itself “private partner of public interest” – let it be known that it has aspirations to acquire Hochtief’s airport assets, although it appears, so far, not to be attracted by BAA’s Edinburgh Airport. [1507 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Hochtief’s interesting mix of airport investments
- Weighing its options at Edinburgh?
- Would Vinci have another go at Luton?
Graphs and data:
- Athens International Airport seat capacity by carrier: 21-Nov-2011 to 27-Nov-2011
- London Luton Airport seat capacity by carrier: 21-Nov-2011 to 27-Nov-2011
- Nantes Atlantique Airport seat capacity by carrier: 21-Nov-2011 to 27-Nov-2011
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