Genoa Airport the latest Italian airport privatisation prospect but is the sector still attractive?

Italy’s Aeroporto di Genova (Genoa Airport)’s privatisation is under an ENAC investigation procedure. 

Not only is Italy one of the few European countries where independent regional airports are still being at least partly privatised or traded to any significant degree, but the country was one of the first in Europe to begin privatising its airport system, including a listing for Aeroporti di Roma (AdR).

Even so it is, with few exceptions, a piecemeal form of privatisation in many cases, with legions of municipalities retaining their interests, albeit often on a reduced scale.

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