Spain’s two largest airports,
Singapore Changi (SIN) handled
Abu Dhabi International (AUH) increased
US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) said
Spain’s two largest airports, Madrid Barajas (MAD) and Barcelona El Prat (BCN), will not be sold, at least for the time being. The previously planned sale had aimed to raise over €5 billion. However, Spanish development minister Ana Pastor said that the current economic climate is not conducive to selling airports authority AENA, owner and operator of MAD and BCN. Singapore Changi (SIN) handled 46.54 million passengers in 2011, up 10.7% over 2010 and a new annual record. ...
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