Irish low-cost carrier (LCC) Ryanair is considering participating in an initial public offering (IPO) by Spanish national airport and air navigation services provider AENA. The Spanish government hopes to divest 49% of AENA, which is reportedly valued at €16 billion ($20 billion). The loss-making AENA operates all 46 airports around the country. Ryanair confirmed Monday that its head of marketing Peter Bellew had said it was interested in the part-privatization process. It declined to ...
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