Italy has completed its listing of Italian air navigation services provider (ANSP) ENAV on the Italian stock exchange, valuing the company at approximately €1.8 billion ($2 billion). ENAV, which was 100% owned by the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finances, provides civil air traffic services for 43 Italian airports and the whole of the country’s airspace from four area control centers. The company handles around 1.8 million flights a year. “Calculated on the basis of the ...

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