The European Commission (EC) has given the green light for UK global investment manager AMP Capital Investors and Spanish airports operator Aena Internacional to acquire joint control of London Luton Airport. In April, private investment firm Ardian announced plans to sell its 49% stake in the airport to AMP Capital. At the time, AMP Capital said it would continue to develop Luton in partnership with Aena. On June 11, the EC issued a statement approving the deal. “AMP Capital, ...

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