The share price for the much-delayed part-privatization of Spain’s state airport operator, AENA, has been set at a high €58 ($66) per share, making it one of the biggest in Europe over the past 12 months. The AENA stake is being sold by ENAIRE, which provides air navigation services in Spanish airspace. It owns 100% of AENA, which manages a network of 46 airports and two heliports in Spain. Initially, ENAIRE will offer 44.55% of the AENA share capital, although this can be ...

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