Aina closes the door to transferring Pratt's administration to General State

Aina closes the door to transferring Pratt's administration to General State


Aena does not consider it possible to cede Barcelona El Prat Airport to public jurisdiction, and rules out a process similar to the one agreed by the government with the ERC to transfer the management of Rodalies, the Catalan railway service. Aena's president, Morisi Lucena, yesterday described the relocation of the second largest airport in its network, after Madrid-Barajas, as “practically impossible”.


The Airport Group is 51% state-controlled through the Enaire Group, following the partial privatization of the company in 2015. The Aena president noted that the group's position with public and private shareholders and the same legal regulations as the company (through Law 18/2014) make it “difficult to… Very “transfer of the airport to Catalonia, and pointed out that at the present time “the transport controversy has not been raised” as it happened years ago. Lucena presented, in an interview with the media, the company's strategic plan, through which it aims to achieve its goals of transporting 310 million passengers and increasing Profitability of 20% by 2026.

“Things went much better than we expected and the doubts were removed,” Lucina summed up. “We are in a sweet moment, the sweetest in the company’s history.” Aena reached 283 million passengers at its airport network in Spain last year, surpassing the pre-pandemic record of 2019, and well above the development estimated in its initially planned plans.

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