Airport activity

Aena Internacional is present in 23 airports in five countries: United Kingdom, Brazil, Mexico, Jamaica and Colombia.

Through Aena International, Aena holds a 51 per cent stake in the capital of the concession company of London-Luton airport. This makes Aena the controlling shareholder in the aforesaid airport.

It is also present in Mexico with a stake in Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico, SAB de CV (GAP), which operates 12 airports in that country through the company Aeropuertos Mexicanos del Pacífico, SAPI de CV (AMP). AMP is the strategic partner of GAP by virtue of its 17.4% capital stake and a management and technology transfer contract, in which Aena International is GAP's operating partner. GAP also owns 100% of the DCA company, which has a 74.5% shareholding in MBJ Airports Limited, the Montego Bay airport operator, in Jamaica. As of October 2019, GAP controls operation and management of Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston (Jamaica).

The presence in Colombia is divided between two airports, Cali and Cartagena de Indias, where it is a stakeholder in the different concession companies and acts as operating partner.

Additionally, Aena Internacional was declared by the ANAC ( Brazilian National Civil Aviation Administration) to the be the winner of the auction held relating to the 30-year concession of the North-eastern Brazil airport group, which is made up of six airports (Juazeiro do Norte-Orlando Bezerra de Menezes, Recife/Guararapes-Gilberto Freyre, Joao Pessoa-Presidente Castro Pinto, Campina Grande-Presidente Joao Suassuna, Aracaju-Santa Maria, Maceió-Zumbi dos Palmares). As of January 2020, the concession company created to that effect, Aeroportos del Nordeste, periodically starts operations on each of the airports.