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  1. VINCI Airports to acquire the majority shareholding in London Gatwick Airport VINCI Airports, a VINCI Concessions subsidiary, today signed an agreement to acquire from current shareholders an effective 50.01% stake in Gatwick Airport Limited, a freehold property airport. The transaction is expected to complete in the first half of 2019. The other 49.99% will be managed by Global Infrastructure Partners. DEVELOPMENT 27.12.2018 VINCI Airports is pleased to partner with Global Infrastructure Partners and to benefit from its deep experience and expertise with the airport since 2009. In the year ended 31 March 2018, Gatwick Airport Group reported total revenue of GBP 764.2 million, with EBITDA of GBP 411.2 million. After the closing, VINCI Airports will be able to fully consolidate the Gatwick Airport. The consideration payable for the 50.01% stake is approximately GBP2.9 billion, subject to closing adjustments. The transaction represents a rare opportunity to acquire an airport of such size and quality and fits extremely well with VINCI Concessions long-term investment horizon. Gatwick Airport is an outstanding asset with further growth potential. This acquisition represents a major strategic move by VINCI Airports into a strongly performing airport located in a globally significant aviation market. Gatwick will become the largest single airport in VINCI Airports growing worldwide network. Key strategic highlights include: · Second largest airport in the UK: LGW is part of the largest O&D market in the world London. The airports in the London system handled over 170 million passenger journeys in 2017. LGW is strategically located to the south of London as its second largest airport, handles over 46 million passengers per annum and serves 228 destinations in 74 countries. It has strong relationships with some leading airlines including EasyJet and British Airways, whilst building new relationships with carriers such as China Eastern. · Most efficient airport in the world: LGW operates the busiest single runway in the world. In 2017, it hit a world record of 950 flights in a day. The airport constantly innovates in all areas of operations (for example passenger self-baggage drop, aircraft queuing systems, parking products) and reaches very high level of operational efficiency (for example high rates of passenger security screening) · Opportunity for further capacity development: LGW has a draft master plan to accommodate growing demand for air traffic through best use of its existing runway, an innovative potential scheme to further utilise its standby runway. · Freehold ownership structure: LGW is a freehold airport and such a perpetual property duration regime is extremely valuable for VINCI Airports as a long term strategic investor and operator · Commercial opportunities: further opportunities exist to grow the commercial offering to passengers Gatwick Airport has an impressive and highly experienced management team who will continue to manage the business and whom VINCI Airports is delighted to welcome to its global network. Nicolas Notebaert, Chief Executive Officer of VINCI Concessions and President of VINCI Airports: Creating synergies and sharing best practices being at the core of our values, the whole VINCI Airports network will benefit from Gatwick Airports world-class management and operational excellence, which has allowed it to deliver strong and steady growth in a very constrained environment. As Gatwicks new industrial partner, VINCI Airports will support and encourage growth of traffic, operational efficiency and leverage its international expertise in the development of commercial activities to further improve passenger satisfaction and experience. https://www.vinci-airports.com/en/news/vinci-airports-acquire-majority-shareholding-london-gatwick-airport
  2. El espectacular mapa del cielo de Londres el día con más tráfico aéreo de su historia. 4 Octubre, 2018 La popularización del avión como medio de transporte y el incremento de los vuelos operados por las compañías de bajo coste han situado los cielos de algunas ciudades al bordo de la saturación. Y es que en estos últimos meses, el tráfico aéreo ha alcanzado magnitudes impredecibles hace solo unos años. Hacerse una idea de la circulación de aeronaves resulta complicado. Sin embargo, NATS, el proveedor británico de servicios de navegación aérea, lo ha plasmado perfectamente en un vídeo en forma de mapa animado que muestra las 24 horas de movimientos de aviones sobre Londres del pasado 7 de agosto, el día con mayor actividad de todo el verano. Durante aquella jornada, los cinco aeropuertos de la capital operaron en conjunto alrededor de cinco mil vuelos. La secuencia es el reflejo de la situación que vive la ciudad. Y es que el tráfico en las instalaciones de Luton y Stansted ha experimentado un incremento del 30% en los últimos cuatro años, un volumen que se suma al de Heathrow -el aeropuerto más conectado del mundo y el octavo mejor del planeta-, Gatwick y London City. Durante los meses de junio, julio y agosto, volaron en el espacio aéreo del Reino Unido más de 736.000 aviones comerciales. La cifra ha supuesto un nuevo récord, ya que supera la establecida en 2017 y consolida seis años de crecimiento, tras la crisis financiera internacional de la última década. Un año de récords mundiales Los números verdes no se ciñen a Gran Bretaña. El pasado viernes 29 de junio se convirtió no solo en el día con más tráfico aéreo del mundo del año, sino en la jornada con mayor volumen de vuelos de la historia, con 202.157 movimientos. Según el servicio de monitoreo de vuelos Flightradar24, el momento de mayor afluencia llegó a concentrar hasta 19.000 aparatos simultáneos en el cielo.
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