21.10.2009
FLUG REVUE

BAA sells Gatwick Airport

BAA today announced that it has agreed to sell its 100% interest in Gatwick Airport Limited to an entity controlled by Global Infrastructure Partners for £1.51 billion.

Of the sale price, £55 million is conditional on future traffic performance and the buyer's future capital structure. Proceeds will be used to primarily repay part of BAA's existing debt.

BAA announced its plans to sell Gatwick in September 2008, before the end of the Competition Commission's UK airports market investigation.
Colin Matthews, BAA's Chief Executive, said: "BAA is changing and today's announcement marks a new beginning for both Gatwick and BAA. We wish Gatwick well for the future and are confident that the airport will flourish under new ownership. BAA will focus on improving Heathrow and our other airports."




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