Aena is a commercial company that manages 46 airports and 2 heliports in Spain.
The Company participates directly and indirectly in the management of an additional 23 airports in Europe and the Americas, including London's Luton Airport, in which it holds a 51% stake, and the Northeast Brazil airport group made up of six airports, which will be managed by the concession company to be set up for this purpose and owned in its entirety by Aena Desarrollo Internacional.
Aena is the world's leading airport operator in terms of passenger traffic. Last year, more than 263 million passengers have passed through its airports.
Aena's airports are among the most modern and functional in the world, outfitted with cutting-edge technology.
Last year Aena presented its Real Estate Plans for the airports of Madrid and Barcelona, unique and innovative projects representing a great economic development opportunity for all.
The Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport will become an economic and digital services centre, a facility for the attraction of innovative activities in the Mediterranean arc, characterised by:
• Proposing a set of uses in accord with the airport's positioning and strengths, thereby bolstering its temporal resilience.
• Integrating the delta’s assets into its management, with an environmentally responsible design.
The Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, meanwhile, will be reinforced as a gateway to connectivity and the global economy. This project will be executed around three axes:
• The creation of Spain's largest logistics node
• Positioning the airport as a global business hub
• Services for the airport's passengers and areas of influence
In short, these are models of success that enhance the factors of excellence of these territories and their airports, turning them into leaders in their field worldwide, and responding to the needs of both their users and areas of influence.