Ferrovial

Ferrovial

Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

Ferrovial is the world's largest private manager of transportation infrastructure and a leading services provider. It is one of Spain's most international companies, operating in 49 countries, with a workforce of 107,000 and assets totalling 48.2 billion euros.

The merger with Cintra, strengthens Ferrovial's business model, which is focused on end-to-end infrastructure management, design, financing , construction, operation and maintenance. To this end, the company is active in complementary sectors, such as airport and toll road construction and operation, as well as services.

Ferrovial manages landmark assets such as Heathrow airport, and the Chicago Skyway, Ausol, Autema and 407 ETR toll roads. It also provides services to more than 800 municipalities in Spain and to the millions of London Underground and Madrid Metro users.

Company Profile

  • Ferrovial Airports

    Ferrovial Airports is the division that integrates all of Ferrovial's airport operations and management activities. The most important company in this division is BAA (www.baa.com), with eight airports. In addition, Ferrovial also manages Cerro Moreno Airport in Antofagasta (Chile).

    A consortium led by Ferrovial acquired BAA in July 2006, with the participation of Caisse de Dépôt et placement du Québec and Baker Street Investment. BAA owns seven airports in the United Kingdom: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, as well as one in Italy (Naples).

    More than 151.4 million passengers used one of BAA's airports in 2008, and a total of 337 airlines operated in these airports, with flights to 811 destinations.

    The three London airports which are the company's most important, serve some 123 million passengers every year. Heathrow, the third biggest airport in the world and the Group's largest, registered traffic of 67 million in 2008.

    At Heathrow, the opening of T5 in March 2008 was the first step in the transformation of the airport. The investment program planned until 2013 will involve the construction of a new terminal (Heathrow East), to replace T1 and T2, and the refurbishment of Terminals 3 and 4. When all these projects have been completed, 70% of passengers will be using new terminals and the remaining 30% will have been refurbished.

    In January 2009, the British government approved the construction of a third runway, representing a crucial step in the development of Heathrow airport. BAA is committed to ensuring compliance with strict environmental limits before increasing the number of flights at the airport.

    Ferrovial Airports

Company News

  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    Heathrow saw its busiest ever March with a record 5.95 million passengers travelling through the UK’s hub, an increase of 3.4% on March 2014 as the airport benefitted from an earlier Easter travel rush.Within emerging …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    Íñigo Meirás, CEO of Ferrovial, was presented with the National Innovation Award, in the Internationalisation category, by King Felipe VI in Valladolid on Tuesday. Ferrovial was recognised for the application of innovation in various areas …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    Today Ferrovial completed a 300 million euro bond issue maturing in 2024. The bonds will pay an annual coupon of 2.5%. Today Ferrovial successfully completed an 10-year 300 million euro senior bond issue, placed …
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  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    The company's goal is for this new blog, www.infraestructurasinteligentes.com, to become a key source of information in the transport infrastructure and services sector. Experts in infrastructure development and funding, mobility and sustainable …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    Revenue increased by 3.1% in like-for-like terms. There was notable growth in International Construction (17.7%), Amey (7.6%), Toll Roads (6.8%) and BAA (5.3%).The main assets reflect the improvement in traffic which, together with …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    In accordance with the provisions of article 82 of the Securities Market Law (Ley del Mercado de Valores), FERROVIAL, S.A. (the "Company" or "FERROVIAL") hereby notifies the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    The enterprise value of the operation is approximately 880 million euro.Swissport, the world's leading passenger and cargo handling company, operates in 38 countries.The company obtained €1.124 billion euro in revenues and €81mn in EBITDA in …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    BAA today announces that it has agreed to sell its interest in Naples International Airport to an entity controlled by F2i SGR SpA, an Italian infrastructure fund, for €150 million. BAA owns 65% …
  • Ferrovial - Private Airport Operator

    The transaction intends to establish a market valuation of BAA.Ferrovial will maintain its position as strategic partner and the largest shareholder.Ferrovial emphasizes its commitment as a long term investor in BAA.Ferrovial has started a process …
  • Ferrovial New - August 4, 2009

    Birmingham City Council has today announced Amey as the preferred bidder for its £2.7bn highways maintenance and management private finance initiative (PFI) contract. The contract, a substantial boost for the region, will increase employment and …

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Ferrovial
C/ Caleruega 102-104
Edificio Ofipinar, pl. 9 28033
Madrid