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Brisbane Airport is the third-busiest airport in Australia in terms of passenger traffic and has been a strong performer, with solid passenger growth since privatisation in 1997. Brisbane Airport has undertaken a number of successful property development, further contributing to its strong performance.
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Autovia del Noroeste (Aunor) operates a 62.4km motorway (RM-15) located in Murcia, Spain under a shadow toll regime. The concession for the construction and the operation of the motorway was granted by the Regional Government of Murcia in May 1999 and expires in September 2026. Aunor benefits from robust patronage with traffic currently 158% above the maximum guaranteed average daily traffic, ensuring very stable cashflows. Aunor is owned by Sacyr Concesiones (51%) and Eiser Infrastructure (49%).
Sydney Airport is Australia’s largest airport and operates under a long-term lease from the Australian Government. The company develops and maintains the airport infrastructure, including car parking, and leases terminal space to airlines and retailers. Sydney Airport is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: SYD).
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