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1 Aena Memoria / Annual report 2010

2 Annual Report 2010

3 The electronically edition of the Annual Report 2010 and the Aena Corporate Social Responsibility Report 2010 has saved approximately 2.8 tons of paper, with an estimated reduction of the environmental impact of 39.2 trees, 5.06 tons C0 2 and 133,333 litres of water. This annual report presents information corresponding to 2010 on the public company Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea, except for the section Legal information, which provides consolidated data on Aena and its holding companies. The chapter International development affords information on Aena Desarrollo Internacional S.A.

4 Annual Report 2010 Aena Anneal Report 2010 can be downloaded at the following Internet website: We welcome those who wish to send questions, contributions, suggestions or comments about the content of the Aena Annual Report to do so in any of the following ways: By post: Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (Aena) Dirección de Comunicación, 1ª planta C/ Arturo Soria, Madrid By By phone: By fax: (+34) (+34)

5 Annual Report 2010 Terminal 3 Malaga Airport Costal del Sol

6 Annual Report 2010 Index Información institucional / Institutional Information...8 Aena en cifras / Aena in Figures... 9 Presencia geográfica / Geographic Presence Evolución de magnitudes significativas / Progress of Signifi cant Magnitudes Infraestructuras / Infrastructures Navegación Aérea / Air Navigation Espacios y servicios comerciales / Commercial spaces and service Aena internacional / International development...69 Órganos rectores / Governing Bodies Organigrama / Organization Chart Carta del director general-presidente / Letter from the chairman Información legal / Legal Information...77 Informe de auditoría de cuentas consolidadas / Audit Report on Consolidated Account...78 Informe de gestión / Management Report Información general /General Information...22 Aeropuertos / Airports Cuentas anuales consolidadas / Consolidated Annual Accounts Estados financieros individuales / Individual Balance Sheets

7 Bilbao Airport Annual Report 2010

8 Annual report Institutional Information

9 Institutional Information Aena in Figures 1 Aena in figures Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (Aena) is the world s foremost airport operator in terms of passenger throughput. The Grupo Aena includes the subsidiary companies Aena Desarrollo Internacional S.A. and Clasa, with a 100% holding. Aena is a public company attached to the Ministry of Public Works of the Spanish Government. Spain has 47 airports and 2 heliports, with 193 million passengers and over 2.1 million operations in Spanish airports handled nearly 659,000 tons of cargo. In 2010 Aena was among the four most important providers of Air Navigation services in Europe, having controlled 1.89 million flights this year Aena Internacional is involved in the management of airport infrastructures in 27 airports scattered throughout Latin America (Mexico, Colombia, Cuba and Bolivia), EU (UK and Sweden) and in the United States that recorded about 49 million passengers in The investments paid by the Aena group equal 1,733 million Euros. Aena recorded a consolidated operating income of 3,094 million Euros. Aena operating expenses were Aena million Euros. On the 31st December 2010 Aena had 13,258 employees. The consolidated EBITDA was 904 million Euros. Annual report

10 Annual report 2010 Aircraft on approach to airport

11 Institutional Information Geographic presence 2 Geographic presence A Coruña Santiago Vigo Asturias León Salamanca Santander Burgos Valladolid Vitoria Bilbao San Sebastián Pamplona Huesca-Pirineos Logroño-Agoncillo Madrid-Torrejón Madrid-Barajas Madrid-Cuatro Vientos Zaragoza Reus Palma de Mallorca Valencia Girona-Costa Brava Sabadell Barcelona-El Prat Son Bonet Menorca Badajoz Albacete Ibiza Alicante Sevilla Córdoba Federico García Lorca Granada-Jaén Murcia-San Javier Aena in Spain La Gomera El Hierro La Palma Tenerife Sur Tenerife Norte Lanzarote Gran Canaria Jerez Fuerteventura Almería Málaga-Costa del Sol Algeciras Ceuta Melilla Airport Control Centre Heliport Airports: 47. Heliports: 2 (Ceuta and Algeciras). En-route and approach control centres: 5 (Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Palma de Mallorca and Canary Islands). Terminal area control centres: 2 (Santiago and Valencia). Control towers: Navegación Aerea provides air traffic service to 35 Aena Towers and two private airports. Radio-aids: 190 (ILS/DME: 48, VOR/DME: 74, NBD: 69). Surveillance systems: 52 (Primary Radars: 12, Secondary Radars: 29, Surface Radars: 6, Multilateration systems: 5) Annual report

12 Institutional Information Geographic presence Aena is the largest network of world airports Sweden 2,5 millions Management Contracts USA UK 14,2 millions Stockholm-Skavsta Atlanta Burbank Macon Raleigh-Durham Belfast Cardiff London-Luton Aena Airports Operated by Aena Airports participated through TBI Management and Advise contracts USA 1,1 millions Orlando-Sanford Airport operations advise contract Cuba (Ecasa) Spain 192,7 millions 47 airports 2 heliports Mexico 20,2 millions Tijuana San José del Cabo Puerto Vallarta Los Mochis La Paz Hermosillo Guadalajara Bajio Aguascalientes Manzanillo Mexicali Morela Colombia 7,2 millions Barranquilla Cartagena de Indias Cali Bolivia 3,7 millions La Paz Cochabamba Santa Cruz More than 241 million passengers in 74 airports and heliports *Traffic data on December 2010 Annual report

13 Institutional Information Trends in significant volumes 3 Trends in significant volumes Passengers (in millions): Cargo (in million tons): ,0 Operations (in millions): Flights managed by Navegación Aérea (in million air movements): 2,5 2,0 2,00 2,20 2,30 2,50 2,42 2,16 2,12 2,5 2,0 1,71 1,80 1,92 2,09 2,06 1,88 1,89 1,5 1,5 1,0 1,0 0,5 0,5 0, , Annual report

14 Institutional Information Trends in significant volumes Consolidated revenues 1 (in million Euros): Consolidated operating expenses 2 (in million Euros): Consolidated EBITDA 1 (in million Euros) (Gross profit before deducting interest, depreciation and taxes) Investment group paid 3 (in million Euros): In the year 2008 the new accounting rules began to be implemented. This introduced variations in the classification of costs and income in the Profit and Loss Account. 2 Includes the negative balance under Impairment and loss on disposal of fixed assets and Other results of the Profit and Loss Account. 3 The concept of investments paid by the group was incorporated into the new accounting rules as of the year Annual report

15 Annual report 2010 Module C Palma de Mallorca Airport

16 Institutional Information Governing bodies 4 Governing bodies Management Committee [As at December 31st, 2010] President Mr. Juan Ignacio Lema Devesa Members Mr. Manuel Ameijeiras Vales Mr. José Luis Cachafeiro Vila Mr. Mario Díaz Millán Mr. Luis Espadas Moncalvillo Mr. José Carlos Fernández Arahuetes Mr. Ricardo García Herrera Mr. Jesús Manuel Gómez García Mr. Miguel Ángel Jiménez Martín Mr. Manuel López del Saz Ms. Mónica Melle Hernández Ms. Monserrat Merino Pastor Ms. Helena Royes Riera Secretary Mr. Jesús Fernández Rodríguez Also belonged to this Committee Ms. Soledad Sanz Salas, resigned 26th February 2010; Mr. Francisco Cadarso González, resigned 24th March de 2010; Ms. Cristina Latorre Sancho, Mr. Teófilo Serrano Beltrán and Mr. Miguel Ángel González Suela, resigned 23rd July 2010, and Mr. Carlos Ibarz del Olmo, resigned 21st December Annual report

17 Institutional Information Governing bodies Board of Directors [As at December 31st, 2010] Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Juan Ignacio Lema Devesa Director of the Office of the Chairman Mr. José Alfonso Solbes Galiana Director of Spanish Airports Mr. Javier Marín San Andrés Infrastructures Director Mr. Jesús Mendiluce Lacalle Director of Air Navigation Ms. Carmen Librero Pintado Environment Director Mr. José Manuel Hesse Martín Director of Administration and Finances Mr. Miguel Ángel Ávila Suárez Director of Organization and Human Resources Ms. Begoña Gosálvez Mayordomo Director of Audits and Internal Control Mr. Alfonso de Alfonso Bozzo Secretary / Director of Planning and Management Control Mr. Ángel Luis Arias Serrano Communications Director Ms. María Jesús Luengo Martín Director of Infrastructure Planning Ms. Amparo Brea Álvarez Contracting Director Mr. Ginés Ramírez Lifante Director of the General Technical Secretariat Mr. Jesús Fernández Rodríguez Annual report

18 Almería Airport Terminal Annual report 2010

19 Institutional Information Organizational charts 5 Organizational charts Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Juan Ignacio Lema Devesa Director of Audits and Internal Control Mr. Alfonso de Alfonso Bozzo Business Units Director of Spanish Airports Mr. Javier Martín San Andrés Director of Air Navigation Ms. Carmen Librero Pintado Corporate Units Director of Administration and Finances Mr. Miguel Ángel Ávila Suárez Director of the Office of the Chairman Mr. José Alfonso Solbes Galiana Director of Organization and Human Resources Ms. Begoña Gosálvez Mayordomo Communications Director Ms. María Jesús Luengo Martín Infrastructures Director Mr. Jesús Mendiluce Lacalle Director of Infrastructure Planning Ms. Amparo Brea Álvarez Director of the General Technical Secretariat Mr. Jesús Fernández Rodríguez Contracting Director Mr. Ginés Ramírez Lifante Environment Director Mr. José Manuel Hesse Martín Secretary / Director of Planning and Management Control Mr. Ángel Luis Arias Serrano Annual report

20 Institutional Information Letter from the Chairman 6 Letter from the Chairman The year 2010 has marked the beginning of a deep transformation process in Aena, which has pivoted around two major milestones: the structural reform of our air navigation system and the new airport management model passed in the Spanish Parliament. With 20 years of existence, Aena faces a modernization challenge that enables to consolidate as the first global airport operator by passenger volume and one of the leading providers of air navigation services, offering quality services with the highest level of safety and efficiency. The Decreto Ley 13/2010 passed by the Spanish Ministers Council on 3rd December, and later confirmed by the Spanish Congress of Deputies, provides for the establishment of the corporation Aena Aeropuertos S.A. to manage airports. This corporation will continue having most of public capital, but will give input to private capital up to a maximum of 49%. For the first time, individualized management arrangements are considered, through concessions and subsidiary companies, which allow Aena airports to compete among them, while preserving the overall network. Before starting the implementation of the new airport management model it was carried out a structural reform of enormous depth in the air navigation system, in order to improve efficiency and competitiveness and put their costs and therefore air navigation taxes in the average of the five major European suppliers within two years. With the changes, the collective control costs in 2010 were reduced by 35% and productivity increased by 30%. Spain is the only major European country that has lowered taxes of en route air navigation that, also, have ceased to be the most expensive in Europe. In addition, we have taken the first steps in the liberalization of the control tower service, in 13 airports of the network it will be provided by different suppliers of Aena. Reforms, in short, that have been reflected in the Income Statement of Aena, as can be seen from the information contained in this Annual Report, improved by 55% in 2010, a year in which recorded a loss after tax of 157,1 million Euros versus 353 million Euros last year. An improvement is also explained by the increase in air traffic over the past year, after two consecutive years of declines due to the economic crisis, which has been reflected in increased revenues of almost 5%. The Austerity Plan launched last year also contributed to the improved performance of Aena which lowered its operating expenses by 3.8% last year. The company is immersed in the process of amortization of the significant investments made in the last decade, but its ability to generate business grows stronger every year as evidenced by EBITDA growth of 62% in 2010 to over 903 million Euros. As said earlier, 2010 was a year of important changes to Aena, the prelude to the transformation that the organization will live in The professionalism of the team that I have the honour to lead is a guarantee of success for the major challenge that faces to us. Juan Ignacio Lema Devesa CEO-chairman Aena Annual report

21 Aena Social Headquarters Annual report 2010

22 Annual report General Information

23 Annual report 2010 Airports Barcelona-El Prat Airpot

24 General Information Airports EVOLUTION OF TRAFFIC IN SPAIN The airports of the Aena network recorded more than million passengers in 2010 (2.8% more than in 2009) and operated over 2.1 million flights (2.3% less). They transported more than 659,000 cargo tons (15.8% more). These figures show a marked improvement in the situation of air transport in 2010, and keeping Aena as the largest airport operator in the world. «Aena is the largest airport operator in the world with over 192 million passengers per year» PASSENGERS A total of 192,792,606 passengers used the facilities of the Aena network during 2010, representing an increase of 2.8% compared to Of all these passengers, commercial flights are 191,698,625 (2.8%). Of these, 115,052,135 used international flights (3.9%) and domestic flights 76,646,490 (1.2%). Among the major airports by passenger traffic, Madrid-Barajas remains the largest in the network, with 49,866,113 passengers, representing a rise of 3.0% over Followed by Barcelona-El Prat, with 29,209,536 passengers (6.5%), Palma de Mallorca, with 21,117,417 (-0.4%), Malaga-Costa del Sol, with 12,064,521 (3.8%) Gran Canaria, with 9,486,035 (3.6%), Alicante, with 9,382,931 (2.7%), and Tenerife Sur, with 7,358,986 (3.5%). Among the biggest percentage increases Ceuta Heliport had an increase of 45.0%; and the airports of Madrid-Cuatro Vientos, with 28.8%; Burgos, with 21.2%; and Zaragoza, with 14.7%. During 2010, international passenger traffic increased by a 3.9% in the whole network. The growth of Logroño-Agoncillo airport is remarkable (642.3%), San Sebastian (107.2%), Vitoria (35.6%), Madrid-Cuatro Vientos (23.6%), A Coruña (20.4%), Zaragoza (19.7%), Fuerteventura (18.2%) and Sevilla (16.7%). Almost 50 million passengers passed through the Madrid-Barajas Airport Annual report

25 General Information Airports The Madrid-Barajas Airport remains the one with the most traffic of the entire network, with 433,706 flights (-0.3%), followed by Barcelona-El Prat, with 277,832 operations (-0.4%), Palma de Mallorca, with 174,635 (-1.6%), Malaga-Costa del Sol, with 105,634 (2.0%), Gran Canaria, with 103,093 flights (1.5%), Valencia, (-4.1%); Alicante, (0.3%), Tenerife Norte, (-1.9%) and Ibiza, with 56,988 (6.4%). «The airports performed 2,119,665 operations» Among the airports with the highest percentage growth in operations the Ceuta Heliport is remarkable, with an increase of 46.0% (3564 operations), and the airport of Lanzarote, which recorded an increase of 8.7% ( operations); followed by Fuerteventura, 8.3% (39 437), and Son Bonet, 7.7% (14 119). The volume of goods grew 15.8% Since January 2010 there was a clear recovery of air traffic passengers monthly, closing every month with positive rates; only in April there was a sharp decline due to the effects produced by the volcano in Iceland. As the number of international operations, the growth of Logroño-Agoncillo (142.6%), San Sebastian (56.9%) and Córdoba (35.7%). CARGO AIRCRAFT Throughout 2010, the airport made a total of 2,119,665 operations, representing a decrease in the number of operations from 2009 (-2.3%). Of all these movements 1,824,329 correspond to commercial flights (0.1%), of which 921,071 were domestic (-2.3%) and 903,258 were international (2.6%). Regarding the type of flights, 1,617,077 were regular (0.0%) and 178,567 were charter (-1.5%). The volume of goods transported during 2010 was 659,441,154 kilograms, 15.8% more than the previous year; 506,454,023 kilograms of international cargo (23.6%) and domestic cargo 152,987,131 kilograms (- 4.4%). By airport, Madrid-Barajas holds the first place, 374,517,639 kilograms (23.6%). Followed by Barcelona-El Prat, with 106,124,228 kilograms (16.5%), Zaragoza with 43,817,997 (15.8%), Vitoria 30,857,642 (3.5%), and Gran Canaria 24,553,046 (-5.6%). Annual report

26 General Information Airports TOTAL PASSENGERS IN 2010 AIRPORT PASSENGERS AIRPORT PASSENGERS Madrid-Barajas Santander Barcelona-El Prat Almería Palma de Mallorca Zaragoza Málaga-Costa del Sol Valladolid Gran Canaria Melilla Alicante Pamplona Tenerife Sur San Sebastián Ibiza El Hierro Lanzarote León Valencia Badajoz Girona-Costa Brava Salamanca Sevilla Vitoria Fuerteventura Burgos Tenerife Norte La Gomera Bilbao Madrid-Torrejón Menorca Ceuta (helipuerto) Santiago Logroño-Agoncillo Reus Albacete Asturias Algeciras (helipuerto) Murcia-San Javier Córdoba A Coruña Huesca-Pirineos Vigo Madrid-Cuatro Vientos 295 Jerez Sabadell 0 La Palma Son Bonet 0 FGL Granada-Jaén Total Annual report

27 General Information Airports BUSIEST AIRPOTS BY TOTAL PASSENGER TRAFFIC 2010 Jerez Vigo A Coruña Murcia-San Javier Asturias Reus Santiago Menorca Bilbao Tenerife Norte Fuerteventura Sevilla Girona-Costa Brava Valencia Lanzarote Ibiza Tenerife Sur Alicante Gran Canaria Málaga-Costa del Sol Palma de Mallorca Barcelona-El Prat Madrid-Barajas AIRCRAFT TRAFFIC* IN SPANISH AIRPORTS IN % Inc 2010/2009 % TRAFFIC Domestic ,3% 43% International ,6% 43% Other types ,5% 14% TOTAL ,3% 100% PASSENGERS Domestic ,2% 40% International ,9% 60% Other types ,0% - Transits ,9% - TOTAL ,8% 100% GOODS IN KILOGRAMS Domestic ,6% 23% International ,5% 76% Other types ,6% - Transits ,1% 1% TOTAL ,8% 100% TRAFFIC** Domestic ,1% 39% International ,6% 60% Other types ,4% - Transits ,5% - TOTAL ,1% 100% * Total data including transits and other traffic types. ** Traffic units equivalent to a passenger and his baggage or 100 kg cargo. Annual report

28 General Information Airports EVOLUTION OF THE PASSENGERS TRAFFIC Año Pasajeros totales Año Pasajeros totales Evolution of passenger s traffic (in millions) ,2 193,5 210,4 203,8 187,8 192,7 166, ,9 144,6 143,0 153, Annual report

29 General Information Airports AIRCRAFT TRAFFIC* % Inc 2010/2009 % TRAFFIC REGULAR Domestic ,6% 53% International ,1% 47% TOTAL ,0% 100% CHARTER Domestic ,8% 25% International ,7% 75% TOTAL ,5% 100% OTHER SERVICES ,6% 9% OTHER TRAFFIC TYPES ,5% 91% TOTAL ,6% 100% TOTAL ,3% 100% * Total Operations including other traffic types. Evolution of the aircraft traffic (in thousands) Annual report

30 General Information Airports AIRCRAFT TRAFFIC* % Inc 2010/2009 % TRAFFIC REGULAR Domestic ,6% 24% International ,0% 76% TOTAL ,6% 100% CHARTER Domestic ,7% 18% International ,9% 82% TOTAL ,7% 100% OTHER SERVICES ,1% 8% OTHER TRAFFIC TYPES ,6% 8% TOTAL ,1% 84% TOTAL ,8% 100% TOTAL ,8% 100% * Total Operations including other traffic types. GOODS TRAFFIC EVOLUTION (Thousand tons) Annual report

31 General Information Airports PASSENGERS COMERCIAL DOMESTIC INTERNATIONAL OTHER TYPES TRANSIT REGULAR NO REGULAR REGULAR NO REGULAR Domestic commercial passengers REGULAR NO REGULAR International commercial passengers REGULAR NO REGULAR Annual report

32 General Information Airports DISTRIBUTION OF PASSENGERS IN 2010 Regular domestic No regular domestic Regular international No regular international Other types Transits TOTAL Other servicies not included No regular international 8,3% Other types 0,2% Transits 0,4% Regular domestic 38,8% Regular international 51,4% No regular domestic 0,9% Annual report

33 General Information Airports COMPRARISION OF TRAFFIC AT EUROPEAN AIRPORTS European Average 2010 (ACI Global)* 4.3% AIRPORT CODE THOUSANDS PASSENGERS % Inc *** London (UK) * LHR % París (France)* CDG % Frankfurt (Germany)* FRA % Madrid-Barajas (Spain)** MAD % Amsterdam (Holland)* AMS % Rome (Italy)* FCO % Munich (Germany)* MUC % Istambul (Turkey)* IST % London (UK)* LGW % Barcelona (Spain)** BCN % Paris (France)* ORY % Zurich (Switzerland) * ZRH % Moscow (Rusisa)* DME % Antalya (Turkey)* AYT % Copenhaguen (Denmark)* CPH % Palma de Mallorca (Spain)** PMI % Vienna (Austria)* VIE % Moscow (Russia)* SVO % Oslo (Norway)* OSL % Dusseldorf (Germany)* DUS % * Global ACI data on March 16, 2011, for ** Definitive Aena data for *** Change in 2010 over Annual report

34 Annual report 2010 Infrastructures Inner part of the new Terminal in the Alicante Airport before its opening

35 General Information Infrastructures CRITERIA FOR AENA DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS The decision to create and develop the airport infrastructures and air transport ensure that the Aena airports can keep growing to take over the air traffic demand. To this end, during 2010 the Directorate of Infrastructures, has developed projects and has executed the programmed constructions, contributing to the improvement of quality and the development of airport and air traffic infrastructure, maintaining high levels of safety and prevention of workplace risks (goods and people), ensuring the execution of the projects established in the corresponding environmental impact statements, contributing to the growth of the generated resources and in keeping the applicable rules and guidelines, under the current legislation. Safety and prevention. In all phases related to the Directorate of infrastructures have been continually improving, including in the specifications the preventative criteria required by Aena and by current legislation about the minimum provisions in the security of people and prevention of workplace risks. Quality assurance. The Directorate of Infrastructures direct, oversee, supervise and coordinate the activities related to the development and monitoring of the Quality Management System, in addition the activities related to the technical audits of the construction work executed by the Directorate of Infrastructures. Environment. The Directorate of Infrastructures manages the different activities and actions necessary for carrying out different studies, projects and reports that are established in the corresponding impact statements, performing environmental monitoring and control from the projects phases until the end of the construction. Also, directs and manages the different environmental activities that came from the execution of projects and collaborating with the Directorate of Environment in the elaboration and processing of environmental impact studies of the Directorate s works. Fuerteventura Airport Annual report

36 General Information Infrastructures Moreover, the special plans for the airports: Barcelona Plan (Barcelona-El Prat Airport), Levante Plan (Alicante and Valencia Airport) and Málaga Plan (Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport) are in charge to develop and execute the necessary infrastructures for the expansion of the assigned airports. During 2010, Aena has continued their development, progressing in the projects and executing the programmed constructions in order to modernize and set up the facilities, as well as contributing to the improvement of the airports image as they are perceived by users and society in general. «In the Málaga Plan, the expansion of the airfield, which includes the construction of a 3090 meters second landing runway, is under way» During 2010, the construction of the South Control Tower has been finished in the Barcelona Plan and the systems that operate in the electrical control of the different airports have been homogenized, implementing an integrated security system. During 2010, the Levante Plan, and especially the expansion of the Alicante Airport, during 2010 there was a big step in its development, therefore, in 2011 the new facilities have become operational. The expansion of the new T-2 Terminal in the Valencia Airport has begun, the works done in this Airport during 2010 contributed to the improvement of the electrical system. Finally, the most important project finished in the Malaga Plan during 2010 allowed a better functionality between the buildings and the access to the airport. Also, the expansion project of the airfield is going on as it was planned. It includes the construction of a second runway (12/30) of about 3090 meters, a parallel aircraft way with rapid exits and a new apron. «In the Barcelona Plan, the South Control Tower is built» In 2010 opened the Algeciras Heliport Annual report

37 General Information Infrastructures 1 WORKS IN THE AIRPORTS NETWORK 1.1 MOST SIGNFICANT PROJECTS DRAFTED (COMPLETED) IN 2010 AIRPORT TITLE COST (Millions of ) A CORUÑA Changes in the electrical system Upgrading car parks and roads ALGECIRAS Construction of a new Heliport ALMERIA First phase of Terminal Building expansion Equipment for the First Phase of Terminal Building expansion Adaptation of airfields Acquisition, installations and integrations of hold baggage screening system ASTURIAS Adaptation of airfields BADAJOZ Terminal building, apron and car park B expansion. Air 7.79 FUERTEVENTURA Terminal Area expansion Furnishing and equipment for the expansion of the Terminal Building GERONA Remodelling the Terminal Building P-3 parking building and new car park Installation of new generator and substations remodelling GRAN CANARIA Installation of number plate recognition system and updating management system IBIZA Terminal Building facilities renovation and new heating and cooling plant Construction of shopping areas JEREZ Second phase Terminal Building expansion Extension of the aircraft way till the runway head Remodelling beaconing Revamping the electrical system LA PALMA Adaptation of exits to the Building Code Improvement of the electrical power LANZAROTE Airfield upgrade Expansion of the system to transport baggage to Terminal LEON New terminal building, site development and apron MADRID/BARAJAS Installation of improvements in the heating and cooling systems in CPD T Construction of a new platform between ramp 7 and ramp Expansion of the rainwater runoff drainage system of T Adapting the galleries to regulations, stage IV control of the state of the galleries pumps 1.55 Annual report

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