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30 MARCH 2020

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Article from BTNews 30 MARCH 2020

AGS airport group

Since 2014 Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports have been owned by AGS a 50/50 partnership created by Ferrovial, the Spanish infrastructure company, and Australia’s Macquarie Group.

Chief executive Derek Provan comments: “To support our country’s response to this accelerating pandemic, Aberdeen and Glasgow airports will continue to support essential services".

"These will include lifeline links to remote communities in the Highlands and Islands, NHS and air ambulance services, and helicopters for the oil and gas industry. Southampton Airport will similarly support lifeline services to the Channel Islands”.

“Our airports will also cater for those airlines who are continuing to operate. At this stage, it is difficult to say how long these measures will remain in place, however, we will continue to follow all government advice and keep them under constant review.”

www.agsairports.co.uk

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John Richmond, Lochwinnoch

I am sure when it's all over our airports will get back to normal pdq.


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