Budapest Airport owners take potential first step towards sale
AviAlliance also confirmed that a consortium led by the Hungarian government had submitted a revised non-binding offer to buy the airport.
It said in a statement that the Hungarian government had accepted its terms for starting formal negotiations, and that it had therefore decided to enter into a due diligence process. “While this is potentially the first step towards the sale of the airport, we want to emphasise that the outcome of such a process is not predetermined”, AviAlliance added.
AviAlliance, which holds a 55.44 percent stake in Budapest Airport, is owned by Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments). Singapore’s state investment fund GIC and Canadian pension fund Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec (CDPQ) each hold a little over 21 percent.