AMP Capital acquires 49% stake in Luton airport

Luton Airport

Global investment manager AMP Capital has acquired a minority stake in Luton airport in deal worth an estimated £1bn from French investor Ardian.

AMP, which already owns Leeds Bradford Airport and is a long-standing investor in Newcastle Airport, has acquired a 49% stake in the UK’s fifth largest airport joining majority owner Aena.

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