Greece's Govt to reduce stakes of Athens International Airport: report

16 February, 2018

Greece's Government reportedly plans reduce its collective share capital of Athens International Airport in Mar-2018, as part of an overall plan to raise around EUR3 billion in state asset sales by 2019 in compliance with its third bailout programme (Reuters, 16-Feb-2018). According to CAPA data, the Greek state owns 25% of the airport's share capital, with state owned Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund holding a further 30%.