Fraport raises majority stake in Lima’s Jorge Chávez airport

Credit: Fraport
Frankfurt-based Fraport AG has acquired an additional 10% stake in Lima Airport Partners (LAP), raising its ownership to 80.1% of the operator of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Peru. Fraport purchased the stake from AC Capitales’ Infrastructure Fund, which held it for over 10 years. The deal...

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