AENA


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AcronymDefinition
AENAAeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea
AENAAll England Netball Association
AENAAero Engines North America (US and Germany)
AENAAmis des Epagneuls Nains Anglais (French: Friends of the Cavaliers and King Charles Spaniels)
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AENA sell off to raise e1/44 billion as strike called off
AENA is the world's largest airport operator by passenger numbers, with nearly 195.
The contract scope includes Aena Navegacion Aerea's existing applications for finances and sales, human resources, planning, and geographic information systems (GIS), as well as the organization's intranet and public website.
Ardian is an independent private investment company, and AENA is the Spanish airports and air navigation group.
The study was requested by Aena and was aimed at analysing the legal basis for the governmenta[euro](tm)s plan to put the company into private hands.
And although AENA says baggage handlers and air traffic controllers will not be affected, Ryanair demanded EU action to prevent a repeat of the misery which blighted flights across Europe last year.
While it is the minority shareholder, Aena has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the airports sector.
The AENA demonstration was originally planned for December 2003 following a visit by AENA inspectors to HiEnergy's Irvine test site in September.
Aena is the world's largest airport operator by passenger numbers, withnearly 196 million traveller arrivals or departures last year.
Abertis held the stake via TBI holding company, in which Aena owns a 10% stake.
AENA is apparently the largest operator of airports in the world and had 210m customers using its 47 airports in 2007.
Aena operates 46 airports in Spain, which serve some 200m passengers a year.