Ana Pastor says that “every Spanish airport will have a business plan”
The Minister of Development, Ana Pastor, said today in Burgos that “every Spanish airport will have a business plan” to adjust costs to the activity and economic and social profitability of each of these facilities, which will attempt to revitalize.
Noting that in recent years have become “true nonsense” with airport facilities, the minister told a news conference in advance before the end of this year will have a comprehensive plan for each.
Ana Pastor pointed out that the public company AENA has a debt of over 14,000 million euros and more than 30 Spanish airports which make a loss.
Although explained that airports do not have a direct subsidy in the general state budget, the minister said that “we must respond to the outstanding debt, because it has asked banks and now have to pay.”
The minister has avoided talking about the possibility of closure of an airport and has insisted that “we will have to wait for the plans.”
However, said that citizens should know the income of each airport and said that “there are terminals completely empty, with thousands of square meters.”
Ana Pastor has also explained that, unlike what happens at the airports, RENFE is requiring a large subsidy to the operation, although, in this case, the Ministry of Public works to “be efficient and not a burden” .
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