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Aena Reduces the Rent from its Real Estate Assets by 75%

The airport manager, which has suffered an 83% drop in its profits due to coronavirus, has launched a battery of measures to help its tenants.

The airport manager Aena has launched a series of measures to alleviate the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on its clients.

As part of its approach, it has deferred the payment of aircraft parking fees by six months on an interest-free basis and it has established discounts of up to 75% on real estate assets operated by airlines, handling agents and commercial suppliers. It is also going to review current commercial contracts.

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