Aeroporti di Roma SpA

Aeroporti di Roma SpA (ADR ) (German: Airports of Rome AG) is a listed Italian company and the company that operates the airports Fiumicino and Ciampino.

The company was founded on January 12, 1974, which was majority-owned by the then state-owned Italian airline Alitalia. The remaining shares were held by government agencies.

The privatization of Aeroporti di Roma began in 1997, initially as 45 % of the shares were sold to private investors. The rest followed until 2000. Aeroporti di Roma was the first listed and then fully privatized airport operating company of Italy. The most important shareholder was initially the Australian Macquarie Airports Group, part of Macquarie Financial Group. Today CoR 95.8 percent in the hands of the Italian real estate holding company Gemina SpA, three percent of the CoR's shares are held by local authorities, the rest of other shareholders. The most significant Gemina shareholder is the Benetton family, five percent holds the Changi Airport Group. In March 2013, the toll road operator Atlantia, the largest single shareholder is controlled by the Benetton family holding company Edizione Sintonia the acquisition of Gemina means of taking place in the course of the year exchange of shares worth 2 billion euros, announced that. It is expected that Atlantia performs after the takeover overdue renovations in Fiumicino.