Fixed-base operator

Airport operators are private or public companies that own airports as a business purpose. They provide the complete airport infrastructure to airlines and air traffic control are available.

There are, inter alia, the following major operators:

  • Abertis Airports holds, inter alia, 90 % of TBI plc.
  • AENA ( Spanish airports and airspace ), the Spanish national firm and a shareholder is the largest airport operator in the world
  • Avialliance (formerly Hochtief Airport ) which operates the airports Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Athens, Budapest, Tirana
  • Berlin Brandenburg Airport
  • Munich Airport
  • Flughafen Wien AG
  • Airport Zurich AG, the operator of Zurich Airport, with investments in airport operators in Latin America and India
  • Fraport, the operator of Frankfurt Airport, with investments inter alia in Antalya, Hanover, St. Petersburg, Lima and Dakar
  • Heathrow Airport Holdings ( formerly British Airports Authority / BAA ), operator of four airports in the UK
  • Infraero, a state-owned company, which operates 66 Brazilian airports
  • TAV Airports Holding, operators of airports in Turkey, Tunisia and Georgia
  • TBI, British operators of airports in the UK, Stockholm and Bolivia
  • Aéroports du Mali, operators of airports in the Republic of Mali.

The association Airports Council International, based in Montreal, with 580 members and a total of 1650 airports in 179 countries, the largest umbrella organization in the industry.

  • Airport operator