Heathrows owner confirms sell-off of its other three airports
Buyers of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton are Australian bank Macquarie and Spanish firm Ferrovial in deal worth £1bn
Heathrow has confirmed it is to sell the other three airports it owns in a deal worth just over £1bn.
The buyers for Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton airports are a consortium formed by Spanish construction firm Ferrovial still the largest single shareholder in Heathrow and Macquarie, the Australian investment bank, which recently sold its interest in Bristol airport.
Source: Guardian Transport