About Ferrovial Airports
Every year, we manage the traffic over 130 airlines that transport nearly 90 million passengers to more than 400 destinations worldwide. We do this through our 4 airports in the United Kingdom: Heathrow, Glasgow, Aberdeen y Southampton.
- 90 M passengers
- 394 routes
- 138 airlines
The Airports Division oversees all of Ferrovial Group’s activities relating to the airport sector. Ferrovial Airports adds value in the design, construction, financing and operation of airport infrastructures through long term asset investment, with a view to becoming one of the world’s major airport operators and investors.
Airports are highly strategic assets, given their significant impact on local economic development. In the case of Heathrow Airport, for example, contribution to the UK economy is £23 billion per year.
In a context of increasing privatisation of airport infrastructures, Ferrovial Airports’ business model has proved to be ideally suited to meet the requirements of our interest groups. Our extensive operational experience, together with our financial strength and the synergies achieved with the other divisions within the group, has enabled us to increase the profitability of our assets through our business approach, focused on improving passenger experience, developing infrastructures and streamlining operational costs, amongst others.
Ferrovial Airports business approach makes for a division with huge potential for growth. Five departments within Ferrovial – Legal, Finance, Human Resources, Asset Management and Corporate Development – provide support to our Airports Division CEO, Jorge Gil, in achieving such growth.
Areas of Action
Ferrovial Airports works to continuously improve its assets, with a focus on key aspects such as:
- Improving passenger experience
- Guaranteeing excellent customer service
- Generating trust amongst interest groups
- Building innovative and sustainable infrastructures