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The history of Aberdeen Airport

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About AGS and its Investors

Aberdeen International Airport is owned by AGS Airports Limited.

AGS Airports Limited is jointly held by Ferrovial (via Faero UK Limited) and AGS Ventures Airports Limited, an entity managed by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (Europe) Limited. Derek Provan is the current CEO.

Macquarie and Ferrovial have a long and successful history of partnering with each other across a number of infrastructure projects, with partnerships in airports including Bristol Airport and Sydney Airport.

Both partners have developed extensive knowledge of aviation and have excellent contacts globally. To meet the Board of Directors, click here.

Ferrovial is one of the world´s leading developers of transport infrastructure and its subsidiary, Ferrovial Airports, is one of the world´s leading private airport operators. The company provides more than 20 years´ experience investing, developing and operating around the world. Ferrovial Airports offers an in depth understanding of the industry and a solid track record building strong relationships with partners and stakeholders. Ferrovial currently operates a portfolio of 4 airports in the United Kingdom: 25% stake in Heathrow, Europe´s busiest hub, and 50% ownership in Glasgow, Aberdeen and Southampton. For more information visit www.ferrovial.com

With more than two decades of experience developing and owning essential infrastructure around the world, Macquarie partners with governments and communities to manage assets that underpin economies including roads, airports, utilities, telecommunications and energy infrastructure. Managing investments on behalf of institutional investors, Macquarie is one of the world’s leading airport owners via its managed funds. Today, Macquarie leverages its deep operational and financial expertise to manage stakes in airports around the world (Aberdeen, Brussels, Cairns, Glasgow, Gold Coast, Hobart, Longreach, Mackay, Mount Isa, Perth, Southampton and Townsville). For more information visit www.macquarie.com