Leeds Bradford Airport is a UK regional airport serving the Yorkshire and Humberside region, the No 3 business centre in the UK yet one that remains an under-exploited location for air traffic volumes. Bridgepoint acquired the airport following a decision by five West Yorkshire councils to privatise the airport to ensure its continued expansion and improved service to its users.
|Secteur||Services aux entreprises||Bureau||Londres|
|Aquisition||2007||Taille des opérations||€214m|
Bridgepoint, already familiar with the sector through a prior investment in Birmingham airport, has initiated a significant capital expenditure programme to upgrade all of the airport's passenger terminals, road and parking infrastructure and airside configuration to allow for a significant increase in passenger volumes.
In 2012, the airport completed a £11 million upgrade to its terminal and introduced a range of new routes and airlines including British Airways, Monarch and Thomson.
In October 2017, the company was sold to AMP Capital for an undisclosed sum.
To learn more about the company, visit www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk