Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Sep 11, 2018
Disclosed by Bank Jul 24, 2018
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According to EIB website, the project comprises mainly investments included in the first phase of the Milano-Linate Airport Master Plan 2015-2030, with the objective of improving the airport's operational efficiency, enhancing safety and security and improving the environmental management of the facilities. The project will also include safety and security investments in the Milano-Malpensa airport. It includes inter alia: a rehabilitation of the terminal, the resurfacing of the runway and aprons, a new de-icing area, the upgrade and renewal of the access roads and various investments including the reinforcement of the buildings to meet new seismic standards, the upgrade of the airport's energy systems and the acquisition of Explosive Detection Systems (EDS) equipment meeting standard 3. Further, the project will improve operational resilience and passenger service standards. It will also increase the level of security and safety compliance to European standards in both Linate and Malpensa airports.
Societa' per Azioni Esercizi Aeroportuali S.E.A. provides airport development and maintenance services. The Company offers passenger, luggage, and cargo handling services. Esercizi Aeroportuali S.E.A. operates in Italy.
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