The financial due diligence of Budapest Airport Zrt. This means that the government has accepted the terms of AviAlliance, meaning that formal negotiations can begin.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been saying for months that I want to see the airport in Hungarian hands, but so far the owners have not shown any interest in selling it, although the state has recently offered it EUR 4.44 billion. neither confirmed it.
Until Monday, when AviAlliance announced that a consortium led by the Hungarian government had made a revised, non-binding offer to buy the airport.
The Hungarian government has accepted the conditions for the start of formal negotiations, so we have decided to initiate a screening procedure. Although this is potentially the first step towards selling the airport, we would like to point out that the outcome of such a process is not predetermined.
– states in the communication.
At the airport, German AviAlliance owns 55.44 percent, Singapore Malton 23.3 percent and Canada’s Caisse de dépot et placement du Québec 21.23 percent.