ACS has been won, in consortium with the British company Mace, a contract valued at €660 M for the construction of a new high-speed train station in Birmingham (United Kingdom), which will not produce any polluting emissions once it comes into operation. Ferrovial is also present in HS2 after it took a 15% stake in the consortium led by France’s Eiffage in April last year, which has been awarded the construction of one of the sections of the line, a contract worth around €2.6 Bn.Read More
IAG Group announced on Tuesday that it has signed a revolving credit facility with a syndicate of banks for an available amount of $1.755 billion. The facility will be in operation for a period of three years plus two one-year extension terms at the convenience of the lenders. The credit line is available to the Aer Lingus group airlines, British Airways and Iberia, each of which has a separate borrowing limit within the overall credit facility. IAG continues to have a strong liquidity position, with an estimated total of €10.3 Bn at March 31.