Aeropuertos Espanoles y Navegacion Aerea (AENA)

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The Public Business Entity Aena, created under that established in Section 82 of the General State Budget Act 4/1990 of 1990, is governed by that laid out in Royal Decree 905/1991 of 14 June approving the Articles of the Entity.

As stated in Section 1 of its Articles, Aena will aim to contribute towards the development of air transport in Spain and to guarantee safe, fluid, effective and economic air traffic, offering a service quality in line with customer and user demand, within the framework of the general transport policy of the Government.

Its objective, therefore, is to manage civil airports of general interest and the facilities and networks of air navigation assistance.

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Aeropuertos Espanoles y Navegacion Aerea (AENA)

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