F2i in Talks to Buy Italian Airport

13 June 2010 (Last Updated June 13th, 2010 18:30)

Italian infrastructure fund, F2i, has begun talks with Ferrovial to buy a controlling stake in Capodichino International Airport in Naples, Italy. F2i's board has mandated CEO Vito Gamberale to discuss the deal with Ferrovial for Capodichino Airport, valued at €200m (US$268m), according

Italian infrastructure fund, F2i, has begun talks with Ferrovial to buy a controlling stake in Capodichino International Airport in Naples, Italy.

F2i's board has mandated CEO Vito Gamberale to discuss the deal with Ferrovial for Capodichino Airport, valued at €200m (US$268m), according to Reuters.

Ferrovial, which owns 65% stake in Capodichino Airport through British Airports Company, wants to sell it to repay a massive debt.