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BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT TO INTRODUCE PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS

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Birmingham International Airport is to introduce private sectors partners into the airport next year, shareholders ...
Birmingham International Airport is to introduce private sectors partners into the airport next year, shareholders and the board of directors have informed Aviation minister, Lord Caithness.

The airport is a public limited company, owned by seven district councils of the West Midlands. The airport is therefore deemed to be a public sector company and is subject to restrictions in public sector borrowing, and shareholders say private sector involvement will be needed in order to ensure the airport's long time development.

The seven councils who own the airport are Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton.
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