Luton Airport looks set to be sold for around £400m.
The airport handled 9.6 million passengers last year and will be, subject to regulatory approval, Aena's fifth largest airport.
Aena executive chairman Jose Manuel Vargas said: "We aim to substantially build up Luton in consultation with all its stakeholders."
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