Peel Airports losses soar to £11m after Durham sale

LOSSES soared from £3.2m to £11.4m at Peel Airports as a result of a one off impairment charge of £8.8m - following the sale of Durham Tees Valley Airport to its shareholder Peel Group in February.

Peel Airports, which is 65% owned by Canadian group Vancouver Airport Services and 35% owned by Manchester-based Peel, sold its stake in Durham Tees Valley back to its original parent Peel Group for a nominal sum after no other buyer for the asset could be found.

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