SAVE Group's history began in 1987. The following were the most important steps.
SAVE decided to move out of ground handling activities at Venice Airport.
The new passenger terminal and cargo buildings were opened at Venice airport.
SAVE Group entered the Food & Beverage and Retail business through the newly-formed company Airport Elite.
The Group acquired a 40% shareholding in Centostazioni, a company that manages 103 medium-size Italian railway stations.
IPO on Italian Stock Exchange (SAVE.MI) through a capital increase of € 160 million.
SAVE Group acquired a more than 10% shareholding in Gemina, in turn owner of a 51% stake in ADR (Aeroporti di Roma).
SAVE Group acquired 100% of the share capital of AIREST from Austrian Airlines (2006) in order to concentrate on retail Food & Beverage activities (2007).
SAVE Group acquired 100% of the share capital of RISTOP from Autostrada Brescia - Padova (2006).
SAVE Group sold its 10% shareholding in Gemina, realising a substantial capital gain.
The new Treviso airport was opened (2007) and SAVE Group acquired a further 35% stake in AERTRE (Treviso Airport management company).
Generali Assicurazioni and Morgan Stanley joined Finanziaria Internazionale as shareholders of Marco Polo Holding (SAVE Group's principal shareholder).
SAVE Group acquired a 27.65% stake in Brussels Charleroi Airport (BSCA) in a partnership with Holding Communal.
SAVE Group was granted a 40-year concession for Treviso Airport by the Civil Aviation Authority ENAC (confirmed by the Board of Auditors in October 2013).
ENAC signed the Programme Contract for Venice Marco Polo Airport on an exceptional basis in recognition of its strategic role and unique characteristics within the Italian airport system.
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