SAVE, set up in 1987 and listed on the MTA market of the Italian Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana) from 2005 to 2017, is the parent company of a Group which has integrated operations in the passenger service sector. It operates in three main business areas: airport management; mobility infrastructure management; Food & Beverage and Retail.
In 2012 SAVE Group had a total of 2,945 employees and reported consolidated revenues of 352.5 million euros.
In October 2014, SAVE becomes shareholder of the company Aeroporto Valerio Catullo di Verona S.p.A. that manages Verona and Brescia airports with a 41,287% stake.
In 2015 SAVE Group had a total of 988 employees and reported consolidated revenues of 166.4 million euros.
In 2016, SAVE Group had a total of 1027 employees and reported consolidated revenues of 188.2 million euros.
In 2017, SAVE Group had a total of 1157 employees and reported consolidated revenues of 199.1 million euros.
Airport management operations concentrate mainly on developing the infrastructures and route network of the Venice-Treviso airport system, which with more than 11.1 million passengers in 2015 is the third-largest Italian airport;
Through coordinated management of the two Airports, it is possible to develop their potential and to provide an integrated service for the local area. In particular, Venice Marco Polo Airport is Italy's third-largest intercontinental gateway with direct scheduled flights to New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dubai, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Montreal, Toronto and Seoul.
SAVE Group owns a 27.65% stake in Brussels Charleroi airport and is currently the only Italian airport management company to participate in the management of a foreign airport. In October 2014, SAVE became a shareholder of Aeroporto Valerio Catullo di Verona S.p.A., which manages the airports of Verona and Brescia, of which it currently holds 41.89%. This step has led to the establishment of the new North-East Italy Airport Hub (Venice/Treviso/Verona-Brescia).
Exploiting its experience in the field of airport management, SAVE Group has extended its operations to other mobility infrastructures. In particular, through its stake in Centostazioni, it is responsible for managing the commercial operations and real-estate interests of 103 medium-size Italian railway stations.