An airport close to Madrid has been put on sale for a minimum price of 100 million euros.
It’s part of a process by administrators to secure a future for Ciudad Real’s airport.
It was completed in 2009, shortly after the property bubble burst in Spain. The terminal operator then went bankrupt shortly after and it closed in April last year.
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