Perth Airport

Perth Airport

Acquired

June 1997

UTA Ownership

47.7%

Australia

Perth; Western Australia

Perth Airport is Australia’s fourth largest airport in terms of passenger traffic, and is the principal gateway to Western Australia and its significant resources and tourism sectors.  It is strategically located as one of Australia’s closest airports to Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

More than 14 million passengers used the airport during the 12 months to 30 June 2019. The airport operates under a 50 year lease with the option to extend for 49 years to 2096.

Australia Pacific Airports Corporation

Melbourne Airport

Acquired

June 1997

UTA Ownership

8.70%

Australia

Melbourne; Victoria and Launceston; Tasmania.

Australian Pacific Airports Corporation owns and operates Melbourne Airport and Launceston Airport. Melbourne Airport is Australia’s second largest international airport.

More than 25.9 million domestic and 11.4 million international passengers passed through Melbourne Airport during the 12 months to 30 June 2019. The airports currently operate under 50 year leases with options to extend for 49 years until final expiry in 2096.

Porterbrook

Porterbrook

Acquired

October 2014

UTA Ownership

15.0%

United Kingdom

Derby, England

Porterbrook is one of the major rolling stock companies operating in the United Kingdom (UK). Porterbrook specialises in leasing all types of railway rolling stock and associated equipment and has been active in the UK rail industry since it was privatised in 1994.  Porterbrook owns a fleet of more than 5,650 passenger and freight operating units and its portfolio represents approximately one-third of Britain’s passenger stock fleet.

Porterbrook provides an essential infrastructure service to the UK transportation network, with stable cash flows supported by long-term contracts within a sector expecting strong growth over the next 30 years.