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08/07/2011

FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW BOD OF CATULLO SPA.ON THE AGENDA; THE PRIORITIES FOR ORDINARY MANAGEMENT AND THE PRESENTATION OF THE TERMSHEET OF THE AIRPORTS OF VERONA-BRESCIA-TRENTO

FIRST MEETING OF THE NEW BOD OF CATULLO SPA. ON THE AGENDA; THE PRIORITIES FOR ORDINARY MANAGEMENT AND THE PRESENTATION OF THE TERMSHEET OF THE AIRPORTS OF VERONA-BRESCIA-TRENTO

Verona, 8 July 2011 – The new Board of Directors of Catullo Spa, chaired by Paolo Arena, met today to discuss and define the upcoming actions to be taken regarding the management of the Garda airports

The issues brought to the attention of the Board and discussed during the meeting included: the corporate structure, the presentation of the organisation charts of the companies in the group and the development plan for Verona Airport.

Another point discussed and unanimously approved regarded the decrease in the payments made to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman, 40% lower than for the previous management, as proposed by the interested parties themselves.

Particular attention was paid to the contents of the Termsheet, the agreement signed on 31 May by the shareholders of Catullo Spa in representation of the airports of Verona, Brescia and Trento, of which the Board was informed. On this subject, the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of Verona, Alessandro Bianchi, and the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of Brescia, Francesco Bettoni, together with the Deputy Chairman of Catullo, Spa Pierluigi Angeli, presented the contents of the document to the Board of Directors of the company and to the Chairman of D'Annunzio Spa, Vigilio Bettinsoli.

"Right from day one I have made it clear that our priority is to engage in dialogue with the local area and to work towards ensuring the two airports operate as a single company – commented Chairman Paolo Arena – The agreement reached by the shareholders at the end of May and presented today to the Board of Directors of the company has created the conditions for the collaboration between the territorial systems to be real and effective. We are aware that the new-found compact approach to corporate governance offers us the opportunity to build a stronger, more united relationship with the market and to world on solid, long-term development projects."