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OMA contracts 2,700 million pesos in short-term loans

Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte (OMA) reported on the contracting of 2,700 million pesos (mdp) in short-term loans with Banamex, HSBC and Santander, with the aim of strengthening its financial position.

"The resources obtained will be used to capitalize the group's subsidiaries, as well as for working capital and strengthen the company's liquidity," the company said in a statement sent to the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV).

The loans mature in June 2022 and were contracted at a weighted average annual interest rate of TIIE plus 99.6 basis points. "With these financings, OMA continues to maintain a solid capital structure," the company added.

OMA is one of the three private airport groups in the country and operates 13 airports, including Monterrey -the third largest airport in Mexico-, Culiacán and Ciudad Juárez.

Unlike companies such as Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (Asur) and Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP), OMA has been pressured to have a portfolio of airports in cities geared towards business travel, without such marked diversification in the tourism sector. , according to analysts.

During the third quarter of 2021, it served 5.1 million passengers, 16.9% less compared to the same period in 2019, with a net profit of 812 million pesos, 5.4% lower compared to the same period.

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