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Ferrovial could sell the Naples airport and is considering several offers, according to reports today from a source, as part of a series of sales that the Spanish company is carrying out the activities of marginal to heal the heavy debt burden.
"There are several groups interested in the airport and we are studying their proposals", said a source close to the company.
According to the newspaper Expansiòn, bids for the airport are around 150-200 million. Ferrovial declined to comment. The Spanish company owns 65% shares of the Naples through his airport operator BAA, while the rest is publicly owned.
The clouds are vehicles for energy. Solar hot lead from the tropics to other parts of the world through weather systems. But also as guardians of the Earth and space, help regulate the temperature global capturing and releasing energy in the atmosphere. In this connection , the clouds are like greenhouse gases. If the clouds would change because of global warming, the change could result in additional heating.
This picture, acquired by GOES the 30 May 2010, shows the thermal energy in the Western Hemisphere. The areas which are warmer are more white and light gray. The desert along the Pacific coast of South America is a white stripe down the center of the globe. The coldest regions that emit lower amounts of thermal energy are dark gray and black. These dark spots on the globe are high clouds.
The clouds emit energy in proportion to their temperature. This image shows that the low cloud emit approximately the same amount of thermal energy of the earth's surface. This is most clearly visible above the Pacific Ocean. The water is almost white, while the low marine clouds are gray. This means that a world without low clouds lose about the same amount of energy in a world with low clouds.
Potentially dangerous scenario was solved quickly thanks to effective collaboration between the Swiss and Italian air forces Italian who developed common procedures.
The two Italian fighters had taken off from Grosseto Air Base in central Italy and intercepted the plane at the border of two nations. They were able to verify his identification in full coordination with the air defense system of Switzerland and escorted the aircraft safely across the border until the F/A-18 have not taken control.
The exercise was part of a bilateral agreement signed recently between the two nations, which aims to strengthen their partnership in air defense and clearly demonstrates the flexibility and interoperability of the Typhoon able to work effectively with all Air Force, including non-NATO countries.