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Corporacion America operates airport and cargo terminals in fifty-one airports of Latin America and Europe. This activity comprises airport operations and commercial management, as well as fuelling, cargo, and related services.

CONTACT

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  • 4, rue de la Grêve, L-1643 Luxembourg
  • TE: +352 26 25 82 74
  • E-MAIL: CONTACT@CORPORACIONAMERICAAIRPORTS.COM

ABOUT US

COMPANY OVERVIEW
HISTORY
CORPORATE INFORMATION

Corporación America Airports (“CAAP”) is the largest private sector airport operator in the world by number of airports, and the tenth largest in terms of passenger traffic. Currently, we operate 52 airports in 7 countries across Latin America and Europe. In 2016 we served 71.8 million passengers.

 

Company Highlights

We are a global platform through which we acquire, develop and operate airport concessions.
Since 1998, we have established a strong track record of acquisitions, and remain well positioned to continue our global expansion
We have a diversified portfolio of airports in attractive geographies, with significant growth potential.
With over 20 years of experience, we have acquired an unmatched collective know-how and expertise in airport operations, based on five key pillars:

1. Airlines and Routes
2. Maximization of commercial revenues
3. Operations optimization
4. Efficient capital investment planning
5. Government affairs

We have a solid financial position with improving results and a predictable cash generation.

Corporate Information

 

Corporate Headquarters

4, rue de la Grêve, L-1643 Luxembourg

 

Corporate Governance

    CAAP's corporate structure reflects the operational alignment of our company.

 

Senior Management

    CAAP is a holding company in charge of the subsidiaries that operate our airport portfolio.

    Under the guidelines provided by the Board of Directors, our business is managed through various committees that are formed by the Senior Management and some of the executives of the subsidiaries. The Senior Management is comprised of the following positions:

 

• CEO (Chief Executive Officer)

• Head of Finance and M&A

• CFO (Chief Financial Officer)1

• Head of Accounting, International Control, Compliance & Tax

• Legal

• Head of Business Developments

• Head of European Business Developments

Please see management chart:

 

Name

Date of Birth

(mm/dd/yyyy)

Position Held

First Appointment

Martin Francisco Antranik Eurnekian

11/28/1978

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

[date]

Raúl Guillermo Francos

07/01/1947

Chief Financial and Administrative Officer (CFO)

[date]

Jorge Arruda

04/09/1968

Finance and M&A Manager

[date]

Raul Galante

07/24/1960

Accounting, Internal Controls, Compliance and Tax Manager

[date]

Andres Zenarruza

mm/dd/yyyy

Legal Manager

[date]

Eugenio Perissé

mm/dd/yyyy

Business Development Manager

[date]

 

1 Includes investors’ relations function

 

Martín Francisco Antranik Eurnekian. Mr. Martín Eurnekian is the chairman of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 (AA2000) and CEO of Corporacion America Airports. He is a member of the boards of directors of the airport operating companies controlled by the group. Mr. Eurnekian has more than 15 years of experience in managing different businesses (retail, services and construction/engineering) in seven different countries (Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Italy and Armenia).

    In particular, Mr. Eurnekian has led the processes associated with evaluating, acquiring and constructing (or re-modeling), and is involved in the management of the following airports, in addition to Carrasco/Montevideo International Airport: Punta del Este (Uruguay), Guayaquil (Ecuador), Brasilia (Brazil), Natal (Brazil), Pisa and Firenze (Italy), among others. Mr. Eurnekian holds an Engineering degree in Information Technology from Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina. 

 

Raúl Guillermo Francos. Mr. Francos is our Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, and he has also served on AA2000’s board of directors since 2013 and as AA2000’s CFO since 2003. Prior to joining AA2000, he served as Executive Director of Interbaires. He also served for 11 years in different roles in the health insurance sector, including as Planning Manager and Deputy General Manager at HSBC Salud S.A., Executive Vice-Chairman at OSDO and as plant engineer, plant manager, production manager and manager of business units at Grupo Ferrum Consortium.

    Mr. Francos has an industrial engineering degree from the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires (Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires) and a Master in Business Administration from the Institute of Business Studies of Austral University (Instituto de Estudios Empresariales de la Universidad Austral).

 

Jorge Arruda. Mr. Arruda is our Finance and M&A Manager. Prior to joining us, [insert prior experience].  Mr. Arruda has a [insert type of degree] from [insert university].

 

Raúl Galante. Mr. Galante is our Accounting, Internal Controls, Compliance and Tax Manager, and he has also served as CFO for CAISA and Puerta del Sur, since [____] and [____], respectively. Mr. Galante has 10 years of experience in the airport industry, and his prior experience includes serving as CFO for EXXEL Group from [year] to [year] and as CFO of Malteria Uruguay from [year] to [year]. Mr. Galante has a Public Accountant degree from the Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay.

 

Andres Zenarruza. Mr. Zenarruza is our Legal Manager. Prior to joining us, Mr. Zenarruza practiced law in the legal department of the Corporate and Investment Bank of Citi in Argentina and as an associate at Baker and McKenzie’s Buenos Aires office. He received his law degree from the University of Buenos Aires (UBA) in 2000 and a Master of Laws from the University of Cambridge in 2002. Mr. Zenarruza is a British Chevening Scholar and a Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholar.

 

Eugenio Perissé. Mr. Perissé is our Business Development Manager. Mr. Perissé has over 30 years of experience in airport planning, project coordination and on-site Construction Management. Mr. Perissé has an Architectural degree from Buenos Aires University.

 

 

Board of Directors

 

    The Board of Directors oversees and advises the CEO and Senior Management in heading up CAAP's business. The Board of Directors, through the CEO, who is member of the Board, is involved in all decisions of fundamental importance to the company. At regular intervals the Board of Directors discusses business development and planning, strategy and implementation. The Board of Directors approves the Consolidated Financial Statements of CAAP, with due consideration for auditing reports from the auditors performing the final audit and the outcome of audits performed by the Audit Committee.

    The Board of Directors makes decisions by resolutions.

    According to the bylaws of the Company, the Board shall institute special committees, including an Audit committee which shall be composed of 3 (three) independent members.

    The Audit committee chairs reports regularly to the Board of Directors concerning the work of their committees.

    The Board of Directors has 7 members. The members are:

 

• Eduardo Eurnekian (Chairman)

• Martin Eurnekian (CEO)

• Máximo Bomchil

• Roderick H. McGeoch

• David Arendt (Audit Committee)

• Valérie Péchon (Audit Committee)

• Carlo Alberto Montagna (Audit Committee)

 

Name

Date of Birth

(mm/dd/yyyy)

Position Held

First appointment

Eduardo Eurnekian

12/04/1932

Chairman

[__]

Martín Francisco Antranik Eurnekian

11/28/1978

Chief Executive Officer

[__]

Maximo Bomchil

05/13/1950

[__]

[__]

Roderick H. McGeoch

10/02/1946

[__]

[__]

David Arendt

[__]

Audit Committee

[__]

Valerie Pechon

11/10/1975

Audit Committee

[__]

Carlos Alberto Montagna

[__]

Audit Committee

[__]

 

 

Eduardo Eurnekian. Mr. Eduardo Eurnekian is the president of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation. He is a member of the Executive Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and vice-president of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce (Vicepresidente de la Cámara Argentina de Comercio). He was president of the Inter-American Council for Trade and Production –from 2013 until 2016- (Cicyp - Consejo Interamericano de Comercio y Producción) and he received various international awards, among which the 2012 Business for Peace Award (Oslo, Norway), the “Leonardo” Award (1999) by the Italian government, distinction that is given to the best foreign businessman, the award for the best businessman of year 2012 by the Latin-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CAMACOL - Cámara de Comercio e Industria de Latinoamérica) and the Latin American Air Transport Innovators Award 2014 by IATA. In 2013 he was named Ambassador for Peace of Armenia by the United Nations.

    In 2017, the Brazilian government bestowed on him the Orden de Rio Branco (garter of Rio Branco). He is Chairman and/or Director of various enterprises devoted to agribusiness, infrastructure, financing, and real estate. Mr. Eurnekian is founder and former Chairman of the Argentine Chamber of Development and Satellite Applications (Cámara Argentina de Desarrollos y Aplicaciones Satelitales), América 2 TV Channel and Cablevisión S.A. He was also Director of AM América, Radio Del Plata, FM Aspen and Metropolitana radio stations and Responsible Editor of the financial newspaper El Cronista Comercial.

 

Martín Francisco Antranik Eurnekian. Mr. Martín Eurnekian is the chairman of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 (AA2000) and CEO of Corporacion America Airports. He is a member of the boards of directors of the airport operating companies controlled by the group. Mr. Eurnekian has more than 15 years of experience in managing different businesses (retail, services and construction/engineering) in seven different countries (Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Italy and Armenia).

    In particular, Mr. Eurnekian has led the processes associated with evaluating, acquiring and constructing (or re-modeling), and is involved in the management of the following airports, in addition to Carrasco/Montevideo International Airport: Punta del Este (Uruguay), Guayaquil (Ecuador), Brasilia (Brazil), Natal (Brazil), Pisa and Firenze (Italy), among others. Mr. Eurnekian holds an Engineering degree in Information Technology from Universidad de Belgrano, Argentina. 

 

Máximo Luis Bomchil. Mr. Bomchil has a law degree from the Catholic University of Argentina (Universidad Católica Argentina) (1973), a Juris Doctor from Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany (1976), and a Master of Laws from the University College of London University (1977). He is the Honorary Chairman of the law firm M. & M. Bomchil, former senior and managing partner of the firm and former head of the firm’s tax department. 
    His practice focuses on general commercial and corporate law matters, with particular emphasis on corporate and tax matters, corporate acquisition arrangements and corporate restructuring. He represented national and foreign clients in public utility privatization processes, such as telecommunications, water supply, sewage services, airports and power generation and participated in various company acquisitions and corporate reorganizations.

    Mr. Bomchil has been a member of the board of the Buenos Aires Bar Association and is its representative at the International Bar Association´s council. He is a fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He is a former Vice Chairman of the Franco-Argentine Chamber of Commerce and Industry and at present president of the Alliance Française of Buenos Aires and member of the board of trustees of the Fondation Alliance Française in Paris, France.

    Mr. Bomchil is also member of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce. In 1993, he was decorated by France as Chevalier de l’Ordre Nationale du Mérit and in 2015 as Officer of the Legion d’ Honneur. He has been recognized by publications such as Chambers Latin America and Best Lawyers. Mr. Bomchil is Chairman of HCA S.A., an important hotel business group in Argentina and member of the board of directors of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 S.A. He is also a syndic of Central Vuelta de Obligado S.A., ENEL Costanera S.A. and Hidroeléctrica El Chocón S.A.

 

Roderick H. McGeoch. On January 26, 2013 Mr McGeoch became an Officer of the Order of Australia in recognition of his “distinguished service to the community through contributions to a range of organizations, and to sport, particularly through leadership in securing the Sydney Olympic Games”. Those sectors include: foreign representation; arts; Trans-Tasman; telecommunications; sport; international Finance; Australia/New Zealand Leadership Forum; entertainment; law; and media and marketing.

    Mr McGeoch is a member of the Advisory Board of American Infrastructure Holdings since November 1, 2013; on November 1, 2009 he was appointed Chairman of BGP Holdings Plc.; he is a consultant to Corporación América; a director of Destination New South; Chairman of MediaWorks as of October 31, 2013; director of the board of Ramsay Health Care Limited; he has served for many years at the Board of the Salvation Army Eastern Territories; is the proposed Chairman of Sentient/Corporación América; was appointed to the Sky City Board of Directors in September 2002; is deputy Chairman of Sydney Cricket Ground & Sports Trust; and in January 2005 was appointed Chairman of Vantage Private Equity Growth Limited. Mr. McGeoch is widely recognized as one of the most prominent solicitors in practice in Australia today. He is Past Chairman Emeritus of Corrs Chambers Westgarth; he has been a member of Law Society of NSW since 1970 and was President in 1984; Mr. 

    McGeoch was the Chief Executive Officer of Sydney’s successful Bid for the Olympic Games held in Sydney in the Year 2000. He has become a consultant and adviser to many sporting organizations within Australia and speaks regularly in Australia and overseas on the various aspects of running a successful sporting business or event. He was the foundation Chairman of The Committee for Sydney and the National Patron of Business Club Australia. He is a past chairman of the board of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and has been a member of the Salvation Army’s Territorial Headquarters & Sydney Advisory Board. He was until 2007 the Foundation Chairman of the Sony Foundation and served on the Council of Knox Grammar School for eight years from 1999 to 2005.

    Mr McGeoch receives numerous invitations to speak at public meetings, conferences and symposiums on matters concerning business development, marketing, the law and the Olympic Games. He has published two books: “McGeoch” in 1988 and “The Bid” in 1994. Roderick is a graduate of the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Laws degree and was placed 8th in the year’s Order of Merit in his final year. He has received the following awards during his career: Member of the Order of Australia (1990); The Key to the City of Sydney (1993); Paul Harris Fellowship by Rotary Australia (1993); ABC Sports Administrator of the Year (1994); Spirit of Australia Award (1994); Order of Merit, from the Australian Olympic Committee (1994); “Advertising Age International” Marketing Superstar Award (1994); Australian Institute of Export (NSW) - National Export Hero (1997); Tourism Legend Award – Tourism Training Australia (1999); Chairman’s Special Achievement Award – Australian Tourism Award (2000); International Olympic Committee – Order of Merit (2000); and Officer of the Order of Australia (2013). 

 

David Arendt. David Arendt is a Partner of The Directors’ Office, the leading practice of independent directors in Luxembourg, which he joined in May 2017. He has worked in Europe and the United States in law, finance and business. Most recently he has been Managing Director of Le Freeport Luxembourg, a high tech/highly secure facility for storing valuable goods and Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Cargolux, the all-cargo carrier based in Luxembourg. He has extensive experience in the fields of law, IT, corporate control, corporate finance, project management, budgeting, long term planning and administration. His career started in Law with the leading Luxembourg law firm Arendt & Medernach and he was a member of the Luxembourg and New York bars.

    He is a well known figure in Luxembourg and internationally in the business (including aviation and logistics), art and financial industries. In parallel to his activity of independent director, he acts as consultant and project manager on real estate, logistics and academic projects. He is the principal and Managing Director of Arendt Capital Sàrl, a company he created in January 2017. He is Independent Director of a number of financial and commercial organizations; is a consultant in Innovatium AG; he was Executive Vice President & CFO of Cargolux Airlines International SA (1998 to 2011), Member of the Management Banque Générale du Luxembourg (now BGL BNP Paribas) (1994 to 1998), Vice President of Merrill Lynch (1990 to 1994), European Corporate Finance of Prudential Securities (1987 to 1990), Associate in Sherman & Sterling (1983 to 1987), Associate in Debevoise & Plimpton (1980 to 1982) and Associate in Arendt & Medernach (1977 to 1980).

 

Valérie Pechon. Valérie Pechon is a founding member of Key Partners S.à r.l., a Luxembourg based trust services provider, member of the Luxembourg Order of Chartered Accountants (“Ordre des Experts-Comptables”); she is an Independent and non-executive director in Luxembourg companies. From 2011 to 2016 she served as a domiciliation director (part of the extended Management Team) in Intertrust Luxembourg. She has also served as domiciliation manager in Alter Domus Luxembourg (2008-2010) and as audit assignment management – External Auditor in Deloitte Audit Luxembourg.

    She is member of recruitment staff/ taking part to job and recruitments days; she made a traineeship at Santiago de Chile Deloitte’s office (4 months) and was part of a case study: retirement fund techniques in Chile. 

    Ms. Pechon has a Four-year University degree in Business Administration (ULG-EAA) with orientation in finance; she is a native speaker of French and Spanish and speaks English fluently. She achieved all exams (9 topics) to be allowed at the DAP examination (“Réviseur d‘Entreprises”), is a Chartered Accountant, member of OEC Luxembourg and was part of Working out and presentation seminars related to investment funds, audit techniques, and soft skills.

 

Carlo Alberto Montagna. Mr. Montagna is a Partner of The Directors’ Office, the leading practice of independent directors in Luxembourg, where he serves since September 2014. He is member of the Board of Directors of the following organizations: Credit Andorra Asset Management Luxembourg; Crediinvest Sicav; Global Investment Sicav Sif; Tailored Fund Sicav; Alessia Sicav; Pragma Sicav Sif; Simplify Sicav Sif; 8a+ Sicav; Solanum Sicav; KHG/Keystone Sicav Sif; Permian Global GP and Permian Global ManCo; Permian Holding Sàrl; Pareturn Sicav; Eurofund Sicav Sif; BOC Ucits Sicav; Infusive Sicav; Halkin Global Sicav Sif; Santander Sicav, Santander International Sicav, Numeraire Sif, MDO Group, Zest Asset Management Sicav, Plenum Sicav RAIF, Poland Direct Lending Fund Sicav RAIF.

    He is also Conducting Officer and Member of the Board of: Method Investments Sicav and Fagus Multimanager Sicav. He is a member of ALFI and ILA. Mr. Montagna has completed all examinations of 3 years of Economics and Law in the University of Pavia, Italy, Faculty of Economics (1982-1985). He has performed the following trainings: ICMB/CIMB Geneva: Swaps valuation, hedging and trading strategies; ICMB/CIMB Geneva: Practical Yield Curve building; Euromoney Trainings: Advanced Swap; and Regular trainings on AML, new legislation and directives provided by MDO/TDO. He served as Head of Sales and International Development at the European Fund Administration S.A. in Luxembourg (2009– 2010); he has also been a Member of the Board of Directors of Asset Management Services S.p.A. Milan – Italy. He has served at BNY Mellon Asset Servicing (2007-2009); and at The Bank of New York Mellon International Ltd Luxembourg (2003-2009) as Managing Director, Asset Services Sales for Continental Europe. He has also served as Managing Director, Client Executive for Investment Managers, Insurances, Foundations, Pension Funds in Continental Europe (2003-2007).

    During his service at BNY Mellon, he developed as Member of the Board of Directors of Crediinvest Sicav Luxembourg, Investcredit Sicav Luxembourg and of Goldman Sachs Structured Investments Sicav Luxembourg. He has also served at IMI Bank (Lux) S.A. Luxembourg (2002-2003) and with IMI/Sanpaolo IMI Group (1993-2003).

   During 2003 he served as Member of the Securities Market Commission of the ABBL as principal delegate of the Italian Banks’ Association in Luxembourg. From 2000 to 2002 he served as Director Investment Banking division in IMI Bank (Lux) S.A. Luxembourg, from 1998 to 2000 as Head of Treasury at Banca IMI s.p.a. Milan, also Member of the Italian Banks Treasurers’ Committee at the Bank of Italy under the supervision of the European Central Bank; from 1993 tol 1998 he served at IMI Bank (Lux) S.A. Luxembourg, and from 1991 to 1993 as Senior Dealer, proprietary trader at Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Head Office Rome. He served at Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino (1985–1991) and as Former Fireman in Milan’s Firebrigade including military service (1983-1985).

1998
We won the national and international bid led by the Argentine National Government for the concession of 33 airports in Argentina, including the two largest airports: Ezeiza, which serves as the country's primary gateway for international air travel, and Aeroparque, located in Argentina's capital city, which serves as the country's primary hub for domestic air travel. Our other airports serve major metropolitan areas the Argentine provinces, as well as tourist destinations and regional centers.
2001
We acquired the concession to operate Neuquen Airport, located in the Patagonia region, in Argentina.
2002
We acquired the concession to operate Zvartnots International Airport, 12 km from downtown Yerevan, Armenia's capital city.
2003
As part of the consortium Puerta del Sur S.A., we acquired the concession to operate Carrasco International Airport, located 19 km from downtown Montevideo, Uruguay's capital city.
2004
We also acquired the concession to operate José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport, the Guayaquil Airport, located 5 km from downtown Guayaquil, Ecuador.
2007
An amendment to the Armenian concession was made to include Shirak Airport, the second civil airport in Armenia, into our concession.
2008
We acquired the concession to run Punta del Este airport in Maldonado, Uruguay, a major tourist destination in the country.
2008
We acquired the concession to operate Bahia Blanca Airport, in Argentina.
2011
Together with Andino Investment Holding, we acquired the Aeropuertos Andino's concession, to operate six principal airports in southern Peru. Currently only five airports are operated by us.
2011
We acquired the concession to operate Seymour Airport in Baltra Island, Galapagos Archipelago, our second airport in Ecuador.
2011
In 2011, as part of the consortium Inframerica, we acquired the concession to build a greenfield international airport, São Gonçalo do Amarante, in Natal (Northeastern Brazil).
2012
In 2012, as partners of Inframerica, we acquired the concession to operate Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek International Airport, the Brasilia Airport, located 11 km from downtown Brasilia, Brazil's capital.
2012
Pursuant to an agreement between AA2000 and the Argentine province of Santiago del Estero, we began operating the Termas de Río Hondo Airport, our 36th airport in Argentina.
2014
We acquired stakes in the Pisa and Florence airport operations through a number of private acquisitions as well as two public tender offers. In 2015, we formed Toscana Aeroporti S.p.A., the management company for both Pisa and Florence airports, which is publicly listed on the Milano Stock Exchange (Borsa Italiana) of which we own 51.1% of the common stock outstanding.
2017
As part of the AA2000 consortium, we were awarded the concession rights related to the operation of the El Palomar Airport (''El Palomar Airport''), located in the province of Buenos Aires, our 37th airport in Argentina.
1998
Argentina
We won the national and international bid led by the... READ MORE
2001
Argentina
We acquired the concession to operate Neuquen Airport,... READ MORE
2002
Armenia
We acquired the concession to operate Zvartnots... READ MORE
2003
Uruguay
As part of the consortium Puerta del Sur S.A., we... READ MORE
2004
Ecuador
We also acquired the concession to operate José Joaquín... READ MORE
2007
Armenia
An amendment to the Armenian concession was made to... READ MORE
2008
Uruguay
We acquired the concession to run Punta del Este... READ MORE
2008
Argentina
We acquired the concession to operate Bahia Blanca... READ MORE
2011
Perú
Together with Andino Investment Holding, we acquired... READ MORE
2011
Ecuador
We acquired the concession to operate Seymour Airport... READ MORE
2011
Brazil
In 2011, as part of the consortium Inframerica, we... READ MORE
2012
Brazil
In 2012, as partners of Inframerica, we acquired the... READ MORE
2012
Termas de Río Hondo Airport
Pursuant to an agreement between AA2000 and the... READ MORE
2014
Italy
We acquired stakes in the Pisa and Florence airport... READ MORE
2017
El Palomar Airport
As part of the AA2000 consortium, we were awarded the... READ MORE
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ANNUAL PASSENGER TRAFFIC

INVESTORS

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
REPORTS
DATE EVENT ARCHIVE

AIRPORTS

Argentina
AIRPORTS: 37
Uruguay
AIRPORTS: 2
Brazil
AIRPORTS: 2
Peru
AIRPORTS: 5
Ecuador
AIRPORTS: 2
Italy
AIRPORTS: 2
Armenia
AIRPORTS: 2
Argentina
AIRPORTS: 37
PAX: 32,6 MM
Revenue: USD 840,9 MM
61.5%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Uruguay
AIRPORTS: 2
PAX: 2 MM
Revenue: USD 97,8 MM
7.2%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Brazil
AIRPORTS: 2
PAX: 20,4 MM
Revenue: USD 127 MM
9.3%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Peru
AIRPORTS: 5
PAX: 3 MM
Revenue: N/A
N/A%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Ecuador
AIRPORTS: 2
PAX: 4.2 MM
Revenue: USD 85,3 MM
6.2%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Italy
AIRPORTS: 2
PAX: 7,5 MM
Revenue: USD 141,3MM
10.3%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
Armenia
AIRPORTS: 2
PAX: 2,1 MM
Revenue: USD 73,2 MM
5.4%
Relative share of consolidated revenue
MORE INFO
The Company reports Aeropuertos Ecológicosde Galapagos (ECOGAL) and Aeropuertos Andinos del Peru (AAP) as investments in associates. Nevertheless, their operational information is included (number of airports and passengers).
All information corresponds to 2016.
AIRPORTS ARGENTINA - ARMENIA
BRAZIL - ECUADOR
ITALY - PERU - URUGUAY
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