Since 2012, Grupo CCR also operates airports

Since 2012, Grupo CCR also operates airports. In Brazil, it’s responsible for the Belo Horizonte International Airport, under management of concessionaire BH Airport.

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  • BH Airport
    In association with airport operator Flughafen Zürich AG, which administrates the Zurich International Airport in Switzerland, Grupo CCR created BH Airport, which company is responsible for managing the Belo Horizonte International Airport, in Confins, Minas Gerais. With an annual volume 10.4 million passengers, the airport is the fifth biggest in the country and is strategically located between the country’s main consumer centers. The BH Airport operation marks the entry of Grupo CCR in the domestic airport segment.
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  • Quiport
    Is the concessionaire responsible for constructing, operating and managing Quito’s New International Airport – Mariscal Sucre. Inaugurated in February 2013, the airport is located 25 km from Ecuador’s capital, whereby 5.5 million people utilize the airport annually.
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  • Aeris Holding Costa Rica
    The Juan Santamaria International Airport is the main entrance to Costa Rica and fundamental for the country’s development. Working in partnership with the government, Aeris Holding Costa Rica transformed the terminal, benefiting 3.5 million passengers annually. Airline companies now count on better services and operating conditions.
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  • Curaçao Airport Partners
    Curaçao Airport Partners is responsible for operating the International Airport of Curaçao, in the Netherlands Antilles. The airport is located on the northern coast, just a few miles from the capital Willemstad, strategically located for transporting goods and supplying fuel to the Caribbean and Latin America. Additionally, more than 1.6 million passengers use this airport annually.
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