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Our portfolio

Apart from the homebase in Zurich, Flughafen Zürich AG is currently engaged at ten airports in seven countries in Latin America and Asia. New project opportunities in the existing and other markets are regularly examined.

Brazil

In November 2013, a consortium including Zurich Airport won a 30 year concession to operate the Tancredo Neves International Airport (CNF) serving Brazil’s 3rd largest agglomeration with a 5.5 million population including the city of Belo Horizonte. Flughafen Zurich will advise CNF in commercial and operational matters and has nominated the Operations and Commercial Officers.

Chile

A-port Chile S.A. is based in Santiago de Chile. Through A-port Flughafen Zürich AG has indirect stakes in two regional airports in Chile: Antofagasta and Iquique in the north.

The concessions of Iquique and Antofagasta will run until 2016 and 2022 respectively. A-port also held the concessions for Calama and La Serena airports until 2012, and operated the airport in Puerto Montt until 2014.

 

A-port Operaciones S.A. is the airport operating arm of Flughafen Zürich AG in Latin America and the Caribbean. Flughafen Zürich AG holds a 49% in A-port Chile S.A. and a 62% stake in A-port Operaciones S.A.

Curaçao

Since 2009, Flughafen Zürich AG is a minority shareholder (7.5%) of Curaçao Airport Partners N.V. (CAP), the concessionaire of Curacao Airport, and has the right to appoint the Chief Operations Officer. Flughafen Zürich AG, through A-port Operaciones S.A., holds an operations and management (O&M) agreement for the operation of the airport and provides expert advice in different fields of expertise including operations, commercial and infrastructure development.

India

Bengaluru International Airport was developed as a greenfield airport and began operation on 24 May, 2008 following a construction period of 35 months. At the same time the old airport closed for commercial operation.
 
Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL), the owner and operator of the airport, is set up as a public private partnership in which Flughafen Zürich AG has a 5% stake.

Colombia

Flughafen Zürich AG's affiliate A-port Operaciones Colombia S.A.S. entered into a technical services agreement (TSA) with OPAIN, the concessionaire of Bogotá’s main El Dorado airport. A-port Operaciones Colombia supports OPAIN in all operational and commercial matters, and was responsible for the successful start-up of the new international and domestic terminals of El Dorado Airport.

A-port Operaciones Colombia holds the positions of the Chief Operations Officer, Director Airport Operations, Director Operations Planning and the Director of Airport Maintenance.

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