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Apart from the homebase in Zurich, Flughafen Zürich AG is currently engaged at six airports in four countries in Latin America.

Brazil

In November 2013, a consortium comprising Brazilian company CCR and Flughafen Zürich AG was awarded the contract for a 30-year concession for the expansion and operation of the international airport Tancredo Neves (CNF) in Belo Horizonte, which serves Brazil's third-largest metropolitan area with around 5.5 million inhabitants. Flughafen Zürich AG has a comprehensive service contract with BH Airport and provides support with commercial and operational aspects. Its role is that of Chief Operations Officer.

In March 2017, Flughafen Zürich AG won the concession for the expansion and operation of Hercílio Luz (FLN) international airport in Florianópolis in southern Brazil. This is the first airport project to be wholly owned by Flughafen Zürich AG. The concession is valid until 2047.

Chile

Through Aport S.A. (Santiago de Chile), Flughafen Zürich AG indirectly holds the concessions for the two regional airports Antofagasta and Iquique in northern Chile. The concession for Iquique has an expected duration of 18 years to a maximum of 25 years. The Antofagasta concession runs until 2022. Flughafen Zürich AG holds all the shares in Aport S.A. and Aport Operaciones S.A. The latter is the operating arm of Flughafen Zürich AG in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Curaçao

Since 2009, through Aport S.A. Flughafen Zürich has held a minority stake (9.7%) in Curaçao Airport Partners N.V. (CAP), the concessionaire and operator of the airport in Curaçao, and acts as Chief Operations Officer. A number of experts at Flughafen Zürich AG and Aport Operaciones S.A. support CAP in various fields, such as flight operations, commerce and infrastructure development.

Colombia

Through a service contract, Aport Operaciones supports the concessionaire of El Dorado airport in Bogotá in all operational and technical matters. Under the service contract, Aport Operaciones assumes the role of Chief Operations Officer for the airport and a further six management positions.

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