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Landing In Latin America

Perspectives for the Region's Airports


MAY, 2011 Private sector participation in the operation of Latin American airports is very uneven. While state-owned INFRAERO operates every major airport in Brazil, Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 operates 90% of the airports in Argentina. In the middle we find countries such as Peru, Mexico, Chile and the Dominican Republic where single or groups of airports have been “privatized” through concessions. What is not uneven is the growth rate of current and expected passenger traffic levels in the Latin American region. As the tables estimate, these numbers are likely to continue to grow during the next years. But this upward trend in volumes will represent challenges. First, airports will need to plan, pay and deliver the necessary improvements in capacity. Second, airports will face the test of gaining additional capacity in a limited airspace while at the same time maintaining the highest degree of safety and security. And third, leaving aside the discussion ....




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