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CCR Aeroportos takes over nine airports simultaneously

On 03/09, CCR Aeroportos simultaneously took over the operation of nine Brazilian airports, granted last year by the Federal Government in the 6th Round of Airport Concessions. On March 24 and 31, the company finalizes the operational transition of other assets won in the same auction, adding 15 new airports, in eight states in the South, Midwest, North, and Northeast regions of Brazil. The planned investment in these airports is of BRL 4.8 MM over the 30 years of the concession. In this first operational turnaround, the company becomes responsible for the airports of Londrina and Bacacheri, in Parana state; Bage, in Pelotas and Uruguaiana, in Rio Grande do Sul state; Joinville, in Santa Catarina state; Imperatriz, in Maranhao state; Petrolina, in Pernambuco state; and Palmas, in Tocantins state. On the 24th, it starts operating the airports of Goiania, in the capital of Goias state; of Sao Luis, capital of Maranhao state, and of Teresina, in the capital of Piaui state. In addition to these, on March 31, CCR Aeroportos will take on three more: those in Curitiba and Foz do Iguaçu, in Parana state, and that of Navegantes, in Santa Catarina state. Until the end of the first semester, the company takes over the Pampulha Airport, in Belo Horizonte city, granted by the Government of Minas Gerais state. “CCR Aeroportos is committed to ensuring safety, offering differentiated services, and promoting unique experiences for our customers. For this, we intend to enhance the vocations of each airport, promote the sustainable development of the regions where we operate, business, tourism, job creation, and income”, explains the CEO of CCR Aeroportos, Cristiane Gomes. With the expansion, CCR Aeroportos consolidates its performance as the largest operator in terms of number of airports in Brazil. The company already operates at BH Airport, concessionaire of Belo Horizonte International Airport, in addition to internationally operating the Juan Santamaria airports, in Costa Rica; Quito, Ecuador; and Curaçao, in the Netherlands Antilles, in addition to providing airport services in the United States. – https://www.panrotas.com.br/aviacao/aeroportos/2022/03/ccr-aeroportos-assume-nove-aeroportos-simultaneamente_187861.html