Spanish group Inna On Tuesday (10/17), it took over the final operation of São Paulo’s Congonhas Airport, after a period of joint control with Infraeiro.
According to the company, the first flight from the terminal under the new management was GOL 1553, which departed from Recife and landed in São Paulo at 6:03 am. The first flight was Azul 4006 at 6:09 a.m. bound for Belo Horizonte.
Aena acquired the Congonhas Airport concession in August last year, along with 10 other terminals located in the states of Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso do Sul and Pará.
The contract was signed in March this year, but was only implemented in June due to problems related to the payment of the grant made by the company at the auction amounting to R$ 2.45 billion. Aina wanted to pay under court orders, which the government did not accept. The amount ended up being paid in cash.
As reported capital Citiesthe concessionaire intends to deliver a new passenger terminal in Congonhas by 2028, revitalizing the runways and expanding the aircraft apron.
In addition to Congonhas, the Spanish group has definitively acquired the stations in Uberlandia (MG) and Campo Grande (MS).
By November 30, the company must acquire the airports of Ponta Porra (MS), Corumba (MS), Uberaba (MG), Montes Claros (MG), Marabá (PA), Caraga (PA), Santarém (PA) and Altamira. (Palestinian Authority).
Currently, Aena operates 46 airports in Spain, one in the United Kingdom, 12 in Mexico, two in Colombia and two in Jamaica. In 2020, the company took control of a group of six airports in the northeastern region.
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