Groupe ADP operates Santiago de Chile International Airport
Since October 2015, Groupe ADP has been responsible for managing Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago de Chile – the fifth busiest airport in South America – through the Nuevo Pudahuel consortium (45% held by Groupe ADP, 40% by VINCI Airports and 15% by Astaldi).
Under 20-year concession contract, this consortium is in charge of the operation of all the infrastructures, including the renovation of the existing facilities, as well as the financing, design, construction and management of a new 200,000 sq.m terminal, that will raise the airport’s capacity to 30 million passengers, expandable to beyond 45 million. Development and construction work on the new terminal is currently under way, with commissioning set for 2020.
Groupe ADP's subsidiary, ADP Ingénierie is responsible for architectural design and systems engineering for the new terminal as well as designs for the renovation of the existing terminal and aeronautical facilities.
This project is a great opportunity for Groupe ADP to fully express its skill as a major airport operator and its engineering expertise.
Surface area of the new terminal
22 new routes opened since takeover