Groupe ADP operates Santiago de Chile International Airport
Since October 2015, Groupe ADP and its partners have been operating the concession for Santiago de Chile's Arturo-Merito Benítez International Airport, 6th largest airport in Latin America with 24.6 million passengers in 2019.
Groupe ADP (45% of the capital), with its partners Vinci Airports (40%) and Astaldi Concessioni (15%), is part of the Nuevo Pudahuel consortium in charge of operating all the infrastructure for the entire duration of the concession (20 years).
The consortium guarantees the renovation and the expansion of the existing terminal - which will be enlarged from 100,000 to 119,000 m² - but also the financing, design and construction in progress and, at last, the operation of a new 200,000 m² international terminal. This last project is up and running, with the first two boarding halls already in service in 2018 and 2019.
The airport's total capacity will be increased to 30 million passengers per year. Commercial spaces will triple to 22,600 m²; VIP lounges will occupy 7,000 m², and the duty-free zone will be 3,700 m².
ADP Ingénierie, a subsidiary of Groupe ADP, also took part in the project and carried out the architectural and engineering system studies for the new terminal, along with studies for the rehabilitation of the existing terminal and all aeronautical infrastructures.
Thus, with Santiago de Chile Airport, Groupe ADP is fully expressing all its expertise as a global airport operator and its know-how in design and engineering.
Santiago de Chile Airport is one of the 10 best airports in South America for the quality of its passenger services (Skytrax 2020 World Airports Awards).
30 million passengers airport capacity at end of project
traffic growth since the concession was taken over
new destinations opened since 2015