Aena Internacional, the largest airport operator in the world in terms of passenger volume, has been awarded a 30-year concession to manage a group of airports in northeastern Brazil, a region with significant tourism and economic importance, especially the city of Recife. Ineco provided support throughout the entire preparation and handover process.
An expert in air transport and commercial and tax law, Colombia’s Director General of Civil Aeronautics has 25 years of experience in the sector.
Ineco has drafted a master plan for Germán Olano Airport (Puerto Carreño) and airport planning schemes for San Bernardo (Mompox) and Contador (Pitalito) Airports for the Colombian Civil Aviation Authority. These are three small airports that have great impact for the economy and connectivity of their respective regions, especially thanks to tourism, which is opening up the prospects for a promising future.