Jorge Chávez International Airport

On November 15, 2000, a consortium composed of German airport operator Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide (then called Flughafen Frankfurt/Main AG), Bechtel Enterprises Services, Ltd. (then called Bechtel Enterprises International, Ltd.), which formed part of the Bechtel Group, an American group of companies originally engaged in construction, and Cosapi S.A., a Peruvian construction company, was awarded the concession for the construction, operation and transfer (“BOT”) of the "Jorge Chavez" International Airport (JCIA) in the Constitutional Province of Callao in Peru. Lima Airport Partners S.R.L. (LAP), the concessionaire company created by the consortium to comply with the requirements under the Concession Agreement, started operating the JCIA on February 14, 2001. The Peruvian Government has granted LAP a 30-year concession for the JCIA operation and expansion. In December 2001, Bechtel Enterprises Services, Ltd. transferred its share in LAP to Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. (a subsidiary of Alterra Partners), an airport operator whose shareholders are Bechtel and Singapore Changi Airport Enterprise Pte Ltd. (SCAE). SCAE is the operator of the Singapore Airport. In September 2003, Cosapi sold its share in LAP to Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. Since then, LAP’s partnership structure has been as follows: Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. with 57.25 percent and Fraport AG with 42.75 percent.. In August 2007, Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide acquired the 57.25% stake of Alterra Lima Holdings and the company became the single owner of Lima Airport Partners. In June 2008, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and the Fund for Investment in Infrastructure, Public Services and Natural Resources, managed by AC Capitales SAFI, joined LAP as a partner. As a result, the composition of the company has now been established in the following terms: Fraport AG with 70.01% of share capital; the International Finance Corporation with 19.99%; and the Fund for Investment in Infrastructure, Public Services and Natural Resources, managed by AC Capitales SAFI S.A., with 10%. Vision We are a leading aeronautical and commercial service company that operates safely and efficiently, acts in accordance with our values, and works in harmony with the environment. Mission We manage a safe and efficient airport with professional and technical personnel who are highly committed to efficiency, excellence and ethics, meeting and exceeding the expectations of our users (passengers, airlines and concessionaires). We create sustainable value for the benefit of our investors, the community and the country in general, within the legal framework and commitments agreed to with the Peruvian State.

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Jorge Chávez International Airport
Location: Lima, Municipalidad Metropolitana de Lima, Peru
Languages: English, Spanish
Description: On November 15, 2000, a consortium composed of German airport operator Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide (then called Flughafen Frankfurt/Main AG), Bechtel Enterprises Services, Ltd. (then called Bechtel Enterprises International, Ltd.), which formed part of the Bechtel Group, an American group of companies originally engaged in construction, and Cosapi S.A., a Peruvian construction company, was awarded the concession for the construction, operation and transfer (“BOT”) of the "Jorge Chavez" International Airport (JCIA) in the Constitutional Province of Callao in Peru. Lima Airport Partners S.R.L. (LAP), the concessionaire company created by the consortium to comply with the requirements under the Concession Agreement, started operating the JCIA on February 14, 2001. The Peruvian Government has granted LAP a 30-year concession for the JCIA operation and expansion. In December 2001, Bechtel Enterprises Services, Ltd. transferred its share in LAP to Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. (a subsidiary of Alterra Partners), an airport operator whose shareholders are Bechtel and Singapore Changi Airport Enterprise Pte Ltd. (SCAE). SCAE is the operator of the Singapore Airport. In September 2003, Cosapi sold its share in LAP to Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. Since then, LAP’s partnership structure has been as follows: Alterra Lima Holdings, Ltd. with 57.25 percent and Fraport AG with 42.75 percent.. In August 2007, Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide acquired the 57.25% stake of Alterra Lima Holdings and the company became the single owner of Lima Airport Partners. In June 2008, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, and the Fund for Investment in Infrastructure, Public Services and Natural Resources, managed by AC Capitales SAFI, joined LAP as a partner. As a result, the composition of the company has now been established in the following terms: Fraport AG with 70.01% of share capital; the International Finance Corporation with 19.99%; and the Fund for Investment in Infrastructure, Public Services and Natural Resources, managed by AC Capitales SAFI S.A., with 10%. Vision We are a leading aeronautical and commercial service company that operates safely and efficiently, acts in accordance with our values, and works in harmony with the environment. Mission We manage a safe and efficient airport with professional and technical personnel who are highly committed to efficiency, excellence and ethics, meeting and exceeding the expectations of our users (passengers, airlines and concessionaires). We create sustainable value for the benefit of our investors, the community and the country in general, within the legal framework and commitments agreed to with the Peruvian State.
Website: http://www.lap.com.pe/lap_portal/ingles/
Telephone: Office: +51 5116055 (Landline)
Products/Services: Airports