Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste

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Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, S.A.B. de C.V.
Public
Traded as BMVASUR
NYSEASR
Industry Airport Services
Founded 1 April 1998; 19 years ago (1998-04-01)
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Number of locations
10 airports
Area served
Southeast of Mexico
Key people
Fernando Chico Pardo
(Chairman)
Adolfo Castro Rivas
(CEO)
Revenue Decrease US$ 473.1 million (2016)
Increase US$ 176.0 million (2016)
Total assets Decrease US$ 1,417.1 million (2016)
Number of employees
958
Website www.asur.com.mx
Footnotes / references
Source: Annual Report[1]

Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, S.A.B. de C.V., known as ASUR, is a Mexican airport operator headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates 9 airports in the southeastern states of Mexico, including that of Cancun. It is the third largest airport services company by passenger traffic in Mexico. It serves approximately 23 million passengers annually.

ASUR is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange and in the NYSE. It is a constituent of the IPC, the main benchmark index of the Mexican Stock Exchange.

History[edit]

ASUR was created in 1996 as the Mexican government started the privatisation of the country airport network. In 2000, ASUR launched its IPO on the NYSE (through ADRs) and the Mexican Stock Exchange, making 74.9% of the capital public. In 2004, Fernando Chico Pardo becomes the main shareholder of the company. In 2005, the government privatized its remaining 11.1% shares it owned in ASUR, making the company 100% privately held.[2]

In 2008, ASUR reached 17.8 million yearly passengers. In 2012, 19.3 million passengers travelled through ASUR's airports.[2] In 2013, 21 million passengers were recorded in ASUR's airports.[3]

In November 2011, ASUR agreed to sell 49% of its shares of Inversiones y Tecnicas Aeroportuarias (ITA) to the transport company ADO.[4]

In July 2012, in a 50/50 joint-venture with Highstar Capital, ASUR won the bid to operate the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (San Juan, Puerto Rico) for a 40-year term.[5][6]

In December 2015, ASUR signed a deal with SunPower to purchase 36 megawatts of solar energy to power its network of airports and comply with its objective to reduce carbon emissions.[7][8]

In March 2016, amid a financial crisis of domestic competitor OMA (Grupo Aeroportuario Centro Norte), ASUR considered acquiring the airport operator.[9]

Operating Airports[edit]


Mexican Airports

Airport City State ICAO IATA
Cancún International Airport Cancún Quintana Roo
MMUN
CUN
Cozumel International Airport Cozumel Quintana Roo
MMCZ
CZM
Bahías de Huatulco International Airport Huatulco Oaxaca
MMBT
HUX
Mérida International Airport Mérida Yucatán
MMMD
MID
Minatitlán/Coatzacoalcos International Airport Minatitlán Veracruz
MMMT
MTT
Oaxaca International Airport Oaxaca Oaxaca
MMOX
OAX
Tapachula International Airport Tapachula Chiapas
MMTP
TAP
Veracruz International Airport Veracruz Veracruz
MMVR
VER
Villahermosa International Airport Villahermosa Tabasco
MMVA
VSA

Airports outside Mexico[edit]

New Airports
Airport City Country ICAO IATA
Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport [11] San Juan Puerto Rico
TJSJ
SJU

Passenger's number[edit]

Number of passengers at each airport by 2016:[12]

Rank Airport City State Passengers
1 Cancún International Airport Cancún Quintana Roo 21,415,795
2 Mérida International Airport Mérida Yucatán 1,944,782
3 Veracruz International Airport Veracruz Veracruz 1,315,867
4 Villahermosa International Airport Villahermosa Tabasco 1,240,795
5 Oaxaca International Airport Oaxaca Oaxaca 746,910
6 Bahías de Huatulco International Airport Huatulco Oaxaca 662,780
7 Cozumel International Airport Cozumel Quintana Roo 538,092
8 Tapachula International Airport Tapachula Chiapas 308,788
9 Minatitlán/Coatzacoalcos International Airport Minatitlán Veracruz 233,242
Total 28,407,051

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2016 Annual Report" (PDF) (in Spanish). Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste. March 2017. Retrieved June 30, 2017. 
  2. ^ a b "Company history". Asur.com.mx. Retrieved 2016-04-22. [self-published source]
  3. ^ "Mexican airports group ASUR records robust traffic increase in 2013". Moodiereport.com. 7 January 2014. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  4. ^ "Asur vende 49% de ITA a grupo ADO". Eluniversal.com.mx (in Spanish). 8 November 2011. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  5. ^ Alfonso Rodriguez (20 July 2012). "Mexico's ASUR wins Puerto Rico airport concession". Foxnews.com. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  6. ^ "San Juan airport tender won by Aerostar, an ASUR–Highstar Capital consortium". Centreforaviation.com. 30 July 2012. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  7. ^ Miriam Posada (16 December 2015). "Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste anunció que adquirirá energía solar". Umam.mx (in Spanish). Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  8. ^ "SunPower Tackling 36 MW Of PV In Mexico". Solarindustrymag.com. 17 December 2015. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  9. ^ Arturo Medina Galindo (7 March 2016). "Reportan problemas financieros de OMA y entraría ASUR 'al quite'". Reportur.com. Retrieved 2016-04-23. 
  10. ^ "World-Class Airports". Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste. August 2013. Retrieved 2013-08-26. [self-published source]
  11. ^ "ASUR wins San Juan's Luis Muñoz Marín Airport" (PDF). Aeropuertos del Sureste. Retrieved 2013-08-28. 
  12. ^ "Passenger Traffic". Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste. January 2017. Retrieved January 10, 2017. 

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