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ACI-LAC announces new members of its Board of Directors

The Dominican Republic's Mónika Infante, CEO of AERODOM, assumes presidency of the Board of Directors of the Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) for the period 2024 - 2025. She is the first woman to lead the association since it was founded in 1991.

GCG Group Joins ACI-LAC as a World Business Partner

GCG Group, a leading provider of specialized services for airlines, airports, and diverse companies, and institutions, has reached a pivotal milestone by joining the Airports Council International Latin America and Caribbean (ACI-LAC) as a World Business Partner.     

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Thales, Leader in innovation and technology, joins ACI-LAC

Thales, a global leader in cutting-edge technology and innovation, is the latest World Business Partner of Airport Council International Latin America and the Caribbean.

PDC, a World-Leading Software Supplier, joins ACI-LAC as a New World Business Partner

PDC, a renowned global software provider with a 30-year track record of delivering cutting-edge solutions to the aviation industry, joins the Airports Council International Latin America and Caribbean (ACI-LAC) as a World Business Partner.

London Supply Aeropuertos joins ACI-LAC to raise airport industry standards in Latin America and the Caribbean

London Supply Group, Airports Division - specializing in the design, construction, operation and management of airport terminals - joins Airports Council International - Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC).

El Dorado International Airport Attains Milestone as the First Airport in Latin America and the Caribbean to Achieve Level 4 “Transformation” in ACA Program

Airports Council International - Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) proudly announces that El Dorado International Airport, located in Bogota, Colombia, has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first airport in the Latin America and Caribbean to achieve Level 4 "Transformation" in the ACI Airport Carbon Accreditation program.

Passenger traffic at airports in Latin America and the Caribbean grew 6.3% over 2019.

Airports Council International for Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) presents passenger traffic data at the region's airports in June 2023 and in the first half of the year (January to June) compared to 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.