Company History

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    Mexican federal government begins privatisation of the country’s airport network
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    Secondary Public Offering of 11.1% of ASUR’s capital still held by Mexican federal government, making ASUR a 100%-privately-owned company.
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    ASUR’s airports reach record figure of 17.8 million passengers in the year.
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    Cancún Airport completes construction of 2nd runway, becoming the only airport in Mexico capable of carrying out simultaneous landings and takeoffs.
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    Corporativo Galajafe, a subsidiary of Mexican ground transport company Grupo ADO, acquires interest in ASUR as minority shareholder in strategic partner, ITA.
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    ASUR begins operations as private company.
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    ASUR launches first large-scale remodelling and extension project in its airports, starting with Cancún, Cozumel and Mérida.
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    Initial Public Offering of 74.9% of ASUR’s stock, which makes the company the first airport group to trade on New York and Mexico City stock exchanges.
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    ASUR signs up to United Nations Global Compact, and assumes commitment to act according to the 10 Principles for corporate social responsibility.
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    Cancún Airport begins operating first fully-automated hold-baggage-screening system in Mexico.
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    Cancún Airport opens Terminal 3, which doubles airport’s capacity for international passengers.
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    Cancún Airport unveils tallest control tower in Latin America, measuring 96 metres.
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    In association with Highstar Capital, ASUR obtains concession to operate Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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    ITA wins bid to become ASUR’s strategic partner and begins transfer of technology and know-how.
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    Company obtains environmental compliance certification for the first time from Mexican environmental authorities.
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    First 5-year period of Master Development Programme concludes with investments 9% above commitments assumed with Mexican federal government.
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    Fernando Chico Pardo, a prominent Mexican businessman, acquires interest in ASUR as majority shareholder in strategic partner, ITA.
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    ASUR is recognised as Socially Responsible Company by CEMEFI for the first time.
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    Environmental management systems of airports in the Group are certified under ISO 14001 for first time.
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    Cancún Airport voted best airport in Latin America under international Airport Service Quality (ASQ) programme.
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    ASUR celebrates first 10 years of trading on NYSE and BMV stock markets.
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    ASUR’s airports reach a record figure of 19.3 million passengers in the year.
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