VINCI Airports 07.04.2022

VINCI Airports inaugurates renovation works at Las Américas Airport in Dominican Republic

The president of the Dominican Republic, Luis Abinader, together with the CEO of VINCI Concessions and President of VINCI Airports, Nicolas Notebaert, have inaugurated the new central atrium of the International Airport of Las Américas in Santo Domingo, capital city of the Dominican Republic.

The works, which represent an investment of about €14M are part of VINCI Airports’ modernization and optimization plan to improve passenger experience and offer the best welcome to the Dominican Republic through the airport.
Completely renovated, the new central atrium proposes a new and modern commercial offer as well as an enhanced gastronomic experience to passengers. Additionally, the outbound migration and security services have been relocated and modernized, in order to improve processes and passenger experience.
 
Las Americas International Airport is the main air terminal in the Dominican Republic.
 
Nicolas Notebaert, CEO of VINCI Concessions and President of VINCI Airports, declared: “The good recovery of air traffic in Las Americas airport demonstrates the effective cooperation between VINCI Airports and the public authorities of the Dominican Republic. Along with our 250 airline partners, we will keep supporting touristic development, and modernizing Las Americas airport is an important step of our long term commitment”.
 

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As the world's leading private airport operator, VINCI Airports operates 53 airports in 12 countries in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Thanks to its expertise as a global integrator, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports by providing its investment capacity and know-how in optimizing operational performance, modernizing infrastructure and leading their environmental transition. VINCI Airports is the first airport operator to commit to an international environmental strategy on an international scale in 2016, to achieve net-zero emissions across its network by 2050.