Corporación Quiport S.A. is the concessionaire of the Quito airport service which included the operation of the former Mariscal Sucre International Airport as well as the development, design, financing, construction, operation, administration and maintenance of the New Quito International Airport. Quiport is formed by a consortium of companies from Brazil (CCR), Colombia (Odinsa S.A.) and the USA (HAS Development Corporation). Quiport is the concessionaire of the Quito airport service
The group of shareholders have an extensive combined pool of knowledge and experience in the Latin American air transport market and contribute their collective capabilities, which have been honed through their operations at nine airports, which handle more than 100 million passengers and approximately 1.1 million tons of cargo per year.
The initial consortium which executed the construction project for the New Quito International Airport consisted of Aecon Concessions, a division of AECON Construction Group Inc., and Airport Development Corporation (ADC), both Canadian, plus Andrade Gutierrez Concessões from Brazil and HAS DC from the USA. In 2012, Andrade Gutierrez transferred its share in the consortium to CCR. While on December 10, 2015, Aecon Concessions and ADC transferred their block of shares to Odinsa.
The construction of this modern greenfield airport was done by two companies experienced in airport construction: Aecon Construction Group from Canada and Constructora Andrade Gutiérrez S.A. from Brazil.
Quiport holds the Presidency of the General Assembly of Airports Council International Latin America-Caribbean (ACI-LAC), an organization representing 260 airports in 37 countries in the region.