One among them is Acapulco Worldwide Airport, which opened a brand new terminal in 2018 (Microstar/CC BY-SA 4.0)

Vinci Airports is now the largest shareholder in Mexican airport operator OMA after finalising the acquisition of Fintech’s 29.99% stake for $1.17bn.

The deal introduced this summer season provides Vinci an operational position in 13 airports within the nation, which Vinci stated had “excessive development potential”.

The corporate will maintain 25-year concessions for Monterrey worldwide airport in addition to regional and vacationer airports on the Pacific coast and within the centre of the nation, resembling Acapulco, San Luis Potosí, Torreon, and Durango.

Passenger site visitors at OMA airports has hovered above pre-pandemic ranges since final July. Within the first 11 months of 2022, site visitors was at 99% of its 2019 degree.

Throughout that point, the airports dealt with 21 million passengers and flights to and from 170 locations.

Vinci stated it is going to keep this momentum by beginning direct flights between Monterrey and the US cities of Los Angeles, Houston, Detroit, and Austin.

The corporate operates greater than 70 airports worldwide.