Aeroporto de Vitória VIX
With a vocation for business and great potential for tourism, Vitória Airport is 43 years old. In March 2018 a new airport terminal was delivered to the state of Espírito Santo, which competes among the most modern in the country.
Passenger area increased from 6,200 to 29,500 square meters, and with this the capacity to receive travelers increased by 154%, from 3,3 million to 8,4 million per year. Another change was the construction of the new airstrip over 2 km long. Today, the airport handles an average of 10,000 passengers daily on 80 flights. Last year it received more than three million passengers.
Zurich Airport Brasil
Since September 2020, the management of airports 100% operated by the Zurich Airport group in Brazil has been unified. As part of this integration process and aiming at a unique identity for its growth and longevity in Brazil, the Group adopts the name Zurich Airport Brasil for the company that currently manages the airports of Florianópolis, Macaé and Vitória. Until then, the concessionaires were called ASeB and Floripa Airport.
The new name brings the greatness of the lead company, recognized worldwide, and reinforces the specialty of Swiss investors in operating airports with high quality, comfort, safety and efficiency. Zurich Airport Brasil has in your DNA a differentiated view of airport infrastructure, based on the concept of being more than airports, also positioning itself as places for shopping, sightseeing, leisure and with a high potential for sustainable real estate development. The entire administration and projects, however, maintain as a premise the valorization of the specificities and the culture of the places where the airports are inserted.
The Zurich Airport Group is currently involved in the operation of 9 airports worldwide. In addition to Zurich Airport, the company concentrates its investments in Latin America, where it operates in the airports of Bogotá, Curaçao, Florianópolis, Vitória, Macaé, Belo Horizonte and in the airports of Iquique and Antofagasta, in Chile. In Belo Horizonte, the Swiss group has operated the Tancredo Neves International Airport with the CCR and Infraero groups since 2014. In 2019, the company also won the concession to build and operate the second airport in New Delhi, in India.