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Most important aerospace event in the country to discuss airport concession

Under the theme Connectivity and innovation for the strengthening of air transport in Latin America, the 2nd Edition of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show will take place at Gru Airport on September 11, 12 and 13, 2019. Among the themes of the event, concession of airports will be widely debated.


In the first 6 months of 2019, 23 concessions (airports, ports and railways) were made in Brazil, and in March, 12 airports (5th round) were auctioned in three blocks, with a premium of over 900%. and total revenue forecast of R$ 4.2 billion to the Federal Government over the 30 years of concession. The result, which drives the economy and especially the generation of jobs, indicates the recognition of foreign investors in the business opportunities that the country offers in this sector. To address this issue and the development of the sector in Latin America, the 2nd Edition of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show, which will be held on September 11, 12 and 13, 2019, at GRU Airport – São Paulo International Airport, it will bring together leaders of the global airline segment, highlighting the fundamental contribution of the segment to the country’s economy.

Biggest aviation market in Latin America, Brazil has been undergoing intense transformation since 2011 through airport concessions. So far, according to data from the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), five rounds have been held, where 22 airports – representing 57% of regular traffic in the country, have been granted to the private initiative, and in general, sixteen groups participated in the auctions and currently eight different operators operate at Brazilian airports. From a total of R$ 33 billion of the planned investment, more than R$ 17 billion has already been made. Investments have increased airport capacity and improved service delivery. “The Agency remains focused on fulfilling the contracts and improving new rounds, always ensuring the best expansion of infrastructure and quality services to passengers,” argues ANAC CEO José Ricardo Botelho, who will speak at IBAS 19.


And by 2022, according to the Ministry of Infrastructure, more than 40 new airports will be granted to the private sector, 22 of which are under study, will make up the 6th round and are already qualified by the Investment Partnership Program (PPI), with forecast of investments of R$ 5 billion, which make up the Blocks: South (9) – Curitiba (PR), Bacacheri (PR), Foz do Iguaçu (PR), Londrina (PR), Joinville (SC), Navegantes (SC), Pelotas (RS), Bagé (RS) and Uruguaiana (RS); North 1 (7): Manaus (AM), Boa Vista (RR), Porto Velho (RO), Tefé (AM), Tabatinga (AM), Rio Branco (AC) and Cruzeiro do Sul (AC); and Central (6): Goiânia (GO), Palmas (TO), São Luís (MA), Teresina (PI), Imperatriz (MA) and Petrolina (PE).

Speaker at IBAS – International Brazil Air Show, the National Secretary of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ronei Glanzmann, highlights the importance of investments in airport infrastructure to leverage the economy of the country. “A revolution in the aviation sector is happening in Brazil. We are living an important turning point. In the coming years, the market will undergo major transformations, with the emergence of new opportunities and business models. There are several foreign eye companies in Brazil. We are investing in the improvement of airport infrastructure, regional aviation and, with the opening of the market to foreign capital, we will have the arrival of new companies, especially low costs, opening new routes, increasing the availability of seats and contributing to lower prices of air tickets”, said Glanzmann.

But in the 7th Round of Concessions has 19 airports and investment of R$ 5.28 billion, including the Blocks: RJ-MG (7): Santos-Dumont (RJ), Jacarepaguá (RJ), Uberlândia (MG), Montes Claros (MG), Pampulha (MG), Carlos Prates (MG), Uberaba (MG); North 2 (7): Belém (PA), Júlio César (PA), Santarém (PA), Marabá (PA), Carajás (PA), Altamira (PA), Macapá (AP); and SP-MS (5): Congonhas (SP), Campo de Marte (SP), Campo Grande (MS), Corumbá (MS), Ponta Porã (MS). The following are under study: Viracopos and Disposal of Infraero’s Participation (Guarulhos, Brasilia, Galeão and Confins).

The 5th concession round, held in March, by the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) included the Blocks: Nordeste, formado pelos aeroportos de Recife/PE, Maceió/AL, João Pessoa/PB, Aracaju/SE, Campina Grande/PB and Juazeiro do Norte/CE; Sudeste, with the airports of Vitória/ES and Macaé/RJ; and the Midwest Block, integrated by the airports of Cuiabá, Sinop, Rondonópolis and Alta Floresta, all in Mato Grosso.


Agenda concessions at IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019

The first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, the IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019, the main catalyst of the market, will be aimed at the investing public. Focusing on airport concessions, the Event Schedule will address: Upcoming rounds of concessions and structuring of PPPs; Lessons learned from the airports granted; Airport Terminal: New modeling driven by an increase in automation, commercialization and evolving passenger demands, among others.


Among the speakers on the topic are confirmed: Secretary of Airports and Energy (Partnership and Investment Program of the Presidency of the Republic), Pedro Bruno Barros de Souza; CEO of Infraway Engenharia, Thiago Nykiel; CEO of Inframérica in Brazil, Jorge Arruda; director of new business and innovation at Socicam, Wanderley Galhiego Jr; Fraport CEO in Brazil, Andreea Pal; President of Infraero, Air Lieutenant Brigadier Hélio Paes de Barros Júnior; Journalist of Brazil Journal, Mariana Barbosa; Superintendent of Economic Regulation of Airports of the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), Tiago Sousa Pereira; ANAC manager Bruno Falcão; Roland Berger partner, Gustavo do Canto Lopes; among other experts.

“With the theme Connectivity and innovation for the strengthening of air transport in Latin America, IBAS 19 will be focused on the investor market, where we will gather over 3,000 participants, companies, entities, governments and national and international experts to discuss this segment with fundamental role for Brazil’s economy and development. This 2nd edition features an innovative format and proposal aligned with the new trends of the world’s largest events, promoting business opportunities and relationships through expo, conferences and business roundtables”, argues IBAS – International Brazil Air Show creator and Sator’s CEO.

The event, organized by Sator and co-organized by GRU Airport, has the Strategic Institutional Support of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB), Ministry of Infrastructure, National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and the Brazilian Association of Airlines (ABEAR).


IBAS – International Brazil Air Show 2019
 September 11, 12 and 13, 2019
Local: GRU AIRPORT | Terminal 3 Edifício Garagem | Aeroporto, Guarulhos – SP, 07190-100
More information: www.ibas.aero
The images of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show may be accessed through: www.flickr.com/photos/internationalbrazilairshow/

PRESS ACCREDITATION – IBAS – International Brazil Air Show: Journalists should apply for accreditation by e-mail: press@sators.com.br (Journalist Eliane Jerônimo Bueno). It is necessary to inform: name, function, vehicle and contacts (information of each professional).


About IBAS – International Brazil Air Show
The air transport sector makes a major contribution to a country’s economy by creating jobs, generating wealth and connecting people. This market needs to grow in a planned and integrated manner. And IBAS – International Brazil Air Show aims to bring together the aerospace chain, airport infrastructure and commercial and executive aviation suppliers to discuss these categories, thus developing improvements for the market.
In its 2nd Edition, IBAS – International Brazil Air Show is the first Brazilian event focused on the international aerospace industry and airport infrastructure, bringing together government, entities and companies..

About Sator
Sator was born in 2005 as an event production company, started to offer marketing and communication services for the events it organized, and more recently found itself as a business platform development organization, which consists of identifying, planning and developing opportunities through face-to-face meetings such as seminars, trade shows, business roundtables, online and print media.

The company has extensive experience in organizing aviation events such as: Labace – Latin American Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (2007 to 2009), ANAC Technical Curated National Civil Aviation Fair (2008 to 2010), Broa Fly-in (2006 to 2008), Road Show Chile (2012), Airport Infra Expo (2011 to 2018), Aviation Debate (2015) and IBAS – International Brazil Air Show (2017 and 2019). He is also responsible for the Connected Smart Cities (2015 to 2019), PPP Awards & Conference (2017 and 2019), Mobility Forum (2018), National Crime Fighting Forum (2018 and 2019), ABCR Festival – Associação Brasileira de Captadores de Recursos (Brazilian Association of Resources Pickups) (2019) and Connected Smart Mobility (2019).

More information to Press
Communication and Press Office of IBAS – International Brazil Air Show
Eliane Jerônimo Bueno (Mtb 50559)
+55 11 9 9234-4911
Email: imprensa@sators.com.br