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Section 1: 6-K (CORPORACION AMERICA AIRPORTS S.A. 6-K)



UNITED STATES
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
Washington, D.C. 20546

FORM 6-K

REPORT OF FOREIGN PRIVATE ISSUER PURSUANT TO RULE 13a-16 OR 15d-16
UNDER THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

For the month of December, 2018

Commission File Number: 333-221916



Corporación América Airports S.A.
(Name of Registrant)

4, rue de la Grêve
L-1643, Luxembourg
Tel: +35226258274
Fax: +35226259776
(Address of Principal Executive Office)




Indicate by check mark whether the registrant files or will file annual reports under cover of Form 20-F or Form 40-F.
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SIGNATURES


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.


Date: December 19, 2018

  Corporación America Airports S.A.  
       

By:
/s/ Andres Zenarruza  
  Name: Andres Zenarruza  
  Title:  Legal Manager  
 
 

By:
/s/ Raúl Guillermo Francos  
  Name: Raúl Guillermo Francos  
  Title: Chief Financial Officer  
       




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Section 2: EX-99.1 (EXHIBIT 99.1)

Exhibit 99.1

Corporación América Airports S.A. Reports 1.9% YoY Increase in Total Passenger Traffic in November 2018

Passenger traffic up 3.8% YoY in Brazil and 6.9% in Italy, further supported by growth across most geographies

Luxembourg, December 19, 2018— Corporación América Airports S.A. (NYSE: CAAP), (“CAAP” or the “Company”) the largest private sector airport operator in the world by number of airports, reported today preliminary year-over-year passenger traffic growth of 1.9% in November 2018.
Passenger Traffic, Cargo Volume and Aircraft Movements Highlights
         
Statistics
Nov’18
Nov’17
% Var.
 
YTD’18
YTD’17
% Var
Domestic Passengers (thousands)
3,750
3,595
4.3%
 
41,044
37,752
8.7%
International Passengers (thousands)
1,954
2,006
-2.6%
 
25,319
24,803
2.1%
Transit Passengers (thousands)
756
740
2.2%
 
8,133
7,589
7.2%
Total Passengers (thousands)
6,460
6,341
1.9%
 
74,495
70,144
6.2%
Cargo Volume (thousand tons)
39.4
39.0
1.0%
 
371.9
350.4
6.2%
Total Aircraft Movements (thousands)
70.0
69.8
0.3%
 
806.5
779.5
3.5%

Passenger Traffic Overview
Total passenger traffic in November 2018 increased by 1.9% YoY, primarily reflecting growth of 3.8% in Brazil, 6.9% in Italy and 11.6% in Armenia.
In Brazil, passenger traffic increased 3.8% YoY, driven by 3.7% growth in domestic traffic reflecting the addition of new frequencies to existing routes in several destinations at Brasilia Airport and easier comps at Natal Airport as traffic in 3Q17 in Natal was impacted by a reduction in frequencies while the runway was refurbished. International traffic at Brasilia Airport increased 0.6% impacted by the new traffic count methodology applied by ANAC since June 2018, which offset the traffic growth resulting from the launch of daily routes to Miami and Orlando by Gol Airlines. Based on the prior methodology, traffic would have increased 18.5% YoY at this airport.
In Italy, passenger traffic increased 6.9%, mainly as a result of addition of frequencies and an increase in load factor. International traffic at Pisa Airport rose 12.8% mainly driven by increased frequencies by Ryanair and the continued good performance of routes to Russia, while international traffic at Florence Airport increased 8.0%, primarily due to positive performance of the route to Lisbon operated by TAP, the increase in frequencies and a higher load factor in the route to Barcelona, operated by Vueling.
In Armenia, passenger traffic continued the positive trend seen in the last months, with an 11.6% increase YoY, although growth is expected to moderate in the coming months given the current situation in Russia, this airports’ main market.
In Argentina, despite the 4.7% growth in domestic traffic, total passenger traffic declined 1.0% YoY, mainly driven by declines of 10.2% and 11.9% in international and transit passengers, respectively, reflecting continued challenging macro conditions. Passenger traffic was also impacted by the closure of the Aeroparque, El Palomar and San Fernando airports in Buenos Aires, during the G20 event, which took place in the last two days of November. In addition, Edelweiss opened a new direct route to Zurich, Switzerland with two weekly flights and Norwegian Air Argentina continued to open new domestic routes in the period, with daily frequencies to Iguazú and Neuquén, while LASA suspended operations temporarily. JetSmart expects to initiate operations later in December with routes from Santiago de Chile. Moreover, FlyBondi and JetSmart have announced they are on track with their plans to open international routes from El Palomar to neighboring countries later this month.
In Uruguay, passenger traffic continued to decline 2.2% mainly due to macro conditions experienced in Argentina, which resulted in a decrease in passengers.
In Ecuador, passengers increased 7.3%, mainly to the continued good performance of Spirit Airlines, as well as an increase in general aviation during the period.

Cargo Volume and Aircraft Movements

Cargo volume increased 1.0% in November 2018 mainly as a result of the continued recovery in Brazil, partially offset by a 2.6% decline in Argentina, due to macro conditions and a reverse in the trend in Ecuador and Armenia, with declines of 3.0% and 6.7%, respectively.

Aircraft movements remained relatively flat in November 2018, mainly as a result of a 1.7% decline in Argentina, partially offset by increases of 16.6% in Ecuador and 5.9% in Italy.

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Summary Passenger Traffic, Cargo Volume and Aircraft Movements
                         
 
 
Nov’18
   
Nov’17
   
% Var.
   
YTD’18
   
YTD’17
   
% Var.
 
Passenger Traffic (thousands)
                                   
Argentina
   
3,239
     
3,271
     
-1.0
%
   
36,362
     
34,044
     
6.8
%
Italy
   
486
     
454
     
6.9
%
   
7,685
     
7,433
     
3.4
%
Brazil
   
1,699
     
1,637
     
3.8
%
   
18,484
     
17,605
     
5.0
%
Uruguay
   
182
     
185
     
-2.0
%
   
2,099
     
2,092
     
0.4
%
Ecuador
   
359
     
334
     
7.3
%
   
4,056
     
3,796
     
6.8
%
Armenia
   
216
     
193
     
11.6
%
   
2,632
     
2,347
     
12.1
%
Peru
   
280
     
266
     
5.2
%
   
3,177
     
2,828
     
12.4
%
TOTAL
   
6,460
     
6,341
     
1.9
%
   
74,495
     
70,144
     
6.2
%
                                                 
Cargo Volume (tons)
                                               
Argentina
   
23,315
     
23,936
     
-2.6
%
   
217,885
     
208,065
     
4.7
%
Italy
   
1,132
     
1,083
     
4.5
%
   
10,674
     
9,866
     
8.2
%
Brazil
   
6,343
     
5,092
     
24.6
%
   
59,539
     
49,051
     
21.4
%
Uruguay
   
2,845
     
2,882
     
-1.3
%
   
25,306
     
25,709
     
-1.6
%
Ecuador
   
3,793
     
3,909
     
-3.0
%
   
37,708
     
32,681
     
15.4
%
Armenia
   
1,552
     
1,663
     
-6.7
%
   
16,395
     
20,440
     
-19.8
%
Peru
   
414
     
428
     
-3.2
%
   
4,433
     
4,544
     
-2.5
%
TOTAL
   
39,394
     
38,994
     
1.0
%
   
371,939
     
350,356
     
6.2
%
                                                 
Aircraft Movements
                                               
Argentina
   
36,594
     
37,231
     
-1.7
%
   
410,954
     
389,075
     
5.6
%
Italy
   
4,855
     
4,586
     
5.9
%
   
72,725
     
72,905
     
-0.2
%
Brazil
   
14,921
     
15,193
     
-1.8
%
   
168,607
     
169,165
     
-0.3
%
Uruguay
   
2,487
     
2,710
     
-8.2
%
   
30,244
     
29,943
     
1.0
%
Ecuador
   
6,796
     
5,826
     
16.6
%
   
72,641
     
72,169
     
0.7
%
Armenia
   
1,905
     
1,776
     
7.3
%
   
22,044
     
20,113
     
9.6
%
Peru
   
2,444
     
2,455
     
-0.4
%
   
29,291
     
26,107
     
12.2
%
TOTAL
   
70,002
     
69,777
     
0.3
%
   
806,506
     
779,477
     
3.5
%


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Operating Statistics by Airport: Traffic, Cargo and Aircraft Movements
 
Domestic Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
International Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
Transit Passengers
(in thousands)
Total Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
Cargo volume
(in tons)
Aircraft movements
 
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
nov-18
nov-17
% Var.
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aeroparque (1)
869
925
-6%
128
265
-52%
61
71
-15%
1,058
1,261
-16%
114
197
-42%
9,698
11,447
-15%
Bariloche
112
92
22%
0
0
93%
1
3
-59%
114
95
19%
38
32
17%
1,075
937
15%
Catamarca
5
6
-7%
0
0
-100%
0
2
-96%
5
7
-28%
10
16
-40%
200
269
-26%
C. Rivadavia
57
57
1%
0
0
-100%
0
0
-25%
57
57
1%
94
73
30%
867
886
-2%
Córdoba
195
175
11%
63
73
-15%
13
8
63%
270
256
5%
171
168
2%
2,601
2,508
4%
El Palomar (2)
87
0
-
0
0
-
0
0
-
87
0
-
0
0
-
708
0
-
Esquel
4
5
-24%
0
0
-
0
0
-27%
4
5
-24%
0
0
-
67
124
-46%
Ezeiza (1)
67
64
4%
750
722
4%
15
17
-12%
831
803
3%
22,326
22,700
-2%
6,277
5,687
10%
Formosa
6
9
-41%
0
0
-100%
0
0
-
6
9
-41%
6
12
-52%
89
193
-54%
General Pico
0
0
-41%
0
0
-
0
0
-
0
0
-41%
0
0
-
362
460
-21%
Iguazú
113
99
15%
0
0
2441%
0
0
-100%
114
99
15%
0
0
-
915
879
4%
Jujuy
31
25
22%
0
0
-
0
0
1120%
31
25
22%
10
9
11%
375
316
19%
La Rioja
6
6
-10%
0
0
-
0
1
-97%
6
8
-26%
9
21
-60%
167
200
-17%
Malargüe
0
0
-12%
0
0
-
0
0
-100%
0
0
-19%
0
0
-
8
19
-58%
Mar del Plata
30
20
48%
0
0
317%
1
1
54%
32
21
48%
4
13
-68%
760
571
33%
Mendoza
135
114
18%
50
40
26%
2
1
126%
187
155
21%
104
141
-26%
1,941
1,650
18%
Parana
5
13
-57%
0
0
-100%
0
0
43%
5
13
-57%
0
0
-
195
333
-41%
Posadas
26
19
35%
0
0
136%
0
0
-100%
26
19
33%
30
32
-6%
351
309
14%
Pto Madryn
8
9
-7%
0
0
-
0
0
-100%
8
9
-7%
0
0
-
83
72
15%
Reconquista
2
0
309%
0
0
-100%
0
0
17%
2
0
303%
0
0
-
185
187
-1%
Resistencia
25
31
-19%
0
0
56%
0
0
4275%
25
31
-19%
38
43
-12%
375
440
-15%
Río Cuarto
3
6
-54%
0
0
-
0
0
-100%
3
6
-54%
1
2
-33%
97
131
-26%

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Río Gallegos
21
22
-5%
0
0
-100%
0
1
-38%
22
23
-6%
38
52
-27%
281
335
-16%
Río Grande
12
13
-8%
0
0
-
0
0
-
12
13
-8%
17
24
-31%
182
291
-37%
Salta
96
94
2%
4
5
-22%
1
1
-6%
101
100
1%
86
131
-34%
1,049
967
8%
San Fernando
2
3
-23%
1
2
-25%
0
0
-
4
5
-24%
0
0
-
3,516
3,974
-12%
San Juan
15
21
-28%
0
3
-99%
0
0
-
15
24
-37%
0
0
-
208
247
-16%
San Luis
7
8
-21%
0
0
-
0
0
-
7
8
-21%
0
0
-
108
132
-18%
San Rafael
4
5
-19%
0
0
-
0
0
-
4
5
-19%
0
0
-
641
433
48%
Santa Rosa
4
4
-14%
0
0
-
0
0
1950%
4
4
-6%
1
0
-
320
317
1%
Santiago del Estero
10
9
20%
0
0
-
0
0
-
10
9
20%
15
19
-21%
252
154
64%
Tucumán
61
62
-2%
6
6
6%
1
1
136%
68
68
0%
86
90
-4%
674
684
-1%
Viedma
3
4
-28%
0
0
-
0
0
-100%
3
4
-34%
0
0
-
56
78
-28%
Villa Mercedes
0
0
-84%
0
0
-
0
0
-
0
0
-84%
0
0
-
53
32
66%
Termas de Río Hondo
1
2
-54%
0
0
-
0
0
-
1
2
-54%
0
1
-83%
16
44
-64%
Bahia Blanca
28
38
-26%
0
0
-
2
2
-21%
30
40
-26%
28
40
-30%
524
554
-5%
Neuquén
86
79
9%
2
3
-18%
0
3
-88%
88
84
5%
89
119
-25%
1,318
1,371
-4%
Total Argentina
2,135
2,040
5%
1,006
1,119
-10%
98
111
-12%
3,239
3,271
-1%
23,315
23,936
-3%
36,594
37,231
-2%
                                     
Italy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pisa
108
110
-2%
194
172
13%
0
0
980%
302
282
7%
1,116
1,061
5%
2,443
2,383
3%
Florence
31
31
0%
152
141
8%
0
0
-100%
183
172
7%
16
23
-28%
2,412
2,203
9%
Total Italy
138
141
-2%
347
313
11%
0
0
440%
486
454
7%
1,132
1,083
5%
4,855
4,586
6%
                                     
Brazil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brasilia (3)
803
789
2%
38
38
1%
651
624
4%
1,492
1,451
3%
4,910
3,944
24%
13,366
13,748
-3%

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Natal
199
178
12%
8
8
-3%
0
0
-
207
186
11%
1,433
1,148
25%
1,555
1,445
8%
Total Brazil
1,002
966
4%
46
46
0%
651
624
4%
1,699
1,637
4%
6,343
5,092
25%
14,921
15,193
-2%
                                     
Uruguay
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Carrasco
0
0
-74%
171
173
-1%
1
0
170%
172
173
-1%
2,845
2,882
-1%
1,945
2,052
-5%
Punta del Este
0
0
-75%
10
12
-19%
0
0
-
10
12
-19%
0
0
-
542
658
-18%
Total Uruguay
0
0
-74%
181
185
-2%
1
0
170%
182
185
-2%
2,845
2,882
-1%
2,487
2,710
-8%
                                     
Ecuador
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guayaquil
152
141
8%
158
149
6%
6
4
46%
316
294
7%
3,365
3,653
-8%
6,340
5,392
18%
Galapagos
43
40
6%
0
0
-
0
0
-
43
40
6%
428
257
67%
456
434
5%
Total Ecuador
195
181
7%
158
149
6%
6
4
46%
359
334
7%
3,793
3,909
-3%
6,796
5,826
17%
                                     
Armenia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zvartnots
0
0
-
203
179
14%
0
0
-
203
179
14%
1,552
1,662
-7%
1,835
1,677
9%
Shirak
0
0
-
13
14
-12%
0
0
-
13
14
-12%
0
1
-100%
70
99
-29%
Total Armenia
0
0
-
216
193
12%
0
0
-
216
193
12%
1,552
1,663
-7%
1,905
1,776
7%
                                     
Peru
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Arequipa
160
150
7%
0
0
42%
0
0
-
160
150
7%
199
214
-7%
1,192
1,236
-4%
Juliaca
43
36
18%
0
0
-
0
0
-
43
36
18%
77
83
-8%
386
300
29%
Puerto Maldonado
26
25
5%
0
0
-
0
0
-
26
25
5%
54
62
-12%
228
322
-29%
Tacna
35
37
-4%
0
0
-
0
0
-
35
37
-4%
72
67
7%
306
316
-3%
Ayacucho
17
19
-11%
0
0
-
0
0
-
17
19
-11%
12
2
441%
332
281
18%

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Total Peru
280
266
5%
0
0
442%
0
0
-
280
266
5%
414
428
-3%
2,444
2,455
0%
Total CAAP
3,750
3,595
4%
1,954
2,006
-3%
756
740
2%
6,460
6,341
2%
39,394
38,994
1%
70,002
69,777
0%
(1)
Starting May 3, 2018, 50% of international air traffic in Aeroparque Airport was reassigned to Ezeiza Airport, and the remaining 50% will be reassigned on April 1st, 2019. Aircrafts which travel to or from Uruguay are excluded from this resolution. These measures are part of resolution 183/2018 issued by the “Administración Nacional De Aviación Civil” (ANAC) which intends to optimize the management and infrastructure of Aeroparque Airport, taking into account the growing domestic aeronautical market and the seasonality of regional operations in Argentina.
(2)
El Palomar commenced operations in February 2018.
(3)
International and Transit traffic figures at Brasilia Airport are not comparable to 2017 due to a change in methodology starting in June 2018, following ANAC regulations.

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Operating Statistics by Airport: Traffic, Cargo and Aircraft Movements
 
Domestic Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
International Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
Transit Passengers
(in thousands) (3)
Total Passenger Traffic
(in thousands)
Cargo volume
(in tons)
Aircraft movements
 
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
YTD'18
YTD'17
% Var.
Argentina
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Aeroparque (1)
9,559
9,363
2%
2,062
2,793
-26%
748
582
28%
12,369
12,738
-3%
1,738
1,843
-6%
119,535
123,077
-3%
Bariloche
1,399
1,169
20%
34
9
258%
11
14
-18%
1,444
1,192
21%
319
384
-17%
12,909
11,305
14%
Catamarca
60
59
1%
0
0
175%
2
14
-85%
62
73
-15%
120
165
-27%
2,005
2,060
-3%
C. Rivadavia
617
561
10%
0
0
20%
1
5
-79%
618
566
9%
1,035
638
62%
9,404
8,400
12%
Córdoba
2,079
1,685
23%
882
826
7%
140
92
52%
3,101
2,603
19%
1,529
1,516
1%
30,514
26,102
17%
El Palomar (2)
584
0
-
0
0
-
0
0
-
585
0
-
0
0
-
5,197
0
-
Esquel
47
55
-15%
0
0
-
0
0
-46%
47
55
-15%
0
0
-
758
870
-13%
Ezeiza (1)
646
608
6%
8,561
8,227
4%
161
178
-10%
9,369
9,013
4%
204,452
192,374
6%
68,254
60,890
12%
Formosa
105
98
6%
0
0
20%
0
0
-100%
105
99
6%
150
171
-12%
1,750
1,918
-9%
General Pico
3
4
-15%
0
0
-
0
0
-72%
3
4
-16%
0
0
-
4,626
3,338
39%
Iguazú
994
912
9%
1
1
-12%
0
1
-81%
995
913
9%
0
0
-100%
8,747
8,233
6%
Jujuy
362
238
52%
4
2
55%
8
4
120%
375
244
53%
105
105
0%
4,668
3,905
20%
La Rioja
64
70
-9%
0
0
-
2
13
-84%
66
84
-21%
135
185
-27%
1,771
1,887
-6%
Malargüe
1
2
-47%
0
0
-41%
0
0
100%
1
2
-47%
0
0
-
232
345
-33%
Mar del Plata
418
248
69%
0
0
38%
13
9
46%
431
257
68%
158
164
-4%
8,957
5,943
51%
Mendoza
1,271
1,121
13%
550
460
20%
16
43
-62%
1,838
1,624
13%
1,367
1,545
-12%
19,255
17,649
9%
Parana
70
95
-27%
0
0
26%
0
0
-86%
70
95
-27%
0
10
-100%
2,515
3,219
-22%
Posadas
270
192
41%
0
0
-1%
1
1
-4%
271
193
40%
351
367
-4%
3,748
3,252
15%
Pto Madryn
93
96
-4%
0
0
-
4
3
25%
96
99
-3%
0
24
-100%
808
1,172
-31%
Reconquista
8
4
97%
0
0
-50%
0
0
-57%
8
4
92%
0
0
-
2,346
2,695
-13%
Resistencia
277
289
-4%
0
0
19%
1
1
-1%
279
290
-4%
410
324
27%
4,066
4,190
-3%
Río Cuarto
36
52
-31%
0
0
-
0
1
-83%
36
52
-31%
28
10
167%
806
1,481
-46%

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Río Gallegos
213
233
-9%
0
0
55%
5
6
-23%
218
239
-9%
500
459
9%
3,104
3,661
-15%
Río Grande
138
137
1%
0
0
16%
0
0
-23%
139
138
1%
205
323
-36%
2,454
2,708
-9%
Salta
950
930
2%
67
74
-10%
8
33
-77%
1,024
1,037
-1%
1,043
1,244
-16%
10,414
12,478
-17%
San Fernando
26
27
-4%
14
13
3%
0
0
-
40
41
-1%
0
0
-
37,150
35,038
6%
San Juan
181
190
-5%
15
6
148%
0
8
-97%
196
204
-4%
0
349
-100%
2,372
2,681
-12%
San Luis
85
84
2%
0
0
-
0
0
-
85
84
2%
175
101
72%
1,582
1,510
5%
San Rafael
50
53
-6%
0
0
-
0
0
-
50
53
-6%
0
0
-
5,114
4,076
25%
Santa Rosa
45
45
1%
0
0
-100%
1
0
113%
46
45
1%
3
18
-81%
2,821
3,567
-21%
Santiago del Estero
114
91
25%
0
0
-
0
0
-97%
114
91
25%
257
185
39%
2,446
1,858
32%
Tucumán
770
475
62%
88
16
439%
26
1
2302%
883
492
80%
2,424
3,765
-36%
9,015
5,099
77%
Viedma
31
33
-7%
0
0
-
0
7
-100%
31
40
-22%
0
0
-
789
1,050
-25%
Villa Mercedes
0
1
-35%
0
0
-
0
0
33%
0
1
-33%
0
0
-
882
1,412
-38%
Termas de Río Hondo
23
164
-86%
0
2
-98%
0
0
-
23
166
-86%
8
212
-96%
865
1,963
-56%
Bahia Blanca
376
360
4%
0
0
-
24
21
16%
399
381
5%
348
390
-11%
5,708
5,348
7%
Neuquén
895
784
14%
33
6
480%
17
43
-61%
944
832
13%
1,027
1,195
-14%
13,367
14,695
-9%
Total Argentina
22,861
20,528
11%
12,312
12,436
-1%
1,189
1,080
10%
36,362
34,044
7%
217,885
208,065
5%
410,954
389,075
6%
                                     
Italy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Pisa
1,331
1,326
0%
3,801
3,608
5%
4
2
75%
5,135
4,937
4%
10,455
9,668
8%
40,536
39,470
3%
Florence
356
368
-3%
2,194
2,128
3%
0
0
-64%
2,550
2,496
2%
218
197
11%
32,189
33,435
-4%
Total Italy
1,687
1,694
0%
5,995
5,736
5%
4
2
65%
7,685
7,433
3%
10,674
9,866
8%
72,725
72,905
0%
                                     
Brazil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brasilia (4)
9,030
8,583
5%
413
422
-2%
6,862
6,428
7%
16,306
15,433
6%
45,697
37,972
20%
151,532
151,966
0%

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Natal
2,097
2,100
0%
81
72
13%
0
0
-
2,178
2,172
0%
13,842
11,079
25%
17,075
17,199
-1%
Total Brazil
11,127
10,684
4%
495
494
0%
6,862
6,428
7%
18,484
17,605
5%
59,539
49,051
21%
168,607
169,165
0%
                                     
Uruguay
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Carrasco
1
1
-15%
1,914
1,921
0%
13
18
-29%
1,927
1,939
-1%
25,306
25,709
-2%
22,546
22,441
0%
Punta del Este
0
0
-8%
172
152
13%
0
0
-
172
152
13%
0
0
-
7,698
7,502
3%
Total Uruguay
1
1
-13%
2,086
2,073
1%
13
18
-29%
2,099
2,092
0%
25,306
25,709
-2%
30,244
29,943
1%
                                     
Ecuador
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Guayaquil
1,677
1,555
8%
1,799
1,717
5%
65
61
7%
3,541
3,333
6%
33,104
29,369
13%
67,148
66,785
1%
Galapagos
515
463
11%
0
0
-
0
0
-
515
463
11%
4,604
3,311
39%
5,493
5,384
2%
Total Ecuador
2,192
2,018
9%
1,799
1,717
5%
65
61
7%
4,056
3,796
7%
37,708
32,681
15%
72,641
72,169
1%
                                     
Armenia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Zvartnots
0
0
-
2,477
2,256
10%
0
0
-
2,477
2,256
10%
16,395
20,439
-20%
21,151
19,462
9%
Shirak
0
0
-
155
91
70%
0
0
-
155
91
70%
0
1
-100%
893
651
37%
Total Armenia
0
0
-
2,632
2,347
12%
0
0
-
2,632
2,347
12%
16,395
20,440
-20%
22,044
20,113
10%
                                     
Peru
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Arequipa
1,800
1,539
17%
1
0
228%
0
0
-
1,801
1,539
17%
2,045
2,224
-8%
14,644
12,638
16%
Juliaca
445
408
9%
0
0
625%
0
0
-
445
408
9%
879
801
10%
4,043
3,711
9%
Puerto Maldonado
308
275
12%
0
0
-
0
0
-
309
275
12%
653
717
-9%
3,232
3,344
-3%
Tacna
403
384
5%
0
0
1129%
0
0
-
404
384
5%
771
773
0%
4,006
3,530
13%
Ayacucho
219
221
0%
0
0
-
0
0
-
219
221
0%
84
30
184%
3,366
2,884
17%

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Total Peru
3,176
2,827
12%
1
0
290%
0
0
-
3,177
2,828
12%
4,433
4,544
-2%
29,291
26,107
12%
Total CAAP
41,044
37,752
9%
25,319
24,803
2%
8,133
7,589
7%
74,495
70,144
6%
371,939
350,356
6%
806,506
779,477
3%
(1)
Starting May 3, 2018, 50% of international air traffic in Aeroparque Airport was reassigned to Ezeiza Airport, and the remaining 50% will be reassigned on April 1st, 2019. Aircrafts which travel to or from Uruguay are excluded from this resolution. These measures are part of resolution 183/2018 issued by the “Administración Nacional De Aviación Civil” (ANAC) which intends to optimize the management and infrastructure of Aeroparque Airport, taking into account the growing domestic aeronautical market and the seasonality of regional operations in Argentina.
(2)
El Palomar commenced operations in February 2018.
(3)
Transit traffic figures in 2018 are not comparable to 2017 as transit traffic at Aeroparque Airport in Argentina was recorded within international and domestic traffic. Starting April 2017, transit traffic at this airport is shown separately.
(4)
International and Transit traffic figures at Brasilia Airport are not comparable to 2017 due to a change in methodology starting in June 2018, following ANAC regulations.

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November 2018 Operating Statistics by Segment: Traffic, Cargo and Aircraft Movement
                                     
 
 
Nov’18
   
Nov’17
   
% Var.
   
YTD’18
   
YTD’17
   
% Var.
 
Argentina
                                   
Domestic Passengers (thousands)
   
2,135
     
2,040
     
4.7
%
   
22,861
     
20,528
     
11.4
%
International Passengers (thousands)
   
1,006
     
1,119
     
-10.2
%
   
12,312
     
12,436
     
-1.0
%
Transit passengers (thousands) (1)
   
98
     
111
     
-11.9
%
   
1,189
     
1,080
     
10.1
%
Total passengers (thousands)
   
3,239
     
3,271
     
-1.0
%
   
36,362
     
34,044
     
6.8
%
Cargo volume (tons)
   
23,315
     
23,936
     
-2.6
%
   
217,885
     
208,065
     
4.7
%
Aircraft movements
   
36,594
     
37,231
     
-1.7
%
   
410,954
     
389,075
     
5.6
%
Italy
                                               
Domestic Passengers (thousands)
   
138
     
141