- Ibarra Aero Charges, an airport charges process advisory firm, joins the group of World Business Partners of the Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC)
Ibarra Aero Charges, an airport charges process advisory firm, joins the group of World Business Partners of the Airports Council International Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC). IAC is responsible for providing expert advice and support in the airport charges process, from the preparation of the charges cost basis to the execution of the stakeholder consultation process.
IAC works with highly experienced consultants; its team of experts understands the challenges involved in meeting the needs of the most demanding clients at the most complex sites. Its main services are airport and air navigation charges, economic policy and regulation, feasibility studies, airport master planning, and airport planning.
Gonzalo Ibarra, CEO of Ibarra Aero Charges, expressed his great appreciation for being part of the new partnership with ACI-LAC. He also emphasized that “Ibarra Aero Charges’ mission is to help you achieve your financial goals. We work hand in hand with our clients on all aspects of airport charges, including establishment, consultation, cost allocation, asset management, organizational awareness, billing and collection, policy, and regulation, providing an independent and comprehensive service in this area.
Meanwhile,Dr. Rafael Echevarne, general director of ACI-LAC, expressed his satisfaction to have Ibarra Aero Charges (IAC) among its business partners: “We are very pleased to have them among our partners and we sure that they will be a valuable contribution and support to airports in Latin America and the Caribbean in guiding them through the process of airport charges which continues to be a very important topic for the sector at the moment,” he said.
For more than 18 years, Gonzalo Ibarra has advised engineering firms, development banks, civil aviation authorities, and airport operators on operations, costs, revenues, market assessments, and technical and financial feasibility studies.