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GAD Americas
24-26 May 2022
San Juan, Puerto RicoEST/UTC-4 Time Zone

Ramon Miro
President & CEO at Corporación Quiport


Quiport's chief executive is a US citizen, born in El Salvador. He has been involved for more than 15 years as a shareholder of airport concessions, such as the Quito International Airport, Ecuador and the Juan Santamaría Airport in San José, Costa Rica, two of the most awarded airports in the Americas.

Before joining Quiport, Ramón Miró served as President of HAS-DC, a Houston-based US pioneer in airport investments and consulting in Latin America and a subsidiary of Houston Airport System, the company that manages the three airports that city. HAS-DC is also one of the three shareholders of Quiport, along with Brazil’s CCR and Odinsa from Colombia.

As a seasoned industry executive, Ramón Miró is passionate about promoting public-private partnerships and forming business-government alliances. In addition to the general management of airports, Mr. Miró also has experience in corporate finance and in the energy sector.

As President and CEO of Corporación Quiport, his objective is to further establish the successful management of Mariscal Sucre, find new opportunities for improvement and overcome the current health crisis, focusing his efforts on continuing to reactivate connectivity and providing excellent services to all users.

Ramón Miró studied Engineering at Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas), has a Master's degree in Business Administration from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Northwestern University) and obtained the “International Airport Professional” certification (IAP; 2013), awarded after having completed the “Airport Management Professional Accreditation Program” (AMPAP), offered jointly by the Airports Council International (ACI) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which is the directing organization of civil aviation worldwide.

Agenda Sessions

  • Evaluating airport economic dynamics, public and private