Corporacion America Airports S.A.
According to its Form 20-F filed for the year 2019 on April 8, 2020 with the SEC:
During 2019, we conducted limited Iran-related activities and transactions that can be qualified as dealings with the government of Iran, or with persons or entities designated under certain executive orders, as defined by Section 13(r) of the Exchange Act.
These dealings all relate to the operation of the Zvartnots Airport by AIA, our Armenian subsidiary, and in particular in connection with certain international flights that Mahan Air operated from Iran to Armenia. Mahan Air is a private airline based in Teheran, Iran, which operated 123 flights to and from the Zvartnots Airport during 2019. In 2011, pursuant to Executive Order No. 13224, Mahan Air was designated as a Specially Designated National (SDN). Despite this designation, based on information available on its website, Mahan Air continues to have operations in several cities around the world, such as, Barcelona, Milan and Moscow.
Under the Armenian Concession Agreement, AIA is required and cannot refuse to operate all commercial flights and deal with all airlines authorized by the Armenian Government to fly from or to the Zvartnots Airport.
In August 2019, Mahan Air stopped operating flights at the Zvartnots Airport. Since then, no Mahan Air flights have been handled by AIA.
While in operation, in connection with flights to and from the Zvartnots Airport, AIA collected aeronautical, fueling and cargo fees from Mahan Air as authorized under the Armenian Concession Agreement. During 2019, and until such flights were discontinued, the total revenue derived from aeronautical and fueling fees charged to Mahan Air amounted to approximately €0.5 million. Revenue derived from other fees charged to Mahan Air, such as cargo fees, cannot be determined because they are impacted by general cost and expenses not allocable to a particular airline or customer. Overall, the revenue derived from the operation of Mahan Air’s flights is not material.
In response to our inquiry, Zvartnots Handling informed us that until August 2019, Zvartnots Handling supplied handling services to Mahan Air, as agreed under a Standard Ground Handling Agreement, in connection with the flights from Teheran, Iran to the Zvartnot Airport. Moreover, Zvartnots Handling entered into a Standard Ground Handling Agreement for the provision of these handling services with Mahan Air. We were informed that during 2019, and until such services were discontinued, Zvartnots Handling collected an aggregate amount of approximately €0.3 million for services under this agreement.