CAM is the owner of Macau International Airport, which it build and manages under a 25-year government concession. This concession to build, manage, and operate Macau International Airport was extended by the Macau SAR government in March 2001 for another 25 years, until 2039. Airport development, financing, and marketing are the main responsibilities of CAM.
Administration of Airports Ltd. (ADA) is a Sino-Portuguese joint venture between China National Aviation Corporation (Macau) Co. Ltd. (CNAC) and Aeroportos de Portugal S.A. (ANA). ADA is an airport management company that specializes in operating and managing airports.
ADA has a 15-year service contract with CAM (Sociedade do Aeroporto Internacional de Macau, S.A.R.L.) to provide global management and operational services for Macau International Airport. These services include:
Aerodrome and passenger terminal building management
Air traffic control and aeronautical information & communications
Airport and air navigation maintenance
Security and safety management
Commercial and financial management
SEMAC, a private security company employing approximately 430 staff, provides security services for Macau International Airport. The company has been responsible for security in the airport since 3rd November 1995. SEMAC operates 24 hours a day and is certified by the Civil Aviation Authority.
SEMAC provides a full range of security services including:
Operating the access control posts
Checking all articles forwarded to the Restricted Area
Inspecting all passengers, staff, flight crew and visitors (100% inspection)
Providing 100% X-ray inspection of passengers' hold luggage
Providing 100% inspection of passengers' cabin luggage
Providing 100% inspection of interline luggage
Inspection of Air cargo
Checking catering supplies
Air Macau was established on 13 September 1994. Its commercial inauguration was on 09 November 1995. Air Macau is a regional company based in Macau. At the moment, our destinations include Beijing, Chengdu, Guilin, Haikou, Sanya, Kunming, Nanjing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Xiamen, Manila, Seoul, Busan, Kaohsiung and Taipei.
King Power Duty Free (Macau) Company Ltd, catch up on last-minute shopping at King Power Duty Free in the airside departure hall. A wide variety of well stocked and reasonably priced items, from international brands to local products, make perfect souvenirs. A mini shopping arcade, also in the airside departure hall, provides a pleasant place for passengers to spend transit time. Open daily from 07:00-21:30.
Macau Catering Services Company Limited (better known as MCS, or Servair Macau) was incorporated in Macau in 1995. MCS is a joint venture between Servair-SATS Holdings and local companies including, H. Nolasco, and Wu’s Group. Servair-SATS is made up of SERVAIR Group, a catering subsidiary of Air France, and SATS, a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines.
Both SERVAIR and SATS are specialists in the airline catering business with over 25 years of experience. Individually and jointly they operate numerous catering outfits around the world. SERVAIR is an industry leader. It is the third largest catering services provider in the world, after LSG and Gate Gourmet
Menzies Macau Airport Services is the provider of aviation support services at Macau International Airport. Menzies Macau is a consortium of aviation companies, local investors, and Menzies Aviation Group, the world’s largest non-airline-owned aviation company. Menzies Aviation Group brings with it a global network spanning more than 90 stations in over 25 countries, serving more than 3000 customers.
Working closely with the airport authority and associated government departments Menzies Macau provides full handling services to airlines at Macau International Airport.
These services include:
Passenger services and operations control
Aircraft maintenance and engineering
Macau Airport Fuel Farm is a subsidiary of Nam Kwong Petroleum & Chemicals Co. Ltd., and is the exclusive aviation fuel supplier in Macau International Airport. At present, the NKOIL airport fuel farm has Jet A-1 fuel storage capacity of 8000m3. A jet fuel receiving/delivering system and underground hydrant distribution system meets all aircraft refuelling requirements. NKOIL airport fuel farm currently has 4 hydrant dispensers and 2 tank refuellers for Jet A-1 fuelling services.
Aviation gas (AVGAS100LL) refuelling service is also available. Over the past six years, NKOIL has continuously improved the quality of its services and up-graded its hardware. A brand new aviation fuel supply facility conforming to international industry standards was recently completed at Macau International Airport. NKOIL works closely with CAM on developing new air routes, and has in this respect made significant contributions to the development of the airport and Macau aviation in general.