Tomas Eurnekian

Milei works for Eurnekian Corporation, an entity which owns commercial leases at 33 airports worldwide and boasts multimillionaire ownership as one of Latin America’s most successful entrepreneurs.

Angeles Landaburu and Tomas Eurnekian had been married for three years before divorcing recently, sharing images from their travels together on Instagram.

Professional Career

He has held various executive positions in aviation and public-private partnerships, from airport management and PPP development/investment to airport operations and investment. With more than thirteen years of global experience across USA, Europe and Latin America.

Tomas Eurnekian is a partner at Corporacion America, an airport concessions operator operating worldwide and also operating businesses in agribusiness, fuel, and banking sectors.

Eurnekian has played a vital role in shaping the evolution of airport operational concepts that are currently being implemented. He currently sits on the ACI Business IT Working Group and holds his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification, speaking regularly at international cybersecurity conferences and serving on the Dallas CISO community Board of Directors.

Personal Life

Tomas Eurnekian and Angie Landaburu, an Instagram model with over one million followers on Saturday 16 were wed during an intimate ceremony that honored every detail of their lives. Tomas’ multimillionaire business empire oversees Corporacion America which holds operations across numerous sectors like airports, agribusiness, technology banking and services.

Eurnekian previously served as CEO of Aeropuertos Argentina 2000, an airport consortium operating 33 airports throughout Latin America. Additionally, he owns 2,000 hectares of land and built up a business empire connected to cable TV and telecom services as well as media. Furthermore, Eduardo Eurnekian of Corporacion America who owns businesses such as airports and energy is his heir apparent.

Net Worth

Eurnekian, son of Armenian immigrants to Argentina, started his business career in textile manufacturing before transitioning into communications during the 1980s by purchasing and expanding a failing cable TV station into one of the largest cable TV stations nationwide; additionally he owned four radio stations and an Buenos Aires financial daily newspaper.

In the 1990s, he ventured into construction by leading a consortium that secured lucrative bids to build airports. Now his Corporacion America group oversees 76 airports both domestically and abroad.

His diverse holdings include shares in Yoox Net-a-Porter, which is estimated to be worth billions, and in Dangote Cement – Africa’s biggest cement company. Forbes estimates his net worth at more than $5 billion and claims he lives in a luxurious seven-story New York home complete with bulletproof windows.

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