Paris Aéroport (Charles de Gaulle plus Orly) has reported a total of 105.3 million passengers in 2018, an increase of 3.8% compared to the previous year.
Paris Aéroport (Charles de Gaulle plus Orly) reports that it handled a total of 105.3 million passengers in 2018, an increase of 3.8% compared to the previous year. Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport welcomed 72.2 million passengers (+4.0%) and Paris-Orly Airport 33.1 million (+3.4%).
Excluding the impact of the strikes in the first half of the year, the increase in traffic for Paris Aéroport would have been +4.5%. Traffic increased by 3.0% over the 1st half of the year and by 4.5% over the 2nd half.
International traffic (excluding Europe) posted a 6.0% increase, broken down as follows: North America (+8.7%), French Overseas Territories (+8.6%), Middle East (+5.8%), Asia-Pacific (+5.8%), Africa (+4.2%) and Latin America (+1.2%).
European traffic (excluding France) was up 3.8%, while traffic within France dropped 1.7%. The number of connecting passengers showed a 2.5% decrease, while the connecting rate stood at 21.7%, down by 1.4 points.
Passenger traffic at TAV Airports (46.1%-owned by Groupe ADP), jumped 31.4% in 2018, to 151.6 million passengers, including, from May 2018, traffic of Antalya airport, in which TAV Airports acquired a stake.
Passenger traffic at Santiago (45%-owned by Groupe ADP) rose 8.8% in 2018, to 23.3 million passengers. Passenger traffic at Amman Airport (51%-owned by Groupe ADP), increased 6.4% in 2018, to 8.4 million passengers.