|Company||Paris-Charles De Gaulle|
In October 2019, Paris Aéroport welcomed 9.3 million passengers, a decrease of 1.1% compared with October 2018. 6.6 million passengers travelled through Paris-Charles de Gaulle (+4.1%) and 2.6 million through Paris-Orly (-12.4%). The decrease of Paris-Orly traffic is notably due to the closure for works of Orly’s main runway, as well as the effects of the bankruptcy of the airline Aigle Azur, which ceased all its activities as from the evening of Friday, September 6.
- International traffic (excluding Europe) was up (+0.9%), due to growth in the following destinations: North America (+7.6%), the French Overseas Territories (+3.1%), Latin America (+1.0%). The destinations which were down: the Middle East (-3.3%), Asia-Pacific (-2.8%), Africa (-1.9%);
- European traffic (excluding France) was down by -1.7%;
- Traffic within France was down by 4.8%;
- The number of connecting passengers increased by 6.3%. The connecting rate stood at 22.2%, up by 1.6 points compared with October 2018.
Since the beginning of the year, Paris Aéroport passenger traffic has increased by 2.9%, with a total of 92.0 million passengers. The number of connecting passengers has risen by 8.5%. The connecting rate stands at 22.4%, up by 1.2 points.
Passenger traffic at TAV Airports, 46.1%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by 39.5% in October 2019 and has decreased of 29.8% since the beginning of the year(1). As a reminder, Istanbul Atatürk commercial flights were transferred to the new Istanbul Airport as of 6 April 2019(2). Excluding Istanbul Atatürk, TAV Airport traffic has increased by 1.6% since the beginning of the year(1).
Passenger traffic at Santiago de Chile Airport, 45%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by -4.7% in October 2019 and has increased by 8.4% since the beginning of the year.
Passenger traffic at Amman Airport, 51%-owned by Groupe ADP, increased by 10.4% in October 2019 and has increased by 6.1% since the beginning of the year.
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