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VINCI Airports becomes the leading shareholder of the Mexican airport operator OMA

VINCI Airports signed an agreement to purchase 29.99% of OMA (Grupo Aeroportuario del Centro Norte). This transaction allows VINCI Airports to add 13 airports to its portfolio – located in Northern and Central Mexico – which handled a total of 23 million passengers in 2019 (18 million in 2021). Monterrey International airport, serving Mexico’s industrial […]

VINCI Airports and its partners create the largest ultra-fast charging hub in Portugal

Galp and ANA – Aeroportos de Portugal, S.A. (ANA) have established a partnership that will provide univer-sal charging solutions in the public car parks of Lisbon Airport integrated in the Mobi.E network. Under this agreement, the largest ultrafast charging hub in Portugal will be created, with 5 ultrafast 180 kW DC charg-ing points that allow […]

VINCI Airports and easyJet inaugurate the new Toulon Hyères – London Gatwick route

Toulon Hyères airport, managed by VINCI Airports, and easyJet celebrated the opening of the Toulon Hyères – London Gatwick route on Wednesday 6 July. After a successful first year of collaboration, Toulon Hyères is continuing to develop routes within the easyJet network, the number one European air network, in order to strengthen the connectivity of the […]

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport welcomes the Connecting Europe Days

Adina-Iona Vălean, European Commissioner for Transport, and Nicolas Notebaert, CEO of VINCI Concessions and President of VINCI Airports, today kicked off the Connecting Europe Days at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, one of the three centers of excellence in the VINCI Airports network. Adina-Iona Vălean, European Commissioner for Transport, and Nicolas Notebaert, CEO of VINCI Concessions and […]

Salvador Bahia becomes the first airport in Brazil to achieve ACA Level 3

Salvador Bahia Airport, a member of the VINCI Airports network, is the first one in Brazil to achieve third-level Airport Carbon Accreditation, granted by the Airports Council International (ACI). This recognition goes beyond the airport’s efforts to reduce its own carbon emissions, as ACI takes into account the engagement plan with business partners, communities and […]

In Portugal, VINCI Airports achieves level 4 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme

VINCI Airports, concessionaire for Portugal’s airports, has received level 4 of the ACA (Airport Carbon Accreditation)1 for nine of its Portuguese ANA airports: Lisbon, Porto, Faro, Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria, Horta, Flores, Madeira and Porto Santo. This ACA level 4 certifies the transformation of the airports towards “Net Zero Carbon Emission” for the activities directly […]

Portugal welcomes UK passengers through e-gates at immigration

Airports in Portugal can now use electronic e-gates at the border to help make entry into the country quicker and smoother. Lisbon, Faro, Porto and Funchal (Madeira Island) airport all have RAPIDforALL e-gate facilities available, so British passengers using them do not need to queue in conventional passport control lanes, although they will still be […]

Gatwick to support local employment with 800 new construction jobs – alongside education and training – if Northern Runway plan is successful

Gatwick Airport has announced it expects to create up to 800 specialist construction jobs from the mid-2020s should the plans to bring its Northern Runway into routine use go ahead. These jobs are part of the overall benefit of 18,400 additional local jobs that could be generated by 2038. Further training, education and procurement opportunities […]

Gatwick proposing to cap aircraft noise – and a more generous Noise Insulation Scheme – if Northern Runway plan is successful

Gatwick is proposing to set a cap (known as an ‘envelope’) on aircraft noise if its Northern Runway is brought into routine use – with the noise limit tightened further as flight numbers grow – to act as an incentive for airlines to increase the number of quieter aircraft they use at the airport.      […]

Gatwick announces plans to bring its existing Northern Runway into routine use

Gatwick announced yesterday that a public consultation will start on the 9th September 2021 on plans to bring its existing Northern Runway into routine use alongside its Main Runway. The scheme will help secure the airports long-term growth, generating approximately 18,400 additional jobs by 2038 and an additional expected £1.5bn GVA to the region. While […]