Aeroports de Paris

Aeroports de Paris

In 1945, creation of the public undertaking "Aéroports de Paris", October 24.

In 1946, opening of the first temporary terminal at Paris-Orly. Reconstruction of Paris-Le Bourget airport. Passenger volumes at Aéroports de Paris top 300,000.

In 1971, the Paris-Orly West terminal, designed by Henri Vicariot, opens its doors after 40 months of construction work.

In 1974, inauguration and commissioning of the revolutionary Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport, with its terminal consisting of a central cylindrical body and seven satellites.

In 1976, Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport welcomes the first commercial flight of the Concorde. Inauguration of the RER railway station at Paris-CDG airport. Passenger volumes at Aéroports de Paris exceed 20 million ; the volume has doubled in seven years.

In 1977, reconversion of Paris-Le Bourget. Little by little, the airline companies begin transferring from Paris-Le Bourget to the new Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.

On March 24th 1982, inauguration of Terminal 2A at Paris-Charles de Gaulle by French President, François Mitterrand.

Terminal 2B had opened the previous year.

In 1987, opening of the Orlytech high-tech business park. Passenger volumes at Aéroports de Paris the following year exceed 40 million. The traffic has doubled in eleven years.

In 1989, "Aéroport de Paris" becomes "Aéroports de Paris" as of the Decree of January 4, Article 6. Opening of Terminal 2D at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

In 1990, the agreement between Aéroports de Paris and the French national railway, SNCF, for the construction of a high-speed TGV rail station at Paris-Charles de Gaulle is signed.

In 1998, opening of runway 4 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, 2,700 meters long. Runway 4 forms a southern doublet with runway 2.

In 2005, construction of a business terminal at Paris-Le Bourget.Aéroports de Paris becomes a public limited company.

In 2007, commissioning of CDGVal, the automated train connecting CDG1 and CDG2 terminals since April 2007.Opening of "La Galerie Parisienne", the new boarding satellite at Paris-Charles de Gaulle terminal 2E, in June 2007.

In 2008, opening of the new boarding area Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, in March. Opening of the Terminal 2G dedicated to Schengen and French destinations, in September.

Present in stopover handling services for more than 50 years now, Aéroports de Paris is a recognized player at the Paris airports.

With their main partners, Aviance-France, Sapser, Alyzia-Handling, Alyzia Ramp Assistance and Locmafer, Aéroport de Paris puts its expertise and experience at the service of airlines for handling their passengers and aircraft: a complete service package is offered for stopover handling, with staff operational from 5 am to midnight at Paris-Orly and around the clock at Paris-CDG.

Recently ISO 9001-v2000 (Orly and CDG) and AHM 804 (CDG) certified, Aéroports de Paris' handling services check the quality of service provided with internal audits and monitoring of services for every flight handled. Aéroports de Paris also guarantees its commitments with the signature of a Service Level Agreement.

Aéroports de Paris aims to become the leading airport group in Europe in terms of size, attractiveness and results.


Aeroports de Paris 291 boulevard Raspail
Paris Cedex 14 75675

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