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Article from BTNews 26 JANUARY 2015

Aéroports de Paris 2014

The French government majority owned (52%) Aéroports de Paris (ADP) handled 92.7m passengers last year, a 2.6% rise over 2014.  In total ADP operates 14 airports in the Paris area including Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Le Bourget.

Charles de Gaulle Airport led the way with a record 63.8m, up 2.8% on 2013.  Orly Airport handled 28.9m, a rise of 2.1%.  For both airports these were record figures.

Traffic mix was positive with international traffic (excluding Europe) up by 1.9%, driven by the following destinations: the Middle East (+6.7%). Asia Pacific (+3.1%), Latin America (+1.4%), North America (+1.4%), and Africa (+0.7%)
 
Only the French Overseas Territories saw a slight drop (-0.2%) while European traffic (excluding France) grew strongly by 5.3%, but traffic within France was down by 2%.
 
The number of connecting passengers increased by 0.6%, and the connecting rate stood at 23.4%, down by 0.8 points.   www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/en

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