Groupe ADP passenger traffic falls by -60% in 2020

FRANCE. Groupe ADP has reported a -60.4% slide in passenger traffic year-on-year for 2020, to 96.3 million. Excluding the integration of GMR Airports from 1 March 2020, the decrease in group traffic would have been -69.8%.

At Paris Aéroport (Charles de Gaulle and Orly), passenger traffic decreased by -69.4% compared to 2019 reaching 33.1 million. Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport welcomed 22.3 million passengers (-70.8%) and Paris Orly Airport 10.8 million (-66.1%).

Traffic decreased by -62.2% in the first half of the year and by -76.1% in the second half.

Groupe ADP passenger traffic in 2020 (click to enlarge)

Across the two airports international traffic (excluding Europe) was down -70.6%, due to a sharp fall to and from all regions: North America (-80.0%), Asia-Pacific (-79.9%), the Middle East (-70.9%), Latin America (-70.6%), Africa (-65.8%), the French Overseas Territories (-45.3%). European traffic (excluding France) was down by -72.1% and traffic within France was down by -58.3%.

Passenger traffic at TAV Airports, 46.4%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by -74.3% in 2020. Passenger volumes in Santiago, 45%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by -65.4% year-on-year while numbers Amman Airport, 51%-owned by Groupe ADP, fell by -77%.

Passenger traffic at GMR Airports, 49%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by -60.6% last year compared to 2019.

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