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VINCI Airports draws on its expertise as a full-service provider to develop, finance, build and operate airports across the world.
It offers local authorities and regions the benefits of its investment capacity, international network and know-how to optimise the management of existing airports and execute airport extension or new-build projects.
The VINCI Airports network spans 35 airports in six countries (Japan, Portugal, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Chile and France), serving over 132 million passengers in 2016.
VINCI Airports is speeding up its internationalisation.
VINCI Airports reported yet another very busy year in 2015 thanks to growth in air traffic and its own proactive airport management.
Buoyed up by further significant developments in Chile, Japan and the Dominican Republic, VINCI Airports is speeding up its internationalisation and is now one of the world’s top five airport operators.
VINCI Airports is one of the top five international players in the airport sector with 132.3 million passengers managed in 2016 and 35 airports operated worldwide.
The main listed companies in the sector are AENA (concession-holder of Madrid airport), French group ADP, Fraport (concession-holder of Frankfurt airport) and MAHB (concession-holder of Kuala Lumpur airport).
In Europe, VINCI Airports operates 10 airports in Portugal (44.5 million passengers), 13 airports in France (16.7 million passengers) including Lyon-Saint Exupéry and Lyon-Bron since November 2016 (9.6 million passengers).
Outside Europe, VINCI holds concessions for the three international airports in Cambodia (7 million passengers).
In Chile, VINCI Airports, through a consortium with ADP and Astaldi, operates Santiago-Arturo Merino Benítez Airport (19.2 million passengers). In the Dominican Republic, VINCI Airports oper-ates six airports (4.7 million passengers).
In Japan, VINCI Airports holds the concession, as part of a consortium with Japanese partners, for the two Osaka airports (40.1 million passengers).
2017 will be an active year both in programme management outside France, with continuing work on the Santiago de Chile project, and in operations, with the Lyon airports concession in France.
In all the concession businesses, the innovation policy, which is geared to new digital resources, will support the ongoing development of services by devising smartphone applications that facilitate mobility and enhance the user experience
€368m Operating profit from ordinary activities
€249m Net profit attributable to equity holders of the parent