Territorial, economic and social impact of Company activity Groupe ADP’s support and cooperation strategy is centred around four key concepts: ◆ the attractiveness and promotion of territories; ◆ partnerships to give local residents access to airport jobs; ◆ quality of life of airport employees; ◆ sponsorship and support for charitable projects. Dialogue and local partnerships Aéroports de Paris exercises its social responsibility by engaging in partnerships with the socio-economic actors in major airport areas, with political, consular or association representatives, and with French government services. To best meet the expectations of its many stakeholders, Aéroports de Paris has created two regional delegations within its Environment and Sustainable Development Department: one for Paris-Orly, the other for Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Le Bourget. These delegations meet with local residents, elected representatives, associations, school groups, etc. A website is dedicated to this dialogue: . The company is also active through partnership structures devoted to employment and development of the economy. Communication tools have been established with stakeholders. Aéroports de Paris is responsible for the secretariat of the Consultative Environment Commissions (CCE), a favoured tool for consulting with populations local to the airports. The CCE must be consulted on any important matter relating to airport operational incidents in areas affected by noise pollution. Economic and social development around the platforms Within the framework of its policy of sustainable development, Groupe ADP promotes economic and social co-operation with local authorities so that the local area benefits from its growth. It also maintains an on- going dialogue with local residents through numerous partnerships and the provision of tools, mainly online services. The forms of dialogue are described in the Groupe ADP Corporate Social Responsibility Report 1 . Commitment to local employment Over 122,040 people work at the airports, 90,190 2 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, 28,360 at Paris-Orly and 3,490 at Paris-Le Bourget). Results of the socio-economic impacts study made in 2017 show that Parisian airports supported 2.2% of job in France and contributed to wealth creation for National economy up to €30.3 billion in 2016. On a regional basis, the global economic activity generated by the Parisian airport system represents 3.9% of the GBP of the region Île de France and 7.9% of the job of the region Île de France, totalling 570,860 jobs (data: study Utopies 2017)

For over fifteen years Aéroports de Paris, in conjunction with its economic partners, has been investing in programmes to encourage inclusion, employability and job retention. Since 2017, the Social and Solidarity division (ESS) carries the NGO Planèt’AIRport which brings together the associative structures created by Groupe ADP in partnership with the regional authorities and companies. Testifying to Groupe ADP’s commitment to the regions surrounding its platforms, it has deployed the FILM (training, insertion, accommodation, mobility) programme, carried by four associations: Planèt’Formation, First Stade, Comité Habitat and Papa Charlie. Each year, nearly 1,300 people are trained, 400 families find accommodation, 300 people can go to work thanks to very low-cost car rental. All these initiatives enable some to find stable employment. In addition, each year, Discover airport occupations seminars for local job- seekers are organised for the Grand Roissy-Le Bourget area in the North and Grand Orly in the South. Companies and public services present their occupations as well as the organisations and training courses leading to them. The aim is to help job-seekers to better present their career plan. Practical workshops to prepare professional interviews, enhance your image, or understand company codes complete the information. Delegations also take part in information forums about airport occupations, organised by schools and local communities next to the airports. They also organise, along with the Job Centres and local prescribers, recruitment forums for companies in sectors in demand. Other actions have been carried out at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, including the “Occupation orientation” to promote airport occupations to motivated groups of school children, selected and “prepared” by the education teams at the schools. This approach aims to help them prepare their vocational orientation in the identified sectors of Grand Roissy-Le Bourget (hotel- restaurants, freight-logistics, reception-sales, aeronautical mechanics) and to let them discover these sectors and get to the heart of the activity of the companies, in order to better understand how they operate. Aéroports de Paris also helps young companies and supports their location on airport grounds. At Paris-Charles de Gaulle, it is supported by two partner structures: a talent pool and a local resource centre. It supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) via agreements with organisations that provide advice or assistance to businesses. Since 2009, it has also hosted a branch of Coopactive, a business and employment cooperative for self-employed entrepreneurs.

Responsible purchasing and subcontracting

Aéroports de Paris’ purchases exceed €1 billion per year and are broken down into four categories: supplies, equipment, services and intellectual services. Aéroports de Paris has held the Responsible Supplier Relations label since 2014, along with 36 other companies. Awarded by the Médiation interentreprises (under the Finance Ministry) and the Conseil national des achats (National Purchasing Council), this label recognises the inclusion of the sustainable development strategy in the purchasing function and supplier relations. Awarded for three years, it includes an annual audit to check the correct deployment of improvement plans on essential criteria.

1 Available on the website . 2 2017 data, all contracts combined (permanent, fixed-term, interim, work-study and other contracts).



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