BUSINESS OVERVIEW 06 DESCRIPTION OF THE PARISIAN AIRPORTS OWNED OR OPERATED BY GROUPE ADP
Paris-Charles de Gaulle
AÉROPORT PARIS-CHARLES DE GAULLE
CTFE (CENTRALE THERMO FRIGOELECTRIQUE)
TRANSPORTCÔTÉVILLE / LANDSIDE TRANSPORT GARE FERROVIAIRE / TRAINSTATION : CDGVAL train intraaéroport / Airport rail shuttle RER : trainsdeetversParis / Trains toParis TGV : Trainsàgrandevitesse / High-speed train
GAREROUTIÈRE / BUSSTATION : CarsetBus : CoachesandBuses :
CDGVAL : Train intraaéroport /Airport rail shuttle RER : TrainsdeetversParis / Trains toParis
GROUPEADPSIÈGESOCIAL / HEADOFFICE TERMINALBI-STATUT / BI-STATUS TERMINAL TERMINALSCHENGEN / SCHENGEN TERMINAL TERMINAL INTERNATIONAL / INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL ENTRAVAUX / WORK INPROGRESS STATIONANIMALIÈRE / ANIMALSTATION
TRANSPORTCÔTÉPISTE /AIRSIDE TRANSPORT
Navettespassagersen correspondance /airside transferbuses
Trainversembarquement / rail shuttle toboardingareas Transfert / Transfer
© Aéroports de Paris
General description Located 25 kilometres north of Paris, Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport is built on 3,257 hectares. It handles the largest share of long-haul and intercontinental commercial connections in the airport system which also includes Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget. This positioning greatly structures the activity and identity of the airport, which is the world’s gateway to France. It has 9 passenger terminals with a theoretical capacity of 79 million passengers per year (72 million passengers per year at end 2016, due in large part to the temporary closure of Terminal 2B) and 6 cargo terminals. With 69.5 million passengers welcomed in 2017 (up 5.4%), it is the 10 th largest airport in the world, the 2 nd in Europe and the 1 st in France. Cargo and mail traffic totalled 2.2 million tonnes in 2017. Services were provided to 325 cities 1 worldwide from Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport in 2017. Paris-Charles de Gaulle acts as the head office for around 700 companies and has 90,190 2 direct jobs.
A world-class infrastructure Runways
Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport has a very efficient runway system consisting of two pairs of parallel runways with a physical layout that enables them to be used independently. Each pair includes one runway designed for take-off and another for landing, which reduces the noise disturbance caused by air traffic. Thanks to this system and the resources implemented by the Air Navigation Services Division, the programmed capacity is 120 movements per hour for the 2018 summer season. The entire runway system has been adapted to accommodate wide-bodied aircraft (Airbus A380). The airport has 301 aircraft parking stands 3 , including 139 contact stands. Out of the 162 remote stands, 78 are used for cargo. In 2017, the number of aircraft movements was 475,654 an increase of 0.6% compared with 2016.
Nominal capacities of terminals at Paris-Charles de Gaulle At the end of 2017, the nominal capacities of the terminals amounted to 72 million passengers, given the continuing work to refurbish Terminal 2B.
1 With a minimum of 12 movements during the year. 2 All contracts combined (permanent, fixed-term, interim, work-study and other contracts). 2016 data extracted from Utopies study. 3 Figures at 31 December 2017, provided in a configuration of normal and simultaneous use of items. There are other possible configurations that may cause these values to vary.
AÉROPORTS DE PARIS REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2017
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