BUSINESS OVERVIEW 06 DESCRIPTION OF THE PARISIAN AIRPORTS OWNED OR OPERATED BY GROUPE ADP
Investment programme The investments made at the Paris-Orly airport in 2017 are described in chapter 5 1 including the continuation of construction work on the connection between the South and West terminals , the redesign of the international departure process of the South terminal of Paris-Orly, the extension of the Golf areas and compliance work on the LGN-LJS turn, the extension of Hall 1 of the West terminal and the second phase of renovation of runway 4. The 2016-2020 projected investment programme for the regulated scope is outlined in chapter 5 2 . It includes: ◆ completion of the “Paris-Orly Nouvel Envol” project, which began during the 2011-2015 ERA; ◆ renovation of runway 3. In addition, the Paris-Orly airport dedicates significant resources to maintaining its assets and the robustness of its infrastructure and to customer satisfaction and sustainable development operations. The main projects included in the planned 2016-2020 investment programme are shown in the map below:
Several other projects are currently in progress or being studied to improve the airport’s services. The “New Grand Paris” project provides that Paris-Orly will be served by two new links: the extension of line 14 – linking the Paris-Orly airport to the capital, making a connection to Châtelet Station in the centre of Paris possible in 27 minutes in the future or to Saint Denis Pleyel in 40 minutes with an automatic metro and the new line 18 – linking Paris-Orly to the Plateau de Saclay and Versailles, then in the longer term to Nanterre. The airport will then be 30 minutes from Versailles (depending on the French government’s ongoing arbitrations). The Declarations of Public Utility (DUP) of lines 14 and 18 were obtained in July 2016 and March 2017, respectively. Preparatory work started in 2017. As part of the South interconnection project for high-speed lines, a TGV high-speed train station could also be built by 2030, opening up access to the vast French and European high-speed train network. There are around 14,553 parking spaces at Paris-Orly, 10,829 of which are car parks located close by and directly linked to the terminals.
A - RenovationofP0 carpark B - Relocationof theVIPpavilion C - Completionof theEstPierof theSouth terminal and renovationofHallA D - Redesignof thepassengerprocess E - HallB renovationand connectingbuilding
F - Renovationof taxiways G - Renovationof runways
1 Please refer to the paragraph in Chapter 5 entitled “Investments made by the Group over the last three financial years”.. 2 Please refer to the paragraph in Chapter 5 entitled “Planned investment programme for Paris-Orly airport”.
AÉROPORTS DE PARIS REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2017
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