VINCI Airports’ traffic: the growth continues in the third quarter of 2017 with an increase of 12.2% 12 October 2017

In the third quarter of 2017, traffic across platforms managed by VINCI Airports increased 12.2%* compared to Q3 2016, with a total of 42.3 million passengers handled in the network airports.

 

A traffic growth explained by record traffic during the summer season in most of the network airports but also by the launching […]

In the third quarter of 2017, traffic across platforms managed by VINCI Airports increased 12.2%* compared to Q3 2016, with a total of 42.3 million passengers handled in the network airports.

 

A traffic growth explained by record traffic during the summer season in most of the network airports but also by the launching of new key routes on the airports.



Thus, Portugal reports its best ever summer season by a wide margin with 16.6 million passengers between July and September, which represents an increase of 14.7 % on 2016. The regional hub of Lisbon, which benefited from the launch, at the end of July, of direct flights Beijing/Lisbon, posts to him only an increase of 16 % of the traffic. In Cambodia, the country’s 3 airports record a traffic increase of 31 %. By welcoming more than a million passengers, Phnom Penh rose 32.8 % over the previous year. The airport of the capital also saw the arrival of new carriers and the launch, in early July, of a new daily connection Dubai/Phnom Penh which allows to strengthen its connectivity.



In France the airports of the network recorded an increase of 9.9 %. Nantes Atlantiques airport so passed 5 million passengers by recording a 15.4 % growth. Finally, in Chile, the strengthening of domestic traffic and the development of new international lines allowed the airport of Santiago to record a total increase of 12.6%.



Between January and September, VINCI Airports network plateforms served more than 112 million passengers, an increase of 12.6% over the previous year. Over 12 rolling months, VINCI Airports traffic served 145 million passengers, up to 12.4%.

*100% contribution. Variations on a pro forma basis, including Kansai Airports, Aerodom and Lyon-Saint Exupéry on a full year basis in 2016 and excluding Salvador Airport in Brazil, which VINCI Airports will operate starting from early 2018.