VINCI Airports VINCI Airports

In France, Portugal, Cambodia, Chile, Brazil, Japan, the Dominican Republic, Sweden, Costa Rica, the United Kingdom and the United States.

VINCI Airports

In France and outside France, VINCI Airports has built on its expertise as a comprehensive integrator to manage in 2018 a broad network of 44 airports worldwide, with 12 in France, 1 in Brazil, 10 in Portugal, 3 in Cambodia, 1 in Chile, 3 in Japan and 6 in the Dominican Republic, 1 in the United Kingdom, 1 in Sweden, 1 in Costa Rica and 5 in the United States.

To meet the expectations of concession-granting authorities, airlines and passengers, VINCI Airports prioritises a proactive operation policy that focuses on expanding routes and traffic and providing non-aeronautical services. In 2017,VINCI Airports opened more than 272 new routes and served more than 180 million passengers .

VINCI Airports in figures

airports managed worldwide 44

traffic growth in 2017 +12.4

million passengers in 2018 Over 180

new routes 272

billion revenue €1,4

employees worldwide 12,000

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VINCI Airports Activity Report 2017

Key Date

  • 28.07.2017 VINCI Airports signed a concession contract for Salvador airport in Brazil

  • 09.11.2016 Finalization of the acquisition of Aéroports de Lyon

  • 11.04.2016 Acquisition of AERODOM, concessionaire of 6 airports in the Dominican Republic

  • 01.04.2016 Awarding of the concession contract for 2 Japanese airports: Kansai International and Itami

  • 01.10.2015 Start of operations at Santiago de Chile airport

  • 09.17.13 Acquisition of ANA, the Portuguese airports concession company

  • 1995 First airport concession for 2 airports in Cambodia: Phnom Penh and Siem Reap