Paris Aéroport

Paris Aéroport
Société anonyme
Traded as Euronext: ADP
Industry Transport
Founded 24 October 1945 (24 October 1945)
Headquarters 14th arrondissement, Paris, France
Key people
Augustin de Romanet de Beaune, CEO
Products Airport operations and services
Revenue €2.916 billion (2015)[1]
€787 million (2015)[1]
€430 million (2015)[1]
Total assets €10.435 billion (2015)[1]
Total equity €10.435 billion (2015)[1]
Number of employees
9,000 (2015)[1]

Paris Aéroport, formerly Aéroports de Paris or ADP (Paris Airports), is the airport authority that owns and manages the fourteen civil airports and airfields in the Île-de-France (Paris) area. Among its notable airports are Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly Airport and Le Bourget Airport. Its headquarters are located in the 14th arrondissement of Paris.[2]


It was created as a government-owned corporation in 1945 but became a public company (known in France as a société anonyme) on 20 April 2005, although the French government and the Ile-De-France region have kept stakes in the company. As of the end of 2014, the French government holds 50.6% of the shares and hence holds the controlling interest. According to French Transport Code, the French government must remain the majority shareholder.[3] With this transition, the company became able to engage in international partnerships and investments. In 2008, the Schiphol Group purchased 8% of the stock of Aéroports de Paris. Aéroports de Paris has 8% of the stock of the Schiphol Group.[4]

In 2012, Aéroports de Paris, through its wholly owned subsidiary Aéroports de Paris Management, acquired 38% of TAV Airports Holding (TAV Havalimanlari Holding), the leading airport operator in Turkey that operates the Istanbul Atatürk International Airport as well as airports in Georgia, Tunisia, Macedonia, Latvia and Saudi Arabia (from H1 2012). Aéroports de Paris Management will also acquire 49% of TAV Yatırım Holding, owner of TAV Construction.


Breakdown of shareholding structure in pourcentage of capital and voting rights as of 31 December 2015:[5]

Shareholder Share
French State 50.6%
Schiphol Group 8.0%
Vinci 8.0%
Predica 4.8%
Institutional Investors 22.0%
Individual shareholders 4.7%
Employees 1.7%
Company owned 0.2%

Assets managed by ADP

The ADP group touts itself as being the world's second largest airport group in terms of turnover and the first in terms of air mail and freight handling. With its subsidiaries, ADP Management, ADP Ingénierie, Alyzia, and Hub Télécom, the ADP group has assisted in the construction and servicing of airports and related buildings and infrastructure in over 55 countries.

Aéroports de Paris has controlling interests in companies that operate ground handling services in CDG and Orly airport.




Head office

AdP head office

The head office is located in the 14th arrondissement of Paris, 291 boulevard Raspail. As of 2004 about 300 employees work in the building.[7]


  1. 1 2 3 4 5 6 "Annual Report 2015". Paris Aéroport. Retrieved 11 June 2016.
  2. "Contacts." Aéroports de Paris. Retrieved on 3 February 2010.
  3. "Company 2011 Annual Financial Report"
  4. Aéroports de Paris en Schiphol Group vormen leidende, wereldwijde luchthavenalliantie, op de website van de Schiphol Group, 1 December 2008
  5. "Shareholders structure". Retrieved 11 June 2016.
  6. Marsa Alam International Airport
  7. Le Mitouard, Eric. "Une tour de dix-neuf étages évacuée après l'incendie." Le Parisien. 23 November 2004. Retrieved on 28 January 2011. "Hier matin, vers 11 heures, 300 employés du siège d'Aéroports de Paris (ADP) ont été évacués de leur immeuble, 291, boulevard Raspail (XIV e ). Il s'agissait d'une fausse alerte."
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