Impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, Groupe ADP1 total traffic is down by 60.4% in 2020 compared to 2019 with 96.3 million passengers welcomed for the entire network of operated airports. Excluding the integration of GMR Airports as of 1 March 2020, the decrease in group traffic would be 69.8% since the beginning of the year.
At Paris Aéroport alone, the traffic decreased by 69.4% compared to 2019 with 33.1 million passengers welcomed. Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport welcomed 22.3 million passengers (-70.8%) and Paris-Orly Airport 10.8 million (-66.1%). Traffic decreased by 62.2% over the 1st half of the year and by 76.1% over the 2nd half.
In Paris Aéroport:
International traffic (excluding Europe) was down (-70.6%), due to the decrease of all the destinations: North America (-80.0%), Asia-Pacific (-79.9%), the Middle East (-70.9%), Latin America (-70.6%), Africa (-65.8%), the French Overseas Territories (-45.3%);
European traffic (excluding France) was down by 72.1%;
Traffic within France was down by 58.3%;
The number of connecting passengers decreased by 69.2%. The connecting rate stood at 23.1%, up by 0.3 point compared with 2019.
Passenger traffic at TAV Airports, 46.4%-owned by Groupe ADP2, decreased by 74.3% in 2020. As a reminder, Istanbul Atatürk commercial flights were transferred to the new Istanbul Airport as of 6 April 20193. Excluding Istanbul Atatürk, TAV Airport traffic has decreased by 69.7%.
Passenger traffic at Santiago, 45%-owned by Groupe ADP, decreased by 65.4% in 2020.
Passenger traffic at Amman Airport, 51%-owned by Groupe ADP, has decreased by 77.0% in 2020.
Passenger traffic at GMR Airports, 49%-owned by Groupe ADP since July 20204, decreased by 60.6% over the past year.