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Orly is reinventing itself to accommodate more passengers in 2035

2024-02-21T18:51:33.054Z

Highlights: ADP unveiled the new Paris-Orly development project for 2035. The group anticipates just under 229,000 movements over the whole of 2035 at Orly. However, if the number of takeoffs and landings goes… This article is reserved for subscribers. You have 84% left to discover. Flash sale -70% on digital subscription I ENJOY IT Already subscribed? Log in to your account to see the rest of the story.


ADP wants to make Paris’ second airport greener and more welcoming.


Construction or extension of a terminal, creation of a new runway... For several decades now, each major renovation of an airport has resulted in an increase in its capacity.

But that was before.

This Wednesday, ADP unveiled the new Paris-Orly development project for 2035. And it changed the rules of the game.

“It is a project which is based on stability in the number of air movements

(landings and takeoffs, Editor’s note) ,

 ”

immediately warned Augustin de Romanet, CEO of ADP.

The group anticipates just under 229,000 movements over the whole of 2035 at Orly, a little more than in 2018, before the start of the Covid pandemic.

Above all, this is significantly less than the 245,356 in 1996, the peak of air traffic at Orly.

This project is part of ADP's strategy aimed at minimizing the impacts of airports and air traffic on the environment and the neighborhood.

However, if the number of takeoffs and landings goes…

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