History of Aéroports de Paris from 1982 to 1992

1982
Inauguration of Terminal 2A of the Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport by President Francois Mitterrand on the 24th of March.
The previous year, Terminal 2B was opened.

1986
Hall 4 of Paris-Orly Ouest is commissioned.

1987
Opening of the commercial area at Orlytech.
The following year, Aéroports de Paris exceeds the 40 million passenger level.
In eleven years, traffic has doubled.

1989
Decree of January 4 in which Article 6 states "The Aéroport de Paris will have the designation: Aéroports de Paris".
Opening of Terminal 2D at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

1990
Construction of Orlyval, which carries more than 2 million passengers per year.
Opening of Terminal T9 for charter flights at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

1991
The opening of Terminal 2C at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, entirely reserved for international traffic with computerised baggage sorting.
Commissioning of the Hall 1 of Paris-Orly Ouest, able to accommodate larger aircraft.

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