History of Aéroports de Paris from 1982 to the present

1993
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.

1994
The Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport is the pioneer of intermodality between air and rail travel, whether it is TGV or the RER.
Opening of a new runway at Paris-Le Bourget, which becomes a dedicated business airport.

1995
Implementation of a House of the Environment in Paris-Orly.
Air France transfers its registered office to the Roissypôle commercial area.

1998
Opening of runway 4 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, with a length of 2,7000 metres. It forms a southern doublet with runway 2.
Module 2F1 of Paris-Charles de Gaulle's Terminal F is commissioned.

1999
Module 2F2 of Paris-Charles de Gaulle's Terminal F is commissioned.

2002
The T3 terminal at Paris-Charles de Gaulle (formerly T9) doubles its area to hold departing passengers, and triples the area of its commercial space.
Between 2000 and 2002, total passenger traffic at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly fell by 2.8%.

2003
The sixth terminal at Paris-Charles de Gaulle 2 is commissioned; the "E" is used by Air France and SkyTeam alliance and is reserved for international traffic. It enables the docking of 18 aircraft.
In 2004, the traffic of Aéroports de Paris breaks the 75 million passenger level.

2005
The construction of a business airport at Paris-Le Bourget.
Transformation of Aéroports de Paris into a limited liability company.

2006
IPO and placement onto the market - June 2006.

2007
Commissioning of CDGVal, the automated metro, which since April 2007 has connected the CDG1 and CDG2 terminals.
Commissioning of the new boarding satellite "La Galerie Parisienne" at Terminal 2E at Paris-Charles de Gaulle in June 2007.

2008
Commissioning of the new departure lounge at Terminal 2E of Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Opening of regional Terminal 2G, dedicated to French and European destinations, at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Aéroports de Paris and Schiphol Group create a leading alliance in the airport industry through a long-term industrial cooperation agreement and the taking of an 8% cross-shareholding position.

2009
The first auction of airline tickets for charity by Aéroports de Paris for the benefit of the Rêves association and conducted by the Artcurial house was successfully held at Paris-Charles de Gaulle. More than 100,000 euros will be donated to Rêves, which realizes the dreams of sick children.

February: launch of Duty Free Paris, a subsidiary owned in partnership with The Nuance Group, dedicated to the distribution of fashion items and accessories.

March: opening of the last quarter of the renovated Terminal 1 at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

April: acquisition of the Masternaut group by Hub Telecom.

May: end of the combination of the ground handling business that Alyzia began in 2008.

November: November: signing of the partnership agreements with GE Capital Real Estate for the use of the Continental Square real estate group.

2010

February: Aéroports de Paris and Lagardère Services announce the extension of their partnership in Société de Distribution Aéroportuaire until 31 October 2019.

April: sale of the Masternaut group by Hub Telecom.

June: the creation of joint venture Media Aéroports de Paris in partnership with JCDecaux for the usage and marketing of advertising devices at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget.

August: the creation of joint venture Relay@ADP in partnership with Lagardère Services for the operation of bookstores, books, drinks, sandwiches and souvenirs.

December: the sale of 80% of the share capital of the Alyzia Group, which is engaged in ground handling services for Group 3S. Merger of joint ventures Duty Free Paris and Société de Distribution Aéroportuaire.

2011
February: Aéroports de Paris and Lagardère Services announce the extension of their partnership in Société de Distribution Aéroportuaire until 31 October 2019.

April: sale of the Masternaut group by Hub Telecom.

June: the creation of joint venture Media Aéroports de Paris in partnership with JCDecaux for the usage and marketing of advertising devices at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget.

August: the creation of joint venture Relay@ADP in partnership with Lagardère Services for the operation of bookstores, books, drinks, sandwiches and souvenirs.

December: the sale of 80% of the share capital of the Alyzia Group, which is engaged in ground handling services for Group 3S. Merger of joint ventures Duty Free Paris and Société de Distribution Aéroportuaire.

2012
March: inauguration of a connecting building between Terminals 2A and 2C of Paris-Charles de Gaulle

April: the concession contract for Zagreb airport (Croatia) is signed by Aéroports de Paris Management

May: Aéroports de Paris acquires a 38% stake in Turkish airport operator TAV Airports, as well as a 49% share in TAV Construction

June: Inauguration of the new Satellite 4 (Hall M) at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Terminal 2

October: presentation of a major project to modernise Paris-Orly, by the year 2018

November: nomination of Augustin de Romanet as Chairman and CEO 

2013
January: Aéroports de Paris inaugurates its Espace Musée (museum area) at Paris Charles de Gaulle

March: A new terminal is put into service by Aéroports de Paris at the international airport in Amman (Jordan)

April: ADPI successfully completes the engineering of the first satellite dedicated to the Airbus A380, in Dubai (U.A.E.)

September: A new terminal goes into service at Mauritius airport, designed and operated by Aéroports de Paris


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