ADP Management

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Founded in 1991, ADP Management is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Groupe ADP that invests in airport concessions and manages airports around the world through management contracts, either with or without an equity interest in the airport. As an airport operator and long-term investor, ADP Management has many recognised areas of expertise: bringing infrastructure into operation (terminals, runways, etc.), optimising operations, developing air terminal shops, assisting with airport certification, etc.

ADP Management now operates in eight countries and 20 different airports, handling over 41 million passengers.  

As of 2014, in partnership with TAV Airports, ADP Management will be managing Croatia's Zagreb Airport for a period of 25 years. The concession contract outlines the construction of a new terminal that will eventually be able to accommodate five million passengers. In Jordan, Groupe ADP holds a 9.5% stake in the concession of Amman airport, which opened a new terminal in 2013 and is now undergoing expansion to increase the airport's capacity to 12 million passengers.


ADP Management also has stakes in the international airport serving Mauritius, which it manages in collaboration with the Mauritius government, as well as in Liege airport in Belgium, and in SETA, a strategic partner of the OMA society, which manages 13 airports in Mexico. It also has a stake in the Saudi Arabian company MATAR, which operates and maintains the Hajj Terminal in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and in SOGEAC, the concession and management company of Conakry International Airport in Conakry, Guinea..

ADP Management also has a stake in Liège Airport in Belgium, the seventh largest cargo airport in Europe, and SETA, a strategic partner of OMA, which operates and manages thirteen airports in Mexico. It also has a stake in the Saudi Arabian company MATAR, which operates and maintains the Hajj Terminal in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, as well as in SOGEAC, the company that holds the concession to operate and manage Conakry International Airport in Conakry, Guinea.

As of the 1st of October 2015, ADP Management, VINCI Airports 
and Astaldi will, for a period of 20 years, operate and manage the concession of Chile's Santiago international airport, the 6th busiest airport in South America, serving 17.2 million passengers in 2015 alone. The project involves operating and developing the airport, and more specifically, the construction of a new 175,000m2 terminal, which will raise the airport's capacity to 30 million passengers. 


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ADP Management in figures

  • •  countries
  • •  20 airports directly or indirectly managed by Groupe ADP 
  • •  500 000 m² of airport buildingserminal floorspace
  • •  5000 managers and supervised employees

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