Groupe ADP manages Mauritius International Airport

Since 2009, Groupe ADP has been operating the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Airport (SSR), located in the south-east of the capital Port Louis, under concession and holds a 10% stake in the capital of the concession company ATOL (Airport Terminal Operations Limited).

The 15-year concession contract provided for the construction and management of a new 56,900 m² terminal to replace the old one, with a capacity of 4.5 million passengers. It was commissioned in September 2013.

Inspired by the Ravenala or "traveller's tree", a tropical plant found in Mauritius, the architectural design of this new terminal was conceived by ADP Ingénierie, also in charge of the feasibility studies and a technical assistance mission to supervise the works throughout the construction phase.

This terminal is a reference in terms of sustainable development, in symbiosis with the concept of "sustainable Mauritius" considered by the Mauritian State as a national priority. It is equipped with 264 photovoltaic panels, rainwater harvesting systems, natural lighting of public spaces and vegetated circuits (tree-lined patios, vertical gardens planted with tropical species, water walls, etc.).

The quality of its aeronautical infrastructures make it a renowned airport in the region. On four occasions (2014, 2015, 2016 and 2019), Mauritius Airport has won the title of "Best Airport in Africa" all sizes of airports combined, at the ASQ (Airport Service Quality) Awards of the ACI (Airport Council International). It was also named "4th best airport in Africa" at the last Skytrax World Airports Awards (2020 ranking).

56 900
m² new terminal area
million passengers capacity of the new terminal
growth in traffic since taking over the concession