Groupe ADP's airport network

Aéroport Paris-Le Bourget


The leading European business airport


Located 7km north of Paris, Paris-Le Bourget airport can accommodate all types of aircraft, from a small business twin-engine to an Airbus A380.

Equipped with three runways,  the number of aircraft movements totaled 56,645 in 2019.
  • 1st business aviation in Europe

  • 56 645 aircraft movements in 2019

  • 15 business aviation companies

  • 100 Installed companies

  • 3 500 direct jobs

1st business aviation in Europe

56 645 aircraft movements in 2019

15 business aviation companies

100 Installed companies

3 500 direct jobs




We have undertaken a significant modernisation and development programme to fully exploit the strengths of the airport : linchpin of the Greater Paris aeronautical centre of excellence, Paris-Le Bourget contributes significantly to the Group's real estate revenue.



Balanced traffic

Paris-Le Bourget is the leading business aviation airport in Europe and serves around 800 destinations. The airport is able to accommodate all types of aircraft, including wide-bodied aircraft, and benefits from a balanced traffic mix between based and non based aircraft, business, medical, official and private travel. Its business clientele is divided one-third between large companies, co-owned aircraft and occasional rentals. Paris-Le Bourget is home to 15 business aviation companies and 8 FBOs (private terminals). The number of aircraft movements amounted to 54,646 in 2019.

A major center for the aeronautical industry

The Bourget complex is home to nearly 100 aircraft maintenance, equipment and fitting-out companies, employing more than 3,500 people and constituting a real cluster for the aeronautics industry. Paris-Le Bourget is also home to the Air and Space Museum and the International Air and Space Show (SIAE), which is the world's largest air show and is held every two years.

Ten general aviation airports and one heliport

The Paris-Issy-les-Moulineaux heliport is attached to the management of Paris-Le Bourget airport as well as the ten civil general aviation aerodromes located in the Ile-de-France region.