Paris Airports are changing and adapting their infrastructure

The major projects of Paris Aeroport

Groupe ADP through its passengers' brand Paris Aeroport is undertaking a renovation program at its main airports.
This program is launched at Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly with no less than 20 major projects.

As part of these changes, construction work is taking place in some terminals. These works are led with passengers' and arlines' needs at the top of our mind. 

By 2020, Paris-Charles de Gaulle will handle approximately 80 million passengers a year. The modernisation and extension of its capacities have become necessary in order to accommodate the growth in air traffic and cement its place as the number one choice of airlines and passengers worldwide. 


Paris-Orly is rapidly expanding in response to major traffic developments, increasing numbers of airlines and an ever-growing list of international destinations.
Paris-Orly will become a one-roof terminal with a new generation infrastructure that is more adaptable, more innovative, and offers a more pleasant airport experience.

Preparing for the future of airports today means creating a fresh look for our passengers and our clients, and generating new opportunities for growth for Groupe ADP.

 

Paris Aéroport Changes,discover the major projects

  • Paris-CDG
    Multi-modal station
    Roissypole

    2018
  • Paris-Orly
    Orly West - Orly South
    Connecting building

    2019
  • Paris-CDG
    Connecting 2B-2D
    T1 Connection

    2020
  • Paris-CDG
    CDGExpress
    at the heart of the airport

    2023
  • Paris-Orly
    Multi-modal station
    Grand Paris Express

    2024


Your parisian airports tomorrow

Paris-Orly is preparing to welcome 32.5 million passengers by the end of 2020

Paris-Orly a one-roof airport


Improve the quality of our hospitality and anticipate the needs of passengers and airlines is at the top of our mind.
To achieve these goals Paris-Orly is undertaking several projects:

• A connecting building between South and West terminals to create a one roof airport

• A multi-modal station located at the heart of the airport, providing a direct link to Paris-Gare de Lyon in 23 minutes

To learn more about the projects, click here

Paris-CDG is preparing to welcome 80 million passengers by the end of 2020

Paris-CDG is developping to accomodate this intensification:

Renovation of the  multi-modal station at Roissypole.
Refitting the terminals* to adapt to passengers' new needs and have an airport infrastructure adaptable for the future. 
• CDG Express for high-speed links between Paris and the airport.
• Construction of Terminal 4.


To learn more about these projects, click here


*Unification of international boarding gates in Terminal 1, connecting buiding between Terminals 2B and 2D, refurbishment of boarding lounge L in Terminal 2E.

Paris-CDG Junction of Terminals 2B & 2D


Our airports are undergoing significant construction work. We are making changes throughout the summer to provide you with the best possible experience.

Paris Fashion Chantier *: Follow the guide!

Got an eye for detail? You will undoubtedly notice our Paris Fashion Building style hoarding which combines the world of Paris fashion with construction workwear.

Paris Aéroport has created a colourful display to guide you in your journey through our terminals.

* Paris Fashion Building style

Paris Fashion Chantier

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