Welcome to Cargo City

With high potential for development and expansion, the aeronautical and building infrastructures of our two Paris airports, Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Orly, are dedicated to the growth of your business.

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Paris-Charles de Gaulle: unique cargo facilities

300 hectares
under video surveillance
302 hectares
of land reserves
1 animal

At the heart of Paris-Charles de Gaulle, “Cargo City” has an annual cargo handling capacity of 3.6 million tonnes. We can offer 24/7 operations, 3 million m² dedicated to cargo activities and a unique layout that enables the high-speed transfer of goods between the public and restricted areas. Paris-CDG has a total of 79 aircraft parking stands devoted to cargo alone.

A major hub in the heart of Grand Paris


Paris-CDG is the largest cargo hub in Europe and the second-largest European airport in terms of passenger traffic. It offers one of the world’s best air networks for connecting flights, with 4 runways and 329 destinations worldwide. These strengths mean that Groupe ADP is fully equipped to meet your requirements for high-speed global connections; every week, 25,000 connections are available in under two hours.

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Cargo at Paris-Orly

Europe’s largest food market
300,000 tonnes
of annual cargo handling capacity
10 minutes
from Paris

Located at the heart of a high-performance transport network serving Paris’ third-largest economic centre, the cargo area at Paris-Orly offers top facilities that guarantee high-quality and high-speed cargo shipping services. The attractiveness and connectivity of this airport are set to grow considerably with the upcoming launch of the Grand Paris Express.

New business park at Paris-Orly

Located in the heart of Paris-Orly’s cargo area and with a secure surface area of 22,000 m², the new Roméo business park will meet all of your storage and operational needs.


Roméo 1 - © BNP Paribas Real Estate

Find out more

Marc Houalla, Executive Director, Managing Director of Paris-CDG Airport,
presents the latest cargo-related projects.