VINCI Airports in the world
VINCI Airports manages 45 airports in France, Portugal, Cambodia, Chile, Japan, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Costa Rica, Sweden, the United States, the United Kingdom and Serbia
With an operating presence of 26 years in Cambodia, 16 years in France and 7 years in Portugal, VINCI Airports consolidated its position as the world’s leading private airport operator in 2019 with a presence in 12 countries.
3 airports to support Cambodia's tourism boom long term
With 26 years of operating presence in Cambodia, VINCI Airports now operates Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Sihanoukville airports. Financial commitment and proactive cooperation with local stakeholders - through initiatives like its support for Khmer crafts - have contributed to doubling the traffic passing through Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and promoting the country's tourism industry. VINCI Airports launched a 200 million dollar investment programme to be completed by 2025.
11 regional airports in France
With 16 years of operating presence in France, VINCI Airports operates 11 airports of all sizes. The constant commitment of airport teams to air traffic development made it possible to outperform average market growth in 2019: 8% for all airports. Regular structural investment also delivers an appropriate and supportive response to regional needs. Recent projects include:
the acquisition of Aéroports de Lyon in November 2016, holding a concession contract running until 2047 for Lyon-Saint Exupéry, France’s second-largest regional airport, and Lyon-Bron airport
the inauguration in November 2016 of renovated terminals (passenger and business) at Chambéry airport and a brand-new business aviation terminal at Grenoble airport.
10 airports in Portugal, including the international hub of Lisbon
In 2013, VINCI Airports took over operation of 10 airports in Portugal, since then they have delivered exceptional growth in terms of air traffic and non-air related business. The proactive attitude of VINCI Airports teams in Portugal and a governance principle tailored to the specific needs of individual regions are two of the key factors behind this success.
Santiago airport in Chile
Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago, Chile has been operated since October 2015 by the Nuevo Pudahuel consortium formed by VINCI Airports (40%), Aéroports de Paris (45%) and the Italian construction group Astaldi (15%). The 20-year contract covers an ambitious programme of development work designed to double the capacity of the infrastructure in response to the impressive potential for growth in air traffic.
Kansai, Osaka and Kobe airports in Japan
In December 2015, the concessionaire company formed by ORIX and VINCI Airports has signed a 44-year concession contract with the New Kansai International Airport Company (“NKIAC”) for the operation of Kansai and Osaka international airports. In 2019, Kansai Airport welcomed 31.9million passengers. In 2017, the VINCI Airports-ORIX-Kansai Airports consortium signed a 42-year concession contract with Kobe City for the operation of Kobe Airport.
6 airports in the Dominican Republic
Acquired in December 2015 from the investment fund Advent International, Aerodom is the concession holder for six of the nine airports in the Dominican Republic, including the capital: Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata. Operation transferred to VINCI Airports in April 2016 under the terms of this concession contract, which runs until 2030.
Salvador airport, in Brazil
VINCI Airports signed on July 28th 2017 the Concession Agreement with ANAC (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) for the Deputado Luís Eduardo Magalhães airport, located in the city of Salvador, Brazil. With almost 8 million passengers welcomed in 2019, the airport is Brazil's 9th-largest airport. The 30-year term concession contract won by VINCI Airports covers operation, maintenance and extension-upgrading of the existing terminal and the runways system.
Belgrade airport, in Serbia
VINCI Airports signed on March 22, 2018 a 25-year concession contract covering Belgrade airport’s financing, operation, maintenance, extension and upgrade. Serbia's main airport welcomed 6.1 million passengers in 2019.