Numerous meetings were held in Paris, Amsterdam, and Seoul over the course of the last three years, allowing the teams involved to discuss their respective challenges and each other’s best practices.
The three partners, satisfied with the outcome of this non-equity partnership, have renewed their strategic partnership agreement for another four years by extending it into new areas, including innovation and digital technology.
This agreement was signed at the headquarters of Incheon International Airport Corporation in the presence of Edward Arkwright, Groupe ADP Deputy CEO, Jos Nijhuis, President & CEO of Schiphol Group and Il-Young Chung, President & CEO of Incheon International Airport Corporation.
- 97.2 million passengers at Paris Aéroport, with 65.9 million at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport
- 26 airports worldwide managed by the Group, for a total of 245 million passengers
- Revenue of €2.95 billion, and net Income attributable to the Group of €435 million
- 70 million passengers, with 63.6 million for Amsterdam-Schiphol Airport
- Stakes owned in Brisbane Airport (Australia) and in JFK IAT (Terminal 4 at JFK, New York)
- Revenue of €1.43 billion, and net Income attributable to the Group of €306 million
Incheon International Airport Corporation
- 57.7 million passengers at Seoul-Incheon Airport
- Seoul-Incheon has been ranked n°1 for ACI's Airport Service Quality (ASQ) for 12 years
- Revenue of 2,186 billion Won (€1.69 bn), and net Income attributable to the Group of 965 billion Won (€746 million)