VINCI Airports – Q3 2018 traffic*  

Continued traffic growth across the VINCI Airports network: +6.1% excluding Japan, affected by exceptional climate events 
· Airports Worldwide: robust performance by recently acquired airports portfolio (+8.4%) 
· Europe: new summer season traffic records set by French (+8.5%) and Portuguese (+4.2%) airports 
· Cambodia: two-figure growth maintained (+16.4%)

Thanks to its ambitious international development policy, the VINCI Airports network handled more than 180 million passengers for the first time in a 12-month year-on-year period.

In the third quarter of 2018, traffic across the 44 platforms managed by VINCI Airports reported a +2.8%* increase relative to the third quarter of 2017, with a record 51.3 million passengers handled by the company’s network. Excluding Japan’s performance, which was adversely affected by a succession of exceptional climate events, the growth rate was +6.1%.

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