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VINCI Airports – Traffic at 30 June 2022

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VINCI
VINCI

PRESS RELEASE

Nanterre, 19 July 2022

VINCI Airports – Traffic at 30 June 2022

  • Passenger traffic in Q2 2022 increased threefold on Q2 2021, to 27% below its 2019 level

  • Momentum in Europe has been very strong since early April; the degree of recovery is now almost the same as in the Americas (at 86% of its 2019 level in June)

  • Traffic is higher than in 2019 at some airports in the Americas, but remains low in Asia due to scant international travel to and from China

In the paragraphs below, unless otherwise indicated, variations refer to traffic levels in Q2 2022 compared to the same period in 2019.

49 million passengers travelled through VINCI Airports’ network in Q2 2022, i.e. three times more than in Q2 2021 (and 27% less than in 2019). Traffic continued to recover in Europe as all airlines began resuming flights in early April. Load factors in Europe this June reached 83%, the highest figure since the beginning of the crisis. Traffic in Europe, as a result, is now close to that in the Americas and to its pre-crisis levels (about 14% below them at this point). Performance, in other words, was good notwithstanding the fact that airlines cancelled flights for operational reasons (short-staffing), especially in June, in Europe and to a lesser extent the United States. The figures at some airports are now higher than in 2019 (for instance at Porto and Funchal in Portugal, and in Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic).

Traffic in VINCI Airports’ European network continued to climb back to pre-crisis levels as strong demand prompted airlines to restart flights. Traffic at the airports in Portugal hovered very near its pre-crisis level throughout Q2. Traffic at Funchal (Madeira) was buoyed by Ryanair’s decision to set up a new two-aircraft base for the year at the end of March, which pushed Q2 2022 figures 28% higher than in Q2 2019.

Traffic at Gatwick bounced back at the beginning of the quarter, with growth in passenger numbers on flights to and from Spain, Greece and Turkey around the Easter break. This trend continued as airlines gradually increased capacity. For example Vueling (up 35% over the quarter) opened a new two-aircraft base there.

The recovery picked up pace in April and May in Belgrade with new capacity from Turkish Airlines (up 76%) and Wizz Air (up 42%). Wizz Air has also added a new aircraft to its base there.

In France, traffic at Lyon and Nantes increased substantially in April, around the Easter break. Nantes airport saw growth in domestic flights and in travel to and from Spain, with sharp increases in capacity by Volotea (up 36%) and Transavia (up 20%).

Passenger numbers at some airports in Latin America was much higher than before the pandemic, confirming these destinations’ appeal among North American travellers. This is the case for example at Guanacaste airport in Costa Rica, which saw all-time-high passenger numbers (32% more than in 2019), essentially due to additional shoulder-season flights to and from the United States. Traffic at the airports in the Dominican Republic rose on flights to and from the United States and Spain, and remained above its 2019 levels throughout the quarter (+5% higher overall).

In Brazil, passenger traffic adjusted for Avianca Brazil’s bankruptcy in 2019 continues to grow, principally on the back of Gol’s new flights and the gradual resumption of transatlantic flights.

In Asia, traffic at Phnom Penh is increasing as flights to and from Thailand and Singapore are gradually restarting, but is still hampered by the lack of international flights to and from China – like the other airports in Cambodia. In Japan, Kansai Airports is seeing an increase in domestic flights whereas international traffic remains low due to the ongoing restrictions on international travel in Japan and China.

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Appendix Passenger traffic and commercial aircraft movements at 30 June 2022

I-  Change in VINCI Airports passenger traffic1

 

June 2022

Q2 2022

YTD June 2022

 

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

VINCI Airports

x2.7

-24.9%

x3.4

-27.0%

x3.2

-35.7%

Portugal (ANA)

x2.9

-2.9%

x4.1

-4.4%

x4.6

-13%

United-Kingdom

x9.7

-23%

x14.1

-25%

x15.2

-39%

Japan (Kansai Airports)

x2.5

-62%

x2.3

-64%

+99%

-68%

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

x2.6

-26%

x3.3

-27%

x2.6

-31%

France

x2.3

-23%

x3.5

-23%

x3.5

-31%

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

x8.9

-78%

x8.0

-83%

x4.9

-89%

United States of America

+18%

-7.4%

+52%

-4.8%

+84%

-7.6%

Brazil2

+31%

-3.8%

+66%

-2.3%

+52%

-7.6%

Serbia

+73%

-10%

x2.2

-12%

x2.3

-18%

Dominican Republic (Aerodom)

+18%

+6.6%

+27%

+5.0%

+47%

-0.7%

Costa Rica

+36%

+33%

+75%

+32%

x2.3

+7.8%

1 Data at 100%, irrespective of percentage held, including airport passenger numbers over the full period. The traffic of Skavsta airport (Sweden) has been excluded following its disposal in May 2022.

2 Traffic including the seven Amazonian airports that have joined the VINCI Airports network in 2022 (start of operations in January/February 2022).

II-  Change in VINCI Airports commercial movements (ATM)3

 

June 2022

Q2 2022

YTD June 2022

 

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

% change 2022 / 2021

% change 2022 / 2019

VINCI Airports

+73.4%

-16.1%

+97.8%

-17.5%

+95.3%

-23.4%

Portugal (ANA)

+81%

-3.3%

x2.4

-4.1%

x2.6

-10%

United-Kingdom

x5.9

-17%

x8.3

-18%

x7.9

-33%

Japan (Kansai Airports)

+53%

-31%

+43%

-33%

+47%

-36%

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

+84%

-26%

x2.2

-26%

+92%

-28%

France

+52%

-29%

+98%

-29%

x2.0

-32%

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

x2.4

-75%

x2.3

-78%

+98%

-82%

United States of America

+18%

-3.5%

+32%

-3.7%

+44%

-2.5%

Brazil2

+35%

+34%

+46%

+31%

+34%

+22%

Serbia

+35%

-4.0%

+49%

-8.8%

+58%

-12%

Dominican Republic (Aerodom)

+5.6%

+2.0%

+9.3%

-0.6%

+18%

-4.3%

Costa Rica

+18%

+24%

+26%

+26%

+50%

+18%

3 Data at 100%, irrespective of percentage held, including commercial movements over the full period. The ATM of Skavsta airport (Sweden) have been excluded following its disposal in May 2022.

4 ATM including the seven Amazonian airports that have joined the VINCI Airports network in 2022 (start of operations in January/February 2022).

III-      Passenger numbers per airport

In thousands of passengers

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

YTD June 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

Portugal (ANA) of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lisbon (LIS)

100

7,618

x4.3

-8.9%

12,136

x4.8

-17%

Porto (OPO)

100

3,572

x3.9

+0.7%

5,523

x4.4

-10%

Faro (FAO)

100

2,705

x5.2

-8.6%

3,467

x6.0

-13%

Madeira

100

1,148

x3.5

+28%

1,774

x4.0

+8.8%

Azores

100

682

x2.1

-0.4%

1,019

x2.3

-6.7%

TOTAL

 

15,725

x4.1

-4.4%

23,919

x4.6

-13%

United Kingdom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gatwick (LGW)

50

9,327

x22.5

-26%

13,137

x23.1

-41%

Belfast (BFS)

100

1,382

x4.0

-22%

2,273

x5.1

-27%

TOTAL

 

10,710

x14.1

-25%

15,410

x15.2

-39%

Japan (Kansai Airports)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kansai (KIX)

40

1,470

x2.9

-82%

2,534

x2.5

-84%

Itami (ITM)

40

2,636

x2.2

-34%

4,649

+86%

-41%

Kobé (UKB)

40

596

97%

-25%

1,021

+70%

-35%

TOTAL

 

4,702

x2.3

-64%

8,204

+99%

-68%

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santiago (SCL)

40

4,113

x3.3

-27%

8,732

x2.6

-31%

TOTAL

 

4,113

x3.3

-27%

8,732

x2.6

-31%

Dominican Republic (Aerodom) of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saint-Domingue (SDQ)

100

1,257

+22%

+14%

2,401

+39%

+13%

Puerto Plata (POP)

100

140

+69%

-29%

332

x2.3

-39%

Samana (AZS)

100

10

x12.3

-71%

28

x20.3

-73%

La Isabela (JBQ)

100

21

+27%

+0.4%

41

+34%

+4.3%

TOTAL

 

1,428

+27%

+5.0%

2,801

+47%

-0.7%

Serbia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belgrade (BEG)

100

1,393

x2.2

-12%

2,136

x2.3

-18%

TOTAL

 

1,393

x2.2

-12%

2,136

x2.3

-18%


In thousands of passengers

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

YTD June 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

France of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN)

31

2,381

x3.7

-24%

3,833

x3.5

-33%

Nantes Atlantique (NTE)

85

1,717

x3.4

-19%

2,572

x3.4

-24%

Rennes Bretagne (RNS)

49

178

x2.9

-26%

294

x2.8

-30%

Toulon Hyères (TLN)

100

121

+89%

-18%

187

+83%

-26%

Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE)

100

51

x3.3

-59%

91

x3.2

-58%

TOTAL

 

4,497

x3.5

-23%

7,246

x3.5

-31%

Brazil of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salvador (SSA)

100

1,512

+78%

+0.3%

3,339

+50%

-10%

Manaus (MAO)

100

610

+53%

-11%

1,339

+60%

-7.2%

Porto Velho (PVH)

100

170

+33%

-2.1%

376

+35%

-0.7%

Boa Vista (BVB)

100

89

+66%

+8.7%

189

+54%

+13%

Rio Branco (RBR)

100

78

+68%

+3.1%

185

+72%

+7.2%

TOTAL

 

2,505

+66%

-2.3%

5,519

+52%

-7.6%

Costa Rica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guanacaste (LIR)

45

383

+75%

+32%

797

x2.3

+7.8%

TOTAL

 

383

+75%

+32%

797

x2.3

+7.8%

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phnom Penh (PNH)

70

424

x7.9

-71%

598

x4.9

-80%

Siem Reap (REP)

70

42

NA

-95%

60

NA

-97%

Sihanoukville (KOS)

70

9

NA

-98%

13

NA

-98%

TOTAL

 

475

x8.0

-83%

670

x4.9

-89%

United States of America of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orlando-Sanford (SFB)

100

779

+17%

-17%

1,456

+34%

-15%

Hollywood Burbank (BUR)

MC*

1,564

x2.0

+3.9%

2,735

x2.6

-0.0%

Atlantic City (ACY)

MC*

257

-1.7%

-9.8%

473

+22%

-22%

TOTAL

 

2,600

+52%

-4.8%

4,664

+84%

-7.6%


Total VINCI Airports

 

48,531

x3.4

-27.0%

80,100

x3.2

-35.7%

*MC : Management Contract

IV-      Commercial movements per airport


Commercial flights (ATM)

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

YTD June 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

Portugal (ANA) of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lisbon (LIS)

100

52,017

x2.4

-8.6%

90,323

x2.8

-13%

Porto (OPO)

100

24,673

x2.5

-2.1%

40,848

x2.7

-10%

Faro (FAO)

100

17,807

x2.8

-7.3%

24,112

x3.3

-8.8%

Madeira

100

8,285

x2.3

+22%

13,706

x2.4

+7.1%

Azores

100

8,749

+43%

+7.0%

14,153

+42%

+3.7%

TOTAL

 

111,574

x2.4

-4.1%

183,209

x2.6

-9.7%

United Kingdom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gatwick (LGW)

50

61,816

x13.6

-18%

89,143

x13.3

-35%

Belfast (BFS)

100

10,864

x2.6

-19%

19,148

x2.7

-23%

TOTAL

 

72,680

x8.3

-18%

108,291

x7.9

-33%

Japan (Kansai Airports)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kansai (KIX)

40

21,327

+41%

-59%

39,778

+38%

-61%

Itami (ITM)

40

33,510

+52%

-2.4%

63,451

+60%

-7.3%

Kobé (UKB)

40

7,901

+18%

+5.1%

15,289

+25%

+4.6%

TOTAL

 

62,738

+43%

-33%

118,518

+47%

-36%

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Santiago (SCL)

40

26,242

x2.2

-26%

56,546

+92%

-28%

TOTAL

 

26,242

x2.2

-26%

56,546

+92%

-28%

Dominican Republic (Aerodom) of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saint-Domingue (SDQ)

100

11,410

+9.2%

+9.8%

22,507

+18%

+9.2%

Puerto Plata (POP)

100

1,005

+42%

-31%

2,450

+61%

-35%

Samana (AZS)

100

154

+31%

-50%

366

+60%

-54%

La Isabela (JBQ)

100

1,809

-2.0%

-22%

3,588

+0.5%

-27%

TOTAL

 

14,392

+9.3%

-0.6%

28,931

+18%

-4.3%

Serbia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Belgrade (BEG)

100

16,488

+49%

-8.8%

27,703

+58%

-12%

TOTAL

 

16,488

+49%

-8.8%

27,703

+58%

-12%



Commercial flights (ATM)

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

YTD June 2022

% change
2022 / 2021

% change
2022 / 2019

France of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN)

31

23,458

+99%

-28%

40,627

+90%

-34%

Nantes Atlantique (NTE)

85

12,842

x2.5

-30%

20,328

x2.4

-34%

Rennes Bretagne (RNS)

49

2,031

+72%

-44%

3,603

+69%

-46%

Toulon Hyères (TLN)

100

2,831

+28%

-13%

3,993

+27%

-18%

Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE)

100

1,196

+50%

-52%

2,600

+66%

-45%

TOTAL

 

44,759

+98%

-29%

81,534

x2.0

-32%

Brazil of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Salvador (SSA)

100

17,929

+40%

+11%

38,411

+29%

+2.9%

Manaus (MAO)

100

10,452

+31%

+24%

21,501

+27%

+25%

Porto Velho (PVH)

100

4,142

+91%

+92%

7,290

+67%

+56%

Boa Vista (BVB)

100

3,014

x2.6

x4.0

5,221

x2.2

x3.3

Rio Branco (RBR)

100

1,873

+18%

+25%

3,646

+11%

+20%

TOTAL

 

40,939

+46%

+31%

82,485

+34%

+22%

Costa Rica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guanacaste (LIR)

45

4,256

+26%

+26%

9,526

+50%

+18%

TOTAL

 

4,256

+26%

+26%

9,526

+50%

+18%

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phnom Penh (PNH)

70

5,016

x2.1

-62%

8,406

+84%

-69%

Siem Reap (REP)

70

497

NA

-95%

798

NA

-96%

Sihanoukville (KOS)

70

427

NA

-90%

779

NA

-90%

TOTAL

 

5,940

x2.3

-78%

9,983

+98%

-82%

United States of America of which

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orlando-Sanford (SFB)

100

5,236

-6.5%

-26%

10,339

-0.7%

-20%

Hollywood Burbank (BUR)

MC*

30,089

+45%

+0.2%

57,135

+59%

+1.3%

Atlantic City (ACY)

MC*

2,345

+7.5%

+15%

4,272

+25%

+0.1%

TOTAL

 

37,670

+32%

-3.7%

71,746

+44%

-2.5%


Total VINCI Airports

 

437,678

+97.8%

-17.5%

778,472

+95.3%

-23.4%


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