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    Thierry Mirville appointed Chief Financial Officer of VINCI Construction business line, Christophe Ferrer appointed Director of Group Cash Management and Financing

    Rueil Malmaison, 18 January 2021 Thierry Mirville appointed Chief Financial Officer of VINCI Construction business lineChristophe Ferrer appointed Director of Group Cash Management and Financing Thierry Mirville has been appointed Chief Financial Officer of VINCI Construction, reporting to Pierre Anjolras, member of VINCI’s Executive Committee and Chairman of VINCI Construction business line. A graduate of ESSEC and SciencesPo Paris, Thierry Mirville was appointed VINCI Deputy Chief Financial Officer in 2018, with responsibility for the Cash Management and Financing and Tax departments, after serving as Chief Financial Officer of VINCI Energies. Christophe Ferrer has been appointed Director of VINCI’s Cash Management and Financing department.He will report to Christian Labeyrie, member of VINCI’s Executive Committee, VINCI Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer. He will lead the Cash Management and Financing department and oversee the Tax department. A graduate of HEC, Christophe Ferrer started his career in VINCI’s Investor Relations department and was subsequently appointed financial manager for VINCI Construction major international projects (Qatar, Dominican Republic, Jamaica). He was later given responsibility for international issues with VINCI’s Cash Management and Financing department before joining Eurovia, where he has served as Chief Financial Officer of United Kingdom since 2018. These appointments will take effect on 1 February 2021. About VINCI VINCI is a global player in concessions and contracting, employing 222,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. VINCI’s goal is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, and partners and for society at large. www.vinci.com This press release is an official information document of the VINCI Group. PRESS CONTACT VINCI Press Department Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 31 82 media.relations@vinci.com Attachment CPVINCI_NOMINATION_20210118_VA

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    Issue of new VINCI shares, reserved for group employees in France in the context of its savings plan

    A public limited company (société anonyme) with a share capital of €1,533,798,045.00Registered office: 1, cours Ferdinand de Lesseps92500 Rueil-MalmaisonRegistration number 552 037 806 RCS Nanterrewww.vinci.comShareholders relations department: actionnaires@vinci.com____________________________________ Issue of new VINCI shares,reserved for group employees in France in the context of its savings plan¨ The combined general meeting of shareholders held on 18 June 2020, through its 12th resolution, delegated to the Board of directors its power to make increases in the capital reserved for employees for a period of 26 months expiring on 17 August 2022. The meeting of shareholders defined in this context the manner in which the issue price of the new shares is determined. During its meeting held on 22 October 2020, VINCI Board of directors fixed terms and conditions of a capital increase reserved for group employees in France, this transaction being in keeping with the powers received from the general meeting of shareholders. The maximum number of shares that could be issued and the total amount of the issue will depend on the level of employees’ subscriptions for the units to be issued by the “Castor Relais 2021/1” mutual fund which will be determined at the end of the subscription period which will be opened from 1 January up to 30 April 2021. The issue price of the new shares is equal to 95 % of the average opening prices of the VINCI shares quoted on the regulated market of Euronext Paris SA on the 20 trading days preceding 22 Octobrer 2020, namely €69.66 per new share to be issued. The total number of new shares to be issued cannot exceed the limit prescribed by the general meeting of shareholders held on 18 June 2020 through its 12h resolution. The total number of shares that could be issued pursuant thereto and pursuant to the 13th resolution of the general meeting of shareholders held on 18 June 2020 to promote share ownership in favour of employees living in some foreign countries cannot exceed 1.5% of the number of shares comprising the authorised share capital at the time when the Board makes its decision. The “Castor Relais 2021/1” mutual fund will subscribe for the new VINCI shares to be issued1 at the end of May 2021. Authorization for trading these new shares on the regulated market of Euronext Paris will be required immediately after their issuing. These ordinary shares will be accompanied by no restriction and will bear current dividend rights as from 1st January 2021. Rueil-Malmaison, 30 December 2020 ** ** ¨ Employees will subscribe for this issue, which is reserved for them, through a temporary mutual fund initially and momentarily invested in monetary securities known as “Castor Relais 2021/1” and classified as a euro monetary mutual fund. This mutual fund received the approval of the AMF on 2 November 2020, under no. FCE 2020 0094. It will collect the employees’ cash payments intended to subscribe for the units that it issues. At the end of the 4-month subscription period opened to the employees, this temporary mutual fund will subscribe for the VINCI shares issued according to the total amount of the payments that it collects and will then be absorbed by the “Castor” mutual fund on 2 June 2021. The AMF approved such a merger in advance on 9 November 2020 (under no. 128445). The “Castor” mutual fund is an employee savings and employee shareholder UCITS invested in VINCI shares. It is one of the principal instruments used for the implementation of the VINCI group’s company savings plan in France. 1 Up to the total amount of employees’ payments raised by contributions paid by group companies that are members of its savings plan in France. Attachment Document d'information Castor 2021-1 (english)

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    VINCI Airports – Traffic 2020

    Rueil Malmaison, 14 January 2021 VINCI Airports – Traffic 2020 Passenger traffic down 70% in 2020 as a result of the global health crisis Traffic penalised during the fourth quarter by new confinement measures in Europe Improvement in trends at the end of the year in airports in the Americas and Japan Passenger traffic in the VINCI Airports network was down 70% in 2020, with a total of 76.6 million passengers welcomed, versus 255 million in 20191, due to the global health crisis. This situation is the result of strong travel restrictions put in place across the world to combat the spread of Covid-19. Network airports based in Europe and Asia, where restrictive measures were the most severe, reported sharper falls in traffic (around 72%) than airports in the Americas (around 61%). Passenger traffic saw a rapid uptick in countries, such as the Dominican Republic, that lifted restrictions, reflecting still strong demand for mobility. Salvador airport (Brazil), Sanford Orlando (USA), Itami and Kobe (Japan) have also benefitted from some recovery in domestic travel starting in the summer of 2020. In Europe, the gradual uptick in traffic was cut short by the new restrictions put in place in the autumn. Faced with this unprecedented crisis, network airports responded proactively by rapidly putting the required hygiene and health measures in place, in close collaboration with local authorities. Innovative projects were launched in 2020, such as MONA in Lyon, which offers a fully contactless journey through the airport thanks to use of biometrics. Quality of service at Lisbon airport was recognised by the ACI Best Airport Award, a first for a Portuguese airport. VINCI Airports continued to develop, despite the pandemic: At London Gatwick, Wizz Air will open a new base in 2021, while EasyJet will add four more airplanes to its base, taking its offering at the airport to 107 destinations in 28 countries;In Portugal, EasyJet has announced opening of an operating base in Faro in the summer of 2021, a sign of its confidence in the country's potential;In the United States, VINCI Airports' management contract for terminals E and F in the Atlanta airport was renewed and the operating contract for the Hollywood Burbank airport in California was extended for another 10 years. 2020: sharp fall in traffic due to Covid-19 In Europe: Passenger traffic in VINCI airports in Portugal fell 69.6% in 2020 on the preceding year. After an uptick during the summer season, it was penalised in the fourth quarter by the new restrictions imposed in France, the United Kingdom and Germany in particular. In the UK passenger numbers fell sharply in 2020 (down 78.2% at London Gatwick and 72.2% in Belfast compared to 2019), due to the quarantine rules imposed in the country. Traffic remained very weak in the fourth quarter, due to the new lockdown from the start of November. Passenger traffic fell 68.2% in France. Stronger summer demand in the third quarter was cut short at the end of the year due to the second lockdown put in place from early November to mid-December, although traffic picked up during the end-of-year holidays. Passenger traffic at Belgrade airport in Serbia was down 69.1%. After an improvement in passenger numbers in the third quarter, the rise in Covid-19 infections led to a gradual fall in traffic at the end of the year. In Asia: Passenger numbers fell 69.4% in Japan over the full year. Trends in domestic traffic, boosted by the government "Go To Travel" campaign, improved, limiting the fall in traffic in the Itami and Kobe airports to 44% in the fourth quarter. Conversely, international traffic remained very weak throughout the year due to restrictions on entry into Japan. The very strict entry requirements in force in Cambodia, particularly from China, sharply penalised passenger traffic, which was down 81.3% over the full year. Fourth-quarter traffic remained very weak. In the Americas: In Brazil, essentially domestic traffic at the Salvador airport continued to build on the recovery initiated in the summer at the end of the year (down 32.1% in December). Overall, traffic dropped 49.9% since the beginning of 2020. We might point out that the airport became one of the GOL airline's hubs in July. The company's seat capacity in the last fortnight of 2020 was 13% higher than the same period in 2019. In the Dominican Republic, traffic was down 56.1% over the year. The trend improved from the third quarter thanks to less restrictive entry rules, with a fall of 52.4% in the fourth quarter. It benefitted from strong demand from the United States and Europe, since the Dominican Republic is one of the few leisure destinations accessible without restrictions from these two regions. In Chile, passenger numbers at Santiago Airport, down 65.5% over the full year, moved into a positive trend at the end of the year thanks to partial lifting of travel restrictions. Alongside domestic traffic, regional flights to Colombia and - to a lesser extent - Spain are contributing to this slight improvement. In the United States, passenger numbers at the Orlando-Sanford airport were down 53.0% in 2020 compared to 2019 (down 50.1% in the fourth quarter). Domestic traffic remained relatively strong in the United States, whereas international borders were globally closed. The airline Allegiant, very active in Orlando, maintained close to 75% of its 2019 fourth-quarter capacities in the same period of 2020. In Costa Rica, full-year passenger numbers were down 60.8% in 2020. After a third quarter with virtually no traffic, the lifting of travel restrictions as of November 1st allowed a gradual recovery in the fourth quarter. In thousands of passengers*Q4 2020% change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019FY 2020% change FY 2020 / FY 2019 VINCI Airports13,889-76.6%76,580-70.0% Portugal (ANA)3,042-77.0%17,968-69.6% United-Kingdom929-92.0%11,913-77.5% Japan (Kansai Airports)3,712-70.8%15,849-69.4% Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)1,628-72.5%8,514-65.5% France1,021-78.5%6,805-68.2% Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)115-95.9%2,170-81.3% United States of America921-65.7%4,034-61.0% Brazil1,279-40.0%3,900-49.9% Serbia418-70.3%1,904-69.1% Dominican Republic (Aerodom)669-52.4%2,475-56.1% Sweden104-80.0%568-75.0% Costa Rica 51-80.6%480-60.8% *100% data estimated as of 14 January 2021. About VINCI Airports VINCI Airports, as the leading private airport operator in the world, manages the development and operation of 45 airports located in Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, France, Japan, Portugal, Serbia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Served by more than 250 airlines, VINCI Airports' network handled 255 million passengers in 2019. Through its expertise as a comprehensive integrator, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports, leveraging its investment capability and know-how to optimise the management and performance of existing airport infrastructure, facility extensions and modernisation projects. In 2019, its annual revenue for managed activities amounted to €4.9 billion, for a consolidated revenue of €2.6 billion. www.vinci-airports.com About VINCI VINCI is a global player in concessions and contracting, employing 222,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. VINCI’s goal is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, and partners and for society at large. www.vinci.com Appendix – Passenger traffic and commercial aircraft movements at 31 December 2020 I- Passenger numbers by airport In thousands of passengersVINCI Airports share (%)Q4 2020% change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019FY 2020% change FY 2020 / FY 2019Portugal (ANA) of which Lisbon (LIS)1001,486-79.8%9,261-70.3%Porto (OPO)100751-75.4%4,433-66.2%Faro (FAO)100374-76.2%2,207-75.5%Madeira100245-67.5%1,172-65.2%Azores100186-61.7%896-63.6%TOTAL 3,042-77.0%17,968-69.6% United Kingdom Gatwick (LGW)50705-93.2%10,165-78.2%Belfast (BFS)100224-83.0%1,748-72.2%TOTAL 929-92.0%11,913-77.5% Japan (Kansai Airports) Kansai (KIX)40871-88.5%6,556-79.5%Itami (ITM)402,352-44.4%7,669-53.6%Kobé (UKB)40489-44.3%1,625-51.7%TOTAL 3,712-70.8%15,849-69.4% Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel) Santiago (SCL)401,628-72.5%8,514-65.5%TOTAL 1,628-72.5%8,514-65.5% France Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN) 31543-79.8%3,564-69.7%Nantes Atlantique (NTE)85372-76.8%2,328-67.8%Saint-Nazaire Montoir (SNR)850-94.8%4-78.8%Rennes Bretagne (RNS)4946-75.1%257-69.9%Dinard Bretagne (DNR)491-93.5%19-80.6%Grenoble Alpes Isère (GNB)1001-96.8%208-32.5%Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc (CMF)1001-96.6%106-48.4%Toulon Hyères (TLN)10040-56.8%206-59.4%Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE)10016-83.9%115-73.4%TOTAL 1,021-78.5%6,805-68.2% In thousands of passengersVINCI Airports share (%)Q4 2020% change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019FY 2020% change FY 2020 / FY 2019Cambodia (Cambodia Airports) Phnom Penh (PNH)7098-93.6%1,331-77.9%Siem Reap (REP)700-99.9%619-84.2%Sihanoukville (KOS)7017-95.3%221-86.9%TOTAL 115-95.9%2,170-81.3% United States of America of which Orlando-Sanford (SFB)100393-50.1%1,544-53.0%Hollywood Burbank (BUR)MC*437-73.0%2,039-65.5%Atlantic City (ACY)MC*90-67.6%451-60.3% TOTAL 921-65.7%4,034-61.0% Brazil Salvador (SSA)1001,279-40.0%3,900-49.9%TOTAL 1,279-40.0%3,900-49.9% Serbia Belgrade (BEG)100418-70.3%1,904-69.1%TOTAL 418-70.3%1,904-69.1% Dominican Republic (Aerodom) of which Saint-Domingue (SDQ)100603-49.2%2,015-55.4%Puerto Plata (POP)10047-71.6%357-58.6%Samana (AZS)1001-97.9%56-67.3%La Isabela (JBQ)10019-15.9%47-43.9%TOTAL 669-52.4%2,475-56.1% Sweden Stockholm Skavsta (NYO)90104-80.0%568-75.0%TOTAL 104-80.0%568-75.0% Costa Rica Guanacaste (LIR)4551-80.6%480-60.8%TOTAL 51-80.6%480-60.8% *MC : Management Contract Total VINCI Airports 13,889-76.6%76,580-70.0% II- Commercial movements by airports Commercial flights (ATM)VINCI Airports share (%)Q4 2020% change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019FY 2020% change FY 2020 / FY 2019Portugal (ANA) incl. Lisbon (LIS)10018,318-65.2%86,843-60.1%Porto (OPO)1008,834-61.9%41,983-56.5%Faro (FAO)1004,972-53.2%22,520-61.7%Madeira1003,203-46.9%12,432-52.3%Azores1004,788-17.9%18,406-37.6%TOTAL 40,131-59.2%182,268-57.5% United Kingdom London Gatwick (LGW)507,702-87.8%76,366-72.8%Belfast (BFS)1005,816-46.6%21,826-55.6%TOTAL 13,518-81.7%98,192-70.2% Japan (Kansai Airports) Kansai (KIX)4016,307-68.0%83,420-59.7%Itami (ITM)4026,121-24.3%96,215-30.5%Kobé (UKB)407,447-16.6%26,247-16.4%TOTAL 49,875-47.1%205,882-45.3% Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel) Santiago (SCL)4014,696-60.2%62,686-60.1%TOTAL 14,696-60.2%62,686-60.1% France Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN) 3110,552-63.0%49,442-59.6%Nantes Atlantique (NTE)854,399-69.3%23,299-63.1%Saint-Nazaire Montoir (SNR)85236-43.3%919-44.3%Rennes Bretagne (RNS)49946-69.3%4,176-68.4%Dinard Bretagne (DNR)4982-62.2%653-48.2%Grenoble Alpes Isère (GNB)100188-70.1%2,929-24.3%Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc (CMF)100469-60.9%4,825-29.6%Toulon Hyères (TLN)1001,109-42.2%6,105-45.1%Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE)100889-59.4%3,891-57.4%TOTAL 18,870-63.2%96,239-58.6% Commercial flights (ATM)VINCI Airports share (%)Q4 2020% change Q4 2020 / Q4 2019FY 2020% change FY 2020 / FY 2019Cambodia (Cambodia Airports) Phnom Penh (PNH)702,550-83.1%18,346-67.2%Siem Reap (REP)7069-99.3%7,751-80.5%Sihanoukville (KOS)70271-93.8%3,151-82.3%TOTAL 2,890-90.1%29,248-74.3% United States of America incl. Orlando-Sanford (SFB)1004,055-29.4%15,989-34.4%Hollywood Burbank (BUR)MC*31,488-17.1%106,805-27.1%Atlantic City (ACY)MC*1,035-48.3%4,641-42.8%TOTAL 36,578-20.0%127,435-28.8% Brazil Salvador (SSA)10015,857-25.3%49,574-36.7%TOTAL 15,857-25.3%49,574-36.7% Serbie Belgrade (BEG)1008,198-49.7%33,622-52.2%TOTAL 8,198-49.7%33,622-52.2% Dominican Republic (Aerodom) incl. Saint-Domingue (SDQ)1006,978-38.9%23,976-44.6%Puerto Plata (POP)100595-52.1%2,862-53.9%Samana (AZS)10094-63.0%507-61.5%La Isabela (JBQ)1001,759-24.5%5,840-38.7%TOTAL 9,436-38.3%33,255-45.1% Sweden Stockholm Skavsta (NYO)901,017-69.7%4,820-66.0%TOTAL 1,017-69.7%4,820-66.0% Costa Rica Guanacaste (LIR)451,090-65.5%5,554-60.2%TOTAL 1,090-65.5%5,554-60.2% *MC : Management Contract Total VINCI Airports 212,156-56.6%928,775-54.8% 1 Estimated data (100%) on 14 January 2021. 2019 data including full-year traffic in the airports. This press release is an official information document of the VINCI Group. PRESS CONTACT VINCI Press Department Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 31 82 media.relations@vinci.com Attachment CPVINCI_traficAirports2020_20210214_VA