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Subsidiaries



Three business divisions characterize the subsidiaries and holdings of Aéroports de Paris.



Three business divisions characterize the subsidiaries and holdings of Aéroports de Paris.


Groupe Alyzia
Groupe Alyzia
  • The Alyzia Group provides support services, mainly on the runway, for the Aéroports de Paris ground handling division. It also provides safety services and is developing security training courses.
AirportSmart
AirportSmart
  • Born of an alliance between Aéroports de Paris, British Airports Authority (BAA) and Copenhagen Airport, AirportSmart is a joint-venture under English law, in conformance with European Directive 2004/17.
  • Objective: to facilitate relations between buyers and suppliers in the airport world, through Internet technology, and to encourage shared purchasing projects between airports.
  • www.airportsmart.com
French Centre for Airport Fire-crew Training - C2FPA
  •  Aéroports de Paris and 45 airport managers got together in 2003 within the scope of C2FPA to create and manage an approved centre for the training of airport fire-crews. This came into service in 2004 at Châteauroux.


Services


Hub télécom
Hub télécom
  • Hub télécom offers a wide range of telecommunications solutions for complex sites: telephony services, data transfer, airport radio communication etc.

Société de Distribution Aéroportuaire - SDA
  • The role of SDA is the planning, operation and development of shopping areas within the terminal buildings of Terminal 2 of Paris-Charles de Gaulle.

Roissy Sogaris et GIE Roissy Pôle
  • SCI Roissy Sogaris manages and develops the Aéroports de Paris air freight logistics centre which includes a stock of premises for rent with 9,400 m2 of offices and 32,900 m2 of warehouses. GIE Roissy Pôle is the owner of a collection of office real estate at Paris-Charles de Gaulle.



International

Aéroports de Paris designs, develops and manages numerous airport platforms around the world. On the strength of this experience, the Group has divided its range of offers into four specializations, to offer airports throughout the world direct access to a unique package of airport services.


ADPi
ADPI
  • For more than 40 years, the highly qualified teams of ADPI have provided their services of design, architecture and engineering in more than 80 countries. The company has been ISO 9001 certified since 2003.

Aéroports de Paris Management
Aéroports de Paris Management
  • Aéroports de Paris Management manages the holdings in airports outside France and the contracts for exported management and technical support.


Hub télécom
Hub télécom
  • Hub telecom not only operates on airport platforms in France, including in particular Paris-Orly and Paris-Charles de Gaulle, but is also keen to develop its international business by establishing itself as THE telecoms operator for complex sites.