Groupe ADP becomes Official Partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games
Paris, France—Groupe ADP, the world’s leading airport operator, has become an Official Partner of the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Group, which welcomes nearly 90 million passengers each year in Paris, says it will put its expertise in terms of reception at the service of the athletes, the Olympic family and spectators from all over the world.
“This partnership is a proud and meaningful alliance: Paris 2024’s call “Let’s open up the Games” resonates with our mission to welcome the world for the universal celebration that are the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games. During the summer of 2024, France will be the centre of the world. It is in our airports that the Games will begin and will end for many: everyone will make their first and last memories there. This is a magnificent challenge for the entire airport community and for our territories, and a unique opportunity to demonstrate our know-how and commitment to hospitality. Groupe ADP with all its employees, will be there to make Paris 2024 an unforgettable collective success,”saidAugustin de Romanet, Chairman and CEO of Groupe ADP.
Tony Estanguet, President of Paris 2024, welcomed Groupe ADP’s participation as the event’s official partner.
“In just over a year, France will be hosting the world, and Groupe ADP’s know-how and expertise in hospitality will be essential to ensure that the experience of foreign spectators and thousands of athletes gets off to the best possible start. Groupe ADP’s active policy towards people with disabilities is also fully in line with our ambition to take advantage of the first Summer Paralympic Games in France to move our society towards greater inclusion and accessibility. We are committed to deepening our collaboration in this area and in many others, for the success of the Paris 2024 Games. Thank you to Groupe ADP, and welcome to the adventure,” he said.
Paris airports will be the gateways for the 15,000 athletes, the 208 delegations qualified for the Paris 2024 Games, especially the transcontinental ones. From the airports, a large part of the athletes will set off to conquer their victories and dreams, followed by thousands of delegation members, journalists, supporters and spectators.
Along with the entire airport community, more than 5,000 employees of Groupe ADP in Paris are mobilised to put their expertise and sense of welcome at the service of the success of this global event.
Paris 2024 aims to leave a common and lasting legacy for the entire airport community such as the improvement of the quality of rail-air routes within the CDG 2 train station at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport.