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Operation and Mobility Services › Airport development, operation and consulting

Egis is the leading partner for airport development and operation worldwide. With its international footprint, Egis brings acknowledged expertise in airport management, quickly adapting to a diverse range of political and cultural contexts.

Through its dedicated airport subsidiary and its concessions, Egis manages 17 airports in 8 countries spread over four continents, with over 27 million passengers, 270,000 tonnes of freight, 1,500 employees and generating revenues of €441 million in 2015.

Egis operates 17 airports spread across Europe, South America, Africa and Oceania : the platforms of Larnaca and Paphos (Cyprus), Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), Libreville (Gabon), Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo (Congo), Tahiti and its islands (French Polynesia), Campinas (Brazil), Ostend-Bruges and Antwerp (Belgium), Pau-Pyrénées, Brest and Quimper (France).

In the framework of long-term partnerships with relevant authorities, Egis rolls out a strategic development vision for airports, establishing a governance structure with experienced managers and implementing a responsible environmental and social policy. A world leader in consulting and engineering, Egis offers an integrated approach, with multidisciplinary and complementary skills in airside and landside management, operation and development, as well as in sustainable development.

Our expertise

  • Airport management: risk management, HR management, revenue and cost optimisation to deliver financial results and the pursuit of service quality objectives, drawing on our dynamic airport network to share experience and know-how.
  • Airport operation: efficient operating organisation to meet the needs of stakeholders; management of airport activities ensuring the safety and security of people, goods and aircraft; appropriate maintenance solutions including preventive and corrective maintenance of buildings and equipment; operating guarantee in accordance with international standards; technological intelligence to deliver innovative, cutting-edge solutions.
  • Airport marketing:  relations with key players in the market for the development of passenger and freight routes, services, retail and state activities, industrial and services zones
  • Airport development: forward planning to meet future renovation and construction needs, infrastructure optimisation, project arrangement and financing to support airport development, protection of land and social, economic and environmental balance - pillars of sustainable development.

Our vision

  • Client-focused operating and development guidelines
  • Ability to adapt to different contexts and cultures
  • Long-term planning policy- based on the airport as a major development driver
  • New technologies combined with the creative talent of our teams to offer ambitious solutions in line with individual project requirements

Our commitments

  • Reliability in the long term: a concession is first and foremost a partnership with the local authorities and the State. It is more than a set of specifications and must create value for all parties over time. The success of this win-win approach has been demonstrated by the renewal of multiple concessions managed by Egis.
  • Professionalism: a team of senior, experienced airport managers, supported by the Egis expert team and drawing on a deep pool of capabilities, together with  a network of high added-value partners. These ambitious professional standards have achieved successful results in challenging environments.
  • Human resources: Egis has a structured change management policy for local teams and fosters skills transfer with an emphasis on career development and upskilling.
  • Shared returns: rigorous, best practice management combining development capacity, return on investment and financial performance, as well as capital expenditure and public-private partnerships to create value for the concession and the country or region.