Through its dedicated airport subsidiary and its concessions, Egis manages 17 airports in 7 countries spread over four continents, with over 30 million passengers, 330,000 tonnes of freight and 1,500 employees ( €466 million of turnover in 2019).
Egis is involved in the operation of 17 airports in Europe, South America, Africa and Oceania: Larnaca and Paphos (Cyprus), Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Brazzaville, Pointe-Noire and Ollombo (Congo), Tahiti and three other islands (French Polynesia), Campinas (Brazil), Ostend-Bruges and Antwerp (Belgium), Pau-Pyrénées, Bergerac Dordogne Périgord, Brest and Quimper Bretagne (France). This international experience is a unique asset to succeed in various cultural and political contexts and over the long term.
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 adapted to each project. Egis offers an integrated approach, with multidisciplinary and complementary skills in airside and landside management, operation and development, as well as in sustainable development.
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A concession is above all a partnership with regional authorities and government. Our vision for a concession goes beyond the contract specifications; it’s about long term satisfaction, for the benefit of all parties. The renewal of concessions managed by Egis is evidence of a long-term win-win partnership.
An experienced airport managerial team supported by Egis, combine the best skills from each: generalists, operational staff or experts. Egis selects partners who offer substantial added value. Our high professional standards have led to success in challenging contexts.
Through a structured change management policy, Egis facilitates the transfer of skills, the development of know-how and the professional evolution of local teams.
An optimized and rigorous management provides a realistic development, a return on investment, a solid financial performance and the realization of investments, which contribute to the benefit of the concession and the region.