Groupe ADP, which manages Paris airports, is preparing for the consultation phase of a major capacity expansion program at Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport. Terminal 4 is being designed to enable CDG to cope with continuing passenger traffic growth, adding a capacity of 35-40 million passengers. Construction works would be spread over 2021-2037, with a partial opening in 2028. The plan does not involve any additional runway, as the current four are believed to be able to accommodate ...

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