Progress in government plans to further privatize Paris airports and the recent decision not to build a new airport near Nantes have thrown French airport policy into the spotlight, as airlines and airport operators debate how best to cater to the country’s evolving capacity needs, with low-cost carriers (LCC) pushing for more capacity and lower charges. The French state holds 50.6% of Groupe ADP, operator of the French capital’s airports: Air France hub Paris ...

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