Due to a Public Service strike on Thursday 22 March, delays and cancellations are to be expected. Please contact your airline before coming to the airport. Check flights status in real time on our website.


Due to Air France strike action, Friday 23 March, cancellations are expected on Air France flights. Hop! and KLM flights are not impacted. Please check your flight status on Air France’s website or app before coming to the airport.


Wednesday, 7 March, 2018

Traffic at the airport increased by 2.4% in February (667,681 passengers). Activity was disrupted by the cancellation of 137 flights, mainly in Paris, due to adverse weather conditions and a strike. International traffic continued to grow (+8.7%), in contrast to domestic traffic, which was down 3.2%.


Domestic traffic: 340,104 passengers (-3.2%). Traffic with Paris was particularly impacted by bad weather conditions and social unrest: -8.1% for Paris-Orly and -6% for Paris-CDG. Regionally, traffic maintained good growth (+7.8%) with positive results for the vast majority of destinations, including Brest (+36.9%), Nantes (+17.8%) and Rennes (+14.4%).

International traffic: 323,507 passengers (+8.7%). In the Schengen area, regular traffic continued to grow (+10.9%), with significant increases for Lisbon (+195%), Venice (+100.9%), Seville (+47.9%) and Frankfurt (+21.6%). Outside the Schengen area (+6.6%), traffic with London continued to drive growth. Last month, London-Gatwick was the busiest airport (20,094 passengers) ahead of London-Heathrow (18,156 passengers). However, they recorded a decline in traffic compared to February 2017, which benefited London-Stansted (+90.4%, with 16,000 more passengers). Traffic with North Africa increased slightly (+2.1%), with increases for Morocco (+5.1%) and Tunisia (+5.6%), and a drop for Algeria (-3.6%). Charter traffic continued to decline (-18.2%), with 10,854 passengers.


Freight and postal traffic fell by 10.5%, with 5,423 tonnes handled.


The number of movements decreased by 3.1%, with 6,436 movements recorded. The average passenger load per flight increased (113 passengers), higher than that of February 2017 (107 passengers per flight).