domestic flights are down 84.4% over June and intra-european flights of 95%, according to the ADP group.
The commercial air traffic has reached, in Paris, in the month of June to 6.8% in the level of a year ago, but Orly airports, reopened at the end of the month, and Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) recorded three times more passengers than in may, announced ADP group on Wednesday.
The traffic of Paris Airport is down 93.2% compared to the month of June 2019 with 677 899 passengers welcomed, said the manager in a press release. They were only 204 402 in the month of may.
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domestic flights are down 84.4% over June and intra-european flights of 95%. The Schengen countries have lifted the restrictions of movement between member States as of 15 June.
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The international traffic (excluding Europe) was also strongly affected in June, with a drop of 94.5% compared to last year. The traffic with the overseas territories, where bonds are held in the name of territorial continuity, has been in decline of 80.8%.
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Since the beginning of the year, the traffic of the ADP Group is down 57.5 %, with a total of 48.2 million passengers welcomed. The total traffic of the ADP Group is in decrease of 87.9 % compared to June 2019, with 2.8 million passengers welcomed in the entire network of more than twenty airports managed by the group in the world.
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In France, ADP group has decided to engage in negotiations with the unions to adapt to a reduced activity in the coming years due to the crisis due to the coronavirus, with the aim to avoid any forced departure.