VINCI Airports takes over operations at Annecy Mont-Blanc airport

©VINCI Airports is operating Annecy Mont-Blanc airport since January 1, 2022

After signing a public service concession agreement with the Haute-Savoie department last July, VINCI Airports has taken over operations at Annecy Mont-Blanc airport as of January 1. VINCI Airports will now manage and operate the airport for 15 years, bringing its network of French airports up to 12.

VINCI Airports will support business aviation and leisure travel through a €10 million (£8.3 million) investment plan co-funded with the Haute-Savoie department, enabling Annecy Mont-Blanc to renovate its runway, improve the quality of service for passengers and crews through the redevelopment of the business terminal and step up the airport’s environmental transition. Annecy Mont-Blanc airport is taking various measures to significantly decrease its CO2 emissions with the aim of reaching net zero emissions by 2030 at the latest, such as the renovation of the airport terminal, development of a photovoltaic plant, replacement of all lighting with LED bulbs, shift to electric runway vehicles, installation of electric vehicle charging stations and support for light electric aircraft.

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