Orly Airport reopens, but return to normal still years away

onboard the first flight to depart from Orly Airport on Friday June 26
The Transavia France crew onboard the first flight to depart from Orly Airport on Friday June 26. Nathalie Stubler / Twitter

The head of a major airport operator that manages three of Paris’ international airports including Orly has warned that a return to normal for the aviation industry could take years.

Augustin de Romanet, The CEO of Groupe ADP which also manages airports Charles de Gaulle and Le Bourget, welcomed the reopening of Orly Airport Friday June 26, while stating that a full return to normal “could occur between 2023 and 2025”, 

“The return to normal of significant international traffic... is not for tomorrow”, he said in an interview with ...

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