Paris Beauvais Airport is now France’s 10th busiest airport. Managed and operated by SAGEB, it is a human scale infrastructure that is constantly being upgraded.
Since the liberalisation of air transport in the European Union in 1997, the number of passengers passing through the airport has not stopped increasing, going from 78,000 passengers in 1996 to 3,983,250 in 2019.
The number of flights has grown from 4,366 in 2001 to 23,979 in 2019. The number of passengers per airplane has grown from 97 in 2001 to 166 in 2019.
This development has been accompanied by a permanent improvement of the airport, giving passengers the best possible service quality.
Nine airlines operate regular flights from the airport:
Paris Beauvais Airport serves more than 80 destinations in 29 countries, and new routes are regularly added.
With a perimeter of about 12 km, the airport covers 230 hectares. It has 12 airplane parking areas located on 55,000 m2.
It has two runways: a 12-30 runway of 2,430 m x 45 m, and a 04-22 runway of 708 m x 18 m. Runway 12-30 is equipped with instrument landing system ILS category III in threshold 12 and ILS category I in threshold 30.
Paris Beauvais Airport’s size allows for a comfortable flow of passengers and the optimization of the time they spend at the airport: waiting times are shorter, baggage delivery is immediate upon arrival, and shuttles to/from Paris are scheduled for each flight.
Paris Beauvais Airport is also able to offer quick stops (25 minutes for the A320 and B738) and short taxiing times (5 minutes maximum). It thus ensures flight punctuality which is nearly 10 points higher than the national average, and can maximize avoidance of flight cancelations due to local weather conditions.
Both Paris Beauvais Airport terminals are versatile for Schengen and non-Schengen Areas. 2,000 m2 are dedicated to a variety of restaurants and shops. For optimal passenger movement in the airport, a pedestrian link connects Terminals 1 and 2.
Paris Beauvais Airport is served by several transport modes: