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Positioned as major stakeholders in their fields, our partners leverage their expertise and infrastructures to support the development of new ecosystems. From aerospace to mobility, energy, or healthcare, they work with us to select innovative solutions from around the world and design new services for the short and long term.


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  • Air France

    Since 1933, Air France has been promoting and highlighting France throughout the world. With an activity divided between passenger transport, cargo transport and aeronautical maintenance, Air France is a major air transport player. More than 42,000 staff that make up its workforce are committed on a daily basis to offering each customer a unique travel experience.

    Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Transavia make up the Air France-KLM Group. The leading group in terms of intercontinental traffic on departure from Europe, Air France-KLM is a major player in the global air transport industry.

  • Airbus

    As a proven leader in the global aerospace sector, Airbus designs, produces and delivers innovative solutions with the aim to create a better-connected, safer and more prosperous world.


    These cutting-edge products and services – which span the commercial aircraft, helicopter, defense, security, and space segments – benefit from our wide-ranging expertise and continued emphasis on innovation.


    Innovation has always been a driving force at Airbus, which promotes cutting-edge technologies and scientific excellence to contribute to global progress. Through its predecessor companies, Airbus pioneered many of the technologies that helped conquer the skies and are now part of everyday life.

  • Groupe ADP

    Groupe ADP is a world leader in airport design, construction and operations. Its activities cover the airport overall value chain, spanning across aeronautical activities, real estate development, upstream studies in engineering, master planning and design, commissioning and operation of complex infrastructure and other activities related to security and telecommunication.

    In terms of assets, Groupe ADP has a unique position in Europe via its integrated airports system, including three airports under the Paris Aéroport banner which are Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly, and Paris-LeBourget, in addition to one heliport and ten civil aviation aerodromes in the Paris region.

    With two partners – GMR airports and TAV airports – Groupe ADP manages the first airport network in the world, being active in 125 airports in 50 countries and operating directly or indirectly a network of 29 airports worldwide.

  • Paris Region

    Paris Region is a driving force for French employment and growth, both in terms of its economic weight and its influence. As the leading economic region in Europe and the third-largest urban economy in the world, behind Tokyo and New York, Paris Region is a hotbed for innovation due to its concentration of 40% of France's R&D activities. By and large, Paris Region benefits from a great international appeal.


    Paris Region is active in most of the areas that affect the daily lives of its 12 million residents: transport, education, economic development, environment, etc. In an area that covers only 2% of France but is home to 18% of the country’s population and nearly 30% of the national GDP, Paris Region is implementing a development policy that places the environment at the heart of its priorities. It is investing 10 billion euros towards it. The launch of an innovative Airport Hub in Paris Region is therefore fully in line with its policy in terms of attractiveness and economic development.

  • RATP Group

    Present in 13 countries, across four continents, the RATP Group is a global leader in urban mobility. On a daily basis, their 65,000 employees work round-the-clock to develop, operate, maintain and modernise innovative public transport systems, and to meet the mobility needs of travelers.


    The RATP Group operates daily eight means of transport (metro, tram, urban and inter-urban buses, regional trains, sightseeing, maritime shuttles, cable transport and transport on demand), and is also present, in partnership, on the new mobility chain on four other modes (autonomous shuttles, electric scooter, carpooling and car sharing). The RATP Group offers reliable and connected mobility solutions for smart, sustainable cities.