Our international activities are mainly focused on strengthening Mainport Schiphol and Royal Schiphol Group as an enterprise. They also allow us to share knowledge and gain experience with other business models, processes and circumstances. Our international participations represent an important contribution to the group's results. Royal Schiphol Group has a share in and/or collaborates closely with the following international airports.
Groupe ADP, France
In 2008, Schiphol Group began a strategic collaboration with Groupe ADP (Aéroports de Paris). Among others, they own the three main airports in Paris: Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget.
A long-term collaboration agreement with Groupe ADP is in place, in which we have agreed to work together in a variety of areas. We also have an 8% cross-participation in one another. In addition to mutual shareholding, both the CEO and the CFO of Royal Schiphol Group are on the Board of Directors of Groupe ADP. In turn, Groupe ADP has a representative on the Supervisory Board of Royal Schiphol Group.
Brisbane Airport Corporation, Australia
Schiphol Group has an 18.7% share in Brisbane Airport Corporation, the organisation responsible for running Brisbane Airport.
Royal Schiphol Group's influence is evident in a number of ways. For example, we have rights to appoint members of the Board of Directors and rights to block key strategic and financial decisions. But our collaboration and exchange arrangements with Brisbane Airport are also important.
JFKIAT, United States
Royal Schiphol Group has been actively involved in the development, expansion and operation of Terminal 4 of JFK International Airport since 1997.
International Airport Reina Beatrix, Aruba
Royal Schiphol Group has a contract with Reina Beatrix Aruba Airport for the provision of management and technological support.
Seoul Airport Incheon, South Korea
Royal Schiphol Group is engaged in a strategic collaboration with Seoul Airport Incheon. This collaboration centres around the exchange of knowledge relating to baggage systems, digital cargo flows and specific preferences of Asian customers.