Egis Conducts Feasibility Studies for Terminal Expansion at Lyon Airport
Egis conducts feasibility studies for the expansion of terminals T1 and T3 at Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (Aéroports de Lyon).
As part of the master plan for infrastructure development, the company Aéroports de Lyon initiated a programme to extend the passenger terminals located in the south part of the airport.
Terminal 1, dedicated to commercial airlines, will accommodate at least five million passengers per year. The recently built terminal 3 dedicated to low-cost airlines accommodates traffic of about 1.5 million passengers per year, almost 20% of the total traffic of the airport. The objective is to increase its capacity to over five million.
The extension of the two terminals represents a total surface of approximately 60,000 m², and the rehabilitation of terminal 1 represents a surface of approximately 23,000 m².
The teams of the aeronautical branch of Egis bring their expertise in the design and layout of the terminals as well as the airside and building equipment. The buildings consultancy teams provide expertise in infrastructure planning and building technic.
The project further illustrates the complementary competencies in airport engineering within the Egis group.