International passenger numbers, excluding Europe, increased by 3.2%, with an 11.3% rise in Asia-P acific traffic, a 7.9% climb in Middle Eastern traffic, 4% upturn in Latin America and a 2.4% rise in African traffic.
P assenger traffic from North America increased 1.4%, following a 5.4% decline in May 2012, while the French Overseas Territories reported a 9.1% decline after a sharp drop in capacity by some airlines.
European traffic excluding France reported a slight rise of 0.6%, while traffic within France declined by 1.9% during June due to a high comparable base, as traffic in June 2011 was 6.3% up.
During June 2012, the number of connecting passengers increased by 6.2% and the connecting rate rose to 23.2%.
The number of aircraft movements across ADP -operated airports declined 0.6% to 62,901 during June.
Since the beginning of 2012, ADP has reported a 2% rise in traffic, handling 42.8 million passengers; the number of connecting passengers increased 6.1% resulting in a 0.9% rise in connecting rate to 24.2% during the period.