PM Met With ADP Group's Vice President
Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili met with the Vice President of ADP Group, Edward Orwright. The French company ADP Group bought the shares of Tav Airports and became its owner.
The parties reviewed the prospects of future cooperation and the future development strategy of airports. According to the head of the government, the rapid economic development of the country, as well as the growing dynamics of tourism, create an opportunity to make ambitious plans. Attention was paid to the importance of further improving services at both Tbilisi and Batumi international airports.
The parties spoke about the long-term development plan for Tbilisi International Airport, which is in the final phase. The head of the government told the delegation members the so-called He introduced his opinions regarding the “master plan” and noted that the Georgian government is ready for active cooperation in the future, including in the direction of stimulating new airlines and new routes.
As for the Batumi International Airport development plan, the work in the mentioned direction will be completed in February of this year.
ADP Group manages and operates more than 20 airports on different continents. Airports managed by ADP Group are known for quality services and sustainable development.
ADP Group (l’Aéroport de Paris) was founded in 1945. It aims to offer passengers high-quality hospitality standards and quality travel. ADP Group, together with its partners, builds the airports of the future, based on innovation, sustainable development, and multifunctional and sophisticated services.
ADP Group operates Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in France.