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Earnings DateJul 31, 2020
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  • Quarterly information at 30 September 2020
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    Quarterly information at 30 September 2020

    Rueil Malmaison, 20 October 2020, 5.45pmQuarterly information at 30 September 2020 * Revenue for the first nine months of the year: €30.8 billion (down 12%) * Most business lines returning to normal in the third quarter after being hit hard in the second quarter by lockdowns in France and many other countries * Contracting: close to full capacity in the three business lines (VINCI Energies, Eurovia and VINCI Construction)  * VINCI Autoroutes: limited decline in traffic levels compared with 2019 * VINCI Airports: slightly positive summer development in passenger numbers, interrupted in September due to the renewed spread of the pandemic * Contracting order book remained at an all-time high of €42.8 billion (up 15%), due to firm order intake in major projects * Sharp year-on-year decline in debt levels; very strong liquidity * 2020 outlook: earnings expected to fall significantly; confidence in the Group’s ability to bounce back in 2021 Consolidated revenue           First nine months 2020/2019 change (in € millions) 2020 2019 Actual Like-for-like1 Concessions 4,515 6,493 -30.5% -33.2% VINCI Autoroutes 3,526 4,288 -17.8% -17.8% VINCI Airports 818 1,965 -58.4% -63.4% Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium) 171 240 -28.6% -27.4% Contracting 25,990 28,073 -7.4% -8.5% VINCI Energies 9,586 9,800 -2.2% -6.3% Eurovia 6,894 7,465 -7.7% -7.2% VINCI Construction 9,511 10,808 -12.0% -11.5% VINCI Immobilier 749 811 -7.6% -7.6% Eliminations and adjustments (476) (520)     VINCI Group total2 30,778 34,857 -11.7% -13.2% of which:              France 16,300 19,298 -15.5% -16.0%              International 14,478 15,559 -6.9% -9.8%       Europe excl. France 8,805 9,454 -6.9% -12.8%       International excl. Europe 5,673 6,105 -7.1% -4.8%           Change in motorway traffic at VINCI Autoroutes -21.2% -0.3%     Change in VINCI Airports passenger numbers3 -67.9% +6.8%     Order intake (in € billions) 33.3 31.9 +4%   Order book4 (in € billions) 42.8 37.3 +15%   Net financial debt4 (in € billions) (20.8) (23.2) +2.4   Liquidity4 (in € billions) 18.5 14.4 +4.1   I.          Consolidated key figuresVINCI’s revenue in the third quarter of 2020 amounted to €12.3 billion, down only 6.4% on an actual basis (down 6.7% like-for-like) compared with the third quarter of 2019. After a second quarter in which business levels were hit hard by lockdowns in France and many other countries, these figures show a clear improvement in the trend and show that most of VINCI’s operations, in France and abroad, are returning to normal. Consolidated revenue in the first nine months of 2020 came to €30.8 billion5, down 11.7% on an actual basis compared with the year-earlier period (down 13.2% in organic terms, with a 2.0% positive impact from changes in the consolidation scope and a 0.5% negative impact from exchange-rate movements). * In France (53% of the total), where business levels were particularly badly affected at the height of the public health crisis in the second quarter, nine-month revenue was €16.3 billion, down 15.5% on an actual basis or down 16.0% like-for-like. * Outside France (47% of the total), revenue was €14.5 billion, down 6.9% on an actual basis or 9.8% like-for-like. Changes in scope, which boosted revenue by 4%, mainly concerned London Gatwick airport (integrated in May 2019) and VINCI Energies’ most recent acquisitions. Exchange-rate movements had a 1.1% negative impact, as many currencies fell against the euro.Order intake in the Contracting business in the first nine months of 2020 totalled €33.3 billion, 4% more than in the first nine months of 2019. That increase was driven by several major contract wins in Europe, including two works packages on the HS2 rail project in the United Kingdom, a contract for The Link building in Paris La Défense (Total’s future head office), several works packages on the Grand Paris Express project and preparatory work on Avrieux shafts for the Lyon-Turin rail line. VINCI also won two major contracts in Canada, one to rehabilitate the Louis-Hippolyte-La Fontaine tunnel in Montreal and one to build the southern segment of the West Calgary Ring Road. However, as a result of the electoral timetable, order intake has slowed for small and medium-sized projects in France in the last few months.The order book amounted to €42.8 billion at 30 September 2020, up 15% year-on-year. It represented 14 months of average business activity in the Contracting business, as opposed to 12 months at end-September 2019. International business made up 59% of the order book (57% at end-September 2019).  II.          Revenue by business line (first nine months of 2020) * CONCESSIONS: €4,515 million (down 30.5% actual; down 33.2% like-for-like)VINCI Autoroutes: €3,526 million (down 17.8% both actual and like-for-like)After falling 52% in the second quarter of 2020 because of travel limitations imposed in France, traffic levels recovered strongly in the third quarter, limiting the year-on-year contraction to 4.3%. Heavy-vehicle traffic was resilient with a decline of only 1.6%, while light-vehicle traffic was down 4.7%. During the summer, intra-European traffic was affected by a lack of co-ordination between the various countries in terms of public health policy.Traffic levels in the first nine months of 2020 were down 21.2% year-on-year (down 23.1% for light vehicles and down 8.8% for heavy vehicles).VINCI Airports: €818 million (down 58.4% actual; down 63.4% like-for-like)The gradual reopening of borders in the Schengen area from 15 June and the loosening of travel restrictions in many countries allowed passenger numbers to recover steadily during the summer period. Airports with significant exposure to tourist, family and domestic travel benefited most from this, particularly in Portugal and France. However, the slight positive trend came to an end in September because of new restrictions to tackle the renewed spread of Covid-19. Business travel remains, at this stage, very limited.Passenger numbers in the third quarter of 2020 were down 79.1% year-on-year, with a total of 15 million across the 45 airports in the VINCI Airports network. In the first nine months of the year, passenger numbers fell by 67.9% compared with the same period in 2019.Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium): €171 million (down 28.6% actual; down 27.4% like-for-like)Other concessions included in the consolidated revenue figure mainly relate to the following companies: Lima Expresa6; Gefyra (Rion-Antirion bridge in Greece); Mesea (maintenance work on the Tours-Bordeaux high-speed rail line) and VINCI Stadium. The pandemic continued to affect these companies’ business levels in the third quarter (revenue down 22.7%), but less badly than in the previous quarter (down 57.5%).·CONTRACTING: €25,990 million (down 7.4% actual; down 8.5% like-for-like)VINCI Energies: €9,586 million (down 2.2% actual; down 6.3% like-for-like)VINCI Energies’ revenue rose 1% in the third quarter of 2020, supported by its most recent acquisitions, which have mainly been in Europe. The like-for-like decline in revenue was limited to 3% after a 15% drop in the second quarter, confirming that business levels are returning to normal at VINCI Energies, which is showing its resilience in particularly tough economic conditions. In France (44% of the total), revenue was €4,170 million in the first nine months of the year, down 6.8% on an actual basis or down 8.0% like-for-like. The strong post-lockdown recovery took business levels in the third quarter close to the previous year. Outside France (56% of the total), revenue was €5,415 million in the first nine months, up 1.6% on an actual basis or down 4.8% like-for-like. Business growth in Europe offset the contraction in other international markets, with VINCI Energies experiencing occasional difficulties in the United States, in Southeast Asia (Singapore and Indonesia) and in Brazil. VINCI Energies’ order intake was stable year-on-year in the first nine months of 2020. The order book amounted to €10.2 billion, up 8% over 12 months. It represented nine months of VINCI Energies’ average business activity.Eurovia: €6,894 million (down 7.7% actual; down 7.2% like-for-like)Upturn in revenue in the third quarter (down 1% like-for-like as opposed to a 19% decline in the second quarter). In France, the resumption in on-site activity began in mid-April and accelerated in May. That trend continued in the third quarter. Outside France, business levels remained buoyant in most of Eurovia’s countries. In France (50% of the total), revenue was €3,444 million in the first nine months of 2020, down 15.5% on an actual basis or 15.8% like-for-like, after worksites shut down almost completely during lockdown. Outside France (50% of the total), revenue was €3,450 million in the first nine months, up 1.8% on an actual basis or 3.3% like-for-like. Even at the peak of the public health crisis, business activity continued in most of Eurovia’s countries. Revenue even rose in the United States, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic and – excluding currency effects – Chile. Revenue was stable in Germany but fell in Canada, Poland and Slovakia. Eurovia’s order intake fell 12% year-on-year in the first nine months of 2020, with the post-electoral situation in France not conducive to starting new projects. The order book amounted to €8.4 billion, up 1% over 12 months. It represented more than 10 months of Eurovia’s average business activity, the same as at end-September 2019.VINCI Construction: €9,511 million (down 12.0% actual; down 11.5% like-for-like)The resumption in worksite activity accelerated in the third quarter (revenue down 1% like-for-like as opposed to 28% in the second quarter), particularly in France, where business levels were hit hard during lockdown. That resumption took shape more quickly on public works sites than on building sites, due to constraints related to social distancing rules.In France (49% of the total), revenue was €4,655 million in the first nine months of 2020, down 19.4% on an actual basis or down 19.9% like-for-like. Almost all worksites shut down on 17 March, when France’s lockdown began, before reopening gradually from late April.Outside France (51% of the total), revenue was €4,856 million in the first nine months, with the decline limited to 3.5% on an actual basis or 1.7% like-for-like. Business conditions varied fairly widely between business lines and geographical zones, depending on decisions taken by the local health authorities. Revenue rose in North America and Central Europe, but fell in Asia, Oceania and to a lesser extent the United Kingdom. Revenue in the Major Projects division was boosted by the build-up of several large recently-won projects, offsetting the slight fall in business levels at Soletanche Freyssinet. VINCI Construction’s order intake rose 20% year-on-year in the first nine months of 2020. The order book reached a record-high level of €24.2 billion, up 25% over 12 months. It represented 21 months of VINCI Construction’s average business activity (versus 16 months at end-September 2019).VINCI Immobilier: €749 million (down 7.6% both actual and like-for-like)VINCI Immobilier’s consolidated revenue fell 8.2% in the third quarter. This represented an improvement on the 29% decline in the second quarter, when revenue suffered from the shutdown of building sites for more than a month. In the first nine months of the year, revenue fell 8% to €749 million. During the same period, the number of homes reserved in France, including those of the Urbat subsidiary, fell 37% to 3,125. In the third quarter, the decline was limited to 11%. III.          Financial position Consolidated net financial debt at 30 September 2020 amounted to €20.8 billion, down €2.4 billion over 12 months and down €0.8 billion since the beginning of the year.VINCI has maintained a very strong liquidity position. At 30 September 2020, liquidity amounted to €18.5 billion (€14.4 billion at end-September 2019), comprising: 1. Managed net cash of €6.6 billion (€5.1 billion at 30 September 2019), resulting from good operational cash control during the period; 2. €0.6 billion of commercial paper issued (€1.3 billion at 30 September 2019); 3. Unused confirmed bank credit facilities totalling €11.3 billion, including €8.0 billion due to expire in November 2024 and an additional €3.3 billion credit facility arranged in the spring for a renewable term of six months. Since its cash position remains very strong, VINCI has decided not to extend this latter credit facility from October 2020.  IV.          Outlook (barring any further adverse pandemic-related developments and excluding exceptional events)VINCI is confirming the full-year forecasts presented when it published its first-half financial statements: * VINCI Autoroutes: a 15-20% contraction in traffic levels compared with 2019; * Contracting: a 5-10% fall in revenue and a 150-200 basis point decline in Ebit margin compared with 2019.             For VINCI Airports, whereas the Group previously expected the fall in passenger numbers to be around 65% compared with 2019, September’s introduction of new travel restrictions in response to the second wave of the pandemic has led to a more conservative assumption of around 70%.Developments in terms of revenue based on these assumptions will have a significant impact on the Group’s earnings. That impact cannot be quantified reliably at the moment, because of the public health situation and the numerous uncertainties affecting the economic environment.In the circumstances, the Group’s earnings are likely to show a year-on-year decline in the second half of 2020. However, that decline, barring exceptional items, should be much less pronounced than that seen in the first half of 2020.Furthermore, measures taken to reduce the impact of lower business levels on cash outflows should result in a reduction in net financial debt at the end of the year.VINCI’s management remains confident in the Group’s ability to bounce back in 2021, particularly with the support of economic stimulus measures announced in France and many other countries. The Group expects its earnings to rise relative to 2020, but remain lower than their 2019 level overall. V.          Other recent highlights * New developments On 30 September 2020, VINCI signed an agreement to build and maintain a motorway in Kenya as part of VINCI Concessions’ first public-private partnership in Africa. The works will be carried out by VINCI Construction.On 1 October 2020, VINCI Energies integrated Transelec Common Inc, a leading provider of energy and telecoms infrastructure services in Quebec. On 2 October 2020, VINCI announced that it had presented Grupo ACS with a non-binding proposal for the acquisition of Grupo ACS’s "Industrial Services" division. The scope of the acquisition would include, in addition to the engineering and works activities, interests in eight concessions and PPPs relating mainly to energy projects as well as a platform for the development of new projects in the renewable energy sector. This proposal has been examined by Grupo ACS’s Board of Directors, which has declared itself open to negotiations. Completion of the transaction remains conditional, in particular, on the performance of a due diligence exercise in the coming months. This will include examining information forming the basis of a carve-out plan for the activities that would not be transferred to VINCI, including the Zero-E company and 15 concessions. The final terms and conditions of the transaction will be agreed upon at the end of the due diligence process. The proposal would be subject to the required regulatory approvals, including merger control.  ACS and VINCI will inform the market, at the appropriate time, of the eventual outcome and result of these negotiations. ·New appointmentBelen Marcos, previously chair of Cintra (Ferrovial group) in the United States, has been appointed as chair of VINCI Highways and executive vice president of VINCI Concessions. ·London Gatwick AirportIn August 2020, London Gatwick Airport, a 50.01%-owned subsidiary of VINCI Airports, entered discussions with its lenders regarding expected developments regarding its financial covenants. On 22 September 2020, given the exceptional circumstances affecting air travel, a large majority of lenders accepted the company’s request that they temporarily waive those financial covenants. Conference callThe Group will comment on its revenue and business activities in the period ended 30 September 2020 in a conference call to be held in English today (Tuesday 20 October 2020) at 18.00 Paris time.To take part, please dial one of the following numbers from 17.55: In French: +33 (0)1 72 72 74 03                  PIN: 26034552 In English (UK number):  +44 (0) 20 7194 3759                     PIN: 26034552In English (US number):  +1 646 722 4916                             PIN: 26034552Playback number (available within two hours): In French: +33 (0)1 70 71 01 60                  PIN: 418953376 In English (UK number):  +44 (0) 20 3364 5147                     PIN: 418953376 In English (US number):  +1 646 722 4969                             PIN: 418953376**********Diary 5 February 2021 Publication of full-year 2020 results (before the market open)   **********About VINCI VINCI is a global player in concessions and contracting, employing more than 210,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. Based on that approach, VINCI’s ambition is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, partners and society in general. www.vinci.comINVESTOR RELATIONS Grégoire Thibault Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 45 07 gregoire.thibault@vinci.comAlexandra Bournazel Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 33 46 alexandra.bournazel@vinci.comPRESS CONTACT Stéphanie Malek Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 31 82 stephanie.malek@vinci.comAPPENDICES APPENDIX A: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON CONSOLIDATED REVENUEConsolidated revenue* in the first nine months of the year - Breakdown by region and business line   Nine months to 30 Sept.   Nine months to 30 Sept.   2020/2019 change (in € millions) 2020 2019 Actual Like-for-like FRANCE         Concessions 3,727 4,666 -20.1% -20.1% VINCI Autoroutes 3,526 4,288 -17.8% -17.8% VINCI Airports 146 287 -49.0% -49.0% Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium) 55 92 -39.8% -39.8% Contracting 12,269 14,321 -14.3% -15.0% VINCI Energies 4,170 4,473 -6.8% -8.0% Eurovia 3,444 4,075 -15.5% -15.8% VINCI Construction 4,655 5,774 -19.4% -19.9% VINCI Immobilier 747 811 -7.8% -7.8% Eliminations and adjustments (443) (500)     Total France 16,300 19,298 -15.5% -16.0%           INTERNATIONAL         Concessions 788 1,827 -56.9% -62.3% VINCI Airports 672 1,679 -60.0% -65.5% Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium) 116 148 -21.7% -19.5% Contracting 13,721 13,752 -0.2% -1.7% VINCI Energies 5,415 5,328 +1.6% -4.8% Eurovia 3,450 3,390 +1.8% +3.3% VINCI Construction 4,856 5,034 -3.5% -1.7% Eliminations, adjustments and other (33) (20)     Total International 14,478 15,559 -6.9% -9.8% * Excluding concession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies.Consolidated third-quarter revenue*   Third quarter      Third quarter      2020/2019 change (in € millions) 2020 2019 Actual Like-for-like Concessions 1,923 2,657 -27.6% -27.4%   VINCI Autoroutes 1,633 1,680 -2.8% -2.8% VINCI Airports 226 896 -74.7% -74.5% Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium) 63 82 -22.7% -20.5% Contracting 10,234 10,336 -1.0% -1.4%   VINCI Energies 3,452 3,430 +0.7% -2.9%   Eurovia 3,069 3,112 -1.4% -0.6%   VINCI Construction 3,712 3,794 -2.2% -0.8% VINCI Immobilier 313 341 -8.2% -8.2% Eliminations and adjustments (184) (207)     Total revenue* 12,286 13,128 -6.4% -6.7% of which:  France 6,817 7,036 -3.1% -3.6%  International 5,469 6,092 -10.2% -10.4% * Excluding concession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies. Revenue* - Quarterly developments in 2020   Change Q1 2020 vs. Q1 2019 Change Q2 2020 vs. Q2 2019 Change Q3 2020 vs. Q3 2019 (in € millions) Actual Like-for-like Actual Like-for-like Actual Like-for-like Concessions +2.6% -6.3% -59.1% -61.2% -27.6% -27.4%   VINCI Autoroutes -5.0% -5.0% -45.7% -45.7% -2.8% -2.8% VINCI Airports +24.2% -9.7% -89.1% -90.7% -74.7% -74.5% Other concessions (VINCI Highways, VINCI Railways and VINCI Stadium) -0.5% -0.8% -57.5% -56.5% -22.7% -20.5% Contracting -0.3% -2.4% -20.1% -21.0% -1.0% -1.4%   VINCI Energies +5.1% unch. -11.7% -15.3% +0.7% -2.9%   Eurovia -1.5% -1.5% -18.9% -18.5% -1.4% -0.6%   VINCI Construction -4.7% -5.1% -28.4% -28.0% -2.2% -0.8% VINCI Immobilier +24.8% +24.8% -29.0% -29.0% -8.2% -8.2% Eliminations and adjustments             Total revenue* unch. -3.3% -26.9% -28.3% -6.4% -6.7% of which:  France -6.3% -7.1% -36.3% -36.5% -3.1% -3.6%  International +8.5% +1.6% -15.1% -18.2% -10.2% -10.4% * Excluding concession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies.  APPENDIX B: CONTRACTING ORDER BOOK AND ORDER INTAKEOrder book       At 30 September Change   At Change Order book (in € billions) 2020 2019 over 12 months   31 Dec. 2019 vs. 31 Dec. 2019 VINCI Energies 10.2 9.5 +8%   9.1 +13% Eurovia 8.4 8.4 +1%   8.0 +6% VINCI Construction 24.2 19.4 +25%   19.4 +24% Total Contracting 42.8 37.3 +15%   36.5 +17% of which:             France 17.6 16.0 +10%   15.5 +14% International 25.2 21.3 +18%   20.9 +20% Europe excl. France 14.3 10.2 +41%   9.9 +45% Rest of the world 10.8 11.1 -3%   11.0 -2% Order intake  Nine months to 30 Sept.   (in € billions)   2020   2019 Change 2020 / 2019 VINCI Energies 10.8 10.8 unch. Eurovia 7.6 8.7 -12% VINCI Construction 14.9 12.4 +20% Total Contracting 33.3 31.9 +4% of which:       France 14.3 15.2 -6% International 19.0 16.7 +14%  APPENDIX C: VINCI AUTOROUTES AND VINCI AIRPORTS INDICATORSTraffic on motorway concessions*  Third quarter Nine months to 30 Sept. (millions of km travelled)   2020 2020/2019 change 2020 2020/2019 change VINCI Autoroutes 15,831 -4.3% 31,863 -21.2%  Light vehicles 14,108 -4.7% 26,909 -23.1%  Heavy vehicles 1,723 -1.6% 4,955 -8.8% of which:         ASF 10,010 -4.9% 19,992 -21.2%  Light vehicles 8,865 -5.4% 16,676 -23.4%  Heavy vehicles 1,145 -1.3% 3,316 -8.0% Escota 2,103 -3.0% 4,487 -19.8%  Light vehicles 1,939 -3.0% 4,030 -20.7%  Heavy vehicles 164 -3.1% 457 -11.7% Cofiroute (intercity network) 3,612 -3.5% 7,178 -21.7%  Light vehicles 3,210 -3.7% 6,029 -23.7%  Heavy vehicles 402 -2.0% 1,149 -9.7% Arcour 107 -5.8% 206 -23.7%  Light vehicles 95 -6.4% 174 -25.5%  Heavy vehicles 12 -0.7% 32 -12.6% * Excluding A86 duplex.VINCI Autoroutes revenuein the first nine months of 2020 VINCI Autoroutes Of which:     ASF Escota Cofiroute Arcour   Toll revenue (in € millions) 3,462.5 2,025.1 491.3 902.1 44.0   2020/2019 change -17.8% -17.5% -17.1% -18.6% -19.7%   Revenue (in € millions) 3,525.5 2,065.2 499.3 913.4 44.3   2020/2019 change -17.8% -17.5% -17.1% -18.7% -19.6%   VINCI Airports’ passenger traffic1  Third quarter Nine months to 30 Sept. Rolling 12-month period (in thousands of passengers) 2020 2020/2019 change 2020 2020/2019 change Sept. 2019 to Sept. 2020 Change vs. previous 12-month period Portugal (ANA) 5,192 -71.8% 14,926 -67.5% 28,159 -51.7%   of which Lisbon 2,124 -76.9% 7,775 -67.3% 15,146 -50.5% United Kingdom 2,408 -84.9% 10,984 -73.4% 22,601 -57.3%   of which LGW 1,915 -86.4% 9,460 -73.9% 19,755 -57.5% France 1,875 -68.3% 5,559 -65.0% 10,115 -50.0%   of which ADL 953 -71.7% 3,021 -66.7% 5,709 -51.2% Cambodia 106 -96.2% 2,055 -76.7% 4,874 -58.4% United States 739 -72.1% 3,113 -59.3% 5,796 -42.5% Brazil 476 -75.2% 2,621 -53.6% 4,752 -39.1% Serbia 478 -77.7% 1,486 -68.7% 2,895 -51.5% Dominican Republic 416 -70.4% 1,806 -57.3% 3,213 -40.8% Sweden 106 -84.7% 464 -73.6% 986 -56.1% Total equity-accounted subsidiaries 11,795 -77.3% 43,012 -68.3% 83,392 -52.3% Japan (40%) 2,622 -80.6% 12,138 -68.9% 24,840 -51.9% Chile (40%) 488 -92.1% 6,876 -63.3% 12,793 -48.9% Costa Rica (45%) 1 -99.6% 429 -55.4% 691 -42.4% Rennes-Dinard (49%) 107 -62.6% 228 -69.6% 426 -56.0% Total equity-accounted subsidiaries 3,218 -84.0% 19,671 -67.0% 38,750 -50.9% Total passengers managed by VINCI Airports 15,013 -79.1% 62,683 -67.9% 122,142 -51.8%  1 Figures at 100% including airports’ passenger numbers over the full period.APPENDIX D: GLOSSARYConcession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies: this indicator relates to construction work done by concession companies as programme manager on behalf of concession grantors. Consideration for that work is recognised as an intangible asset or financial asset depending on the accounting model applied to the concession contract, in accordance with IFRIC 12 “Service Concession Arrangements”. It excludes work done by Contracting business lines.Like-for-like revenue growth: this indicator measures the change in revenue at constant scope and exchange rates. * Constant scope: the scope effect is neutralised as follows. * For revenue in year N, revenue from companies that joined the Group in year N is deducted. * For revenue in year N-1, the full-year revenue of companies that joined the Group in year N-1 is included, and revenue from companies that left the Group in years N-1 and N is excluded. * Constant exchange rates: the currency effect is neutralised by applying exchange rates in year N to foreign currency revenue in year N-1.Net financial surplus/debt: this corresponds to the difference between financial assets and financial debt. If the assets outweigh the liabilities, the balance represents a net financial surplus, and if the liabilities outweigh the assets, the balance represents net financial debt. Financial debt includes bonds and other borrowings and financial debt (including derivatives and other liabilities relating to hedging instruments). Financial assets include cash and cash equivalents and assets relating to derivative instruments. Until 31 December 2018, financial debt included liabilities consisting of the present value of lease payments remaining due in respect of finance leases as defined by IAS 17. On 1 January 2019, IAS 17 was replaced by IFRS 16, which specifies a single method for recognising leases. The Group now recognises right-of-use assets use under non-current assets, along with a liability corresponding to the present value of lease payments still to be made. That liability is not included in net financial surplus/debt as defined by the Group, and is presented directly on the balance sheet. Order book: in the Contracting business (VINCI Energies, Eurovia, VINCI Construction), the order book represents the volume of business yet to be carried out on projects where the contract is in force (in particular after service orders have been obtained or after conditions precedent have been met) and financed.Order intake: * In the Contracting business lines (VINCI Energies, Eurovia, VINCI Construction), a new order is recorded when the contract has been not only signed but is also in force (for example, after the service order has been obtained or after conditions precedent have been met) and when the project’s financing is in place. The amount recorded in order intake corresponds to the contractual revenue.   * For VINCI Immobilier, order intake corresponds to the value of properties sold off-plan or sold after completion in accordance with a notarised deed, or revenue from property development contracts where the works order has been given by the project owner.       For joint property developments: * If VINCI Immobilier has sole control over the development company, it is fully consolidated. In that case, 100% of the contract value is included in order intake; * If the development company is jointly controlled, it is accounted for under the equity method and its order intake is not included in the total. VINCI Airports passenger traffic: this is the number of passengers who have travelled on commercial flights from or to a VINCI Airports airport during a given period.VINCI Autoroutes motorway traffic: this is the number of kilometres travelled by light and heavy vehicles on the motorway network managed by VINCI Autoroutes during a given period.* * *  1See glossary.  2 Excluding concession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies (see glossary).  3 Figures at 100% including passenger numbers at all airports managed by VINCI Airports over the full period.  4 Period-end.  5     Excluding concession subsidiaries’ revenue from works done by non-Group companies (see glossary).  6 Previously Lamsac, the holder of concessions for two sections of the Lima ring road in Peru.    II.          Attachment * 20 10 2020 VINCI-CP T3 2020 EN

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    VINCI Airports – traffic at 30 September 2020

    Rueil Malmaison, 13 October 2020VINCI Airports – traffic at 30 September 2020 * Passenger numbers down 68% at end-September 2020 * Slight uptick in the third quarter (down 79% after being down 96% in Q2) driven by tourism and people travelling to see friends and family over the summer period * September affected by the return of restrictions and subdued business travelPassenger traffic was able to pick back up somewhat over the summer season as border closures were gradually lifted from 15 June in the Schengen area and travel restrictions in many countries were relaxed. Airports handling primarily tourist, family and domestic flights were best placed to take advantage of these conditions in July and August. The uptick was cut short in September as restrictions came back into force in an effort to stem the sustained rise in Covid-19 infections. To date, business traffic continues to remain very low.Passenger numbers in the third quarter of 2020 were down 79.1% on the same period the previous year, with a total of 15 million passengers handled across the 45 airports in the VINCI network1. Over the first nine months of the year, cumulative passenger numbers had fallen 67.9% compared with the first nine months of 2019.               All airports in the VINCI network comply with the hygiene recommendations made by major international health bodies, applied through the “Protecting Each Other” campaign. Bureau Veritas approved the measures put in place by the network’s airports in France, the UK and Portugal. Furthermore, at Lyon Saint-Exupéry, VINCI Airports launched Mona at the start of October. The first of its kind in the world, this new biometric travel service allows passengers to enjoy a fully autonomous and contactless journey through the airport. * Passenger numbers in Portugal fell 71.8% in Q3. As restrictions were lifted for people entering the country before the summer season, numbers of passengers travelling on holiday or to visit friends and family gradually picked up from other European countries such as France, Germany, Switzerland and Belgium. However, airports in Portugal suffered from the lack of British tourists, as the country was only included on the UK government’s Travel Corridor List for a few days between late August and early September. Over the quarter as a whole, traffic in Porto and Faro showed greater resilience than in Lisbon, which suffered from the significant drop in long haul flights, causing the national airline TAP to cut back capacity.   * In the UK, passenger numbers at London Gatwick and Belfast International in Q3 2020 were down 86.4% and 73.4%, respectively. Both airports were hit hard by travel restrictions, in particular the quarantine imposed on people entering the UK from certain countries and the frequent policy changes, which has affected passenger confidence. Nevertheless, Belfast airport was able to take advantage of its exposure to domestic travel throughout July and August. The new Wizz Air base opened at London Gatwick will provide, from October 2020, an additional 450,000 seats each year on new routes from the airport. * Passenger numbers travelling through the three Kansai airports in Japan fell 80.6% in Q3. Following the decision to lift domestic travel restrictions on 19 June, domestic flights started to recover somewhat. However, the Japanese authorities maintained restrictions on international travel, which limit access to the country considerably, including a 14-day quarantine on all arrivals. The Osaka-Itami domestic airport saw Q3 traffic fall 63.4% (33.5% drop in aircraft movements), while passenger numbers at the KIX international airport absorbed a 91.5% decline.   * The borders in Chile have been closed since 18 March and local lockdown measures and travel restrictions were put in place in Q3. In particular, the country’s capital was under lockdown until 17 August. These measures have heavily affected traffic at Santiago airport (down 92.1% in Q3).   * In France, traffic in the third quarter was down 68.0%, supported in particular by domestic flights and tourism over the summer. Passenger numbers in August at Toulon (down 35% on August 2019), Rennes (down 50%) and Nantes (down 58%) reflect this momentum, although it slowed down in September.    * The very strict entry requirements in force in Cambodia, in addition to the severe restrictions on international travel from China, stifled any significant recovery in passenger numbers, which in Q3 was down 96.2% year on year.   * In the US, Orlando-Sanford airport took advantage of the relatively strong demand for domestic flights and the resilience of the airline Allegiant. Passenger numbers were down 62.0% in the third quarter.     * In Brazil, passenger numbers at Salvador airport slumped 75.2% in Q3. There was however a gradual increase in traffic over the quarter, driven primarily by the new GOL base set up in July. The airline announced it was opening 48 weekly flights to six new destinations in the country. The improvement in numbers over September (down 64.6% on September 2019, compared with a year-on-year drop of 75.5% in August), and good levels of seat occupancy (over 80%) offers a glimpse of the start of a recovery at the airport.   * In Serbia, the decision to open the borders at the end of May helped traffic to recover. Further encouraging signs include the continued improvement, month after month, in passenger numbers (down 84.1% in July, and 69.7% in September). Across the full quarter, passenger numbers at Belgrade airport fell 77.7%.   * In the Dominican Republic, the decision to reopen the country’s borders on 1 July immediately translated into a bounce back in traffic compared with previous months, driven by the return of flights to the US and Europe. Overall, traffic fell 70.4% in Q3, and was down 64.8% in September.   * In Sweden, traffic plunged 84.7% in the third quarter. At the end of August, Wizz Air announced it would open new routes from the airport to Krakow, Riga and Vilnius.   * In Costa Rica, Q3 traffic was close to zero (down 99.6%) due to the complete closure of the country’s borders until 1 August. About VINCI AirportsVINCI Airports, as the leading private airport operator in the world, manages the development and operation of 45 airports located in Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, France, Japan, Portugal, Serbia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States. Served by more than 250 airlines, VINCI Airports' network handled 255 million passengers in 2019. Through its expertise as a comprehensive integrator, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports, leveraging its investment capability and know-how to optimise the management and performance of existing airport infrastructure, facility extensions and modernisation projects. In 2019, its annual revenue for managed activities amounted to €4.9 billion, for a consolidated revenue of €2.6 billion. www.vinci-airports.comAbout VINCI VINCI is a global player in concessions and contracting, employing 222,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. VINCI’s goal is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, and partners and for society at large. www.vinci.comPRESS CONTACT VINCI Press Department Tel.: +33 (0)1 47 16 31 82 media.relations@vinci.com Appendix – Passenger traffic and commercial aircraft movements at 30 September 2020      I-                    Passenger numbers by airportIn thousands of passengers VINCI Airports share (%) Q3 2020 % change Q3 2020 / Q3 2019 YTD 2020 9 months % change YTD Sept 20/ YTD Sept 19 12 months y.o.y % change 12 mths y.o.y Portugal (ANA) of which               Lisbon (LIS) 100 2,124 -76.9% 7,775 -67.3% 15,146 -50.5% Porto (OPO) 100 1,396 -64.2% 3,682 -63.4% 6,735 -47.8% Faro (FAO) 100 1,034 -70.2% 1,832 -75.4% 3,404 -62.2% Madeira 100 302 -69.3% 927 -64.6% 1,679 -50.3% Azores 100 335 -62.1% 709 -64.1% 1,195 -51.1% TOTAL   5,192 -71.8% 14,926 -67.5% 28,159 -51.7%                United Kingdom               Gatwick (LGW) 50 1,915 -86.4% 9,460 -73.9% 19,755 -57.5% Belfast (BFS) 100 493 -73.4% 1,524 -69.3% 2,846 -55.7% TOTAL   2,408 -84.9% 10,984 -73.4% 22,601 -57.3%                Japan (Kansai Airports)               Kansai (KIX) 40 691 -91.5% 5,685 -76.6% 13,282 -58.3% Itami (ITM) 40 1,608 -63.4% 5,317 -56.8% 9,545 -42.3% Kobé (UKB) 40 322 -64.7% 1,136 -54.3% 2,013 -38.6% TOTAL   2,622 -80.6% 12,138 -68.9% 24,840 -51.9%                 Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)               Santiago (SCL) 40 488 -92.1% 6,876 -63.3% 12,793 -48.9% TOTAL   488 -92.1% 6,876 -63.3% 12,793 -48.9%                 France               Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN) 31 953 -71.7% 3,021 -66.7% 5,709 -51.2% Nantes Atlantique (NTE) 85 803 -64.5% 1,956 -65.2% 3,556 -49.5% Saint-Nazaire Montoir (SNR) 85 0 -89.7% 6 -56.4% 12 -39.5% Rennes Bretagne (RNS) 49 99 -59.8% 210 -68.4% 396 -54.4% Dinard Bretagne (DNR) 49 8 -80.0% 18 -78.6% 31 -69.7% Grenoble Alpes Isère (GNB) 100 2 +420.4% 206 -21.2% 252 -17.2% Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc (CMF) 100 1 -29.6% 105 -42.7% 126 -39.2% Toulon Hyères (TLN) 100 94 -41.6% 166 -59.9% 259 -51.4% Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE) 100 22 -80.7% 98 -70.1% 201 -53.3% TOTAL   1,982 -68.0% 5,787 -65.2% 10,542 -50.3% In thousands of passengers VINCI Airports share (%) Q3 2020 % change Q3 2020 / Q3 2019 YTD 2020 9 months % change YTD Sept 20/ YTD Sept 19 12 months y.o.y % change 12 mths y.o.y Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)               Phnom Penh (PNH) 70 90 -93.9% 1,233 -72.6% 2,766 -53.9% Siem Reap (REP) 70 1 -99.9% 618 -79.4% 1,541 -63.0% Sihanoukville (KOS) 70 15 -97.3% 204 -84.5% 567 -63.6% TOTAL   106 -96.2% 2,055 -76.7% 4,874 -58.4% United States of America of which               Orlando-Sanford (SFB) 100 302 -62.0% 1,151 -54.0% 1,939 -40.0% Hollywood Burbank (BUR) MC* 378 -76.4% 1,601 -62.7% 3,219 -43.5% Atlantic City  (ACY) MC* 60 -76.3% 360 -57.9% 639 -44.5%                 TOTAL   739 -72.1% 3,113 -59.3% 5,796 -42.5% Brazil               Salvador (SSA) 100 476 -75.2% 2,621 -53.6% 4,752 -39.1% TOTAL   476 -75.2% 2,621 -53.6% 4,752 -39.1% Serbia               Belgrade (BEG) 100 478 -77.7% 1,486 -68.7% 2,895 -51.5% TOTAL   478 -77.7% 1,486 -68.7% 2,895 -51.5% Dominican Republic (Aerodom) of which               Saint-Domingue (SDQ) 100 383 -67.9% 1,412 -57.6% 2,600 -39.5% Puerto Plata (POP) 100 23 -84.7% 310 -55.5% 476 -45.7% Samana (AZS) 100 0 -99.5% 55 -60.5% 86 -50.2% La Isabela (JBQ) 100 9 -59.4% 29 -53.9% 51 -34.5% TOTAL   416 -70.4% 1,806 -57.3% 3,213 -40.8% Sweden               Stockholm Skavsta (NYO) 90 106 -84.7% 464 -73.6% 986 -56.1% TOTAL   106 -84.7% 464 -73.6% 986 -56.1% Costa Rica               Guanacaste (LIR) 45 1 -99.6% 429 -55.4% 691 -42.4% TOTAL   1 -99.6% 429 -55.4% 691 -42.4% *MC: Management Contract Total VINCI Airports   15,013 -79.1% 62,683 -67.9% 122,142 -51.8%       II-                 Commercial movements by airports Commercial flights (ATM) VINCI Airports share (%) Q3 2020 % change Q3 2020 / Q3 2019 12 months y.o.y % change 12 mths y.o.y Portugal (ANA) incl.           Lisbon (LIS) 100 22,520 -63.0% 121,103 -44.2% Porto (OPO) 100 13,194 -52.4% 56,336 -41.3% Faro (FAO) 100 11,204 -48.5% 28,170 -52.4% Madeira 100 3,636 -49.8% 15,265 -42.4% Azores 100 6,907 -31.0% 19,453 -34.3% TOTAL   57,497 -54.9% 240,427 -43.9% United Kingdom           London Gatwick (LGW) 50 17,864 -77.9% 131,576 -53.2% Belfast (BFS) 100 4,955 -63.3% 26,893 -46.7% TOTAL   22,819 -75.8% 158,469 -52.3% Japon (Kansai Airports)           Kansai (KIX) 40 16,094 -69.9% 118,014 -42.7% Itami (ITM) 40 23,569 -33.5% 104,592 -24.7% Kobé (UKB) 40 6,419 -18.2% 27,724 -7.1% TOTAL   46,082 -52.4% 250,330 -33.2% Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)           Santiago (SCL) 40 4,981 -87.4% 84,421 -47.5% TOTAL   4,981 -87.4% 84,421 -47.5% France           Lyon-Saint Exupéry (LYS) & Lyon-Bron (LYN) 31 12,796 -60.6% 67,407 -45.9% Nantes Atlantique (NTE) 85 7,417 -59.2% 33,219 -47.3% Saint-Nazaire Montoir (SNR) 85 97 -69.2% 1,099 -35.4% Rennes Bretagne (RNS) 49 1,346 -60.6% 6,311 -52.9% Dinard Bretagne (DNR) 49 459 -11.0% 877 -35.7% Grenoble Alpes Isère (GNB) 100 211 +12.8% 3,370 -12.4% Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc (CMF) 100 471 +10.3% 5,555 -18.1% Toulon Hyères (TLN) 100 3,145 -43.4% 5,660 -54.3% Clermont Ferrand Auvergne (CFE) 100 902 -58.3% 5,191 -45.6% TOTAL   26,844 -57.5% 128,689 -45.6%             Commercial flights (ATM) VINCI Airports share (%) Q3 2020 % change Q3 2020 / Q3 2019 12 months y.o.y % change 12 mths y.o.y Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)           Phnom Penh (PNH) 70 2,183 -84.1% 30,875 -43.7% Siem Reap (REP) 70 127 -98.5% 17,379 -58.0% Sihanoukville (KOS) 70 236 -95.9% 7,278 -55.3% TOTAL   2,546 -90.9% 55,532 -50.6% United States of America incl.           Orlando-Sanford (SFB) 100 4,008 -30.0% 17,679 -26.4% Hollywood Burbank (BUR) MC* 28,302 -25.6% 113,300 -19.7% Atlantic City  (ACY) MC* 1,086 -40.7% 5,606 -31.4% TOTAL   33,396 -26.8% 136,585 -21.2% Brazil           Salvador (SSA) 100 8,944 -54.7% 54,933 -29.4% TOTAL   8,944 -54.7% 54,933 -29.4% Serbia           Belgrade (BEG) 100 9,972 -55.5% 41,738 -39.0% TOTAL   9,972 -55.5% 41,738 -39.0% Dominican Republic (Aerodom) incl.           Saint-Domingue (SDQ) 100 5,373 -52.4% 28,417 -32.2% Puerto Plata (POP) 100 396 -66.0% 3,510 -44.6% Samana (AZS) 100 49 -81.6% 667 -50.1% La Isabela (JBQ) 100 1,346 -41.3% 6,410 -33.4% TOTAL   7,178 -52.4% 39,106 -34.2% Sweden           Stockholm Skavsta (NYO) 90 1,059 -74.1% 7,164 -48.8% TOTAL   1,059 -74.1% 7,164 -48.8% Costa Rica           Guanacaste (LIR) 45 82 -97.0% 7,628 -45.2% TOTAL   82 -97.0% 7,628 -45.2% *MC: Management Contract         Total VINCI Airports   221,400 -60.4% 1,205,022 -41.3% * * * 1Data at 100% estimated to 13 October 2020. Data for 2019 includes full-year airport traffic.  Attachment * CPVINCI_TraficAirportsQ32020_20201013_VA

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    VINCI Construction wins motorway contracts in Australia

    Rueil-Malmaison, 5 October 2020VINCI Construction wins motorway contracts in Australia * Upgrades to a stretch of the M1 Pacific motorway, the main motorway connection along the east coast of Australia * Upgrades to Barton Highway, a major route used to transport goods between New South Wales, Canberra, and Victoria * Two contracts worth a total €200 millionSeymour Whyte, a VINCI Construction subsidiary based in Australia, has won two motorway upgrade contracts worth a total 330 million AUD (about €200 million).The first contract, worth 270 million AUD (€165 million), is for the third upgrade package on the M1 Pacific Motorway between Varsity Lakes and Tugun near the border between Queensland and New South Wales. Following on from the first package won by Seymour Whyte in June 2020, this contract involves widening a 5km section of the motorway to three lanes in both directions, upgrading motorway bridges and slip roads, building a new service road and preserving the corridor for a possible future rail extension. This work, which also includes integrating smart motorway technologies, will help to reduce travel times for the 90,000 motorists who use this section each day.The second contract, worth 60 million AUD (€37 million), will be carried out by an alliance chosen by Transport for NSW, between Seymour Whyte (responsible for the construction, 94%) and SMEC (tasked with the design, 6%). It involves upgrading a stretch of the Barton Highway between the Australian capital Canberra and Murrumbateman 280 km south west of Sydney in New South Wales. The package includes a new two-lane northbound carriageway, modifications to the existing Barton Highway, intersection upgrades, drainage works and relocation of services and utilities, as well as landscaping work. The Barton Highway is the main route used to transport goods between New South Wales, Canberra and the state of Victoria in South Australia.About VINCI ConstructionVINCI Construction, a global player and European leader, is active on five continents, with more than 72,000 employees and 830 companies generating revenue of €14.9 billion in 2019. Structured according to an integrated model, the company has the capacity to intervene over the entire life cycle of a structure (finance, design, construction, maintenance) in eight sectors: buildings, functional structures, transport infrastructure, hydraulic engineering, renewable and nuclear energy, the environment, oil and gas sector, and mines. Through its low carbon concrete brand Exegy, VINCI Construction offers all its clients the opportunity to minimise the carbon footprint of their structures, with the aim of using 90% low carbon concrete by 2030. www.vinci-construction.comAbout VINCIVINCI is a global player in concessions and contracting, employing 222,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. VINCI’s goal is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, and partners and for society at large. www.vinci.comThis press release is an official information document of the VINCI Group.PRESS CONTACT VINCI Press Department Tel: +33 (0)1 47 16 31 82 media.relations@vinci.comAttachment * CPVINCI_SWM1C_20201005_VA