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PE Ratio (TTM)25.52
EPS (TTM)2.88
Earnings DateJul 31, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield2.50 (3.45%)
Ex-Dividend DateJun 23, 2020
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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

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    DISCLOSURE OF THE NUMBER OF SHARES FORMING THE CAPITAL AND OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTING RIGHTS AS OF 30 SEPTEMBER 2020

    French public limited company (société anonyme) with a share capital of €1,533,798,045.00 Registered office : 1, cours Ferdinand de Lesseps 92500 Rueil-Malmaison – France 552 037 806 RCS Nanterre www.vinci.comDISCLOSURE OF THE NUMBER OF SHARES FORMING THE CAPITAL AND OF THE TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTING RIGHTS   AS OF 30 SEPTEMBER 2020Total number of shares613,519,218 Theoretical number of voting rights (including treasury stock)613,519,218 Number of voting rights (excluding treasury stock)562,061,523 This disclosure is on VINCI web site www.vinci.com  (section investors/financial information/regulatory information/7. monthly information concerning the total number of voting rights and shares that make up the company’s capital).Attachment * 2020 09 30 ddv English version