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Missions

MissionsThe State and Bordeaux Mérignac Airport Société Anonyme (SA ADBM) share responsibility for the airport. ADBM SA oversees the fundamental missions that are the core of the airport industry. In addition, it defines and rolls out strategic policies, the basis of the airport platform's sustainable development.

 

   

PUBLIC SERVICE DELEGATION

By the terms of the concession signed on 2 May 2007, the State delegated the following tasks to ADBM SA:
- development and maintenance of facilities and equipment
- operation of airport facilities
- management of the airport's premises
- development of air traffic and services
- security assignments
- safety assignments

 

STRATEGIC FOCUS AREAS 

Quality management
The airport's activity adheres to a quality management procedure which notably concerns customer satisfaction awareness and evaluation. In 2008, the quality management system (in accordance with the ISO 9001 principle) also facilitated the roll-out of a security management system ("SGS") certified by State services.

Sustainable development
Built nearly a century ago in an area that was little urbanised at the time and situated 10 km from Bordeaux city centre, Bordeaux Airport plays an important role in the local and regional economy as well as the development of businesses and employment, with limited impact on the environment and local inhabitants.

Over the course of successive sustainable development charters, ADBM SA has strengthened its approach by putting in place an Environmental Management System (SME) which focuses on activities for which it is directly responsible. The aim is to limit the impact of the airport's activities, including noise pollution, air quality, energy, soil and water conservation and waste management.

In parallel, ADBM SA plays a proactive role among airport stakeholders by raising awareness, providing support and issuing alerts (relationships with local inhabitants).

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