The boss of Paris Airport has experienced a bitter reality. On Twitter, Augustin de Romanet reports having been at 7 am at the arrival hall 2 E of Air France at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. And there, he "finds incredulous" that there are 90 minutes of waiting. "It's unacceptable," he laments. And to reassure the passengers, he said he shares their distress and that "the ADP group continues to mobilize so that it is no longer possible."
On the social network, the reactions were not long in coming. More than 300 currently. "Welcome to the daily lives of all CDG passengers", says a bitter internet user. Another states that "this is a situation that has lasted for years Since 2017, I decided not to use @GroupeADP #cdg to transit when I returned to France 2h waiting for a 2F to 2C transit" . A third request from which planet lands Mr. de Romanet: "You are CEO of Paris airport and it is the first time that you see that". Same thing for this passenger: "It's really very disturbing for your management to discover that now, and to dare to say that you discover it."
Augustin de Romanet aware of the problem
Faced with these criticisms, Augustin de Romanet responded. "To those for whom I will be naïve," perched ", far from the field … the waiting at the borders has occupied me for 7 years.Have obtained commitments from the PM, bought the 105 parafe, set up Xovis, followed software in real time etc … It is the barrel of the danaides, we continue on ".
And the group CEO ADP still says: "I receive every hour, every day, by SMS the record of the waiting time of each terminal Orly and #CDG. It's because I set up the tightest monitoring that I sent this morning's alarm message. "