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"Third Paris Airport Project Questioned"

Monday, September 10, 2001

France - La Tribune

The commission set up to assess the usefulness of a third Paris
international airport (DUCSAI) said on Friday that there needs to be
more investigation into how many more passengers the French capital's
existing airports - Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle and Orly - is capable of
handling in the medium term. More specifically, it recommended that the
French government's estimations on this issue be "discussed". In so
doing, DUCSAI has adopted a stance similar to that of the many French
organisations which have questioned the need for a third Paris airport. 

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