Sector: Transport & Logistics, Travel & Tourism
Phnom Penh International Airport,
National Road # 4, Phnom Penh
- +855 (0)23 862 800
- Fax: +855 (0)23 862 809
Within the framework of a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) with the Royal Government of Cambodia, Cambodia Airports develops and operates the Kingdom’s network of international airports including:
Cambodia Airports holds the concession of the airports serving the capital city of Phnom Penh (since 1995), Siem Reap (2001) and the port city and beach resort of Sihanoukville (2006).
The shareholders of Cambodia Airports are France’s VINCI Airports (70%) and Muhibbah Masteron Cambodia (30%), a Malaysian-Cambodian joint venture. VINCI Airports manages the development and operations of 34 airports: 12 in France, 10 in Portugal, 3 in Cambodia, 2 in Japan, 6 in the Dominican Republic and Santiago airport in Chile. VINCI Airports’ network handles more than 100 million passengers annually and recorded revenue in excess of € 820 million (Chile, Japan and the Dominican Republic not included).
In 2015, the number of passengers going through Cambodia’s international airports totaled 6.4 million. Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports provide nearly 500 regular flights per week, connecting both cities to 30 destinations in Asia and the Gulf region. Their maximum passenger handling capacities are 8 million and 6 million respectively. Preah Sihanouk International Airport mainly welcomes domestic flights and some international charter flights from/to Seoul and cities in China.
023 890 520 (Ext. 1701)
Communication & PR Director
023 890 520 (Ext. 1201)
François-Régis Le Mière
023 890 520 (Ext. 1901)
Marketing & Sales Directo
023 890 520 (Ext. 1001)