Airport Charles de Gaulle, Paris
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest international airport in France. With approximately 76.2 million passengers in 2019, it is the second busiest passenger airport in Europe after London Heathrow and the tenth busiest in the world. The airport was named after the French general and statesman Charles de Gaulle and is the international hub of Air France.
Terminal 1 was constructed as a circular building with an avant-garde design and comprises ten floors. The terminal building is surrounded by seven light-flooded, glazed satellite buildings.
The installation of several active, digitally controllable line array speakers from the Pan Beam series delivers flawless and intelligible announcements despite ambient noise in the building with its extremely challenging, reverberant acoustics.