AdP and Changi Airport Group benefit from increasing passenger spend
Aéroports de Paris (AdP) and Singapore’s Changi Airport have released their financial results for the period ending 30-Jun-2011 and the 12 months ended 31-Mar-2011, respectively; with both recording strong increases in per passenger spend. While based in different continents with different prospects momentarily, there is some commonality between the two as they have – or had – interests in each other’s ‘territory’. [1741 words]
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- Traffic up 7.4% despite political turmoil and earthquake
- Operating expenses “under control”
- AdP benefits from its privileged position
- Changi Airport reports improvement across the board
- LCCs record 26% passenger growth
- Who wants to be a millionaire?
- Seletar expanding
- AdP and Changi both pursuing European ventures
Graphs and data:
- Aéroports de Paris financial highlights for the six-month period ending 30-Jun-2011
- Airport share of Western Europe seats at 26-Sep-2011
- Changi Airport Group financial highlights for the 12-month period ending 31-Mar-2011
- Airport share of Southeast Asia seats at 26-Sep-2011
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