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German airports fight off recession; post encouraging traffic and financial results

25-May-2010

Germany’s Fraport, Hamburg Airport and Dusseldorf Airport have issued their financial statements for the three months ended 31-Mar-2010 or 31-Dec-2009. In Fraport’s case revenue and EBITDA have increased and trends are positive, but the story is not quite so good for the others. Traffic does appear to be increasing in 1Q2010 and both the Hamburg and Dusseldorf airports, with a broad range of users, were well placed to ride out the crisis. [1861 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Solid improvement by Lufthansa in 1Q21010
  • Five majority owned airports
  • Diverse scope of operation
  • Third German hub
  • Going Dutch

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  • Fraport financial highlights: three months ending 31-Mar-2010. (EUR million)
  • Fraport revenue growth, EBITDA growth, EBIT growth and pax numbers growth in 1QFY2010
  • Frankfurt Airport pax number growth and cargo volume growth: 1QFY2009 vs 1QFY2010
  • Fraport EBITDA margin and EBIT margin: 1QFY2009 vs 1QFY2010
  • Table 2: Hamburg Airport’s financial report, 12 months ending 31-Dec-2009. (All financial figures EUR million)
  • Table 3: Dusseldorf Airport’s financial report, 12 months ending 31-Dec-2009. (All financial figures EUR million)
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