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Mexican airport operators report uptick

3-Mar-2011

All three of Mexico’s big privatised operators reported much improved results for the 2010 financial year and appear to have put the swine flu era behind them. One has even gone so far as to look beyond the country’s borders for new investment stimulus. [1715 words]

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Subheadings:

  • Mexicana brought to its knees ... but bounces back
  • Volaris plots bold US expansion
  • Cancún Airport boosts ASUR’s international activity
  • Natal gazing
  • GAP more badly affected by Mexicana’s demise
  • Good or bad investments

Graphs and data:

  • Chart 1: Mexican domestic passenger market share pre-Mexicana collapse (Nov-2009)
  • Table 1: ASUR financial highlights for the 12 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
  • Table 2: ASUR financial highlights for the 3 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
  • Table 3: GAP financial highlights for the 12 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
  • Table 4: GAP financial highlights for the 3 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
  • Table 5: OMA financial highlights for the 12 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
  • Table 6: OMA financial highlights for the 3 months ended Dec-2010 (all financial figures USD million)
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