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Mexico’s private airport groups on the road to recovery

5-Aug-2010

Mexico’s three privatised and stock market listed airport operators, GAP, ASUR and OMA, have collectively reported much improved financial results for the three-month and six-month periods ending 30-Jun-2010, having been adversely affected by natural disasters, pandemics and airline failures during the previous two years. [1368 words]

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Subheadings:

  • GAP anticipated up to 7% passenger growth in 2010
  • Grupo Mexico takes 10% stake
  • MAp to swap Mexico for Sydney?
  • Airports heavily promote shopping
  • Mexicana on the critical list

Graphs and data:

  • Table 1: GAP financial/traffic highlights, three months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 2: GAP financial/traffic highlights, six months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 3: ASUR financial/traffic highlights, three months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 4: ASUR financial/traffic highlights, six months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 5: OMA financial/traffic highlights, three months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 6: OMA financial/traffic highlights, six months ended 30-Jun-2010 (all financial figures in USD million)
  • Table 7
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