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Auckland Airport FY2009 revenue up 5.2%

28-Aug-2009 12:49 PM

New Zealand’s Auckland Airport revenue up 5.2% - financial highlights for the 12 months ended 30-Jun-2009:

  • Revenue: USD251.2 million, +5.2% year-on-year;
    • Aeronautical: USD111.9 million, +2.8%;
      • Airfield: USD47.9 million, +0.5%;
      • Passenger services charge: USD45.3 million, -0.6%;
      • Terminal services charge: USD18.7 million, +20.0%;
    • Non-aeronautical: USD139.3 million, +7.2%;
      • Retail: USD71.6 million, +7.0%;
      • Property rentals: USD32.6 million, +6.2%;
      • Car parks: USD20.0 million, +0.4%;
  • Operating costs: USD60.5 million, +18.2%;
  • Operating EBITDA: USD190.7 million, +1.6%;
  • Total EBITDA: USD146.8 million, -22.9%;
  • Profit after tax: USD28.4 million, -63.1%;
  • Passenger numbers: 13.0 million, -1.4%;
    • Domestic: 5.7 million, -1.5%;
    • International: 7.4 million, -1.4%;
  • Cargo volume: 197,528 tonnes, -10.6%;
    • Domestic: 27,564 tonnes, -7.2%;
    • International: 169,964 tonnes, -11.2%;
  • Aircraft movements: 156,781, -1.8%;
    • Domestic: 116,025, -3.8%;
    • International: 40,756, +4.4%. [more]
  • *Based on the conversion rate at USD1 = NZD1.47

Auckland Airport: “The long-term outlook for the company remains positive. We expect to see passenger volumes eventually return to long-term growth trends and the investment being made now into air services development and passenger experience will begin to bear fruit in terms of increased growth in volume and yield. Forecasting is difficult when global travel demand conditions are unstable and passenger volume growth remains uncertain. For the 2010 financial year we expect net profit after tax (excluding any fair value changes and other one-off items) to be in the range of NZD93 million to NZD100 million, and capital expenditure to be in the range of NZD60 million to NZD65 million, excluding yet to be committed property development,” Tony Frankham, Chairman. Source: Auckland Airport, 27-Aug-2009.