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Malta International Airport reported (21-Feb-2018) the following financial results for the 12 months ended 31-Dec-2017:

  • Revenue: EUR82.4 million, +12.9% year-on-year;
    • Aviation revenue: EUR59 million, +14.6%;
    • Non-aviation revenue: EUR23.4 million, +8.3%;
  • EBITDA: EUR48.6 million, +21.5%;
  • Net profit: EUR24.2 million, +15.1%;
  • Capital expenditure: EUR14.0 million, +95.8%;
  • Total assets: EUR182.9 million;
  • Cash and short term deposits: EUR38.4 million;
  • Total liabilities: EUR87.1 million. [more - original PR]

Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) forecast (21-Feb-2018) international passenger movements from China, India and South East Asia will make up 75% of international traffic in 2018. Based on economic conditions and additional seat capacity offered by carriers, MAHB expects total passenger traffic to increase 6.3% in 2018 with international and domestic passenger traffic increasing 8.3% and 4.2% respectively.

TAV Airports reported (21-Feb-2018) the following financial highlights for 12 months ended 31-Dec-2017:

  • Revenue: EUR1143 million, +3% year-on-year;
    • Aviation: EUR388.2 million, +10%;
    • Ground handling: EUR152.8 million, +8%;
    • Commission from duty free sales: EUR245.6 million, +2%;
    • Catering services and retail: EUR105.4 million, -7%;
  • Total operating costs: EUR782 million, +2%;
  • EBITDA: EUR518.9 million, +13%;
  • Net profit: EUR185.3 million, +55%;
  • Total assets: EUR3002 million;
  • Cash and cash equivalents: EUR344 million;
  • Total liabilities: EUR2113 million. [more - original PR]

Netherlands' Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management announced (21-Feb-2018) the postponement regular commercial services at Lelystad Airport, previously scheduled to open on 01-Apr-2019, instead opting for a "realistic" start from 2020. The postponement allows for more time for improved consultation with residents, administrators, entrepreneurs and airspace users, according to Minister for Infrastructure and Water Management Cora van Nieuwenhuizen. [more - original PR - Dutch]

flydubai reported (21-Feb-2018) the following financial highlights for the 12 months ended 31-Dec-2017:

  • Revenue: AED5.5 billion (USD1.5 billion), +9.2% year-on-year;
  • Profit: AED37.3 million (USD10.2 million);
  • Passengers: 10.9 million, +5.5%;
  • Aircraft utilisation: 13.3 hours, -1.5%;
  • Number of aircraft: 61, +4 aircraft;
  • Average aircraft age: 3 years and 11 months, compared to three years and 8.5 months in 2016

*Based on the average conversion rate at AED1 = USD0.272202 [more - original PR]

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