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Beijing Airport reports 1% pax increase; Hellenic DFS shares down 8.1%


Beijing Capital International Airport (+1%) reported (22-Dec-2010) the following traffic highlights:

  • Nov-2010:
    • Passenger numbers: 5.9 million, +7.7% year-on-year;
      • Domestic: +6.1%;
      • International, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan: +13.4%;
    • Aircraft movements: 43,100, +6%.
  • 11 months ended Nov-2010:
    • Passenger numbers: 68 million, +13.3%.

Infratil (0%) expects (22-Dec-2010) to close its current offer of unsecured, unsubordinated 15-Jun-2016 infrastructure bonds in Jan-2011 at approximately USD55.7 million (NZD75 million) to USD74 million (NZD100 million). Infratil is considering making an offer of new infrastructure bonds to the public with a maturity date of 15-Jun-2017. The offer of the 2017 bonds is expected to open around the same time the offer of the 2016 bonds closes.

Malaysia Airports (+5.2%) shares gained the most on Wednesday (22-Dec-2010) while Hainan Meilan (-2.4%) and Airports of Thailand (-1.3%) shares lost ground.

Selected airport operators/investors daily share price movements (% change): 22-Dec-2010

Airport supplier shares were a mixed bag on Wednesday with Lotte Shopping (+2.5%) and Japan Airport Terminal (+0.6%) up while Hellenic DFS lost the most ground at 8.1%.

Selected airport suppliers daily share price movements (% change): 22-Dec-2010

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