Abertis Airports’ revenue declines as British airports experience lower activity

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Spain’s transport conglomerate Abertis released financial highlights for the three months ended 30-Sep-02009 (3Q09). The airports division reported a -8.6% reduction in revenues despite the addition of DCA, a company with stakes in 15 Caribbean and Latin American airports, to its portfolio last year. The performance of the British airports has been the most significant reason for the decline in revenues.

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