Aeroports de Paris passenger traffic up 5.5% in Jan-2011


Aeroports de Paris, operator of Charles De Gaulle and Orly airports, reported traffic rose 5.5% year-on-year in January. The stock eased 0.5%, with other European airport operators mixed.

  • Aeroports de Paris (operator of Charles De Gaulle and Orly airports) reported a 5.5% increase in traffic in January 2011.
  • Passenger numbers reached 6.2 million, with France accounting for 19.6% of total traffic and experiencing a growth rate of 10.9%.
  • Europe saw a 6.2% increase in passenger traffic, while Africa experienced a slight decline of 0.8%.
  • Paris CDG airport recorded 4.3 million passengers, a growth rate of 3.9%, while Paris Orly saw a significant increase of 9.3% with 1.9 million passengers.
  • Aircraft movements also rose by 4.8%, with Paris Orly showing a higher growth rate of 10.2% compared to Paris CDG's 2.5%.
  • Hainan Meilan Airport's stock price dropped by 4.8%, continuing its downward trend since the beginning of 2011.

Aeroports de Paris traffic highlights in Jan-2011:

Shares in Hainan Meilan Airport dropped 4.8%, continuing the downward momentum the stock has seen since the start of 2011.

Selected ABD daily share price movements (% change): 15-Feb-2011

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