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Australian Infrastructure Fund sees strong demand across portfolio

Australian Infrastructure Fund reported "strong demand" across its portfolio in Jan-2011, with AIX-weighted passenger numbers up 9.8% in the month. CEO Jeff Pollock stated AIX’s Australian airports, which comprise 83.5% of the portfolio, were the key drivers of the strong performance, increasing 11.3% year-on-year. Shares in the company were 1% lower on Monday.

TAV Holdings reported the following traffic highlights in Feb-2011:

  • Passenger numbers: 3.2 million, +10%;
    • Istanbul Ataturk: 2.4 million, +9%;
      • Domestic: 929,240, +4%;
      • International: 1.4 million, +12%;
    • Esenboga: 639,526, +25%;
      • Domestic: 549,267, +23%;
      • International: 90,259, +41%;
    • Izmir: 95,601, +46%;
    • Monastir (incl Enfidha): 22,339, -75%;
    • Tbilisi: 52,982, +31%;
    • Batumi: 5232, +55%;
    • Macedonia (Skopje and Ohrid): 40,216, +11%;

Mexico’s GAP reported the following traffic highlights in Feb-2011:

  • Passenger numbers: 1.6 million, stable;
    • Domestic: 923,900, +2.9%;
    • International: 634,600, -3.9%.

Selected ABD daily share price movements (% change): 07-Mar-2011