Mexico’s ASUR joins Chinese airports’ weak performance, Aeroports de Paris rises
Airport shares worldwide slid further in trading yesterday with Mexico’s airport operator, ASUR leading the decline, sliding 4.6%. Chinese airports continued their descent with Guangzhou and Shenzhen airports closing down 2.8% and 2.4%, respectively.
Beijing Airport went against the trend, gaining 1.7%.
Auckland international pax down, domestic up
- Passenger numbers:
- Domestic: 470,024, +3.7% year-on-year;
- International: 577,838, -4.0%;
- Aircraft movements:
- Domestic: 9,299, -7.0%:
- International: 3,628, +6.1%.
In Europe, BAA parent, Ferrovial, lost ground, easing 1.0%, while Fraport dropped 0.9%. Positive performers in the region included the Italian airport operators, Aeroporto di Firenze (+1.8%) and Aeroporto di Venezia (+2.2%).
Selected airports daily share price movements (% change): 23-Sep-2009