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19-Nov-2013 1:42 PM

AdP revenue up 5% in first nine months of 2013, outlines traffic and EBITDA growth targets

France’s Aéroports de Paris revenue up 5% - revenue highlights for nine months ended 30-Sep-2013:

  • Revenue: EUR2066 million, +4.7% year-on-year;
    • Aviation: EUR1238 million, +3.3%;
      • Airport fees: EUR689 million, +4.5%;
      • Ancillary fees: EUR145 million, +9.7%;
      • Airport security tax: EUR372 million, -0.9%;
    • Retail and services: EUR708 million, +6.9%;
      • Retail: EUR282 million, +8.8%;
      • Car parks: EUR125 million, +3.8%;
      • Industrial services: EUR48 million, +0.7%;
      • Rental: EUR79 million, +3.7%;
    • Real estate: EUR199 million, +6.4%;
    • Airport investments: EUR8 million, -26.3%;
  • Sales per passenger: EUR17.2, +6.7%. [more - original PR]

Aéroports de Paris: "Consolidated revenue of the first 9 months of the year is part of a dynamic trend, despite a moderate economic growth. We have observed since the beginning of the summer a gradual improvement in traffic, especially from and to Paris-Orly. All those elements allow us to anticipate traffic growth for 2013 of 1.4% and growth in consolidated revenue and EBITDA of respectively between 4.5% and 5.0% and between 1.5% and 2.5%,” Augustin de Romanet, Chairman and CEO. Source: Company statement, 15-Nov-2013.

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