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Fraport Traffic Figures - June and First Half 2013

              Fraport Traffic Figures - June and First Half 2013

  PR Newswire

  FRANKFURT, July 10, 2013

FRANKFURT, July 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Frankfurt's Cargo Rises While Passenger Volume Drops Slightly in the First
Half - Busiest June Ever for Passenger Traffic at FRA - Group's Majority-owned
Airports Serve More Than 45 Million Passengers in First Six Months of the Year


Fraport AG welcomed 5.4 million passengers at its Frankfurt Airport (FRA) home
base in June 2013: an increase of 40,000 passengers year-on-year and the
busiest June in the history of FRA - even though the traditionally busy Hesse
summer vacation already started in June last year. For the current year, this
special vacation effect will first show up in the July traffic figures.
Aircraft movements declined by 1.4 percent to 42,131 takeoffs and landings in
June 2013. Cargo traffic rose again in June 2013, increasing by 2.7 percent
year-on-year to 184,948 metric tons.

Traffic in the first half of 2013 continued to be affected by the
consolidation measures of various airlines at Frankfurt. Furthermore, a
variety of weather and strike-related flight cancellations - impacting around
340,000 passengers - also had a negative impact on FRA's traffic figures.
These factors caused the first-half figures to slip by one percent to 27.1
million passengers. Without these disruptive events, FRA would have reached
the previous year's level. In the first six months of the year, the same
factors resulted in aircraft movements dropping by 3.8 present year-on-year to
229,293 takeoffs and landings. As already evident in the first quarter of
2013, cargo traffic currently seems to have emerged from the economic trough:
 Cargo tonnage exceeded one million metric tons, up about one percent
year-on-year.

In June 2013, Fraport's five majority-owned airports - Frankfurt (FRA),
Antalya (AYT), Burgas (BOJ), Varna (VAR) and Lima (LIM) - registered a 4.6
percent traffic rise to a total of 10.8 million passengers. These airports
also handled a combined total of 205,119 metric tons of cargo, up 1.9 percent.
Aircraft movements at the Group's airports rose by 1.4 percent to almost
90,000 takeoffs and landings.

From January to June 2013, the Fraport Group served more than 45.6 million
passengers at its majority-owned airports - an increase of 3.2 percent
compared to the same period last year. Cargo activity grew by 1.2 percent to
about 1.15 million metric tons. Group-wide, aircraft movements declined
slightly by 0.2 percent to 382,278 takeoffs and landings during the first six
months of the year. Growth drivers again included Peru's Lima Airport (up 12.6
percent) with 7.1 million passengers and Turkey's Antalya Airport (up 8.8
percent) with 10.3 million passengers. On the Bulgarian Black Sea coast,
Burgas Airport welcomed more than 630,000 passengers (up 5.3 percent) and
Varna received 388,000 passengers (up 17.2 percent).



    Fraport Traffic Figures
    June 2013

Traffic Figures - Frankfurt Airport (FRA)

    Total Traffic        Month yoy DELTA%     YTD     yoy DELTA%
    Passengers [1]   5,405,192   0.7       27,139,299   -1.0
    Cargo
    (freight+mail in
    t)[2]              184.948   2.7        1,034,687    0.9
    Aircraft
    Movements           42,131  -1.4          229,293   -3.8
    MTOWs (in metric
    tons)            2,506,809  -1.6       13,683,831   -3.7
    Punctuality (in
    percent)              80.8                   81.7

Traffic Figures - Fraport Group

    Based on ACI
    definition                                  Cargo
    (Airports                             (freight+mail) in
    Council Intl.)     Passengers [3]           t [4]           Movements
                                     yoy                 yoy             yoy
                          Month   DELTA%     Month    DELTA%  Month   DELTA%
    Frankfurt (FRA)   5,404,682      0.7   182,444       3.0 42,131     -1.4
    Antalya (AYT)     3,534,974      7.9      n.a.      n.a. 21,189      6.6
    Burgas (BOJ)        460,919      6.2        86     -82.7  3,510      3.4
    Lima (LIM)[6]     1,196,918     13.5    22,585      -4.5 12,236      2.4
    Varna (VAR)         239,223      5.1         4      -9.5  1,928      1.3
    Group            10,836,716      4.6   205,119       1.9 80,994      1.4

                                               Cargo
                                         (freight+mail) in
    Jan.-Jun. 2013    Passengers [3]           t [4]           Movements
                                    yoy                 yoy              yoy
                           YTD   DELTA%       YTD    DELTA%     YTD   DELTA%
    Frankfurt (FRA) 27,136,678     -1.0 1,017,725       0.9 229,293     -3.8
    Antalya (AYT)   10,330,046      8.8      n.a.      n.a.  68,801      6.8
    Burgas (BOJ)[5]    630,420      5.3     1,361      12.2   5,568     -5.8
    Lima (LIM)[6]    7,119,389     12.6   127,883       3.5  74,639      5.2
    Varna (VAR)[5]     388,583     17.2        14       2.3   3,977     17.3
    Group           45,605,116      3.2 1,146,983       1.2 382,278     -0.2

    [1] Commerical and non-commercial traffic
    [2] Cargo including transit (in metric tons)
    [3] Passengers - commercial traffic only
    [4] Cargo excluding transit (in metric tons)
    [5] Varna was closed from 15.10.2011 to 28.02.12.
        Burgas handled all VAR flights during this period.
    [6] Figures provided by LIM

For Further Information, Please Contact:

Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide: Robert A. Payne -
International Spokesman; Head of International Press & External Activities
Team, Press Office (UKM-PS), Corporate Communications, 60547 Frankfurt,
Germany; Tel.: +49-69-690-78547; E-mail: r.payne@fraport.de ; Internet:
http://www.fraport.com ;