Aéroports de Paris: H1 results in line with 2013 forecasts - 2013 forecasts and 2015 targets confirmed

 Aéroports de Paris: H1 results in line with 2013 forecasts - 2013 forecasts
                          and 2015 targets confirmed

Traffic up 0.5% in Paris in H1 2013, with 43 million passengers:

  *Favourable development  of  passenger-traffic mix:  international  traffic 
    +2.6%

  *Dynamic growth of the Group's traffic: +5.6%

H1 results in line with 2013 forecasts:

  *Revenue up by 6.2%, at €1,346 million

  *EBITDA up by 4.1%, at €487 million

  *Operating income  from  ordinary  activities  virtually  stable,  at  €286 
    million, and net result attributable to  the Group down by 13.9%, at  €125 
    million, due to a strong increase in amortisation and income tax expenses

Group's operating costs up by 5.4% in the first half to €893 million and up by
1.5% excluding the impact  of snowfall and scope  effect linked to  Nomadvance 
integration

Very good performance of retail and TAV:

  *Sales per departing passenger at airside shops up 8.5%, at €17.6

  *Favourable  impact  of   the  consolidation  of   TAV  Airports  and   TAV 
    Construction on operating income from ordinary activities (contribution of
    €5 million)

2013 forecasts and 2015 targets confirmed:

  *2013: assuming  that  traffic  remains stable,  consolidated  revenue  and 
    EBITDA are expected to grow slightly

  *2015: 2015 EBITDA up by between 25% and 35% compared to 2009

Next publication: August 2013 traffic figures on Thursday 12 September 2013



Aéroports de Paris: H1 2013 presentation
Aéroports de Paris: H1 2013 financial release

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