Fraport Traffic Figures - September and Nine Months 2013: FRA Achieves New Historic Record for September Passenger Traffic -

  Fraport Traffic Figures - September and Nine Months 2013: FRA Achieves New
 Historic Record for September Passenger Traffic - Growth Trend Continues for
                              the Group Airports

  PR Newswire

  FRANKFURT, Germany, October 11, 2013

FRANKFURT, Germany, October 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Frankfurt Airport (FRA) welcomed some 5.5 million passengers in September
2013: a new historic September record at Germany's largest aviation gateway.
Thus, the number of passengers using FRA in September 2013 jumped by 191,000
or 3.6 percent compared to the same month last year - the previous record
September, despite the impact of strike activity then. Aircraft movements rose
during the reporting month by 0.7 percent to 42,525 takeoffs and landings.
Cargo tonnage remained stable at 178,682 metric tons, down by 0.1 percent.
Accumulated maximum takeoff weights (MTOWs) increased by 1.1 percent to about
2.6 million metric tons - also a new historic September figure.

In the first nine months of 2013, FRA served a total of 44.2 million
passengers, a rise of 0.2 percent year-on-year. Aircraft movements declined by
2.5 percent to 357,538 takeoffs and landings. FRA's cargo volume grew in the
January-to-September 2013 period by 0.7 percent to about 1.6 million metric
tons. Accumulated MTOWs dropped by 2.4 percent to about 21.4 million metric
tons.

Fraport's majority-owned airports registered strong growth in September 2013
as well as significant increases during the first nine months of the year.
Lima Airport (LIM) in Peru received more than 11 million passengers compared
to the same period last year, a gain of 12.2 percent year-on-year. Antalya
Airport (AYT) on the Turkish Riviera welcomed a total of 22.1 million
passengers from January to September 2013, up 6.6 percent. On the Bulgarian
Black Sea coast, Burgas Airport (BOJ) had about more than 2.4 million
passengers (up 4.6 percent), while Varna Airport (VAR) registered about 1.2
million passengers (up 7.3 percent). For the January-to-September 2013 period,
the five majority-owned Group airports served a total of about 81 million
passengers - a rise of 3.6 percent year-on-year.

Fraport AG's executive board chairman Dr. Stefan Schulte expressed
satisfaction with the nine-month traffic results:"After a slow start in early
2013, Frankfurt Airport's cumulative traffic figures have reached the 2012
level. And one should also not forget that in 2012 we posted a new record year
with more passengers than any other year in the history of FRA. Once again,
Fraport's overseas airports continue to achieve strong passenger volumes and
are developing very positively. This is contributing noticeably to growth in
the Group's results."

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

     Fraport Traffic Figures
     September 2013

     Traffic Figures -
     Frankfurt Airport (FRA)
     Total Traffic                 Month     yoy DELTA%          YTD          yoy DELTA%
     Passengers [1]            5,549,000      3.6             44,215,610         0.2
     Cargo (freight+mail in
     t)[2]                       178.682     -0.1              1,566,738         0.7
     Aircraft Movements           42.525      0.7                357.538        -2.5
     MTOWs (in metric tons)    2,552,830      1.1             21,415,669        -2.4
     Punctuality (in
     percent)                       84.3                            83.0

     Traffic Figures
     - Fraport Group
     Based on ACI
     definition (Airports                            Cargo (freight+mail)
     Council Intl.)               Passengers [3]            in t [4]          Movements
                                               yoy                 yoy              yoy
                                    Month   DELTA%      Month   DELTA%    Month  DELTA%
     Frankfurt (FRA)            5,547,989      3.6    175,924      0.0   42,525     0.7
     Antalya (AYT)              3,755,851      6.9       n.a.     n.a.   21,901     7.1
     Burgas (BOJ)                 355,489      8.0        113    -43.2    2,806     8.8
     Lima (LIM)[6]              1,246,086     11.7     29,546      2.6   12,875     3.8
     Varna (VAR)                  185,903     10.3          7     92.5    1,568     7.3
     Group                     11,091,318      5.8    205,589      0.3   81,675     3.3

     Twinstar (BOJ and VAR)       541,392      8.7        120    -40.8    4,374     8.3

                                                      Cargo (freight+mail)
     Jan.-Sep. 2013               Passengers [3]            in t [4]          Movements
                                               yoy                yoy               yoy
                                      YTD   DELTA%         YTD  DELTA%      YTD  DELTA%
     Frankfurt (FRA)           44,211,251      0.2   1,541,580     0.7  357,538    -2.5
     Antalya (AYT)             22,077,559      6.6        n.a.    n.a.  137,331     5.9
     Burgas (BOJ)[5]            2,432,101      4.6       1,632   -11.9   17,807     0.1
     Lima (LIM)[6]             11,050,064     12.2     207,917     1.5  114,338     4.6
     Varna (VAR)[5]             1,228,377      7.3          29     6.7   10,273     7.3
     Group                     80,999,352      3.6   1,751,158     0.8  637,287     0.7

     Twinstar (BOJ and VAR)     3,660,478      5.5       1,661   -11.7   28,080     2.6

     [1] Commerical and non-commercial traffic  [3] Passengers - commercial traffic only
     [2] Cargo including transit                [4] Cargo excluding transit (in metric
     (in metric tons)                           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