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Company Overview of Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd.

Company Overview

Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd. holds and manages the land of Kansai International Airport in Japan. The company was formerly known as Kansai International Airport Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd. in July 2012. The company was founded in 1984 and is based in Izumisano, Japan. Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd. is a subsidiary of New Kansai International Airport Company, Ltd.

Kansai International Airport Building 1-banchi

Senshu-Kuko Kita

Izumisano,  549-8501

Japan

Founded in 1984

982 Employees

Phone:

81 7 2455 2093

Fax:

81 7 2455 2052

Key Executives for Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd.

President and Director
Age: 68
Managing Director and Director
Age: 67
Senior Managing Executive Officer
Age: 66
Senior Executive Vice President
Age: 65
Head of Corporate Strategy Office and Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd. Key Developments

Kansai International Airport Announces Earnings and Operating Results for the Six Months Ended September 30, 2015; Provides Earnings and Operating Guidance for the Fiscal Year 2015

Kansai International Airport announced earnings and operating results for the six months ended September 30, 2015. For the six months, the company reported movements of 83,000 against 71,000 a year ago. Total passengers were 11,975,000 against 9,740,000 a year ago. Cargo was 353,000 tonnes against 360,000 tonnes a year ago. For the six months, the company reported operating revenue of ¥71,349 million against ¥54,138 million a year ago. Operating income was ¥24,172 million against ¥15,822 million a year ago. Record-high number of passengers helped boost revenues of the Passenger Service Facility Charge and directly managed retail sales such as duty-free shops and stores, resulting in an increase to ¥71.3 billion, which grew by ¥17.2 billion over the previous year. The company provided earnings and operating guidance for the fiscal year 2015. For the year, the company expected operating revenue of ¥139,100 million and operating income of ¥41,700 million. For the year, the company expected Aircraft movements of 167,000 and passengers of 23,280,000.

Orix And Vinci Picked For Final Bid For Kansai International Airport

ORIX Corporation (TSE:8591) and VINCI S.A. (ENXTPA:DG) have been picked for final bid for sale of rights to operate Kansai International Airport Land Company, Ltd.

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