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Fraport Traffic Figures - January 2013: Cargo Grows - Passenger Slowdown Due to Winter Timetable Reductions

FRANKFURT, Germany, February 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --



In January 2013, Fraport AG served nearly 3.9 million passengers at its Frankfurt Airport (FRA) home base - down 4.9  percent year-on-year. This decline was due primarily to the reduction in flight offers implemented by many airlines for the Winter 2012/13 Timetable.  Furthermore, weather-related flight cancellations - above all, freezing rain and sleet in mid-January - affected the passenger volume. Excluding this weather effect, the monthly result would have been at least two percentage points better.

Handling about 150,000 metric tons in January 2013, FRA recorded continuing light growth in cargo (airfreight + airmail) - up 1.3 percent year-on-year. Aircraft movements dropped by 6.8 percent to nearly 35,100 takeoffs and landings in January 2013.

Fraport's majority-owned airports - Frankfurt Airport (FRA), Antalya (AYT), Burgas (BOJ), Varna (VAR) and Lima (LIM) - together welcomed about 5.7 million passengers in January 2013, down 1.5 percent year-on-year.  Peru's LIM continued to record dynamic growth, with almost 1.2 million passengers received in the reporting month.  Well over half a million passengers used AYT on the Turkish Riviera, while the Bulgarian airports of BOJ and VAR on the Black Sea coast together served about 28,500 passengers.


     Fraport Traffic Figures
     January 2013

     Traffic Figures -
     Frankfurt Airport (FRA)
     Total Traffic                     Month       yoy DELTA%      YTD          yoy DELTA%
     Passengers [1]                3,877,094      -4,9              3,877,094         -4,9
     Cargo (freight+mail in
     t)[2]                           150.203       1,3                150.203          1,3
     Aircraft Movements               35.093      -6,8                 35.093         -6,8
     MTOWs (in metric tons)        2,092,099      -6,4              2.092.099         -6,4
     Punctuality (in
     percent)                           77.9                             77.9

     Traffic Figures - Fraport Group
     Based on ACI
     definition (Airports
     Council Intl.)        Passengers [3]    Cargo (freight+mail) in t [4]      Movements
                                     yoy                                              yoy
                           Month    DELTA%     Month     yoy DELTA%         Month  DELTA%
     Frankfurt (FRA)   3,876,676      -4,9    147.340           0,9        35.093    -6,8
     Antalya (AYT)       565.433      -4,9       n.a.          n.a.         4.695    -4,3
     Burgas (BOJ)[5]      11.414     -45,8        656       17037,1           248   -43,9
     Lima (LIM)[6]     1,186,316      13,1     23.249             9        12.818     9,1
     Varna (VAR)[5]       17.081         -          2             -           297  2021,4
     Group             5,656,920      -1,5    171.247           2,3        53.151    -2,9

     Jan.-Jan. 2013       Passengers [3]     Cargo (freight+mail) in t [4]      Movements
                                    yoy                                               yoy
                             YTD    DELTA%      YTD      yoy DELTA%             YTD DELTA%
     Frankfurt (FRA)   3,876,676      -4,9    147.340           0,9          35.093   -6,8
     Antalya (AYT)       565.433      -4,9       n.a.          n.a.           4.695   -4,3
     Burgas (BOJ)[5]      11.414     -45,8        656       17037,1             248  -43,9
     Lima (LIM)[6]     1,186,316      13,1     23.249             9          12.818    9,1
     Varna (VAR)[5]       17.081         -          2             -             297 2021,4
     Group             5.656.920      -1,5    171.247           2,3          53.151   -2,9

     [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, B.A.A. - International Spokesman and Head of International Press/PR & External Activities Team, Press Office (UKM-PS), Corporate Communications, 60547 Frankfurt, Germany; Tel.: +49 69.690.78547; E-mail: [email protected]; Internet: http://www.fraport.com


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