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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

VINCI Airports - 2017 Q2 traffic

VINCI    

Published: 18:19 CEST 12-07-2017 /GlobeNewswire /Source: VINCI / : DG /ISIN: FR0000125486


Rueil Malmaison, 12 July 2017

 

VINCI Airports - 2017 Q2 traffic

 

Sharp increase in passenger traffic in the second quarter in all the managed airports (+14.1%):

  • Very strong growth in Portugal (+20.6%) and Cambodia (+30.5%)
  • Sustained growth in French airports, particularly Lyon (+5.9%) and Nantes (+13.8%)
  • Traffic growth in Japan (+8.4%)

 

In the second quarter of 2017, VINCI Airports reported sharp growth in passenger traffic in all managed airports, up 14.1%* on the second quarter of 2016, with 37.4 million passengers welcomed in the network's 35 airports.

 

* 100% contribution, irrespective of share capital held. Variations on a pro forma basis including Kansai Airports, Aerodom and Lyon-Saint Exupéry on a full year basis in 2016.


Very strong growth in Portugal and Cambodia

Very sharp growth in Portugal (+20.6%) primarily reflects the strong performance of the national carrier TAP, which is benefitting from the recovery of traffic with Brazil and the opening of numerous new lines. The further development of low-cost traffic from Europe is the other main driver of increased traffic in Portuguese airports, with all the major players of the segment reporting double-digit growth over the period.

In Cambodia (+30.5%), Chinese passengers continue to boost traffic in the airports of Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, which reported growth of 23.7% and 33.6% respectively. Both airports also benefit from sustained growth of passengers travelling from ASEAN countries. The airport of Sihanoukville, located in the country's main beach resort, recorded spectacular growth of 269.4%, following the opening of several new lines serving this destination, which is increasingly popular with domestic and Asian tourists. 

 

Sustained growth in French airports

Activity was also brisk in the French airports operated by VINCI Airports, with traffic up by 8.5%, supported by sharp growth in the Lyon-Saint Exupéry, Nantes Atlantique and Rennes Bretagne airports.

Traffic in the Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, which rose by 5.9% over the period, continues to benefit from the opening of new lines in 2016 and the arrival of new airline companies such as Air Canada and Wizz Air.  Growth of 13.8% at Nantes Atlantique reflects a dynamic performance from companies operating there, such as Volotea, Air France and Transavia, and the arrival of new companies such as Lufthansa and British Airways, which stimulates international traffic. Rennes Bretagne Airport, which reported the highest growth of the French airports in 2016, remains dynamic with an increase of 11.6% in traffic, thanks notably to the opening of a new Rennes-Madrid line operated by Iberia Express.

 

Traffic growth in Japan

In Japan, where VINCI Airports is present since April 2016, the Kansai airports recorded 8.4% growth in traffic in the quarter compared to the preceding year, led by strong development of low-cost companies and the increase in traffic, in particular from South Korea.

 

These excellent performances confirm the trend in traffic observed since the beginning of the year. From January to June, the airports in the VINCI Airports network welcomed more than 70 million passengers, an increase of 12.8% - 11.7% over 12 months year-on-year.

 

VINCI Airports passenger traffic at 30 June 2017

 

In thousands of passengers

Q2 2017

% change Q2 17/Q2 16

Cumul.2017
6 months

% change H1 17/H1 16

% ch.12 mths y-o-y

VINCI Airports *

of which:

 

37, 351

+14.1

70, 088

+12.8

+11.7

Portugal (ANA)

14, 270

+20.6

23, 529

+19.9

+17.9

Japan (Kansai Airports)

10, 404

+8.4

20, 768

+7.6

+6.3

France

4, 898

+8.5

8, 711

+8.7

+9.4

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

4, 685

+10.0

10, 206

+9.9

+10.6

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

1, 843

+30.5

4, 203

+23.2

+17.9

Dominican Republic (Aerodom)

1, 250

+11.4

2, 669

+7.0

+5.6

 

 

 

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About VINCI Airports

VINCI Airports, a top 5 global player in the international airport sector, manages the development and operations of 35 airports: 13 in France, 10 in Portugal (including the hub of Lisbon), 3 in Cambodia, 2 in Japan, 6 in Dominican Republic and Santiago airport in Chile. In March 2017, VINCI Airports was awarded the concession of Salvador's airport in Brazil. Served by more than 200 airlines, VINCI Airports' network handled 132 million passengers in 2016. Through its expertise as a comprehensive integrator and the professionalism of its 11,000 employees, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports, leveraging its investment capability, international network and know-how to optimize the management and performance of existing airport infrastructure, facility extensions and new construction. In 2016, its consolidated revenue amounted to €1.05 bn. More comprehensive information is available on www.vinci-airports.com

About VINCI

VINCI is a global player in concessions and construction, employing more than 183,000 people in some 100 countries. We design, finance, build and operate infrastructure and facilities that help improve daily life and mobility for all. Because we believe in all-round performance, above and beyond economic and financial results, we are committed to operating in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. And because our projects are in the public interest, we consider that reaching out to all our stakeholders and engaging in dialogue with them is essential in the conduct of our business activities. Based on that approach, VINCI's ambition is to create long-term value for its customers, shareholders, employees, partners and society in general.www.vinci.com

 

 

Appendix - Passengers and commercial movements on 30 June 2017

 

 

  1. Passenger traffic by airport

 

 

In thousands of passengers

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2017

 

% change
Q2 17/
Q2 16

Cumul. 2017
6 months

% change
H1 17/H1 16

% change 12 mths y.o.y

Portugal (ANA)

Lisbon

Porto

Faro

Madeira

Azores

 

 

 

100

100

100

100

100

14,270

6,957

2,892

2,858

936

627

+20.6

+23.1

+17.6

+19.8

+12.0

+26.2

23,529

12,137

5,018

3,760

1,621

992

+19.9

+22.3

+18.5

+18.5

+11.3

+18.3

+17.9

+19.0

+17.6

+18.5

+12.8

+14.9

 

Japan (Kansai Airports)

Kansai

Itami

 

40

40

10,404

6,650

3,754

+8.4

+8.9

+7.4

20,768

13,326

7,443

+7.6

+8.4

+6.1

+6.3

+7.0

+5.1

France

Lyon-Saint Exupéry

Nantes Atlantique

Saint-Nazaire Montoir

Rennes Bretagne

Dinard Bretagne

Grenoble Alpes Isère

Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc

Toulon Hyères

Clermont Ferrand Auvergne

Poitiers Biard


 

 

31

85

85

49

49

100

100

100

100

100

 

4,898

2,724

1,572

7

194

39

47

25

141

112

36

 

+8.5

+5.9

+13.8

-4.5

+11.6

+5.4

+54.4

+12.3

+0.2

-3.0

+17.2

8,711

4,883

2,476

13

336

52

292

164

225

194

56

53

 

+8.7

+8.2

+12.6

+0.9

+18.6

+3.7

+9.6

-15.3

-2.6

-2.8

+12.2

+7,5

 

+9.4

+10.2

+10.8

+4.2

+19.4

-7.2

+9.0

-16.2

-3.9

0.0

+1.9

 

 

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

Santiago

 

 

40

4,685

4,685

+10.0

+10.0

10,206

10,206

+9.9

+ 9.9

+10.6

+10.6

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

Phnom Penh

Siem Reap

Sihanoukville

 

 

70

70

70

1,843

963

827

53

 

+30.5

+23.7

+33.6

+269.4

4,203

1,977

2,083

143

+23.2

+20.4

+20.7

+221.3

 

+17.9

+15.7

+15,7

+168.3

Dominican Republic (Aerodom)

Santo Domingo

Puerto Plata

Samana

La Isabela

 

 

100

100

100

100

1,250

983

230

29

8

+11.4

+10.1

+18.9

+0.9

+9.0

2,669

1,914

611

94

16

 

 

 

+7.1

+5.5

+13.4

-1.0

+20.1

+5.6

+3.7

+15.9

-4.3

+5.5

 

  1. Commercial movements by airport

 

 

 

 

VINCI Airports share (%)

Q2 2017

% change Q2 17/Q2 16

Cumul.2017
6 months

% change H1 17/H1 16

12 months year-on-year

Portugal (ANA)

Lisbon

Porto

Faro

Madeira

Azores

 

 

 

100

100

100

100

100

107,145

50,757

22,401

18,578

7,750

7,644

+11.9

+11.0

+10.6

+15.9

+4.8

+20.9

185,042

92,405

40,412

25,276

13,975

12,955

+12.2

+11.3

+12.7

+14.6

+8.7

+16.5

+12.5

+11.6

+12.6

+16.6

+9.8

+13.5

Japan (Kansai Airports)

Kansai

Itami

 

40

40

79,872

45,408

34,464

+2.4

+3.3

+1.2

 

158,163

89,704

68,459

+1.8

+3.2

0.0

+1.9

+3.6

-0.2

France

Lyon-Saint Exupéry

Nantes Atlantique

Saint-Nazaire Montoir

Rennes Bretagne

Dinard Bretagne

Grenoble Alpes Isère

Chambéry Savoie Mont Blanc

Toulon Hyères

Clermont Ferrand Auvergne

Poitiers Biard

 

 

 

31

85

49

49

100

100

100

100

100

85

60,625

31,847

15,555

551

3,440

516

493

1,029

3,030

2,884

815

 

+4.8

0.0

+9.0

-2.5

+5.3

-3.0

-2.6

+25.6

+8.3

+14.8

+8.5

115,023

59,959

26,275

1,105

6,364

829

3,242

5,336

4,309

5,473

1,468

+5.7

+2.3

+8.3

+2.4

+10.3

+7.9

+6.2

+7.7

+4.1

+13.9

+4.6

+5.9

+4.3

+6.0

+7.2

+14.7

-4.3

+11.9

+5.3

-2.4

+20.7

+1.7

Chile (Nuevo Pudahuel)

Santiago

 

 

40

31,369

31,369

+8.5

+8.5

66,549

66,549

+8.4

+8.4

+6.6

+6.6

Cambodia (Cambodia Airports)

Phnom Penh

Siem Reap

Sihanoukville

 

 

70

70

70

19,852

9,594

9,378

880

+27.5

+20.9

+27.4

+223.5

42,493

18,854

21,471

2,168

+18.8

+14.3

+16.1

+173.0

 

+12.5

+9.1

+10.2

+118.3

Dominican Republic (Aerodom)

Santo Domingo

Puerto Plata

Samana

La Isabela

 


100

100

100

100

12,521

5,255

1,686

310

1,937

+7.1

+5.5

+12.3

-3.1

+12.2

 

 

 

 

26,583

17,422

4,220

816

4,125

 

 

+6.0

+5.3

+8.7

-19.4

+13.7

+4.0

+3.6

+12.1

-20.2

+3.8

 

 



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