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Final Version - State of the Industry at the ACI EUROPE Airport Trading Conference, Oslo 24 April 2012

by Olivier Jankovec, Director General, ACI EUROPE
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Transcript of Final Version - State of the Industry at the ACI EUROPE Airport Trading Conference, Oslo 24 April 2012

THANK
YOU
DEVELOP NEW REVENUE STREAMS
Commercial Revenues
now account
for 47% of total
airport revenues
Olivier Jankovec, Director General
21st ACI EUROPE Airport Trading Conference
Oslo, 24 April 2012

Twitter Hashtag: #acioslo
WWW.ACI-EUROPE.ORG
GROW INTERNATIONALLY
& ALLIANCES
STATE OF THE AIRPORT INDUSTRY
Capacity
contrasted resilience
TRAFFIC
2012
the moment of truth!
January/February
Traffic Determinants
- Fuel Prices
- Sovereign Debt Crises & GDP forecast
- National Aviation Taxes
- EU ETS
- Fallout Arab Spring
TRADING CONDITIONS
BEYOND
2013
CHALLENGES
headwinds
Revenues
Stable Operating Costs
& strong efficiency gains
of total costs
(28% in 2009)
48%
of Europe's airports
are loss-making
+14%
Non-aeronautical
revenues
48% of total revenues
(€13.7 billion)
Spiking Capital Costs
Passengers +3.1%
Freight -4.6%
Movements -1.6%
2011
EUR GDP & Airport Traffic
National GDP & Airport Traffic
Crunch time by 2030!
Quality
Policy & Regulation
Strategic relevance of aviation & airports
Competitive disadvantage
Passengers
(+5.2%)

Freight

Movements
Airline Fundamentals
Yield is KING!
Renewed route volatility
Increased network seasonality
+7.3%
+1.4%
+4.1%
€30
billion
+9% (2010)
Aeronautical
revenues:
Airline charges:

= million for airlines

Passenger charges:

= under-recovery of billion
for airports
-7%
-€353
+15%
€4
31%
Uneven Performance
Public Finance retreating
& public shareholder 'greed'

Regulatory compliance costs:


Worsening profitability
CAPEX 2012-2016: €43.3 billion
New EC State Aid rules
License to Grow
New operational processes
Passenger-focused technology
Social media
€28.7
billion
+9% (2010)
Costs
Security
LAGs 2013?
Better Security
Airports' Commercial activities
Airline instability
LCC growth slowing
Hub & Spoke model viability
= difficult airline/airport alignment
Part of the Airport Experience
Competitive business operations
Increasing innovation
- BUT one bag rule still damaging
"We're going to be very, very tough about routes that aren't working.“
Carolyn McCall, CEO Easyjet
i) Provide LEGAL CERTAINTY - airports expansion & charges

ii) Reduce OPERATING COSTS - security, safety, environment

iii) Provide NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES - liberalisation
Basic Principles
HOW IS
BUSINESS?

Intra-European Network Restructuring
Capacity
Security, Safety & Environment
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