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The Report provides a comprehensive view of the industry’s 2011/2012 financial performance
MONTRÉAL, 23 April 2013 – ACI is pleased to announce the release of its 2012 ACI Airport Economics Report.
In its 17th edition, the Report provides an invaluable measure of the airport industry’s 2011/2012 financial and economic performance based on an annual data survey of the world’s airports. Subsequent in-depth analysis was provided by ACI’s Economics, Data and Statistics Team.
The 2012 ACI Airport Economics Report is based on data collected from close to 700 airports that handled 3.76 billion passengers or 70 percent of 2011 worldwide passenger traffic. The 2012 Report was significantly expanded to cover new themes and indicators that include airport infrastructure, employment, outsourcing, ownership and regulatory models. As in previous years, financial information such as industry aeronautical and non-aeronautical income, expenses and net profit are integral elements of the report.
Abridged and Comprehensive Reports
Two versions of the Report have been prepared in response to audience analytical needs. The Abridged Report provides a broad industry snapshot, whereas the Comprehensive Report provides detailed analytical sections and performance indicators. Both versions are based on the identical sample data set of airports.
ACI 2012 Airport Economics Report
Key industry financial summaries
Industry outlook on airport finance and privatisation by Big Pond Aviation
Privatized airports and planned investments by airport compiled by Momberger Airport Information
Analytical sections by theme with graphs and tabular outputs
Detailed Statistical Annex covering selected Key Performance Indicators
1. 2012 PDF Abridged Report (Now Available for Sale)
3. 2012 PDF Comprehensive Report
Past Issues in PDF Format: 1997–2011 (Specific Year)
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Notes for Editors
ACI 2012 Airport Economics Report (Abridged Report)
The Abridged Report was produced for those who require a broad industry snapshot based on a few key financial measures. All ACI members (official representatives) will receive a complimentary copy of this publication.
This report is divided into four sections:
ACI 2012 Airport Economics Report (Comprehensive Report)
The Comprehensive Report contains several exhaustive analytical sections based on an expanded array of performance indicators.
Methodology: Composition of sample, coverage and international comparability
*Statistical Annexes – Performance Indicators
While individual airport financial data is not presented in the report, over 100 financial and economic indicators are summarized as aggregates by region, size category, regulatory model and ownership structure in the report’s annex.