Schiphol Group’s aviation unit, which plans,
controls and manages capacity at Amsterdam Schiphol, saw its revenue increase by 10.2% last year to €631
million. The airport operator’s overall revenue grew 9.4% to reach just over €1
billion, while operating expenses rose 15.2% to €759 million.
“We can look back on 2006 as a year
in which we exceeded our published financial forecasts,” says Schiphol Group CEO Gerlach Cerfontaine. “Amsterdam Airport Schiphol maintained its position as one of the four
most important airports in Europe.”
Schiphol Group expects its 2007 net profit
to be “slightly higher” than last year’s.