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Fraport Places Promissory Note
Fraport Reports Sept Passenger Decline Of 82.9% Y/Y
Fraport Sees Positive Q3 Operating Result For Overseas Business
Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide is a Germany-based airport services provider and owner and operator of airports. The Company operates through four segments: Aviation, Retail and Real Estate, Ground Handling and External Activities and Services. The Aviation segment provides airside and terminal management, corporate safety and security services and airport security management; the Retail and Real Estate segment offers retail space and properties; the Ground Handling segment offers a broad range of ground services, and the External Activities and Services segment provides global investments and management, integrated facility management, information and telecommunication services and corporate infrastructure management.
Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide
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Member of the Executive Board, Executive Director Controlling and Finance
Member of the Executive Board, Executive Director Operations
Michael W. Mueller
Member of the Executive Board, Executive Director Labor Relations
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* SAYS CARGO -19.8% IN LAST WEEK Source text: https://tinyurl.com/ydaunfhk Further company coverage: (Reporting by Berlin Speed Desk)
Fraport <FRAG.DE> confirmed on Wednesday it is cutting between 3,000 and 4,000 of its 22,000 jobs as the German airport operator predicted that air traffic that has collapsed due to the coronavirus pandemic will not recover in the next few years.
Fraport Slovenia, a unit of Germany's airport service provider Fraport which manages Slovenia's main airport Ljubljana, plans to cut jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company said on Friday.
* SAYS CARGO -17.4% IN LAST WEEK Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
* SAYS CARGO -14.4% IN LAST WEEK Source text: https://tinyurl.com/ycvx3mvt Further company coverage: (Reporting by Berlin Speed Desk)
* SAYS CARGO -8.0% IN LAST WEEK Further company coverage: (Reporting by Berlin Speed Desk)
* SAYS FLIGHT OPERATIONS DOWN 85.8% IN LAST WEEK Further company coverage: (Reporting by Berlin Speed Desk)
German airport operator Fraport <FRAG.DE> said on Wednesday it would propose to the annual general meeting to carry forward net profits from the 2019 financial year into revenue reserves as it struggles to deal with the impact of the coronavirus.
Frankfurt Airport operator Fraport <FRAG.DE> said on Tuesday that passengers had dropped by 73.5% to 331,353 in the last week while cargo fell by 20.4% as the world battles a coronavirus outbreak.
German airport operator Fraport <FRAG.DE> said on Friday that passenger numbers at its key Frankfurt airport dropped by around 30% in the first week of March due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Passenger numbers at Frankfurt airport have declined by about 40% compared with normal times due to the coronavirus epidemic, German magazine Der Spiegel reported on Thursday.
The number of passengers at Frankfurt airport, Germany's largest hub, declined by 14.5% year-on-year in the last week of February, operator Fraport <FRAG.DE> said on Thursday, pointing to the coronavirus pandemic.
Flights to and from Frankfurt airport, Germany's largest, had to be suspended twice on Monday after drone sightings.
Around 180 flights to and from Frankfurt airport were canceled on Sunday, a spokeswoman for airport operator Fraport said, and severe disruptions were expected on the railway as storm Sabine hit Germany.
Ljubljana airport should be able to replace most flights lost in the collapse of Slovenia's Adria Airways within a year and a half, its manager and owner Fraport said on Tuesday.
Passengers using Frankfurt Airport on Sunday should brace for possible delays as some routes will be altered while engineers dispose of a World War Two bomb, operating company Fraport said on Friday.
Flight operations at Frankfurt airport, Germany's busiest hub, have resumed after a drone sighting near the airport prompted an air traffic stoppage, operating company Fraport said on Thursday.
Frankfurt airport operator Fraport <FRAG.DE> expects no hit to its business due to Britain's departure from the European Union, Chief Financial Officer Matthias Zieschang told German daily Boersen-Zeitung.
German union Verdi has called on security staff at Frankfurt airport <FRAG.DE> to go on strike on Tuesday to put pressure on firms in charge of screening passengers and luggage in wage talks.
Frankfurt airport operator Fraport is refreshing its shopping areas with more pop-up stores and food and drink as it battles a drop in falling retail revenue.
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