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Aeroports de Paris reports stronger growth in revenues than in passenger traffic for first half.

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Aeroport de Paris (Pink Sheets:AEOPF) (Paris:ADP) has reported that for the first six months of the year, its revenues rose to EUR1,081.4m, a growth of 9%, a figure that surpassed passenger traffic growth, which was 4.4%.

Aeroport de Paris also said that retailing makes a strong contribution, thanks to Societe de Distribution Aeroportuaire.

Passenger traffic at Aeroports de Paris increased 4.4% to 41.5m passengers in the first six months of 2007 compared to the same period in 2006. Passenger traffic was reportedly up 4.9% to 28.5m passengers at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport and 3.4% to 13m passengers at the Paris-Orly airport.

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