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European airports face difficult year ahead - S&P

A new report has highlighted the difficulties that lie ahead for European airports, including lower passenger numbers.

31st May, 2012

European airports look set to experience lower passenger levels and the adverse effects of a struggling European economy for the remainder of the year, according to a report published today by Standard and Poor's.

"We believe that European airports' credit quality remains at risk from the weak economic environment, particularly in the Eurozone which could limit any improvement in credit

metrics," said Standard and Poor's credit analyst Amy Eddy.

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