Amsterdam Airport Schiphol operator Schiphol Group reported a net profit of €69.2 million ($89 million) for the first half of 2010, more than three times the €22.4 million it earned in the year-ago period, despite the impact of the volcanic ash-related airspace closures in April and May. The ash cloud caused around €12 million in lost revenue, comprising around €9.7 million from airport charges and about €2.7 million from its consumer business unit, and had a ...

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