Schiphol Group, which operates airports in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Eindhoven, suffered a 29% fall in profit last year to €132.7 million, which compared to the €186.9 million surplus reported in 2008. Revenue was flat at €1.15 billion as increased charges were offset by a drop in traffic, while expenses climbed 5.2% to €927 million. Operating profit slipped 36.4% to €187.1 million. Passenger numbers across the three main Dutch airports slid 7.7% to 46.2 million on an 8.4% decline in aircraft ...

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