Schiphol airport saw its earnings fall 8.3% in the first six months of this year, despite a rise in passenger numbers.
Net profit fell from €96m to €88m, due to the sale of property and the cost of carrying out government-ordered security measures, the airport said in a statement.
CEO Gerlach Cerfontaine said the new flight tax introduced in July and spiraling kerosene costs would further hit the airport’s finances.
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