Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport reinforced its position as Europe’s fourth largest airport in 2011 by increased market share over rivals.
Revenue rose by €98 million to almost €1.3 billion last year over 2010 resulting in a net profit up to €194 million from €169 million.
Passenger numbers rose by 10% to a record 49.8 million as the number of direct connections increased to 313 including 12 new destinations served by Air France-KLM.
Schiphol's competitive position was “visibly strengthened” with a greater market share as it came fourth in the league of Europe’s largest airports after Heathrow, Paris CDG and Frankfurt.
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