Turkish airports operator TAV Havalimanlari Holding, which operates a combined 10 airports in Turkey, Georgia, Macedonia and Tunisia including Istanbul Ataturk, enjoyed an increase in 2009 EBITDA of some 20% to €160-€170 million ($221.7-$235.6 million) on a 3% lift in revenue to €630-€640 million, CEO Sani Sener told Bloomberg News. "Our profitability. . .has grown bigger than sales because of measures we took to cut our spending, especially in energy. We started ...

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