A surge in passenger traffic propelled Turkey-based airports operator TAV Airports Holding to a record first-half profit, the company said. A 31% leap in passenger numbers meant the company handled 67 million passengers in the first six months of 2018 and led to a 55% rise in net profit, to €93 million ($107.9 million). TAV operates 15 airports and provides services at 63 more. The year to date has seen record passenger flows at most of the 15 locations where TAV operates the airport, ...

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