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Montenegro's Aerodromi Crne Gore expects 10 mln euro net profit for 2023

Jan 16, 2024, 1:42:40 PMArticle by Djordje Jajcanin
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January 16 (SeeNews) - Montenegro’s state-owned airport operator Aerodromi Crne Gore said it expects to post close to 10 million euro ($11 million) net profit for 2023.

Montenegro's Aerodromi Crne Gore expects 10 mln euro net profit for 2023
Photo: Vladan Draskovic

Aerodromi Crne Gore evaluates at 12 million euro its operating profit for 2023, the head of the board of directors, Eldin Dobardzic, said in a video statement posted on the company's website last month.

He recalled that in 2022, the airport operator recorded a 2.4 million euro net profit.

Dobardzic also said that the airport operator's total revenue rose 35% on the year to 42 million euro in January-November 2023.

Montenegro's two international airports - in the Adriatic town of Tivat and in the capital Podgorica, handled 2.51 million passengers last year, up from 1.92 million in 2022.

$ = 0.9185 euro

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