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1 TAV Airports Holding 9M07 Financial Results 30 November

2 TAV Airports Business Overview TAV Airports Operations TAV Airports Financial Overview Conclusion Istanbul Atatürk Airport 1

3 TAV Airports Overview Airports Duty Free Food and Beverage Ground Handling Other Turkey Istanbul Atatürk Airport (100%) Ankara Esenboğa Airport (100%) Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport (Intl. Terminal) (100%) Georgia Tbilisi International Airport and Batumi Airport (60%) Tunisia (1) Monastir and Enfidha Airports (100%) ATÜ (50%) Largest duty free operator in Turkey Partner with Unifree leading German travel retailer (Travel Value) BTA (67%) 44 outlets with a total seating capacity of 4,500 in Istanbul Operates Istanbul Airport Hotel Bakery & pastry factory serving Starbucks in Turkey Havaş (100%) (3) Traffic, ramp and cargo handling Major groundhandler in Turkey with a c.49% (2) share Operates in 11 airports in Turkey including Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir and Antalya O&M, IT and Security TAV O&M (100%): Commercial area allocations CIP / VIP TAV IT (97%): Airport IT services TAV Security (67%): Security service provider in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir Revenues 9M07 (3) 232m 101m 37m 51m 37m Notes: (1) We had signed Tunisia Enfidha and Monastir airports concession agreements on May 18, 2007 (2) Based on number of flights for 9M07 (3) Revenues represent the proportional interest of these companies in TAV Airports (e.g. 50% of ATÜ revenues, 60% of Havaş and 60% of TAV Georgia) (before eliminations) 2

4 Ownership Structure 3.20% Current Shareholder Structure 18.86% 18.40% Founding shareholders 1. Tepe Turkish integrated conglomerate focused on infrastructure and construction 2. Akfen holding company operating in the construction, tourism, foreign trade, insurance and natural gas sector 4.92% % 15.71% % 4* 3.15% 25.60% Note: Goldman Sachs has announced on that it agreed to sell 10.1% stakes in TAV Airports Holding to Meinl Airports International. The share transfer will be completed in December * 34,875,000 of the shares owned by Goldman Sachs that correspond to 14.4% of our issued and outstanding share capital have been provided by Tepe, Akfen Holding and Sera to Goldman Sachs as collateral and the title of those shares have been transferred to Goldman Sachs for this purpose. A pledge granted by Goldman Sachs in favour of Tepe, Akfen Holding and Sera exists on those shares. As a result, the voting rights, right of receiving dividends, preemption rights for participating in cash share capital increase in connection with those (except for acquiring gratis shares under any share capital increase) belong to Tepe, Akfen Holding and Sera as if such shares had not been owned by Goldman Sachs Sera Yapi Endustrisi family of Dr. Sani Sener, CEO of TAV Airports 4. Goldman Sachs (Dec 2006) 5. Babcock & Brown infrastructure fund (Dec 2006) 6. Global Investment House a Kuwait based fund (Aug 2006) 7. IDB Infrastructure fund Bahrain based private investment vehicle affiliated with the Islamic Development Bank (Apr 2006) 8. Kuwait Investment Authority 9. Free Float Other shareholders 3

5 Investment Highlights #1 Airport Terminal Operator in Turkey Buoyant Turkish economy ( CAGR (1) = 7.3%) Strong passenger growth ( CAGR (2) = 11.0%) Diversified portfolio with leading market position (46% market share (3) ) Large catchment areas Clear Regulatory Framework and Earnings Visibility Agreed regulatory framework providing hard currency fees Longterm concessions (Istanbul: 2021, Ankara: 2023, Tbilisi: 2027, Tunisia: 2047) Fixed cost base and minimal ongoing maintenance capex( 4 ) Well Positioned for Growth Deregulation of domestic market Strategic shareholder base and internationally recognised JV partners Well positioned to win domestic and international concessions Development of the service business (e.g. ATÜ, BTA, Havaş) Notes: (1) TURKSTAT (2) Istanbul Ataturk Airport (excluding transit passengers) (3) Based on 2006 number of passengers (4) Minimal capex on existing concessions as all terminals are brand new. Also, the lease agreement for Istanbul mentions no additional mandatory capex for TAV 4

6 Turkey is a Fast Growing Market Attractive Market Conditions GDP and tourism growth ( ) GDP growth 7.3% (1) over the last five years In 2006 foreign visitors amounted 19.8m (2) (tourism approx 5% of GDP) 2nd largest country in Europe (population: 74m) Current passport holders represent only 11% of the Turkish population, while 50 million are under the age of 30 (3) Deregulation of domestic market (Index, 1995=100) Economic Crisis Earthquake 9/11 and bankruptcy of airlines Devaluation Bird flu Limited alternative transport infrastructure GDP Tourist Arrivals Total Passengers Source: DHMI, Passenger figures for 2006 Notes: (1) TURKSTAT (2) Ministry of Culture and Tourism (3) TURKCELL Survey 5

7 Turkish Aviation Market has Grown Rapidly 300 (Index, 1996=100) Demand is Expected to be Strong annual passenger growth forecast Domestic passengers International passengers Poland China 11,20% 9,60% 150 Czech Republic 9,50% 100 Qatar 9,20% 50 Turkey 8,90% Source: DHMİ Romania Malaysia India 8,50% 8,40% 8,40% From 1991 to 2006, the annual Turkish passenger growth rate was 11.8% pa, despite events such as the wars in Iraq, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, economic crisis (1) Turkey is the 5 th fastest growing market among countries with over 2m annual passengers for the period from 2005 to 2009 (2) UAE Pakistan Total International North Atlantic Within EU 7,60% 7,40% 5,60% 5,30% 5,10% Notes: (1) DHMI (2) IATA October 2005 Source: IATA, Top 10 highest growth countries with over 2m annual passengers (0509); Ranked by average annual growth rate for the forecast period 6

8 Earnings Visibility Aviation NonAviation Istanbul Ankara Izmir Agreed passenger service charge $15 per intl. pax 3 per dom. pax Revenue guarantees 15 per intl. pax 3 per dom. pax Fixed PSC 13m + 5% volume growth p.a. Revenue guarantees 15 per intl. pax Fixed PSC 15m +3% volume growth p.a. Duty Free and Catering Duty Free available to all international inbound and outbound passengers Increased number of shops, improved selection of products and checkin / security procedures enhanced Potential to enter local inflight catering market by 2009 Tbilisi Batumi Agreed passenger service charge $22 per intl. pax growing at 2% p.a. Fixed $6 per dom. pax Agreed passenger service charge $12 per intl. pax $7 per dom. pax Other High margin and operational leverage Minimal maintenance capex requirement Monastir & Enfidha Agreed passenger service charge 8.25 per intl. pax in per intl. pax in 2009 Note: Passenger service charges apply to departing passengers only 7

9 We are the #1 Airport Operator in Turkey Large catchment areas #1 Airport operator in Turkey Edirne Istanbul Atatürk Airport Kirklareli Tekirdag Istanbul Kocaeli Karabuk Yalova Sakarya Bolu Cankiri Duzce Ankara Balikesir Eskisehir Kirikkale Kinkkale Yozgat Kirsehir Manisa U?ak Usak Izmir Aydin Denizli Aksaray Ankara Esenboga Airport Batumi Airport Georgia Tbilisi International Airport (Passenger number, million) % MARKET SHARE Mugla Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport TAV operates 3 of the 4 largest airports in Turkey TAV is the leading airport operator in Turkey with a 46% market share The airport terminals which we operate in Turkey handled 27.3 million passengers in 2006 and 22.7 million in 9M07 (1) (2) Istanbul Antalya Ankara Izmir Source: DHMI, Passenger figures for 2006 Notes: (1) Excluding transit passengers (2) TAV only operates the international terminal, which had 1.4m passengers in

10 Developments and Strategy Developments after the IPO: May 18, 2007 A concession agreement for Tunisia Enfidha and Monastir airports is signed. May 26, 2007 TAV is granted the operation of the Batumi Int. Airport for 20 yrs. and the airport started operations July 6, 2007 The capital increase in TAV Esenboga and acquisition of the remaining 25% share of TAV Esenboga July 30, 2007 Acquisition of the remaining 5% share of TAV Izmir from Havas August 31, 2007 TAV is awarded the tender of AntalyaGazipasa Airport Lease period of 25 yrs Fixed rent payment of US$50,000 and 65% of net profit every year The strategy of focusing on boutique airports November 19, 2007 TAV increased its stake in Havas to 100% from 60% November 27, 2007 TAV signed a preliminary agreement with two Indian companies to bid for the Noida Airport Project in India. Potential projects in the region Pilsen Airport (Czech Republic) Saudi Arabia (Riyadh, Dammam, Jeddah) India 9

11 Traffic Performance Double digit passenger growth: TAV Passenger Figures (million pax) Airports M07 10M million passenger in 10M07, 10.3% growth Istanbul Ataturk Int l % 13% 11% growth in both Ankara and Izmir Dom. Ankara Esenboga Int l % 11% 7% Total int l passenger traffic grew 12% Dom. Izmir A.Mend. (int l) % 11% Georgia Tbilisi % 8% growth in domestic passenger traffic TAV Total Int l % 12% Dom % Source: Turkish State Airports Authority (DHMI), figures for JunOct period are tentative. Air Traffic Movement: TAV Air Traffic Movements ( 000) Airports M07 10M thousand ATM in 10M07, 8% growth Istanbul Ataturk Int l % 8% Dom % Int l ATM grew 9% Ankara Esenboga Int l % % Dom % 7% growth in domestic ATM Izmir A.Mend. (int l) Georgia Tbilisi % % TAV Total % Int l % Dom % Source: Turkish State Airports Authority (DHMI), figures for JunOct period are tentative. 10

12 TAV Airports Business Overview TAV Airports Operations TAV Airports Financial Overview Conclusion Ankara Esenboğa 11

13 Istanbul Atatürk Airport (100% owned) Strong growth in Passenger volume and Revenues Passenger traffic (m) 9% YoY passenger volume growth in 9M07 Revenue of 181 million in 9M07, up 7% 135 million EBITDAR in 9M07, implies 20% growth and 74% margin % CAGR yoy +9% % revenue growth in $ terms (TAV Istanbul collects US$15 per int l departing pax) M06 9M07 International Domestic Source: DHMI, Terminal passenger figures exclude transit passengers Passengers per airline (2006) Revenue ( m) Domestic International % CAGR yoy +7% THY (49%) Atlas Jet (24%) Onur Air (24%) Others (3%) Source: DHMİ THY (%47) Atlas Jet (4%) Lufthansa (4%) Onur Air (3%) KTHY (2%) Others (40%) M06 9M07 12

14 Managing our Diversified Portfolio Ankara Esenboga Airport (100% owned) Operations commenced in October 16, With the new terminal and relieved capacity constraints, Ankara is expected to grow in the coming years Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport (100% owned) Operations commenced in September 13, Diversified customer base Talks with Euro flag carriers to fly direct Tbilisi International Airport (60% owned) Operations in new terminal commenced in February 7, Capturing 98% of all air traffic in Georgia ATÜ and BTA started to operate in the new terminal Passengers per airline (2006) Passengers per airline (2006) Passengers per airline (2006) THY (70%) Pegasus (11%) Lufthansa (3%) Onur Air (3%) KTHY (3%) Atlas Jet (2%) Others (8%) Sun Express (20%) Onur Air (13%) Atlas Jet (10%) Pegasus (10%) Lufthansa (7%) KTHY (7%) THY (3%) Others (30%) Georgian Airways (29%) THY (13%) Aeroflot (8%) Azal (7%) Lufthansa (6%) Siberia (5%) Others (32%) 3.2 Total passengers (million) Total passengers (million) (*) Total passengers (000 s) yoy yoy +7.6% +17.6% % yoy +2% CAGR CAGR % M06 9M M06 9M International Domestic International Source: DHMI Source: DHMI, (*) International passengers only Source: Georgian authorities M06 Domestic 9M07 13

15 Concession agreement in Tunisia Airports in Tunisia March 16, 2007 We had submitted the best bid for the operation of Tunisia Enfidha and Monastir airports tenders April 9, 2007 We had decided to form the company TAV Tunisie SA, fully owned by TAV Airports Holding May 18, 2007 We had signed Tunisia Enfidha and Monastir airports concession agreement The concession periods of both airports will last until May 2047 The operation of the Monastir and Enfidha Airports will cover all airport activities excluding the air traffic control The concession rent fee: For the Monastir Airport, 33.7% and 11.7% of the annual revenues for 2008 and 2009 respectively, or minimum 14.8 mn p.a. Monastir and Enfidha (5060 km from Monastir) airports are located in a tourism region of Tunisia and almost all passengers are international It will increase in a linear rate between 11% to 26% of the annual revenues of the Monastir and Enfidha Airports 14

16 Monastir and Enfidha concession agreement Existing airport concession in Monastir: The operation is planned to be undertaken as of January 1, 2008 Declared capacity of 3.5m passengers per year In 2006, it has served 4.2 million passengers mainly tourists using charters The passenger service charge: 8.25 in 2008 and 9 in 2009, for the outgoing international passengers. The authorities have not guaranteed any number of passengers. For the Monastir Airport, there are service companies with ongoing current contracts. BOT airport concession in Enfidha: Building this airport, as Monastir airport capacity cannot be extended The operation shall be undertaken following the completion of the investment (latest October 2009) Formal capacity will gradually increase from 7m to 22m passengers over time The group companies within the TAV Airports Holding Inc. (ATÜ, BTA, TAV O&M, etc.) will serve at the Enfidha Airport. Initial investment of approximately 400m, 30% of which will be financed by equity and 70% by debt 15

17 ATU Duty Free (50% owned) ATU is the sole duty free operator at Istanbul Ataturk, Ankara, Izmir and Tbilisi Financial Data Competitive concession fee (~43%) paid to TAV for ATÜoperated shops in Ataturk Airport Spend per pax decreased from 15.8 in 9M06 to 14.4 in 9M07, mainly because of inclusion of Izmir & Ankara. ( m) Total Revenues EBITDA EBITDA Margin Spend per pax ( ) % % % M % M % % 108% 8% Against this, margin improvement is evident, with lower concession fee (% of revenues) of new airports. Note: Figures imply 100% of ATU ATÜ also pursues tenders outside TAV operations Revenue ( m) Spend per pax ( ) yoy +29% * M06 9M M06 9M07 * 9M07 Dutyfree spend per pax includes Istanbul ( 15.5), Ankara & Izmir; while previous periods indicate Istanbul only 16

18 BTA Catering Services (67% owned) BTA is the food and beverage operator at Istanbul Ataturk (Intl), Ankara, Izmir and Tbilisi Financial Data Total revenue increased by 51% in 9M07, reflecting the inclusion of operations at new airports and revenue from Cakes&Bakes operations. Concession fees: BTA pays c40% of its revenues to TAV Spend per pax decreased from 1.9 in 9M06 to 1.7 in 9M07, due to dilutive impact of new airports. ( m) 2004 Total Revenues 21.1 EBITDA 1.4 EBITDA Margin 6.8% Spend per pax ( ) 1.6 Note: Figures imply 100% of BTA % % 2.4 9M % 1.7 9M % % 4% 11% Still, Istanbul displayed healthy growth ( 2.0) BTA is in negotiations to provide inflight catering operations within the local market by 2009 Revenue ( m) Spend per pax ( ) yoy +51% * M06 9M M06 9M07 * 9M07 Food & beverage spend per pax includes Istanbul ( 2.0), Ankara & Izmir; while previous periods indicate Istanbul only 17

19 Havaş Ground Handling (100% owned) (*) Total revenue of Havas increased by 5% in 9M07, with 9% yoy growth in ground handling revenues. Financial Data Strong improvement in EBITDA and margins, thanks to full contribution of bus & car park services in 2007 ( m) Total Revenues EBITDA M M % 182% Favourable market characteristics with only two operators Currently operating at 11 airports in Turkey EBITDA Margin # Aircrafts handled ( 000) Note: Figures imply 100% of Havas 9.7% % % % % Formed strategic partnership with Cyprus Turkish Airlines (KTHY) to undertake ground handling operations in Nothern Cyprus (Ercan Airport) * TAV increased its stake in Havaş to 100% in Nov Revenue ( m) # Aircrafts handled ( 000) yoy 5% yoy +15% M06 9M M06 9M07 18

20 Other Services Other services income mainly contains incomes from maintenance, CIP lounge services, security services and software sales. Financial Data TAV O&M (100%), incorporated in 2004 Commercial area allocations and maintenance ( m) Total Revenues EBITDA M M % n.m. CIP / VIP EBITDA Margin 14.4% 25.1% n.m. 18.9% TAV IT (97%), become a separate entity in 2005 Note: All periods include TAV Holding except FY06 Airport IT services, software and hardware sales TAV Security (67%), became a separate entity in 2006 Security service provider in Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir Revenue ( m) Revenue Breakdown (9M07) 35.3 yoy +57% 36.5 TAV Holding 15% TAV IT 14% 23.3 TAV Security 14% M06 9M07 TAV O&M 57% 19

21 TAV Airports Business Overview TAV Airports Operations TAV Airports Financial Overview Conclusion Izmir Adnan Menderes International Terminal 20

22 Revenue Profile TAV Airports Revenues ( million) M07 9M06 Change Airports % Istanbul % Others % Services % ATU (50%) % BTA % Havas (60%) % Others % Total % Eliminations Consolidated % Total revenues increased by 28% to 373 million in the first nine months of There is no historical financial information for Ankara, Izmir and Tbilisi (only passenger data) in 9M07 the volumes at these airports were approximately 29% of Istanbul s volumes Services commenced operations at the new airports in the last months of will be the first full year of operations for the new Group (airports in Turkey) 21

23 EBITDAR Profile TAV Airports EBITDAR (*) ( million) M07 9M06 Change Airports % Istanbul % Others % Services % ATU (50%) % BTA % Havas (60%) % Others n.m. Total % Eliminations Consolidated % EBITDAR rose by 30% to 171 million in 9M07, implying 46% margin. Istanbul has a good likeforlike EBITDAR track record (*) EBITDAR figure for Istanbul includes concession rent expense 22

24 1H07 Financial Summary TAV Airports 9M07 ( million) Revenues EBITDA (*) EBITDA (*) Margin Net Debt Airports % 577 Istanbul % 345 Ankara % 121 Izmir % 89 Tbilisi (60%) % 24 Batumi (60%) Tunisia Services % 44 ATU (50%) % 11 BTA % 0 Havas (60%) % 2 Others % 35 Total % 621 Eliminations 86 1 Consolidated % 621 Contribution of new terminals in 9M07 (*) EBITDAR figure is used for Istanbul 23

25 TAV Airports Business Overview TAV Airports Operations TAV Airports Financial Overview Conclusion Istanbul Atatürk International Arrivals 24

26 Outlook Traffic passenger growth IATA forecasts 8.9% growth p.a. in Turkey THY joining Star Alliance expected to boost pax by 2 million Commercial revenues ATÜ and BTA expected to increase revenues at new airports All international passengers eligible for duty free (departing and arriving) BTA potential from inflight catering operations within local market (2009) 2007 will be the first full year of operations at Ankara, Izmir and Tbilisi New concessions Recently won two concessions in Tunisia and one in Turkey (Gazipasa) Started operations in Batumi Airport Capex Minimal maintenance capex on existing concessions as all terminals are brand new 25

27 2007 Outlook Passenger Traffic (*) Pax (million) 3,3 3,1 2,9 2,7 2,5 2,3 2,1 1,9 1,7 1,5 1,3 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec % YoY passenger growth in full year of % YoY passenger growth in full year of % YoY passenger growth in the first ten months of 2007 Source: DHMI, figures for JunOct period are tentative. (*) Combined figures for terminals operated by TAV in Turkey 26

28 Conclusion Strong Fundamentals Turkish GDP, Population & Tourist Growth $ / Based Charges Diversified Portfolio Attractive Business Model Minimal Ongoing Maintenance Capex High Future Margins & Operational Leverage = Bestinclass FCF Conversion Enhanced Platform New strategic investors, enhanced corporate governance & strengthened capital base 27

29 Appendix Istanbul Atatürk International Terminal 28

30 Share Performance Closing Price TRY 11.1 (US$ 9.4) per share Market Cap US$ 2,284 mn Avg. Daily Volume US$ 4.0 mn (last 3 months) Free Float 18.4% Foreign ownership 93.1% of free float 11,0 Price ($) 10,0 Volume ($m) 9,0 Market Performance 8,0 7,0 6,0 Notes: Share figures in this page was prepared as of 30 November, Share Price Performance YTL USD Relative to ISE100 Weekly 3% 5% 1% 1M 5% 6% 9% 3M 0% 13% 7% Since IPO 11% 31% 9% 1,3 Relative Price ($) 11,0 1,2 10,0 1,1 9,0 1,0 8,0 0,9 0,8 TAVHL ($) Relative to ISE 7,0 6,

31 Concession Overview Airport Type / expire TAV stake Scope 2006 Pax (mppa) Fee/pax Intern l Fee/pax domestic Volume guarantee Concession fee Net Debt (*) Istanbul Ataturk Concession (2021) 100% Intl + dom 21.3 US$15 3 No $165m/yr 345m Ankara Esenboga BOT (2023) 100% 0.6m Dom. Intl + dom Int l for % 121m p.a. Izmir A Menderes BOT (2015) 100% 1.0m Int l for Intl % 89m p.a. Tbilisi BOT (2027) 60% US$22 Intl + dom 0.6 US$6 No 24m (+ 2% p.a.) Batumi BOT (2027) 60% Intl + dom US$12 US$7 No Monastir & Enfidha BOT + concession (2047) 100% Intl + dom in in in in 2009 No 1126% of revenues from 2010 to m net cash (*) As of 30 September

32 Historic Overview Established under the name of Tepe Akfen Vie Yatirim Yapim ve Isletme A.S. Tepe and Akfen, together with Flughafen Wien A.G. ( Vie ) successfully tendered for BOT project for Istanbul Atatürk Airport Concession deadline 7th May 2004 BTA Catering Services was founded May 2004 BTA started operating the Istanbul International Airport Hotel August 2004 Executed the BOT agreement for Ankara Esenboğa International Airport (right to operate through mid 2023) September 2004 TAV O&M incorporated March 2006 TAV Security became a separate entity August 2006 Name changed to TAV Havalimanlari Holding A.S. September 2006 Completed the construction of Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport s international terminal October 2006 Ankara Esenboğa s new domestic and international terminals completed January 2000 ATÜ began operations International terminal building completed c.8 months ahead of schedule June 2000 Concession agreement extended through to 2 nd July 2005 in return for a 30% enlargement of the int l terminal June 2005 TAV won the tender for Ataturk Airport to operate for 15.5 years (through 2 nd Jan 2021) July 2005 TAV acquired 60% of Havaş shares TAV obtained control of the BOT for Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport (right to operate through Jan 2015) through the acquisition of Havaş August 2005 TAV IT became a separate entity September 2005 TAV Urban Georgia LLC won the BOT tender for the Tbilisi Airport (10.5 years operating contract) with a 9.5year extension granted in return for the redevelopment of the Batumi Airport February 2007 IPO: TAV Havalimanlari Holding offered million of its shares to public March 2007 TAV won the tender to operate Monastir and Enfidha Airports in Tunisia for 40 years May 2007 TAV started to operate Batumi Airport July 2007 TAV acquired remaining 25% of TAV Esenboga and 5% of TAV Izmir August 2007 TAV is awarded the tender of AntalyaGazipasa Airport November 2007 TAV increased its stake in Havaş to 100% from 60% 31

33 Board of Directors Hamdi Akin Chairman Ali Haydar Kurtdarcan Vice Chairman Ibrahim Suha Gucsav Member Ilhan II Member Mustafa Kalender Member Suleyman Son Member Irfan Erciyas Member Dr. Sani Şener Member and CEO Seref Eren Member Mehmet Erdogan Member Mumtaz Khan Member Shailesh Kumar Dash Member James Bernard Farley Member Dr. Cem Kozlu Independent member Pierre de Champfleury Independent member Positions within TAV Airports and other companies Chairman of Akfen Holding Member of Ankara Chamber of Commerce (ATO) and Turkey Industrialists and Businessmen s Association Chairman of Tepe Construction Ind. Inc Vice Chairman of Akfen Holding Chairman and member of the Board of several Tepe Group companies Member of the Boards of Tepe Group companies General Manager and Board member of Tepe Construction Board member of Akfen Holding Chief Executive Officer of TAV Airports Adviser, TAV Airports External Affairs Coordinator, TAV Airports Chairman and CEO of Emerging Markets Partnership (Bahrain) Global Investment House (Kuwait) Babcock & Brown Independent Board Member Independent Board Member Tepe / Akfen Holding related non executives Executives Strategic shareholder representatives Independent 32

34 Consolidated Income Statement ( million) M07 9M06 Continuing operations Operating income Other operating income Cost of inventory sold, service rendered (40.8) (60.6) (78.5) (63.9) (57.4) Employee benefit expense (25.6) (40.8) (69.8) (76.0) (48.0) Concession rent expenses (69.9) (133.3) (105.3) (105.3) Depreciation and amortization expense (94.3) (51.3) (16.3) (36.7) (6.3) Other operating expenses (29.6) (54.1) (83.9) (61.3) (54.1) Operating profit Investment income Other gains and losses (0.8) (0.2) Finance costs (net) (8.3) (40.3) (83.7) (56.5) (43.3) Transaction gain/(loss) (net) (16.4) 27.2 (9.8) (5.6) (13.2) Monetary gain/(loss) (net) (0.1) 0.1 Profit/(loss) before tax (55.2) (24.5) (24.0) Income tax benefit /(expense) (0.7) 9.9 (9.1) 4.6 (16.6) Profit/(loss) for the period from continuing operations (64.3) (20.0) (40.6) Attributable to: Equity holders of the parent (59.3) (20.9) (41.5) Minority interest (0.6) 3.3 (5.0) (64.3) (20.0) (40.6) Weighted average number of shares outstanding 40,000, ,000, ,226, ,958, ,000,000 Earnings / (loss) per share basic and diluted: (0.29) (0.09) (0.21) 33

35 Consolidated Balance Sheet ( million) Current Assets Cash and cash equivalents Restricted bank balances Prepaid concession expenses, current portion Other current assets Total Current Assets Non Current Assets Builtoperatetransfer (BOT) Investment (net) Prepaid concession expenses Other noncurrent assets Total NonCurrent Assets TOTAL ASSETS , , ,316.5 Current Liabilities Bank loans, current portion Other current liabilities Total Current Liabilities Non Current Liabilities Bank loans Other non current liabilities Total NonCurrent Liabilities Equity Equity attributable to equity holders of the parent Minority interest Total Equity TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY , , ,

36 Consolidated Cash Flow Statement ( million) M07 9M06 Operating activities Profit / (Loss) for the period (64.3) (20.0) (40.6) Adjustments to reconcile net profit to net cash provided by operating activities: Amortization of concession asset Depreciation of BOT Investments Unrealized foreign exchange differences on loans 1.5 (6.3) (30.1) (11.1) (20.4) Accrued interest income (3.6) (11.9) (0.4) (1.3) (9.8) Accrued interest expense Other Operating cash flows before movements in working capital Change in working capital 3.5 (145.8) (154.7) (147.9) Cash generated from operations (8.9) Income taxes paid (2.4) (2.3) (3.5) (2.7) (1.8) Interest paid (7.9) (6.8) (57.0) (29.5) (32.7) Retirement benefits paid (0.1) (1.6) (0.9) (0.5) (0.3) Net cash provided from / (used in) operating activities (4.6) (70.2) (14.9)

37 Consolidated Cash Flow Statement ( million) Investing activities Additions to BOT Investments Other investments Net cash used in investing activities 2004 (19.3) (94.8) (114.1) M07 9M06 (126.9) (315.4) (44.5) (268.9) (678.6) (12.7) (18.7) (805.5) (166.1) (57.2) (287.6) Cash Flows from Financing Activities New borrowings raised Repayment of borrowings (81.7) (103.1) (236.7) (251.4) (155.4) Decrease in restricted bank balances 81.7 (5.3) Premium in excess of par Dividends paid (45.9) (4.1) (0.4) Other (20.8) (13.2) 10.5 Net cash provided from financing activities (23.8) NET (DECREASE)/INCREASE IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS (30.9) (6.8) (0.3) CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT THE BEGINNING OF PERIOD CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT THE END OF PERIOD

38 Disclaimer This presentation does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy or acquire any shares of TAV Havalimanlari Holding A.Ş. (the "Company") in any jurisdiction or an inducement to enter into investment activity. No information set out in this document or referred to in such other written or oral information will form the basis of any contract. The information used in preparing these materials was obtained from or through the Company or the Company s representatives or from public sources. No reliance may be placed for any purposes whatsoever on the information contained in this presentation or on its accuracy, completeness or fairness. The information in this presentation is subject to verification, completion and change. While the information herein has been prepared in good faith, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is or will be made and no responsibility or liability is or will be accepted by the Company or any of its group undertakings, employees or agents as to or in relation to the accuracy, completeness or fairness of the information contained in this presentation or any other written or oral information made available to any interested party or its advisers and any such liability is expressly disclaimed. This disclaimer will not exclude any liability for, or remedy in respect of fraudulent misrepresentation by the Company. This presentation contains forwardlooking statements. These statements, which may contain the words anticipate, believe, intend, estimate, expect and words of similar meaning, reflect the Company s beliefs, opinions and expectations and, particularly where such statements relate to possible or assumed future financial or other performance of the Company, are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially. These risks and uncertainties include, among other factors, changing business or other market conditions and the prospects for growth anticipated by the management of the Company. These and other factors could adversely affect the outcome and financial effects of the plans and events described herein. These forwardlooking statements speak only as at the date of this presentation. The Company expressly disclaim any obligation or undertaking to disseminate any updates or revisions to any forwardlooking statements contained herein to reflect any change in the Company s expectations with regard thereto or any change in events, conditions or circumstances on which any such statement is based. Past performance cannot be relied upon as a guide to future performance. As a result, you are cautioned not to place reliance on such forwardlooking statements. Information in this presentation was prepared as of 30 November,

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