Interim Release Q3/9M 2017

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1 Overview by the Executive Board November 2, 207 In the first nine months of 207, the airports of the Fraport Group recorded strong passenger development. At approximately 48.9 million, passenger numbers at Frankfurt Airport reached an all-time high (+4.6%). In line with the global economic development, cargo volume rose by 5.% to over.6 million metric tons. The Group airports consistently posted strong in part double-digit growth rates in passenger numbers. Group revenue increased by 3.7% in the first nine months of 207 to 2,228.8 million ( million). At the Frankfurt site, the increase is also due to higher airport charges based on passenger growth and the increase in charges on average by.9% as of January, 207, increased income from security services, higher revenue in connection with the sale of land as well as higher retail revenue. Beyond the Frankfurt site, the take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports (hereinafter referred to as: Fraport Greece) and the Group company Lima primarily contributed to revenue growth. An increase in operating expenses was mainly due to higher personnel expenses at Fraport AG, a rise in traffic-related concession payments in Lima and slightly higher expenses in connection with the increase in revenue from the sale of land in the Retail & Real Estate segment as well as the take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports in the External Activities & Services segment. Correspondingly, Group EBITDA and Group EBIT rose significantly, coming in at million (+9.4%) and million (+25.7%), respectively. The improved financial result (from 79.0 million to 65.6 million) triggered a noticeable increase in Group EBT to million (+35.3%). The good Group-wide operating development, in particular the operating result of Fraport Greece, led to a significant rise in operating cash flow, and also impacted the free cash flow, which increased by 77.8 million to million in the first nine months of 207 (+25.%). Net financial debt increased mainly due to the financing in connection with Fraport Greece as well as the take-over of concessions of the Brazilian airports Fortaleza and Porto Alegre (hereinafter referred to as: Fraport Brasil) by,20.0 million to 3,556.9 million. The gearing ratio reached a level of 92.%. Given the take-over of concessions as well as the planned capital expenditure in connection with Fraport Brasil, as already reported as at March 3, 207, the Executive Board expects for the fiscal year 207 a further increase in net financial debt of approximately 300 million compared to the forecast as at December 3, 206. The Executive Board therefore expects an overall increase in the Group net financial debt in fiscal year 207 of approximately.2 billion (206 Annual Report: an increase of approximately 900 million). In this regard, the Executive Board as already reported as at June 30, 207 also expects start-up costs of up to 5 million in the current fiscal year, which will be incurred in the segment External Activities & Services. Following the end of the first nine months of 207, the Executive Board maintains its further forecasts for the Group's asset, financial, and earnings position as well as its forecasts for segment development for the fiscal year 207. Overall, the Executive Board describes the operating and financial performance in the reporting period as positive.

2 Key figures million 9M 207 9M 206 Change in % Revenue 2,228.8, Revenue adjusted by IFRIC 2 2,205.8, EBITDA EBIT EBT Group result Earnings per share (basic) ( ) Operating cash flow Free cash flow Shareholders equity 4,032. 3, Liquidity,40.7, Net financial debt 3, , , Gearing ratio (%) ,7 PP - Total assets,07.6 8, , Average number of employees 20,659 20, xxx 0 0xxx xxx million Q3 207 Q3 206 Change in % Revenue Revenue adjusted by IFRIC EBITDA EBIT EBT Group result Earnings per share (basic) ( ) Operating cash flow Free cash flow Average number of employees 2,008 20, xxx xxx xxx xxx xxx Figures as at December 3, 206. Note on quarterly figures The quarterly figures concerning the asset, financial, and earnings position have been determined in accordance with the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as applicable in the EU. The interim release does not include complete interim financial statements in accordance with International Accounting Standard (IAS) 34. The interim release was not reviewed or audited by an independent auditor. The following change in particular occurred in the first nine months of 207 compared to the same period of the previous year: On April, 207, Fraport took over operations of 4 Greek Regional Airports. Revenue generated in the first nine months of 207 was 8.4 million, which stood in contrast to operating expenses amounting to 74.6 million. Fraport Greece generated EBITDA of 06.2 million, EBIT of 84.8 million, and a result of 29.0 million. 2

3 Operating Performance Traffic development at the group sites Airport Share in % 9M 207 Passengers % 9M 207 Cargo 2 % 9M 207 Movements % Frankfurt 00 48,865, ,627, , Ljubljana 00,297, , , Fraport Greece ,902, n.a. n.a. 93, Lima ,268, , , Twin Star 60 4,679, , , Antalya 3 5/50 2,73, n.a. n.a. 26, Hanover 30 4,498, , ,7.0 St. Petersburg 25 2,609, n.a. n.a. 6, Xi an ,77, , , Delhi 0 46,365, , , Airport Share in % Q3 207 Passengers % Q3 207 Cargo 2 % Q3 207 Movements % Frankfurt 00 8,90, , , Ljubljana , , , Fraport Greece ,263, n.a. n.a., Lima ,583, , , Twin Star 60 3,385, , , Antalya 5/50 3 2,243, n.a. n.a. 67, Hanover 30,936, , , St. Petersburg 25 5,466, n.a. n.a. 45, Xi an 24.5,6, , , Delhi 0 5,462, , , Commercial traffic only, in + out + transit. 2 Air freight + air mail in m.t. 3 Share of voting rights: 5%, Dividend share: 50%. The passenger traffic in Frankfurt set a new record in the first nine months of 207 with nearly 48.9 million passengers (+4.6%). Adjusted for cancellations due to strikes and weather in the reporting period as well as the fact that this is not a leap year, the growth rate would be approximately 5.3%. Both the European and intercontinental traffic developed positively. In addition to the expansion of services offered mainly on inner-european connections, this was particularly due to a high level of growth in tourism-related traffic to Southern Europe and North Africa which benefited from weak traffic to Turkey. In addition, high-volume markets in the Far East such as China, Korea, and Japan achieved high growth rates. Without exception, the airports beyond the Frankfurt site posted strong passenger growth with, in part, double-digit growth rates. In particular, the passenger development in Antalya recovered significantly compared to the previous year. 3

4 Financial Performance The group s results of operations Revenue Group revenue increased by 3.7% in the first nine months of 207 to 2,228.8 million ( million). In Frankfurt, the increase is also due to higher airport charges based on passenger growth and the increase in charges on average by.9% as of January, 207, increased income from security services, higher revenue in connection with the sale of land (9M 207: 20.8 million compared to 9M 206: 3.7 million) as well as higher retail revenue (+ 4.2 million). Outside of Frankfurt, significant contributions to revenue growth came from Fraport Greece (+ 8.4 million) and the Group company Lima (+ 9.7 million). Group revenue included revenue of 23.0 million in the reporting period in connection with the application of IFRIC 2 (9M 206: 5. million). Expenses Operating expenses (cost of materials, personnel expenses, and other operating expenses) amounting to,473. million were 40.6 million higher than in the previous year. The higher amount in expenses resulted from collective bargaining agreements for employees of Fraport AG (+ 3.5 million), from the increased provision for the personnel restructuring program (+ 9. million) due to postponements of individual options within the package of measures, higher concession payments in Lima related to traffic (+ 0.3 million) as well as slightly higher expenses related to the increase in revenue from the sale of land (+ 3.0 million). The take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports also increased the Group operating expenses ( million). Group expenses included 23.0 million in the reporting period in connection with the application of IFRIC 2 (9M 206: 5. million). EBITDA and EBIT Group EBITDA increased by 3.0 million, coming to million (+9.4%). An EBITDA contribution of 06.2 million was attributed to Fraport Greece. Higher depreciation and amortization, in particular in connection with Fraport Greece (+ 2.3 million), as well as unscheduled depreciation and amortization due to the loss of the concessions tender for the Boston Airport within the Group company Fraport USA (+ 6. million) stood in contrast to lower depreciation and amortization expenses for Fraport AG ( 6.9 million). Accordingly, Group EBIT was million (+ 0.5 million or +25.7%). Financial result The significant improvement in the negative financial result (from 79.0 million to 65.6 million) was primarily due to higher earnings from companies accounted for using the equity method, which developed positively mainly as a result of the Group company Antalya ( million) and the Group company Xi'an (+ 3.8 million). In the other financial result, the market valuation of derivatives had a positive effect. The interest result worsened due to interest expenses related to financing the initial payment as well as the compounding of concession liabilities within the scope of the take-over of the operations of the Greek Regional Airports ( 26.8 million). EBT, Group result, and EPS The improved financial result led to a significant increase in EBT by 23.9 million to million (+35.3%). With expenses from taxes on income of 32.3 million (9M 206:.9 million), the Group result was million ( million). This resulted in basic earnings per share of 3.35 (+.00). 4

5 Results of operations for segments in Mio Revenue Personnel expenses EBITDA EBIT Segment 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % Aviation Retail & Real Estate Ground Handling External Activities & Services in Mio Revenue Personnel expenses EBITDA EBIT Segment Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Aviation Retail & Real Estate Ground Handling External Activities & Services > >00 Aviation Revenue increased by 4.0% to 72.0 million ( million). In addition to the passenger growth, positive factors at the Frankfurt site were the increase in airport charges as of January, 207 by an average of.9% as well as higher revenue from security services. Additional expenses resulted, in particular, in connection with the increased provision for the personnel restructuring program (+ 2. million), higher wages at Fraport AG (+ 2.9 million) and at the Group company FraSec GmbH (+ 4.7 million). In addition, the increased expenses in connection with capital expenditure that could not be capitalized had an increasing effect on the segment s non-staff costs (+ 4.0 million). EBITDA was up by 8.9 million on the previous year, at 20.3 million (+4.6%). Lower depreciation and amortization led to an EBIT of 3.7 million (+5.4%). Retail & Real Estate At million, revenue was 6.3% above the previous year s value ( million). The positive revenue development was due to, amoung other things, higher proceeds from the sale of land (9M 207: 20.8 million compared to 9M 206: 3.7 million). In addition, passenger growth had a positive effect on retail revenue (+ 4.2 million) this included additional advertising revenue amounting to 2.5 million as well as on parking revenue (+ 4. million). The net retail revenue per passenger decreased by 2.% to 3.3 compared to the previous year (9M 206: 3.38). In addition to the depreciation of various currencies against the Euro, which led to reduced purchasing power, the reasons for this decrease were also changes to the passenger mix and a disproportionate increase in the number of passengers on European routes. Other income decreased by 3.9 million, primarily as a result of allowances on accounts receivable released in the reporting period of the previous year. A moderate increase in personnel expenses (+ 2.4 million) as well as slightly higher cost of materials associated with increased proceeds from the sale of land (+ 3.0 million) led to EBITDA of million (+2.2%). With depreciation and amortization virtually unchanged, segment EBIT stood at million (+3.2%). 5

6 Ground Handling In the reporting period, revenue was slightly above the previous year s level (+0.9%) at million. This is mainly due to increased revenue from ground services at the Frankfurt site. Personnel expenses, in particular, rose due to higher wages at Fraport AG (+ 5. million) as well as in connection with the increased provision for the personnel restructuring program (+ 4.0 million). Correspondingly, EBITDA decreased to 38. million ( 6.8 million). The segment EBIT was 8.5 million ( 7.0 million). External Activities & Services Revenue in the External Activities & Services segment grew significantly by 23.7 million on the previous year to reach 63.0 million (+5.2%). Revenue development was mainly driven by Fraport Greece (+ 8.4 million) and the Group company Lima (+ 9.7 million). Revenue included 23.0 million in connection with the application of IFRIC 2 (9M 206: 5. million). Operating expenses increased in part due to the increased provision for the personnel restructuring program (+.8 million) and due to higher wages (+ 3.5 million), both at the Frankfurt site. The take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports also increased the segment s operating expenses ( million). In addition, there were higher traffic-related concession payments in the Group company Lima (+ 0.3 million) and higher expenses in the service units at the Frankfurt site. Segment expenses included 23.0 million in connection with the application of IFRIC 2 (9M 206: 5. million). Correspondingly, EBITDA recorded a significant increase by 22.6 million to 280. million (+77.8%). Higher depreciation and amortization in connection with Fraport Greece (+ 2.3 million), as well as unscheduled depreciation and amortization due to the loss of the concession tender for the Boston Airport within the Group company Fraport USA (+ 6.5 million) resulted in EBIT of 92.4 million ( million). Development of the key Group companies outside of Frankfurt (IFRS values before consolidation including Group adjustments) Fully Revenue in million EBITDA in million EBIT in million Result in million consolidated Share Group companies in % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % Fraport USA Fraport Slovenija Fraport Greece Lima Twin Star Group companies Revenue in million EBITDA in million EBIT in million Result in million accounted for using the equity method Share in % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % 9M 207 9M 206 Δ % Antalya 3 5/ > Hanover Pulkovo/Thalita Xi'an

7 Fully consolidated Group companies Revenue in million EBITDA in million EBIT in million Result in million Share in % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Fraport USA Fraport Slovenija Fraport Greece Lima Twin Star Group companies Revenue in million EBITDA in million EBIT in million Result in million accounted for using the equity method Share in % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Q3 207 Q3 206 Δ % Antalya 3 5/ > >00 Hanover Pulkovo/Thalita >00 Xi'an Revenue adjusted by IFRIC 2: Lima 9M 207: million (9M 206: million), Q3 207: 79.2 million (Q3 206: 75.6 million); Fraport Greece 9M 207: 72.0 million, Q3 207: 5.2 million. 2 Operations from April, Share of voting rights: 5%, Dividend share: 50%. 4 Figures according to the separate financial statement. Asset and capital structure At,07.6 million, total assets as at September 30, 207 were 2,44.8 million above the comparable value as at December 3, 206 (+24.2%). Non-current assets increased primarily due to higher investments in airport operating projects in connection with the take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports these included the paid initial payment, capitalized minimum concession payments, and capital expenditure in the infrastructure of the airports by 2,20. million to 9,87.8 million. Current assets rose slightly despite a decline in cash and cash equivalents from the financing of Fraport Greece mainly due to higher trade accounts receivable as at the balance sheet date by 24.7 million to,99.8 million (+2.%). Shareholders equity increased by 90.7 million in comparison to the 206 balance sheet date to 4,032. million (+5.0%). This is mainly due to the positive Group result and the payment of shareholders equity by the minority shareholder of Fraport Greece. The shareholders' equity ratio was at 35.% (December 3, 206: 40.6%). Non-current liabilities increased significantly due to higher financial liabilities and other liabilities by,769.3 million to 5,88.8 million (+43.0%). Current liabilities rose noticeably in the reporting period from 98.9 million to,03.7 million (+20.%). This was primarily due to an increase in other liabilities and provisions for taxes on income. The current and non-current liabilities particularly increased as part of the financing of Fraport Greece. Gross debt was 4,697.6 as at September 30, 207 (December 3, 206: 3,603.4 million). Liquidity declined by 06.8 million to,40.7 million. As a result of the financing activities in connection with Fraport Greece and Fraport Brasil, the net financial debt correspondingly rose by,20.0 million to 3,556.9 million (December 3, 206: 2,355.9 million). The gearing ratio reached a level of 92.% (December 3, 206: 65.4%). 7

8 Statement of cash flows The cash flow from operating activities (operating cash flow) increased significantly by 86.9 million to million (+37.3%) in the first nine months of 207. This increase was due to the significant improvement of the operating activities due to the operating contribution from Fraport Greece. The cash flow used in investing activities excluding investments in cash deposits and securities was substantially up,58.5 million on the previous year at,770. million. This is mainly due to the initial payment of approximately.2 billion at the beginning of the take-over of operations of the Greek Regional Airports, which increased capital expenditure for airport operating projects. The distributed dividends of the previous year of the Group company Antalya, which is accounted for using the equity method, had a countering effect. Due to the increased operating cash flow, free cash flow also rose by 77.8 million to million. Taking into account investments in and revenue from securities and promissory note loans as well as payments from time deposits, the cash outflow for investments was,532.9 million (9M 206: cash outflow of 52.0 million). As a result of new financial liabilities from the financing of Fraport Greece, and corresponding capital contributions from noncontrolling interests, there was a cash inflow from financing activities as at September 30, 207 of,002.8 million (9M 206: cash outflow of 330. million). Taking into account exchange rate fluctuations, Fraport reported cash and cash equivalents based on the statement of cash flows of 60.4 million as at September 30, 207 (9M 206: million). Events after the Balance Sheet Date There were no significant events for the Fraport Group after the balance sheet date. Report on Forecast Changes Risk and opportunities report In the first nine months of 207, there were the following changes to the risks and opportunities as presented in the risk and opportunities report in the 206 Annual Report starting on page 75: There have been ongoing discussions between the Fraport AG works council and the company s Executive Board since April 207 due to an amendment subsequently put forth by the works council in regard to determining the budget amount for the 206 employee profit-sharing plan. This matter is currently undergoing a legal review. After attempts to settle out of court were unsuccessful, the works council of Fraport AG initiated legal proceedings. In the event that the risk materializes, this would result in a substantial negative effect, unchanged as reported as at June 30, 207. Fraport AG carries out its capital expenditure for construction in two separate programs: FRA-Nord for projects in infrastructure and Extension for projects meant to expand capacity. In the Group management report as at December 3, 206, Fraport reported on the potential risks of these capital expenditure projects and the Expansion South project (see 206 Annual Report starting on page 86). After transferring the Extension South project to the subsidiary established in the previous fiscal year, FAS GmbH, and the corresponding reorganization of the capital expenditure projects and the capital expenditure budget, a risk position specific to this project will be calculated and evaluated. This will show, in particular, the risks of future supply based on developments in the supply markets as well as the developments of various market requirements of customers. The potential loss from the capital expenditure projects (thus far up to 300 million net, see 206 Annual Report on page 86) increases by adding the risk elements of Expansion South to up to 400 million net (impact level: very high ). Taking the project-related monitoring measures into account, the probability of the risk materializing is possible. 8

9 Business outlook Forecasted business development for 207 Due to the significant rise in demand and increases in offers, and the current traffic development, the Executive Board, as already reported as at June 30, 207, expects a growth rate of around 5% for the fiscal year 207 at the Frankfurt site (206 Annual Report: passenger growth between 2% and 4%). As also already reported as at June 30, 207, regarding the cargo tonnage handled, the Executive Board anticipates for the fiscal year 207 an increase of 4% compared to 206 (Interim release Q2/6M: up to 4%, 206 Annual Report: moderate increase). For the 4 Greek Regional Airports, the Executive Board based on the development of traffic in the reporting period now expects an increase in passenger numbers by approximately 0% in 207 (206 Annual Report: over 5%). The traffic outlook for the Group airports St. Petersburg, Antalya, Varna, Burgas, Lima, Xi an, and Ljubljana as reported as at June 30, 207 remains unchanged: The development of traffic at St. Petersburg Airport has recovered significantly in the current fiscal year and, in comparison to 206, passenger growth in the double-digit percentage range is now expected (206 Annual Report: slight recovery). The Executive Board also expects significant double-digit passenger growth for Antalya Airport as compared to the previous year (206 Annual Report: growth in the low double-digit percentage range). In particular, traffic from Russia recovered in the reporting period due to the lifting of sanctions by Russia and the resumption of charter traffic in Turkey. However, demand from Western Europe is expected to decrease slightly. The airports in Varna and Burgas will also develop positively, although at a lower growth rate of just over 5% as compared to the previous year (206 Annual Report: growth in the single-digit percentage range). The Executive Board expects the Varna Airport to see a rise of over 0%, which is primarily due to the increased activity on the part of the low-cost carriers. The Burgas site is expected to report only slight growth. The drop in Russian traffic is expected to be only slightly compensated by the other destinations. Based on the positive economic assumptions and tourist forecasts, significant growth in the high single-digit percentage range is expected at the Lima Airport for the fiscal year 207. The positive trend from last years will continue at the Xi an site. Growth in the low double-digit percentage range is expected for 207 (206 Annual Report: growth in the mid-single-digit percentage range). For the Ljubljana site, the Executive Board is forecasting a rise in traffic in the low double-digit percentage range (206 Annual Report: growth in the low single-digit percentage range). Forecasted asset, financial, and earnings position for 207 Given the take-over of concessions as well as planned capital expenditure in connection with Fraport Brasil, the Executive Board as already reported as at March 3, 207 expects a further increase in the net financial debt by around 300 million for the 207 fiscal year. The Executive Board therefore expects an overall increase in the Group net financial debt in fiscal year 207 of approximately.2 billion (206 Annual Report: increase of approximately 900 million). In this regard, the Executive Board also expects start-up costs of up to 5 million in the current fiscal year, which will be incurred in the segment External Activities & Services. Following the end of the first nine months of 207, the Executive Board maintains its further forecasts for the Group s asset, financial, and earnings position for fiscal year 207 (see 206 Annual Report starting on page 93 et seqq.). Forecasted segment development for 207 Upon completion of the first nine months of 207, the Executive Board reaffirms the forecasted developments of the segments in the 207 fiscal year (see 206 Annual Report starting on page 93 et seqq.). In connection with Fraport Brasil, the Executive Board expects start-up costs of up to 5 million for the segment External Activities & Services in the current fiscal year. 9

10 Consolidated income statement (IFRS) million 9M 207 9M 206 Q3 207 Q3 206 Revenue 2,228.8, Change in work-in-process Other internal work capitalized Other operating income Total revenue 2, , Cost of materials Personnel expenses Other operating expenses EBITDA Depreciation and amortization EBIT/Operating result Interest income Interest expenses Result from companies accounted for using the equity method Other financial result Financial result EBT/Result from ordinary operations Taxes on income Group result thereof profit attributable to non-controlling interests thereof profit attributable to shareholders of Fraport AG Earnings per 0 share in basic diluted

11 Consolidated statement of comprehensive income (IFRS) million 9M 207 9M 206 Q3 207 Q3 206 Group result Remeasurements of defined benefit pension plans (deferred taxes related to those items ) Items that will not be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss Fair value changes of derivatives Changes recognized directly in equity Realized gains (+)/losses ( ) (deferred taxes related to those items ) Fair value changes of financial instruments available for sale Changes recognized directly in equity Realized gains (+)/losses ( ) (deferred taxes related to those items ) Currency translation of foreign Group companies Changes recognized directly in equity Income and expenses from companies accounted for using the equity method directly recognized in equity Changes recognized directly in equity Realized gains (+)/losses ( ) (deferred taxes related to those items ) Items that will be reclassified subsequently to profit or loss Other result after deferred taxes Comprehensive income thereof attributable to non-controlling interests thereof attributable to shareholders of Fraport AG

12 Consolidated statement of financial position (IFRS) Assets million September 30, 207 December 3, 206 Non-current assets 9,87.8 7,697.7 Goodwill Investments in airport operating projects 2, Other intangible assets Property, plant and equipment 5,95.5 5,954.2 Investment property Investments in companies accounted for using the equity method Other financial assets Other receivables and financial assets Income tax receivables Deferred tax assets Current assets,99.8,75. Inventories Trade accounts receivable Other receivables and financial assets Income tax receivables Cash and cash equivalents Total,07.6 8,872.8 Liabilities and equity million September 30, 207 December 3, 206 Shareholders equity 4,032. 3,84.4 Issued capital Capital reserve Revenue reserves 2,34.4 2,220.4 Equity attributable to shareholders of Fraport AG 3, ,740.3 Non-controlling interests Non-current liabilities 5,88.8 4,2.5 Financial liabilities 4,34.5 3,236.9 Trade accounts payable Other liabilities, Deferred tax liabilities Provisions for pensions and similar obligations Provisions for income taxes Other provisions Current liabilities, Financial liabilities Trade accounts payable Other liabilities Provisions for income taxes Other provisions Total,07.6 8,

13 Consolidated statement of cash flows (IFRS) million 9M 207 9M 206 Q3 207 Q3 206 Profit attributable to shareholders of Fraport AG Profit attributable to non-controlling interests Adjustments for Taxes on income Depreciation and amortization Interest result Gains/losses from disposal of non-current assets Others Changes in the measurement of companies accounted for using the equity method Changes in inventories Changes in receivables and financial assets Changes in liabilities Changes in provisions Operating activities Financial activities Interest paid Interest received Paid taxes on income Cash flow from operating activities Investments in airport operating projects, Capital expenditure for other intangible assets Capital expenditure for property, plant, and equipment Capital expenditure for "Investment property" Investments in companies accounted for using the equity method Dividends from companies accounted for using the equity method Dividends from other investments Proceeds from disposal of non-current assets Cash flow used in investing activities excluding investments in cash deposits and securities, Financial investments in securities and promissory note loans Proceeds from disposal of securities and promissory note loans Increase/decrease of time deposits with a term of more than three months Cash flow used in investing activities, Dividends paid to shareholders of Fraport AG Dividends paid to non-controlling interests Capital increase Capital contributions for non-controlling interests Cash inflow from long-term financial liabilities, Repayment of long-term financial liabilities Changes in current financial liabilities Cash flow used in/from financing activities, Changes in restricted cash and cash equivalents Change in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents as at January and July Foreign currency translation effects on cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents as at September

14 Consolidated statement of changes in equity (IFRS) million Issued capital Capital reserve Revenue reserves Foreign currency reserve Financial instruments Equity Revenue attributable to reserves shareholders (total) of Fraport AG Noncontrolling interests Shareholders' equity (total) As at January, , , , ,84.4 Foreign currency translation effects Income and expenses from companies accounted for using the equity method directly recognized in equity Fair value changes of financial assets available for sale Fair value changes of derivatives Other result Issue of shares for employee investment plan Distributions Group result Transactions with noncontrolling interests Capital contributions Fraport Greece Consolidation activities / other changes As at September 30, , ,34.4 3, ,032. As at January, , ,99.9 3, ,5.7 Foreign currency translation effects Income and expenses from companies accounted for using the equity method directly recognized in equity Remeasurements of defined benefit pension plans Fair value changes of financial assets available for sale Fair value changes of derivatives Other result Issue of shares for employee investment plan Distributions Group result Capital contributions Fraport Greece As at September 30, , , , ,

15 Further information on the accounting and valuation methods used can be found in the most recent annual report at Next publications Friday, November 0, 207 Traffic figures October 207 Tuesday, December 2, 207 Traffic figures November 207 Monday, January 5, 208 Traffic figures December 207/FY 207 Tuesday, February 3, 208 Traffic figures January 208 Tuesday, March 3, 208 Traffic figures February 208 Friday, March 6, Annual Report Friday, April 3, 208 Traffic figures March 208/3M 208 Wednesday, May 9, 208 Interim Release Q 208 Tuesday, May 5, 208 Traffic figures April 208 Tuesday, May 29, Annual General Meeting Wednesday, June 3, 208 Traffic figures May 208 Thursday, July 2, 208 Traffic figures June 208/6M 208 Wednesday, August 8, 208 Interim Report Q2/6M 208 Monday, August 3, 208 Traffic figures July 208 Thursday, September 3, 208 Traffic figures August 208 Friday, October 2, 208 Traffic figures September 208/9M 208 Wednesday, November 7, 208 Interim Release Q3/9M 208 Tuesday, November 3, 208 Traffic figures October 208 Thursday, December 3, 208 Traffic figures November 208 Tuesday, January 5, 209 Traffic figures December 208 Other disclosures and information Where the statements made in this document relate to the future rather than the past, they are based on a number of assumptions about future events and are subject to a number of uncertainties and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide and which could have the effect that the actual results will differ materially from these statements. These factors include, but are not limited to, the competitive environment in deregulated markets, regulatory changes, the success of business operations, and a substantial deterioration in basic economic conditions in the markets in which Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide and its Group companies operate. Readers are cautioned not to rely to an inappropriately large extent on statements made about the future. Editorial deadline was November, 207. The use of rounded amounts and percentages means slight discrepancies may occur due to commercial rounding. In case of any uncertainties which arise due to errors in translation, the German version of the interim release is the binding one. Imprint Fraport AG Telephone: +49 (0) Finance & Investor Relations Fax: +49 (0) Frankfurt/Main 5

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