Aeroflot BOD decided to hold an annual meeting June 24, the company informed.
The list of nominees involve 14 persons representing YuniCredit Bank, Altera Capital Management, Aeroflot, VTB Bank, Rostekhnologii etc. The agenda of the meeting will be affirmed at the next BOD sitting.
Aeroflot (TIN 7712040126) is the largest air carrier in Russia. It covers 39% of the international and 11% of the internal carriages market. The working interest (51.17%) is held by the government. The share capital is equal to 1110616299 rub. split in 1110616299 common stocks.
The 9-month net profit moved up 28% (RAS) to gain 13.777bn rub. from 10.77bn rub. prior year. The revenues boosted 32% to 131.497bn rub. from 99.138bn rub.; gross profit - 68% to 28.505bn rub. from 16.997bn rub.; profit from sales being doubled to 10.287bn rub. from 4.828bn rub.; pretax profit - 23.3% to 17.52bn rub. from 14.21bn rub. The growth was prompted by the rise in operating revenues and demand for air carriages. The costs reached 103bn rub. which is 25.4% higher prior year period. The aggregated assets rose by 17bn rub. to 113.7bn rub. (+17.5%) against year start. The long term debts declined to 7.4bn rub. due to the obligations transfer to the short term category which covers 45bn rub.
The IH 2012 net profit (IAS) reached $7.1mln. The IH 2011 net profit (IAS) rose 21.5 fold to $376.8mln from $17.5mln prior year period. Thus, IH 2012 rallied down 53 fold to compare with the IH 2011 figures. The revenues increased 54% to $3.614.4bn; operating expenses - 64% to $3.516.3bn; EBITDA came to $247.5mln; EBITDA margin - 7%.