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AVIA SOLUTIONS GROUP AB CONSOLIDATED INTERIM FINANCIAL INFORMATION FOR THE SIX-MONTH PERIOD ENDED 30 JUNE 2013 (All tabular amounts are in LTL ‘000 unless otherwise stated) 3

Segment information (continued) The following table present sales to external customers, costs of sales and gross profit information according to the Group’s business segments for the six-month period ended 30 June 2013:

Six-month period ended 30 June 2013 Revenue Sales to external customers Inter-segment sales Total revenue Cost of sales Segment gross profit As at 30 June 2013 Segment assets

Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO)

Aircraft ground handling and fuelling

Pilot and crew training

Unallocated

Intersegment eliminations

Total continuing operations

150 814 3 660 154 474 (126 169) 28 305

94 845 36 767 131 612 (127 469) 4 143

14 516 30 14 546 (10 616) 3 930

613 2 812 3 425 (736) 2 689

(43 269) (43 269) 38 965 (4 304)

260 788 260 788 (226 025) 34 763

219 172

58 483

14 999

16 030

308 684

The following table presents sales to external customers, costs of sales and gross profit information according to the Group’s business segments for the six-month period ended 30 June 2012: Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO)

Aircraft ground handling and fuelling

Pilot and crew training

Unallocated

Intersegment eliminations

Total continuing operations

-

139 133 1 116 140 249 (112 461) 27 788

92 368 31 530 123 898 (119 778) 4 120

15 512 134 15 646 (10 240) 5 406

177 2 150 2 327 (650) 1 677

(34 930) (34 930) 32 304 (2 626)

247 190 247 190 (210 825) 36 365

46 755

182 406

56 259

13 201

9 272

Charter operations

Six-month period ended 30 June 2012 Revenue Sales to external customers Inter-segment sales Total revenue Cost of sales Segment gross profit As at 30 June 2012 Segment assets

307 892

Three reportable Group’s business segments were influenced by seasonal movements on both summer and winter periods. The highest growth comes in summer-season (June-September) from aircraft ground handling and fuelling segment, and in the winter-season (October-April) increase of sales is recorded in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) and crew training segment. The Management motivates these seasonal movements to have a material effect on Group‘s consolidated revenue.

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Asg group fi 2q2013  

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Asg group fi 2q2013  

http://www.aviasg.com/private/uploads/files/docs/ASG_GROUP_FI_2Q2013.pdf

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