Fraport Traffic Figures: Frankfurt Airport Reports Ongoing Growth

Fraport Traffic Figures: Frankfurt Airport Reports Ongoing Growth

eTurboNews Syndication:

Most of Fraport’s Group airports worldwide show a confident trend Frankfurt Airport (FRA) welcomed a lot more than 6.9 million passengers inAugust 2019, a rise of just one 1.7 percent year-on-year. With 46,395 landings and takeoffs, FRA’s aircraft movements remained at the same

as in August 2018

level. Accumulated maximum takeoff weights (MTOWs) slightly expanded by 0.5 percent to 2 nearly.9 million metric tons. Cargo throughput (airfreight + airmail), on the other hand, shrank by 5.2 percent to 173,122 metric tons – reflecting the decline in global


The most airports in Fraport’month s international portfolio showed a confident trend in the reporting. Ljubljana Airport (LJU) in Slovenia grew by 4.5 percent to 211,431 passengers. Fraport’s two Brazilian airports in Fortaleza (FOR) and Porto Alegre (POA), combined, registered a 3.8 percent dip in traffic to 1 nearly.3 million passengers. This decrease can be related to the bankruptcy of domestic carrier Avianca Brasil also to the country’s

ongoing economic slowdown.

At Peru’s Lima Airport (LIM), traffic advanced by 6.6 percent for some 2.2 million passengers. Overall traffic at Fraport’s 14 Greek airports increased by 1 slightly.1 percent to around 5.5 million passengers. The Bulgarian airports of Varna (VAR) and Burgas (BOJ) stayed suffering from the consolidation of flight offerings, which led to traffic dropping by 9.0 percent to about 1.3  million passengers, overall.

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Antalya Airport (AYT) on the Turkish Riviera maintained its growth path, with traffic soaring by 13.7 percent to 5 nearly.6 million passengers. Traffic advanced in St. Petersburg (LED), Russia, rising by 5.8 percent to over 2.2 million passengers. Xi’an Airport (XIY) in China posted a 5.9 percent gain to about 4.4 million passengers.

Author: George Taylor

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