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Heathrow's Traffic Figures - March 2021
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Heathrow's Traffic Figures - March 2021 Heathrow's passenger numbers fell by 82.6% YoY in March. Heathrow’s cargo volumes are down 25.7% on an annual basis. However, cargo movements have increased by 21.4% compared with March 2020. Traffic Summary March 2021 Terminal Passengers (000s) Mar 2021 % Change Jan to Mar 2021 % Change Apr 2020 to Mar 2021 % Change Market UK 58 -72.1 166 -81.9 712 -84.9 EU 140 -84.0 445 -90.3...
Technology Could Further Strengthen Malta’s Appeal As A Safe Destination
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Technology Could Further Strengthen Malta’s Appeal As A Safe Destination March passenger traffic through MIA down 93% over 2019 Recent local developments bode well for the second half of 2021 Technology would contribute to boosting consumer confidence, which is crucial for the successful restart of air travel Passenger traffic through Malta International Airport totalled 32,033 movements last March. Translating into a drop of 93 per cent compared to the same month in 2019, this traffic result reflects the hurdles – including low consumer confidence – still being faced by the aviation...
The Greater Toronto Airports Authority 2020 annual results
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GTAA reports 2020 annual results TORONTO, CANADA - The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (“GTAA”) today reported its financial and operating results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2020. Passenger activity decreased 73.6 per cent during 2020 as compared to 2019. This decrease is due to global aviation industry challenges, specifically the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our full-year passenger and financial results make clear the impact that COVID-19 has had on Toronto Pearson,” said Deborah Flint, President and CEO, Greater Toronto Airports Authority. “While we have pushed toward leading...
Heathrow prepares for safe restart of travel and trade in 2021 - Results for the year ended 31st Dec 2020
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Heathrow prepares for safe restart of travel and trade in 2021 - Results for the year ended 31st Dec 2020 Keeping passengers and colleagues safe – We have only been able to remain open throughout the pandemic by maintaining high safety levels. We helped to develop international standards for safe travel through airports and invested in cutting-edge COVID-secure technologies and testing facilities for up to 25,000 passengers a day to help restore international travel safely. Annual loss of £2bn underlines the devastating impact of COVID-19 on aviation – Passenger numbers collapsed to...
January traffic through Malta International Airport drops 91%
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January traffic through Malta International Airport drops 91% Malta International Airport started what is set to be another challenging year for the aviation industry with a drop of 90.7 per cent in January passenger traffic. During the month of January, 38,938 passengers travelled through Malta International Airport, with this monthly total being comparable to the traffic handled by the airport in three days in January 2020. The airport’s weakest traffic result since its reopening in July 2020 comes in the wake of the implementation of new travel bans and more stringent requirements in...

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Aviation urgently needs a flight plan for recovery after de facto border closure
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Aviation urgently needs a flight plan for recovery after de facto border closure Passenger volumes down 89% in January as the national lockdown, travel bans, blanket quarantine and compulsory testing deterred people from travelling. The additional inconvenience and cost of quarantine hotels, day2/day 8 testing requirements on top of other measures mean that the UK’s borders are effectively closed. We are working with the Government to try to ensure this complex scheme is workable. Fewer long-haul passenger flights meant that cargo volume was down 21% in January – a key indicator of...
Passenger numbers at BNE hit a 26-year low in 2020 due to Covid
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Passenger numbers at BNE hit a 26-year low in 2020 due to Covid. Total passenger numbers at Brisbane Airport (BNE) for calendar year 2020 were just over 8 million, a 26-year low and down 66% on 2019. International traveller numbers decreased by nearly 5 million to 1.4 million passengers for the calendar year, resulting in a 78 per cent decrease on 2019. More than one million of these arrived in the first two months of the year. Domestic passenger numbers were 6.7 million, a reduction of 62.5% or close to 11.1 million fewer passengers than 2019. In total, BNE recorded 8.1m passengers...
Melbourne Airport passenger performance December 2020
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Melbourne Airport passenger performance December 2020 Domestic border closures significantly dampened the first promising signs of recovery of passenger numbers in December 2020 at Melbourne Airport. Last month, the Airport welcomed 746,369 passengers – the highest number since the pandemic first hit back in March 2020 supported by the reopening of borders with Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. However, domestic numbers were still down by more than 66 per cent on December 2019. While the start of the festive season saw bookings significantly increase to states...
London City Airport announces 2020 passenger numbers
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London City Airport announces 2020 passenger numbers The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation sector is illustrated today by the release of the 2020 passenger figures for London City Airport which fell by 82% from the record 5.1 million in 2019. Aviation has been one of the hardest hit sectors with significant travel restrictions and quarantine requirements affecting both business travel and leisure flights. At the height of the first wave in March 2020, London City also took the decision to temporarily cease commercial flights for three months to protect staff and support...
Restarting aviation safely will help deliver Global Britain
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Restarting aviation safely will help deliver Global Britain 2020 In 2020, 22.1 million passengers travelled through the UK’s only hub airport, down 72.7%. Lockdowns and border closures led to a loss of 58.8 million passengers. Cargo volumes through Britain’s biggest port, fell 28.2% because of the impact of travel restrictions on international trade. Prior to the pandemic, 94% of cargo travelled in the belly hold of passenger planes, which have been severely reduced. Heathrow worked with airlines and the cargo community to increase dedicated cargo flights, safeguarding the UK’s supply...

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Malta International Airport posts 92% drop in November passenger traffic
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Malta International Airport posts 92% drop in November passenger traffic Just over 39,800 passenger movements registered by MIA last month Daily average passenger movements dropped from 16,439 in November 2019 to 1,327 last month Top 5 airports accounted for 42 per cent of November passenger traffic Malta International Airport registered 39,875 passenger movements last November, translating into a drop of 91.9 per cent over the same month in 2019. As the aviation industry continued to grapple with the challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, including travel restrictions and low...
UK tourist tax hands yet another competitive advantage to EU rivals
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UK tourist tax hands yet another competitive advantage to EU rivals Passenger numbers at Heathrow fell by 88% in November, as travel restrictions and a second lockdown took their toll. Based on current forecasts and continued decline in passengers, the decision has been taken for Terminal 4 to remain non-operational until the end of 2021. Heathrow is calling for targeted, sector specific Government support to protect jobs and help drive the UK’s economic recovery. These include full business rates relief for all UK airports and abandoning the disastrous “tourist tax” which will make...
Heathrow is no longer Europe's biggest airport - Results for the 9 months ended 30th September 2020
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Heathrow is no longer Europe's biggest airport - Results for the 9 months ended 30th September 2020 Keeping people safe remains top priority – we have invested in UK aviation’s most extensive array of COVID-secure technologies. New rapid testing technologies are already helping to open up overseas markets safely Demand forecast revised down – Passenger numbers are now forecast to be 22.6m in 2020 and 37.1m in 2021, compared to our June forecast of 29.2m in 2020 and 62.8m in 2021, and 2019 actuals of 81m. The reduction is caused by the second wave of COVID and slow progress on...
Melbourne Airport passenger performance September 2020
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Melbourne Airport passenger performance September 2020 Victoria’s second wave of COVID-19 infections continued to ease across September, with daily infection numbers and active cases trending down throughout the course of the month. Despite these positive developments, continued closure of other State and Territory borders maintained pressure on Melbourne Airport’s passenger numbers through the month, down by almost 99 per cent compared to the same time last year. Last month around 24,200 domestic travellers flew in and out of Melbourne – a drop in the ocean compared to the two million...
Testing taskforce is given 1st November deadline to safeguard the economy and thousands of jobs
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Testing taskforce is given 1st November deadline to safeguard the economy and thousands of jobs Traffic fell in September, with a loss of 5.5 million passengers over the course of the month. Just over 1.2 million passengers travelled through Heathrow in September, down 82% compared to 2019. Most travel is to the remaining European destinations on the UK’s travel corridors list. However, the number of countries on this list has steadily declined since its launch, with 61 countries now requiring a 14-day quarantine period. Long-haul business travel, which is vital for the UK’s economic...

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Just over 128,000 passengers through Malta in September 2020
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Just over 128,000 passengers through Malta Airport in September Drop of 83.1 per cent in September 2020 traffic when compared with 2019 Traffic in Q3 dropped 77.6 per cent over same period in 2019 Updated forecast by ACI indicates that 2020 will end with a 69 per cent decrease in traffic September Traffic September traffic through Malta International Airport registered a drop of 83.1 per cent when compared to the same month in 2019, with passenger movements totalling 128,664. Aircraft movements and seat capacity for the month of September decreased by 57.9 per cent and 59.9 per cent...
International rivals overtaking Heathrow is an early warning of Britain’s economy falling behind
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International rivals overtaking Heathrow is an early warning of Britain’s economy falling behind August passenger demand down 81.5% compared to previous year, with 1.4m people travelling via Heathrow – less than a fifth of what is usually seen in the summer getaway Long haul markets, which are critical for UK exporters and a main source of inbound tourism, students and investment, remain closed by Government’s 14 day quarantine policy North American passenger numbers are down by more than 95% compared to last year Heathrow cargo down 34.2% (to 88 metric tonnes) compared with last year...
Heathrow calls on Government to act faster in order to protect jobs and unlock growth
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Heathrow calls on Government to act faster in order to protect jobs and unlock growth COVID-19 continues to weigh on travel demand, with a drop in passenger numbers of over 95% compared to the start of last year’s summer season Government’s quarantine policy for international arrivals impacted load factors, which declined by 7% following its introduction in early June, compared to 2019. An exit plan is now more critical than ever, as long-haul flights remain grounded and more jobs continue to be put at risk in an industry crucial to rebuilding the UK economy Whilst steps toward travel...
Heathrow announces that employment levels no longer sustainable, as Government launches 14-day quarantine
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Heathrow announces that employment levels no longer sustainable, as Government launches 14-day quarantine Passenger numbers in May continued at an all-time low (down 97% compared to the same time last year) Grim picture is set to continue thanks to the Government’s quarantine policy which requires all arriving passengers to self-isolate for two weeks. In line with this decline, the airport has begun to restructure its frontline roles, having already cut 1/3rd of managerial roles. Heathrow is urging the Government to establish ‘air bridges’ to low risk countries that will enable the...
Heathrow warns it is set to fall behind Paris as Europe’s number 1 airport hub
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Heathrow warns it is set to fall behind Paris as Europe’s number 1 airport hub Despite record breaking start to the year at Heathrow, latest figures show that EU competitor, Charles de Gaulle, is growing at twice the rate and is set to overtake as Europe’s leading hub airport within the next 2 years. Over 6 million passengers travelled through the airport in January (up 2.9%). UK routes led passenger growth, increasing by 10.2% as more passengers travelled to Newquay and Guernsey. Other top performing markets were the Middle East (+7.6%) and North America (+ 4.7%). Over 115,000 metric...

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Birmingham Airport's Passenger Figures Round-Up for 2019
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Birmingham Airport's Passenger Figures Round-Up for 2019 Birmingham Airport handled almost 12.7 million passengers in 2019, an increase of 1.6% on the previous year. In 2019, the airport served a total of 12,639,340 passengers, with the best performing months in comparison to the previous year including; January, with a total of 781,282 passengers (+4.76%), April, with a total of 1,002,951 passengers (+4.21%) and July, with a total of 1,352,392 passengers (+3.06%). The busiest month overall was August, when over 1.4 million passengers were recorded in the month. Scheduled passengers...
Heathrow reports outstanding end to 2019 as airport kicks off its decade of delivery
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Heathrow reports outstanding end to 2019 as airport kicks off its decade of delivery Full decade Since 2010, Heathrow has welcomed an additional 15 million passengers - an increase of 18% over the course of the decade. This passenger growth was facilitated by £12 billion worth of private investment which culminated in the opening of Terminal 2 which is now ranked by passengers as one of the best airport terminals in the world. In the 2010s, Heathrow served as Britain’s front door for a number of nationally significant moments, such as the arrival of the world’s top athletes and many...
Record passenger numbers cap strong year for London City Airport
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Record passenger numbers cap strong year for London City Airport Over five million passengers travelled through London City Airport last year, making 2019 the busiest year in the airport’s history. Publishing its official annual passenger figures, London’s most central airport announced that a total of 5,100,025 passengers flew in to and out of the airport in 2019. The figure is a year-on-year increase of 6.3 percent which has been driven by the launch of new routes combined with additional flights and larger aircraft with more seats on existing routes. Richard Hill, Chief Commercial...
November sets new records at Heathrow
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November sets new records as Heathrow prepares to reunite families and friends over the holidays Heathrow has recorded its busiest ever November with over 6.2 million passengers traveling through the airport, ahead of reuniting even more family and friends for the festive period Passengers heading to the US to celebrate Thanksgiving helped push up traffic figures on the back of new services. BA and American introduced new links to Pittsburgh and increased flights on a number of routes. Delta and Virgin increased frequency to Boston and Detroit, and started flights to Las Vegas Heathrow...
New links bolster Gatwick’s long-haul growth
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New links bolster Gatwick’s long-haul growth New routes and retail success results in EBITDA +7.9% year-on-year Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires routes support passenger and cargo growth One in five passengers from Gatwick now flying long-haul Gatwick has today revealed in its interim results that new direct routes to Brazil and Argentina have contributed to a 2.3% - or 107,340 passengers – year-on-year uplift for long-haul flying. Passengers have been making the most of Norwegian’s new service to Rio de Janeiro and an increase in flights to Buenos Aires. Combined, these routes led to...

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Edinburgh passenger numbers decline during October
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Edinburgh passenger numbers decline during October A total of 1,309,170 passengers passed through Edinburgh Airport in October – 1% behind the same month last year. The fall in domestic passengers had a big influence on the overall numbers as Ryanair ended its Stansted route. The route was reduced to four weekly from four daily in June 2019 before ending completely last month. Apart from March 2018 when Beast from the East resulted in a 0.1% fall in passenger numbers, it’s the first time in five years that negative growth has been recorded. Oct % vs Last Year Domestic 458,686...
Heathrow Passenger numbers climb in October as rugby supporters set off for Japan
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Heathrow Passenger numbers climb in October as rugby supporters set off for Japan Over 6.9 million passengers travelled through Heathrow during the busiest October on record, as the airport saw 0.5% growth, driven by larger, fuller aircraft. The Middle East (+6.5%) and Africa (+5.9%) and East Asia (+4.9%) were the key markets for passenger growth last month. Virgin’s new route to Tel Aviv continued to boost the Middle East. East Asia also saw significant growth driven by British Airways’ new route to Kansai and increased load factors on other flights to Japan ahead of the Rugby World...
Heathrow on-track for ninth year of growth
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Heathrow on-track for ninth year of growth - Results for the nine months ended 30 September 2019 On track for ninth consecutive year of growth – More passengers than ever are choosing to fly from Heathrow with a record 61 million passengers (+0.7%) travelling through the UK’s hub airport already this year. This puts us on course to secure our ninth consecutive year of passenger growth Investment in service driving growth – Better service for passengers continues to be one of the main drivers underpinning passenger growth. Service scores maintained their high with 82% of passengers...
Gatwick Airport Annual Results: Successful year of growing global connections and passenger numbers
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Gatwick Airport Annual Results: Successful year of growing global connections and passenger numbers London Gatwick financial results for the year ending 31st March 2019 Gatwick grows to 46.4m passengers, including an extra 1.1m long-haul passengers New routes, increased frequencies and retail development drives EBITDA +7.3% while income per passenger grows +4.5% to £17.47 Growth balanced by a 7% reduction in the airport’s noise footprint Significant long-haul growth, an increased economic contribution, more passengers and reduced noise are at the heart of a successful year for Gatwick...

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