In May, Swedavia’s airports had more than three million passengers in a single month - a first since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ACI Europe, in their air traffic report of 2023, found that passenger traffic had recovered by 48%. The growth is accredited to an influx of international travel, with a lesser impact made by domestic.
In March 2022, Swedavia’s 10 airports had a total of 1.7 million passengers, which compared to March 2021, also a month also greatly affected by the pandemic, air travel increased by 418 per cent.
International Airport Review Editor, Holly Miles, caught up with Elizabeth Axtelius, Director Aviation Business at Swedavia Airports at the recent World Routes conference in Milan. Together, they discussed Swedavia’s performance during the COVID-19 pandemic, recovery and route development, as well as the future.
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