Queen Alia Airport reached four million passengers in November 2021
In the first 11 months of 2021, Queen Alia International Airport welcomed over four million (4,089,382) passengers, a 113.4 per cent increase from 2020 figures.
Airport International Group announced that Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) welcomed 4,089,382 passengers (PAX) during the first 11 months of 2021, a 113.4 per cent increase and 50.5 per cent decline against 2020 and 2019 figures, respectively. QAIA also received 41,630 aircraft movements (ACM), which was 87.2 per cent more and 43.5 per cent less than the figures recorded in 2020 and 2019, respectively. Meanwhile, QAIA handled 53,033 tonnes of cargo, registering a 18.3 per cent rise and 43.7 per cent drop compared with 2020 and 2019 figures, respectively.
In November 2021, 469,488 PAX and 4,947 ACM passed through QAIA, representing a 25.3 per cent and 14.8 per cent decline against 2019 figures, respectively. QAIA also handled 4,981 tonnes of cargo, recording a 42.5 per cent decrease as opposed to 2019 figures.
“We’re now one month away from the end of 2021 and passenger figures are still underperforming as evidenced by our traffic statistics, having recovered so far roughly half of what we recorded back in 2019,” commented Airport International Group CEO, Nicolas Claude. “While international response to the evolving epidemiological situation worldwide is compromising the global connectivity gained to date, we remain committed to providing our passengers with a safe and comfortable airport experience.”