Schiphol’s traffic and transport figures for March 2022
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s traffic and transport figures for March 2022, show that the number of passengers and cargo passing through the airport has significantly increased compared to results from 2021 and 2020.
Credit: Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)
3.7 million passengers flew from, via or to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) in March 2022. In March 2021, that number was almost 0.7 million, in March 2020 almost 2.5 million. Without the effects of COVID-19 on Schiphol, that number was 5.6 million passengers in March 2019. The number of commercial flights to and from Schiphol was 30.382 (+149 per cent compared to 2021, +21 per cent compared to 2020 and -24 per cent compared to 2019). The number of cargo flights was 1.688 (-27 per cent compared to 2021, +26 per cent compared to 2020, +30 per cent compared to 2019). The transported tonnage decreased with 16 per cent compared to last year (2021), increased six per cent compared to 2020 and decreased 11 per cent compared to 2019.
Of the 3.7 million passengers in March, 1.5 million passengers had a transfer at Schiphol. The passengers with a transfer were 750,000 unique passengers, who are counted two times in the international counting method: as an arriving passenger and departing passenger. 2.7 million passengers travelled from or to a destination within Europe, one million outside of Europe.
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The number of all-cargo flights has decreased from 2,326 to 1,688, compared to 2021. The number of all-cargo flights was 1,297 in 2019 and 1,338 in 2020. The total transported volume was 128,198 tonnes in March 2022.