As December 2021 ended, Tallinn Airport welcomed a significant passenger recovery of 166,379 travellers, which surpassed 70 per cent of pre-COVID-19 traffic figures.
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London City Airport predicts that passenger traffic will surge in growth during 2022, as the airport introduces several new routes and the return of flights to popular travel destinations.
Luis Felipe de Oliveira, Director General of ACI World, looks back over the past two years and explains his outlook on the recovery and the importance placing sustainability at the core of the airport sector’s business strategies.
As air traffic continued the long-road to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021, Prague Václav Havel Airport handled nearly 20 per cent more passengers compared to 2020 figures.
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.
According to the International Air Transport Association, global passenger traffic improved in November 2021, however Omicron restrictions are likely to impact air travel in the coming months.
The Aena airport network wrapped up a challenging 2021 with 119,959,671 passengers, equivalent to 43.6 per cent of the pre-COVID-19 pandemic figures.
Aviation is in for a long-haul recovery as the current Omicron variant causes at least 600,000 passengers to cancel travel plans during December 2021 from London Heathrow Airport.
A total of 22.4 million passengers travelled through Avinor's airports in 2021, a growth of 10 per cent despite a challenging 2021 for aviation.
Over the course of 2021, aircraft movements, airport cargo operations, and passenger numbers all increased and generously recovered for Hamad International Airport.
As 2022 begins, Hamburg Airport’s air traffic and passenger figures continue to improve despite the challenging circumstances of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions.
Artur Tomasik, Chairman of the board of the Upper Silesian Aviation Group, speaks to International Airport Review about the newly reconstructed and expanded passenger Terminal B at Katowice Airport, which opened in August this year and which will improve the passenger experience for those passengers travelling to Schengen Area countries.
Despite the turbulent atmosphere for aviation during 2021, including the fourth waive of COVID-19 and return of some travel restrictions, passenger figures at Berlin Brandenburg Airport remained high.