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LAs vegas - Routes World

In 2019, Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas (then still known as McCarran International Airport) handled over 51 million passengers, making it the world’s 30th busiest airport. Last year saw the airport welcome just under 40 million passengers. As a result of the pandemic significantly reducing traffic at many Asian and European airports, Las […]

ORY - SUF

The latest traffic statistics from the busiest French airports for August 2022 show that four of the top 15 airports have seen traffic recover to beyond pre-pandemic levels. Overall, across all the top 15 airports, passenger numbers were down 13% versus August 2019. However, among Europe’s busiest country markets by seat capacity in August, France […]

October 12, 2022 | Airports, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story

151st IATA Slot Confernence

As summer migrates to the Southern Hemisphere once again, Melbourne International Airport is gearing up to host the 151st IATA Slot Conference (15-18 November). The event will bring together airline and airport slot coordinators from around the world, ahead of what promises to be a busy 2023 for global travel. For four days Melbourne International […]

Bucharest Airport

Prior to the pandemic, Central Europe’s four busiest airports were Warsaw WAW (18.9 million passengers in 2019), Prague (17.8 million), Budapest (16.2 million) and Bucharest (14.7 million). According to ACI Europe figures they ranked 36th, 39th, 41st and 46th among all European airports. Three of them had grown by around 6% versus 2018, while Budapest […]

BRS base apron line-up

The latest airport traffic statistics from the UK CAA for August 2022 confirm that none of the country’s top 15 airports has yet seen traffic recover to pre-pandemic levels. Even Germany, which has a significantly lower rate of recovery than the UK, had a few airports that were recording traffic growth compared with three years […]

German network analysis

Latest airport traffic data from Germany confirms that in August the recovery rate versus 2019 stood at just 75%. Although the airports handled more than 18.4 million passengers (up 56% compared with August 2021), that was still 25% fewer than in August 2019. What was particularly significant was that domestic air traffic was down 55% […]

September 29, 2022 | Airlines, Airports, Europe, News & Analysis, Top Story