Amidst the escalating challenges faced by Ukrainian airports, ACI EUROPE has amplified its concerns and offers its hand to address them. With Ukraine’s airports losing… Read More »ACI EUROPE Advocates for Support for Ukrainian Airports
The International Air Transport Association (IATA), European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), and European Regions Airline Association (ERA) have expressed concern over the proposed cuts to flight numbers at Schiphol Airport.
European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, has unveiled its latest air traffic report. This document provides detailed insights on air traffic for the month of June, the second quarter (Q2), and the first half (H1) of 2023.
European airport trade association, ACI EUROPE has released its traffic report for May 2017 – the latest indication of airport traffic performance in Europe. Passenger… Read More »Passenger traffic up by 8.2% at Europe’s airports in May
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Europe’s Airports are growing strong, according to ACI EUROPE’s March and Q1 Airport Traffic Report, but Brexit could still threaten stability. The ‘ACI EUROPE Airport… Read More »Europe’s Airports Are Growing Strong, But Brexit
European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE has released its airport traffic report for June, Q2 and for the first half of 2016 (H1), showing traffic in the EU during H1 grew by 6.2%.
However, some European airports at popular destinations performed better than their peers, and Icelandâ€™s Keflavik airport proved that all those stopover campaigns by Icelandair and WOW air are paying off.
Dynamics varied between EU countries. The core markets of France, Germany and Italy underperformed the EU average, but Bulgaria, Cyprus, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Romania and Spain all achieved double digit growth.
The pace of growth diminished between the first and the second quarter from +8.2% to +4.8%. This slowdown affected almost all EU markets and was especially marked in Belgium in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attacks.