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Norwegian Traffic In November, 99.9% Flights As Scheduled

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In November, Norwegian increased both its load factor and regularity. Norwegian served 1.3 million passengers and maintained a load factor of 82.3 percent. Furthermore, the airline’s regularity was record-high, with 99.9 percent of all scheduled flights taking place. “Norwegian has delivered very solid traffic numbers in a month where seasonal… 

Copenhagen Airport Served +20M Passengers So Far

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During the first nine months of 2023, Copenhagen Airport saw a significant increase in passengers, with 20.3 million people traveling through. This number represents a 24 percent year-on-year growth. As we approach the school autumn break, it is expected that Friday, October 13th, will see over 100,000 passengers passing through Denmark’s largest airport.

Grupo Aeroportuario Del Pacifico Reports 6.2% Growth in Passengers

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Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico saw a 6.5% increase in total terminal passengers across its 12 airports in Mexico compared to the same period in 2022. Notably, Tijuana, Guadalajara, and Los Cabos experienced growth rates of 5.6%, 5.2%, and 2.7% respectively, when compared to September 2022.

Geneva Airport, headquarters of IATA. (c) FCMedia/FlightChic

IATA Reports on Strong Northern Summer Demand

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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has reported a consistent recovery trend for passenger markets in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, with June recording a particularly strong performance. 

Hamburg Airport © FCMedia 2016

Europe’s Airports Growing, Despite Attacks

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Airports Council International-Europe has released its first quarter performance report for Europe’s airports, reflecting growth even in challenging times after recent terrorist attacks.

European Airports ‘Off to a Good Start’ in 2016, but Norway Aviation Tax a Concern

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Airports Council International—Europe (ACI-EUROPE) reports that European airports, on average, have started the year 6.3% ahead of 2015, but warns that the proposed aviation tax in Norway could hurt the economy.

The average increase in passenger traffic was 6.9%

16 airports in EU Member states had double digit growth. “This was the strongest monthly rate in almost two years,” the airports association states.

Non-EU airports reported slower growth of 4.3%

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