ACI Europe: Strong expansion continued in Oct with newcomer trade adult 7.8% during October

BRUSSELS – European airfield trade body, ACI Europe expelled a atmosphere trade news for October. The news is a usually attention news that includes all forms of polite aviation newcomer flights: full service, low cost, informal and charter. It shows that during a month of October, newcomer trade during Europe’s airports grew by +7.8% – somewhat reduction than in Sep (+8.7%) though still broadly in line with a energetic trend of a prior months.

It was also another month of considerable expansion during non-EU airports, with volumes augmenting by +11.9%. Russian, Ukrainian and Turkish airports continued to make poignant gains, along with airports in Israel, Georgia and Iceland.

Meanwhile, EU airports confirmed a strong gait in newcomer trade expansion during +6.8% (+7.5% in September). As in prior months, airports in a reduction mature aviation markets easterly of a confederation tended to outperform, along with Portugal, Luxembourg, Malta and Cyprus – with many of these airports achieving double-digit growth.  

During October, airports welcoming some-more than 25 million passengers per year (Group 1), airports welcoming between 10 and 25 million passengers (Group 2), airports welcoming between 5 and 10 million passengers (Group 3) and airports welcoming reduction than 5 million passengers per year (Group 4) reported an normal composition +4.9%, +9.2%, +11.2% and +11.0%.

The airports that reported a top increases in newcomer trade during Oct are as follows:

  • Group 1: Moscow SVO (+17.7%), Istanbul IST (+9.8%), Amsterdam-Schiphol (+7.9%), Moscow DME (+6.7%) and Oslo (+6.5%)
  • Group 2: St Petersburg (+28.1%), Warsaw WAW and Ankara (+23.7%), Antalya (+22.7%), Tel Aviv (+18.8%) and Bucharest OTP (+16.7%)
  • Group 3: Rome CIA (+112.1%), Naples (+28.7%), Venice (+20.8%), Kiev (+19.0%), Keflavik and Valencia (+18.7%)
  • Group 4: Grenoble (+2,294.0%), Foggia (+192.9%), Craiova (+143.6%), Nis (+107.0%) and Batumi (+63.7%)

The ‘ACI Europe Airport Traffic Report – Oct 2017’ includes 249 airports in sum representing some-more than 88% of European atmosphere newcomer traffic.

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