79.8 per cent decrease in passenger traffic at Avinor’s airports in June
The traffic statistics for Avinor in June shows a 79.8 per cent decrease in passenger traffic compared to 2019. The international traffic is reduced by 96 per cent compared to last year.
- June is traditionally the month with most number of passengers, but because of the corona situation we experience that as many as 8 out of 10 passengers are lost from Avinor’s airports, says Nora Hoberg Prestaasen, senior communications adviser at Avinor.
- Despite the significant decline, we see some increase in the number of passengers compared to last month. Especially on domestic flights, where the increase is 12.4 per cent compared to May this year, she says.
The number of aircraft movements is also increasing compared to May 2020, which can be explained by the airlines' recent reopening of some routes.
- Although the number of passengers is far from normal, we look forward to welcoming travelers this summer. Those who are traveling can be assured that Avinor provides a good and safe journey, concludes Prestaasen.
You can find detailed traffic statistics in the link below.
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