(Forimmediaterelease. net) Some 4. 2 million travellers used Frankfurt Airport (FRA) within January 2017, resulting in an increase of approximately 75, 000 passengers (up 1 ) 8 percent) and a new The month of january monthly record at FRA.
Thus, this continues the traveler growth trend set during the last 8 weeks of 2016. FRA’s cargo quantity rose briskly by 5. six percent to 168, 556 metric tons. The growing global need for goods and the timing from the Chinese New Year encouraged these types of dynamic developments at the beginning of 2017.
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Accumulated maximum takeoff dumbbells (MTOWs) at FRA dropped somewhat by 1 . 6 percent in order to about 2 . 2 million metric tons. Aircraft movements also reduced slightly by 1 . 0 % to 33, 900 takeoffs plus landings.
Fraport’s airport terminal portfolio reported the following traffic overall performance in January 2017. Ljubljana Airport terminal (LJU) in the capital of Slovenia achieved a noticeable 21. 5% rise in traffic to 89, 396 people. At Lima Airport (LIM) within the Peruvian capital, traffic advanced simply by 11. 8 percent to 1. seven million passengers.
Fraport’s Twin Star Airports of Varna (VAR) and Burgas (BOJ) around the Bulgarian Black Sea coast collectively welcomed 39, 326 passengers, lower 4. 5 percent year-on-year. With 675, 991 air travelers, Antalya Airport terminal (AYT) on the Turkish Riviera furthermore experienced a slight decline of 1. nine percent. In contrast, in northern Australia, Hanover Airport (HAJ) received three hundred, 722 passengers, up 1 . seven percent. St . Petersburg Airport (LED) in Russia reported a visible 29. 8 percent jump within traffic to some one million passengers. Within China, Xi’an Airport (XIY) documented a strong 19. 2 percent rise in traffic to more than 3. 3 or more million passengers in the reporting 30 days.
Media contact: Robert A. Payne International Spokesman Push Office, Corp. Communications 60547 Frankfurt, Germany Telephone: +49 69 690-78547
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