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Spain Airport Arrivals up 4.4%

Source: AENA - Sat 9th Nov 2013
Spain Airport Arrivals up 4.4%

The Spanish Aviation and Navigation Authority - AENA - have reported how the number of passengers serviced during the month of October increased year-on-year at the following Airports :

Alicante-Elche ( 11.5 % ) ; Ibiza ( 10.2 % ); Lanzarote (9.5% ); Malaga - Costa del Sol ( 5.3% ); Gran Canaria (5% ); Fuerteventura (3.1% ); Palma de Mallorca ( 3% ); Valencia ( 2.9%) and Barcelona-El Prat (2.1% )

Madrid- Barajas Airport in particular saw their busiest month for the last 12 months, welcoming some 3.4 Million passengers.

The number of passengers across AENA's network of 46 Airports exceeded 16 million passengers, whilst the number of flights numbered slightly over 158,000.

Of this number some 12,030,583 passengers arrived on international routes - up 4.3% on the same month of 2012 - and following September's 2.5% growth on the same month last year.

However, despite increasing international passenger numbers, the number of domestic passengers has fallen to such an extent that the combined number of flights was down 0.7% on October 2012.

As far as the first 10 months of the year is concerned, the number of international passengers increased by 1.3 % to 113'614'079, with the combined total (including domestic passengers) for the same period increasing by 4.4% year-on-year to reach 163'398'611 passengers.

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