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Vienna reports 10% traffic rise for February

Vienna International Airport is reporting a 10.3% rise in passenger traffic for February 2012.

Vienna International Airport is reporting a 10.3% rise in passenger traffic for February 2012.

If the figures for February 29, 2012 are removed from the equation, the year-on-year increase would have been around 6%.

The Austrian gateway also reveals that it handled 22% more transfer passengers this February than it did in the corresponding month a year ago.  

Passenger traffic to Eastern Europe and Western Europe rose by 23.6% and 5.7%, respectively, over February 2011.

The number of passengers travelling to the Middle East was 4.3% higher in February 2012.

However, declines were recorded in flight movements with minus 0.5%, maximum take-off weight (MTOW) with minus 1.1% and cargo with minus 4.7%. 

 

Results in Detail

February 2012

Change in %

January to

February 2012

Change in %

Passengers:

1,387,505

+10.3

2,785,197

+9.6

Transfer passengers:

431,222

+22.0

899,172

+20.7

Maximum take-off weight 
(in tonnes):

590,848

-1.1

1,189,139

-2.8

Flight movements
(arrival + departure):

17,959

-0.5

36,041

-1.6

Cargo in tonnes
(air cargo and trucking):

21,231

-4.7

40,415

-7.4

 

 

 


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