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Aena says traffic to recover in the winter

Spanish airport operator Aena has revealed figures for airline exit seats for the winter which it says shows a “traffic recovery” for gateways.

From October 26 to March 28, 2015, 41.7 million scheduled seats have been filled from its network of airports - 5% more than the same period last year.

The Spanish airport operator says this is confirmed at Adolfo Suárez Airport Madrid-Barajas with a growth of 10.7% with 11.4 million passengers in exit seats scheduled.

Meanwhile at Barcelona-El Prat, the gateway indicates an increase of 6.8% to 8.4 million of seats scheduled during the winter season, and Palma de Mallorca with 2.4 million, an increase of 8.5%.

The total output of scheduled seats these three airports for the winter season 2014 is over 22 million, which represents an additional two million travellers, 8.9% more than the same period of 2013.

There is also an increase in exit seats scheduled at airports in the Canary Islands, to 9.4 million, at Gran Canaria, three million, and Tenerife South, with 2.4 million, which has increased supply, while the Balearic Islands reach more than three million, 7.6% higher than in 2013.

Airlines have also scheduled for this winter in the Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport are up 3.4% in output movements compared to the same season last year.

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