Passenger records are starting to fall around the world as airports begin to announce their 2015 traffic figures.
London City Airport (LCY) has become the first airport to officially unveil its traffic figures for last year, the gateway handling a record breaking 4.3 million passengers (+18.8%) in 2015.
Warsaw's Chopin Airport had broken all records this year by handling more than 11 million passengers for the first time in its history.
New York-JFK's Terminal 4 had double reason to celebrate this week – yesterday handling its 19 millionth passenger this year and today opening a new chocolate shop!
Passenger numbers at the world's airports increased by 6% in October, according to the latest traffic figures by ACI.
Traffic growth across Europe’s airports continued its upward trajectory in November, with Copenhagen Airport one of the continent’s top performing gateways courtesy of a healthy 12.2% rise in throughput.
Passenger traffic at LA/Ontario International Airport (ONT) was up 5.64% in October, according to the latest figures released by the Californian gateway.