Swedavia has blamed a number of one-off factors for last month's 7% drop in passenger numbers across Sweden's airports.
Despite all the Brexit doom and gloom, London Heathrow’s passenger numbers continue to rise, climbing by 0.5% in March to 6.5 million passengers.
London Heathrow to New York-JFK is Europe's busiest international scheduled service, according to Routesonline, which today revealed that almost three million passengers travelled on the 5,500 kilometre route in 2018.
Munich Airport today reported that it handled an all-time high of 46.3 million passengers (+3.8%) and made a net profit of €150 million in 2018.
Hong Kong International Airport handled 5.89 million passengers and 32,430 flight movements in February, marking year-on-year increases of 1.1% and 0.3%, respectively.
More than a third of a million passengers are expected to pass through Dublin Airport over the St Patrick’s Bank Holiday Weekend.
The fastest growing major passenger route in Asia-Pacific is between South Korea’s capital city, Seoul, and the coastal city of Da Nang in Vietnam, according to Routesonline.
A total of 2.79 million passengers passed through Swedavia's 10 Swedish airports in February – 4% down on the same month a year ago.