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ACI Europe: Greece and Athens among the “winners” in terms of connectivity in Europe

Air connectivity in Europe remains 14% lower than in 2019, despite an almost full recovery in passenger traffic, according to the Airport Industry Connectivity Report 2024, by European airport trade body ACI Europe. Among the “winners” are Athens and Greece as a whole, which recorded an increase in connectivity compared to the pre-pandemic period. The […]

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ACI Europe announces full recovery for passenger traffic from April

European airport trade body ACI EUROPE today published its April 2024 air traffic report, showing passenger traffic across the European airport network grew by +8.5% in April compared to the same month last year. This resulted in volumes being just -0.2% below the pre-pandemic (2019) level. The non-EU market performed better, with passenger traffic up […]

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ACI EUROPE: Europe’s regional airports’ response to changes and market challenges

The annual gathering of Europe’s regional airports and their business partners takes place in Dubrovnik. The event is the opportunity to review trading conditions and the latest industry analysis from ACI EUROPE.  While larger regional airports and in particular those serving popular tourism destinations or relying on VFR demand (Visiting Friends and Relatives) have generally […]

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ACI Europe: 2.3 billion passengers at European airports in 2023, what is Athens’ position?

Aircraft movements in Europe increased by 11.8% in 2023 compared to 2022, but are still -8.1% below their pre-pandemic (2019) levels. The report on European airport traffic for the full year 2023, the fourth quarter and December 2023 published by ACI Europe reveals a dynamic aviation market, reshaped by a mix of structural changes, resilience […]

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ACI Europe: Passenger traffic on a steady rebound in the first half of 2023

Passenger traffic across the European airport network increased by +28.3% in H1 2023 compared to the same period last year -with international traffic (+32.2%) growing at twice the rate of domestic traffic (+16.6%). The pace of growth eased in Q2 (+16.3%) compared to Q1 (+49%), reflecting the fact that COVID-19 restrictions on intra-European travel had […]

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ACI Europe: Passenger traffic comes closest yet to full recovery

-Demand remains bullish – despite airlines setting fares more than 6 times higher than consumer inflation rate The air traffic report for April 2023 released today by European airport trade body ACI EUROPE shows passenger traffic made further gains towards a full recovery, but with wide performance divergence across the continent. Passenger traffic in the […]

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ACI EUROPE: Passenger traffic full recovery pushed back to 2025

ACI EUROPE has released a revised passenger traffic forecast for the European airport network, showing that passenger volumes in 2023 are set to fall -9% below pre-pandemic (2019) levels and that a full recovery has now been pushed back to 2025 – rather than 2024 as previously forecast (May 2022). Olivier Jankovec, Director General of […]

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Statement from ACI Europe on proposed airport slot-use rate for winter 2022

Ahead of final discussions between the EU Council and the European Parliament, ACI EUROPE has today urged both institutions to fully endorse the European Commission’s recommendation to return to the 80/20 airport slot usage rate for the Winter 2022-23 season. It is imperative that the EU Council and European Parliament now agree on slot rules […]

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ACI Europe: Air connectivity recovery incomplete and uneven

On the eve of its 32nd Annual Congress and General Assembly, ACI EUROPE is today publishing the Airport Industry Connectivity Report for 2022, which reveals that the recovery of European air connectivity from the COVID-19 pandemic is uneven and still difficult. This reflects the combination of yet not fully lifted travel restrictions, the impact of […]

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ACI EUROPE urges governments to adhere to WHO guidance and reject blanket travel bans

Airport trade body ACI EUROPE has today given its strongest support to the World Health Organisation’s call for a calm and measured response to the Omicron variant, and urged governments to react accordingly. Specifically, in its updated COVID-19 Travel Advice released yesterday, the WHO states: • Countries should continue to apply an evidence-informed and risk-based […]

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