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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ACI Europe: Europe’s airports have lost 1,26 billion passengers

On the eve of ACI EUROPE’s 31st Annual Congress and General Assembly, the airport association has set the scene with the release of its latest traffic data, revised forecasts, and the publication of the Airport Industry Connectivity Report 2021. Europe’s airports have lost 1.26 billion passengers so far this year1 – a decrease of -62% […]

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ACI EUROPE: Holiday season improvements in passenger traffic “cannot be called a recovery”

European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, today released its air traffic report for July 2021, as well as preliminary data for the month of August. The report shows that passenger traffic in the European airport network decreased by -49.3% in July compared to the same period pre-pandemic (2019) – a significant improvement compared to previous months (-74% in Q2 […]

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ACI Europe: Latest traffic data shows disastrous COVID-19 impact on airport industry

European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, today released its air traffic report for June, Q2 & H1 as well as an interim update for July. The report reveals the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Europe’s airports, with passenger traffic decreasing by -64.2% during the first half of the year – and almost coming to complete standstill in the second Quarter, with a […]

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ACI EUROPE revises recovery projection to 2024 whilst reporting only marginal traffic increase for June

ACI EUROPE reported that passenger traffic across the European airport network stood at -93% in June compared to the same period last year – a marginal improvement over the previous month (May 2020: -98%). Europe’s airports welcomed only 16.8 million passengers through their doors in June, compared to 240 million in the same month last […]

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Europe and Asia Pacific show increased hotel pipeline activity

Two of the four world regions, Europe and Asia Pacific, showed an increase in hotel pipeline activity at the end of the third quarter, according to September 2021 data from STR. September 2021 (% changes in comparison with September 2020) Europe In Construction: 230,265 rooms (+6.6%) Final Planning: 171,988 rooms (+5.9%) Planning: 148,565 rooms (-4.8%) […]

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ACI: Unprecedented impact of pandemic on European airports

As Europe’s economies have come to a stand-still over the past weeks, so has the European airport network. Restrictions to travel and lockdowns imposed by governments as well as airlines grounding most of their fleet have resulted in passenger traffic at Europe’s airports falling off a cliff. 106 million passengers lost in March alone Passenger […]

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Scoot transforms the tourism experience between Asia-Pacific and Europe via Athens

Scoot – Singapore Airlines’ wholly-owned long-haul, low-cost subsidiary – is changing the airtravelling scenery between Asia-Pacific and Europe, by launching LLC intercontinental services from Athens scheduled to commence on 20 June 2017. The commencement of Scoot’s Athens-Singapore services is part of the SIA Group’s strategic move to stimulate passenger traffic between Asia Pacific and Europe, […]

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Scoot chooses Athens as Europe’s hub for low cost flights to Asia-Pacific

Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) wholly-owned long-haul, low-cost subsidiary – has announced today that it will launch services between Athens and Singapore! Scheduled to commence on 20 June 2017, the new service between Singapore and Athens marks Scoot’s first long-haul flight between Asia Pacific and Europe, as well as the longest flight operated by a low-cost carrier […]

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