Monday, 12 August 2013

Commercial traffic at Dublin Airport up 8% in July reports IAA

Courtesy : Dublin Airport Authority 
The Gathering and the signs of recovery in the US economy are spearheading significant growth in transatlantic traffic says Irish Aviation Authority  .Total flights in Irish airspace in July 2013 have increased by 3.4% when compared to July 2012

On an cumulative basis commercial terminal traffic for Shannon, Dublin and Cork Airports for January to July 2013 period was up by 1.9%, compared to the same period in 2012.

In July Commercial terminal traffic increased by 6.3%  at Shannon, Dublin and Cork airports, when compared to July 2012.

Dublin Airport continues to grow, with commercial terminal flights up 8% in July. This is the fifth consecutive month in which growth at Dublin has been recorded.

However Cork Airport recorded negative growth of 4.4% reflecting the withdrawal of Wizzair services.

Shannon Airport had positive commercial traffic growth up 5.6% reflecting increased short-haul and new Transatlantic routes.

The July 2013 figures for the three State airports, when compared to the same month in the previous year are:

Cork Airport: -4.4% with an average of 69 commercial daily movements.

Dublin Airport: + 8% , with an average of 523 commercial daily movements.

Shannon Airport: +1%, with an average of 63 commercial daily movements.

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