• Passengers Up By 6.4% In 2018 To 4.8m

    6 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    London City Airport has published its official annual passenger figures for 2018, showing that the number of passengers using London's most central airport during the year totalled a record-breaking 4,800,190.
    The volume of annual passengers comprises both arriving and departing customers - and is the highest ever recorded for the 31-year old airport, located in the fast-growing Royal Docks area of London. It represents a 6.4% increase in passengers year-on-year, compared to the 4,511,107 passengers in 2017. The number of annual flights in 2018 totalled 75,271 air traffic movements...
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  • November Passenger Traffic Tops the Charts at Denver International Airport

    November Passenger Traffic Tops the Charts at Denver International Airport

    6 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    More than 5.2 million passengers traveled through Denver International Airport in November 2018, making it the busiest November in Denver aviation history. The month marked the 14th consecutive month of record-breaking passenger traffic.
    November passenger traffic increased by 7.4 percent from 2017 to 2018. From December 2017 to November 2018, 64.2 million passengers passed through DEN - more passengers than at any other 12-month timeframe in the airport's history.
    During the month, Frontier added service to Harlingen, Texas, a previously unserved destination from DEN. This is one of the...
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  • Melbourne Airport passenger performance November 2018

    Melbourne Airport passenger performance November 2018

    6 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    The number of international travellers flying through Melbourne Airport in November grew almost 10 per cent compared to November 2017. More than 85,000 additional international passengers passed through the door, lifting total international numbers to almost 950,000 for the month.
    The strong growth in international passenger numbers helped offset a weakened domestic market during the month.
    Melbourne Airport recorded domestic growth of just 0.05 per cent for the month, including domestic on carriage passengers (domestic passengers flying via an international service).
    The disappointing...
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