Aci Europe: airline bankruptcies and risk aversion limit traffic growth in September
Freight kept declining for the 11th consecutive month -ATTACHMENT
European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE today released its latest air traffic report for September & Q3 2019, measuring all of commercial aviation flights: full service, regionals, low-cost and charter.
On average, the growth in passenger traffic across the European airports stood at +2.2% in September – down from +3.4% in August. The growth in Q3 stood at +2.6% - down from +4.3% in H1. Meanwhile, freight traffic kept declining for the 11th consecutive month at -2.8% (-3% for Q3) and aircraft movements barely increased at +0.8% (+1.1% in Q3).
The integral version of the report (two pages) is attached to this AVIONEWS.
AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency