Passenger site visitors at airports operated by the Spanish firm Aena exceeded pre-COVID-19 ranges for the seventh consecutive month in July, outperforming different European airports that didn’t attain 2019 ranges.
The corporate, which is managed by the federal government, stated in a press release immediately, Monday, that the variety of passengers via Spanish airports rose in July by 10% on an annual foundation, to 29.7 million passengers.
The airports operated by Aina dealt with 159.2 million passengers within the first seven months of the 12 months, a rise of 21% over 2022 and 1.2% over 2019.
Leisure journey has rebounded this 12 months on account of vacationers from colder climate international locations, exhausted by the pandemic, to southern Europe regardless of greater temperatures and better resort and flight costs.
Based on the Worldwide Air Transport Affiliation, journey ranges this 12 months are about 90% of pre-pandemic ranges.