Dublin Airport's April Passenger Traffic Declined 99% Due To COVID-19 Crisis
Dublin Airport has revealed that the number of passengers to which it played host in April of this year decreased 99% from the number for the same month last year to almost 27,000 due to the COVID-19 crisis.
Europe, UK And North America Traffic
The number of passengers that travelled to and from continental Europe declined by 99% to approximately 9,600, and UK traffic and North America traffic also declined by 99% to approximately 9,000 passengers and 4,700 passengers, respectively.
Other International And Domestic Traffic
Meanwhile, other international passenger traffic to the Middle East fell by 96% to just over 3,000 passengers, and the number of passengers that passed through Dublin Airport while using domestic routes decreased by 98% to approximately 170.
First Four Months Figure
More than 5.2 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport during the first four months of 2020, which was a 44% decrease from the figure for the same period last year.
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