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Dublin Airport's Passenger Traffic Decreased By 38% In October When Compared To Pre-COVID-19 Pandemic Levels

Published on Dec 8 2021 12:27 PM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / Dublin Airport

Dublin Airport's Passenger Traffic Decreased By 38% In October When Compared To Pre-COVID-19 Pandemic Levels

The number of people that passed through Dublin Airport decreased by 38% in November when compared to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels in 2019, to close to 1.4 million, but passenger traffic last month increased by 1.2 million passengers when compared to 2020.

Europe, UK And North America Traffic

Passenger volumes to and from continental Europe declined by 28% compared to pre-pandemic levels in the eleventh month of the year to over 781,000 people, which an increase of 680,000 versus the same month last year, while passenger traffic to and from the UK declined by 42% compared to pre-pandemic levels to 483,000 passengers, which was an increase of 435,000 when compared to November 2020, and transatlantic passenger traffic declined by 63% to 97,000 passengers, which was an increase of 80,000 passengers versus the same period last year.

Other International And Domestic Traffic

Meanwhile, other international passenger traffic to and from the Middle East declined by 58% compared to pre-pandemic 2019 levels in October to 25,000 passengers, which was an increase of 18,000 when compared to 2020, and the number of people who travelled on domestic routes last month declined by 5% compared to November of 2019 to 7,000, which was an increase of 5,000 when compared to last year."

First 11 Months

The number of people who passed through Dublin Airport during the first 11 months of 2021 declined by 76% compared to the same period in 2019 to close to 7.3 million, which was an increase of 2% when compared with the same period in 2020.

© 2021 Hospitality Ireland – your source for the latest industry news. Article by Dave Simpson. Click subscribe to sign up for the Hospitality Ireland print edition.

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