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Dublin Airport's Passenger Traffic Increased Year-On-Year In January

By Dave Simpson

The number of people that passed through Dublin Airport decreased by 53% in January when compared to pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels in January of 2020, to close to 992,000, but passenger traffic last month increased by 778,000 passengers when compared to January of last year, according to a statement published on Dublin Airport's website.

Europe, UK And North America Traffic

Passenger volumes to and from continental Europe declined by 42% compared to pre-pandemic 2020 levels in the first month of the year to over 600,000 people, which an increase of 460,000 compared to the same month last year, while passenger traffic to and from the UK declined by 67% compared to pre-pandemic 2020 levels to 251,000 passengers, which was an increase of 221,000 when compared to January of 2021, and passenger traffic to and from North America declined by 53% compared to pre-pandemic 2020 levels to 102,000 passengers, which was an increase of 75,000 passengers compared to January of 2021, according to the statement published on Dublin Airport's website.

Other International And Domestic Traffic

Meanwhile, other international passenger traffic to and from the Middle East declined by 59% compared to pre-pandemic 2020 levels in January to 31,000 passengers, which was an increase of close to 20,000 when compared to 2021, and the number of people who travelled on domestic routes last month declined by 44% compared to January of 2020 to 3,600, which was an increase of close to 2,000 when compared to January of 2021, according to the statement published on Dublin Airport's website.

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