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Irish Air Traffic Declined By 60.9% Year-On-Year In January

Published on Feb 15 2021 12:01 PM in General Industry tagged: Trending Posts / Irish Aviation Authority / IAA

Irish Air Traffic Declined By 60.9% Year-On-Year In January

According to the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), Irish air traffic declined by 60.9% year-on-year in January.

Dublin, Cork And Shannon Airports Terminal Movements

According to IAA data, the total number of terminal movements at Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports decreased by 69.3% year-on-year collectively last month to 6,799.

Dublin Airport recorded a total of 4,063 terminal movements in January, which was a 75.6% year-on-year decrease; Shannon Airport's total terminal movements decreased by 65.2% year-on-year last month to 585; and Cork Airport's total terminal movements decreased by 43.2% year-on-year to 2,151 last month.

The number of commercial terminal movements at Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports decreased by 78.3% year-on-year collectively last month to 4,074.

Dublin Airport recorded 3,661 commercial terminal movements in January, which was a 77.4% year-on-year decrease; Shannon Airport's commercial terminal movements decreased by 72.7% year-on-year last month to 333; and Cork Airport's commercial terminal movements decreased by 94.3% year-on-year to 80 last month.

Overflight Traffic And North Atlantic Communications Flights

IAA data also states that Ireland's overflight traffic movements (flights that do not land in Ireland) decreased by 57% year-on-year in January to 11,143.

Additionally, the number of North Atlantic communications flights (Europe/US) decreased by 58% year-on-year in January to 15,241.

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