Between January and July 2010, both Berlin Airports handled 12.3 million passengers, an increase of circa plus 4.4% upon last year – with the number of incoming/outgoing flight movements remaining static at 134,000 for this same period.
Strong passenger growth of circa plus10% have put both of the International Berlin Airports – TEGEL and SCHOENEFELD/BBI – on course for a record annual traffic year in 2010.
The group, which operates Schoenefeld and Tegel airports in the capital, ‘Berlin Airports/ Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH’ has reported that both airports together handled 2.16 million passengers in July this year.
Berlin Airports/ Berliner Flughafen-Gesellschaft mbH have reported a sustained passenger growth with an increase of circa 1/2 million travellers [JANUARY up til end of JULY 2010], and this with all the havoc caused by the Icelandic ash clouds, some labour disputes and a very sustained and intense winter.
Passengers transferring in Tegel has doubled ever since ‘Air Berlin’ started using the airport as its hub in May – this years total pax figure at TEGEL could well reach a cumulative annual number of record of more than 22 million passengers, which would be a new record.
Passengers transferring thru Tegel has doubled ever since ‘Air Berlin’ started using the airport as its hub in May – this years total pax figure at TEGEL could well reach a cumulative annual record number of more than 22 million passengers..
Schoenefeld/BBI Airport reported 730,775 passengers in July, a year-on-year increase of plus 6.9% while Tegel handled 1.43 million, up by 11.6%.
Related article about Air Berlin on previous OTA-Berlin Constituency Blog;
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