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فرودگاه مونیخ: حجم مسافران دو سوم کاهش می یابد

فرودگاه مونیخ: حجم مسافران دو سوم کاهش می یابد
فرودگاه مونیخ: حجم مسافران دو سوم کاهش می یابد
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After years of continuous traffic growth, the global spread of the قرنطینه has caused passenger numbers at فرودگاه مونیخ to drop again for the first time: Passenger volume fell by around XNUMX million to just under XNUMX million in the first half of XNUMX – a reduction of two thirds compared to the previous year’s level. The number of aircraft movements dropped from over XNUMX take-offs and landings to around XNUMX – a fall of XNUMX percent. The volume of air cargo carried was XNUMX metric tons and has therefore halved compared with the previous year’s figure.

In the second quarter of XNUMX, passenger traffic at Munich Airport almost came to a standstill owing to the global travel restrictions. The volume of passengers decreased by XNUMX percent compared with the previous year. The number of take-offs and landings fell by around XNUMX percent in this period. As a result, the airport recorded the lowest quarterly result since it opened in XNUMX. With a XNUMX percent fall, air cargo saw slightly less of a reduction in the second quarter. Special flights with cargo planes that transported medical supplies to Munich made an impact here.

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are reflected in the traffic statistics for April and May in particular. During these months, the passenger figures amounted to only around one percent of those from the previous year. Since mid-June, when the travel restrictions within the EU were lifted, a slow upward trend is becoming apparent. Where only a few thousand passengers per week were counted in April, numbers were already rising above XNUMX in the first week of July. Now the Bavarian state capital is connected to more than XNUMX destinations around the world once again. In addition to XNUMX connections within Germany and numerous European destinations, travel to seven long-haul destinations in North America (Chicago, Los Angeles, Newark, San Francisco, Washington, Montreal and Toronto) and five long-haul destinations in Asia (Abu Dhabi, Delhi, Doha, Dubai and Seoul) is on offer. There are plans to add further destinations in the Far East in particular this summer.

For the CEO of Munich Airport, Jost Lammers, the airport’s half-year figures are an expression of the massive crisis facing the entire aviation industry: “Just like the airlines, we are in a difficult situation through no fault of our own, which is posing considerable challenges. We are now having to put Munich Airport through a phase of consolidation that will last for a number of years. But with regard to medium- and long-term developments I am still confident that our airport will resume its role as a significant European air transportation hub.”

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