Airports: passenger increase in Puglia, + 13.1% on 2019 – Puglia

Airports: passenger increase in Puglia, + 13.1% on 2019 – Puglia
Airports: passenger increase in Puglia, + 13.1% on 2019 – Puglia
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On an annual basis, between Bari and Brindisi, 6,219,243 travelers

(ANSA) – BARI, 02 SEPT – Air traffic in Puglia in August showed an increase even compared to the pre-Covid period. Passengers arriving and departing at the airports of Bari and Brindisi were 1,093,460, + 22.5% compared to the same month in 2019. Of these, 569,819 (+ 33.1%) were domestic passengers, 505,668 (+ 17.6%) those of the international line. In detail, last month, passengers arriving and departing from Bari were 714.004 (+ 20%); more marked, + 33%, the increase for the national line, slightly lower (+ 16.1%) that of the international line. On Brindisi there were 379,456 passengers, +27.4 compared to the same month of 2019, with an increase that amounted to + 3.2% for the national line and + 22.3% for the international line. On an annual basis, between Bari and Brindisi, passengers were 6,219,243, + 13.1% compared to 5,496,725 passengers in the first eight months of 2019. “Puglia and its airports – declares the president of Aeroporti di Puglia , Antonio Maria Vasile – have not betrayed expectations. The excellent work carried out, which saw us busy even during the most acute phase of the pandemic emergency, has put our airport network in the ideal conditions to face the recovery with great enthusiasm. by chance, therefore, that Bari and Brindisi are among the very few airports that not only filled the gap compared to the pre-pandemic period, but even recorded significant growth rates “. (HANDLE).

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