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Passenger Traffic in Greek Airports up 5.4% in Jan 2020

February 24, 2020
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ATHENS – Passenger traffic in Greek airports grew 5.4 pct in January 2020, in comparison with January 2019, totalling 2,250,000 passengers from 2,135,674 passengers in the same period last year, the Civil Aviation Authority said in a report on Monday.

The authority said that the number of flights at Greek airports totaled 22,307 in January 2020 (of which 12,392 domestic and 9,915 international), an increase of 0.4 pct compared with the corresponding period last year.

The report showed that Kalymnos, Kastoria and Kozani airports recorded the biggest percentage increases in passenger traffic, (262.1 pct, 254.4 pct and 230 pct respectively).

The highest passenger traffic in January 2020 was recorded in Athens airport (1,457,835 passengers), Thessaloniki (410,072 passengers), Heraklion (98,486 passengers), Rhodes (52,384 passengers) and Chania (49,517 passengers).

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