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From: THOMAS WEBER
13.10.2020 - 19:42

Passenger figures - Malaga Airport in September 2020

#Coronavirus - Passenger figures drop brutally

In September 2020, Malaga Airport registered another big slump regarding airline passengers. A total of 366,312 passengers were welcomed in Malaga which represents a minus of 81,9 % compared to September 2019. 4,47 million passengers were welcomed in Malaga from January to September 2020 which equals a decrease of 71,5 % compared to the same period in 2019.

Here, the September figures of 2020 for the remaining Andalusian airports (compared to September 2019):

Sevilla - 177,864 passengers (-73,6 %)
Jerez de la Frontera - 17,413 passengers (-86,2 %)
Almeria - 19,158 passengers (-84,3 %)
Granada - 36,274 passengers (-68,2 %)

Here, the passenger figures of September 2020 for other Spanish airports (compared to September 2019):

Palma de Mallorca - 513,068 passengers (-86,4 %)
Alicante - 256,993 passengers (-83,4 %)
Valencia - 187,892 passengers (-76,3 %)
Gran Canaria - 295,825 passengers (-70,0 %)
Ibiza - 275,016 passengers (-76,0 %)
Bilbao - 161,337 passengers (-72,3 %)

From January to September 2020 compared to 2019

Madrid - 14,69 million passengers (-68,5 %)
Barcelona - 11,14 million passengers (-72,6 %)
Gran Canaria - 4,17 million passengers (-57,2 %)
Palma de Mallorca - 5,27 million passengers (-78,8 %)

Note: In September 2020, all Spanish Airports combined registered a total of 5,46 million passengers. Considering that 1,96 million of those passengers visited via international routes, the slump amounts to 89,8 % compared to September 2019.  

Graphic: Air traffic Spain © www.flightmap.es
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