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Portugal’s airports handle over 10 million passengers during first quarter of year

in News · 19-04-2018 14:36:00 · 1 Comments

Over 10 million passengers passed through Portugal’s airports between January and March 2018.

Portugal’s airports handle over 10 million passengers during first quarter of year

The 10 airports in Portugal managed by Vinci handled 10.4 million passengers in the first three months of the year, which is up 12 percent on the same period in 2017, the company said.
Vinci said this reflected the good performance by the five main Airlines that operate in Portugal, all of which had double-digit growth rates.
Lisbon registered the biggest growth of all airports, having processed over half of the ten million passengers registered between January and March.
The capital’s airport saw a 15.9 percent increase in passengers to 6 million, while Porto increased 12 percent to 2.38 million passengers.
In Faro, the bankruptcies of Monarch and Air Berlin in 2017 meant passenger numbers remained stable.
Overall Portuguese airports represented a quarter of all passengers who passed through airports belonging to French group Vinci during that period.

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This is a reason why the airport is dirty and smellyvisit a bathroom and you will discover, or the chewing gum everywhere.
B van der swan
by B vd Swan from UK on 24-04-2018 01:23:00

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Edition 1476
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