Spain’s Airports Continue To Grow Placing Them In Within Europe’s Largest

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Spain’s airports continue to grow, maintaining the influx of passengers visiting Spain on an upwards trend.

The airport which has done exceptionally well in terms of growth and improved connectivity with the rest of the EU as well as customer service was the Alicante-Elche airport which has gained 1.1 million passengers this year and places itself in the group of Europe’s largest airports.

Anea (Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea) – Spanish Airports and Air Navigation, forecasts that the terminal will close the year with over 15 million passengers, 8% more than last year.

The Favourable connectivity with the rest of the EU and the attractiveness of the Costa Blanca in winter are the key factors.

About 600,000 travellers were British, followed by Germany, with 99,687; the Netherlands, with 95,726; Norway, with 73,975; Belgium, with 69,966; and Sweden, with 67,065 passengers.

The increase in domestic traffic was also significant, with 144,257 passengers, an increase of 10.8%.

 

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Cristina Hodgson

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