In October, regional airports recorded their highest pre-pandemic levels
In October, regional airports recorded their highest pre-pandemic levels of passenger numbers in more than three years. Outperforming the wider travel market, regional airports saw an increase in demand for transatlantic flights
As the third and fourth waves of the pandemic subside, it is now safe to talk about how Greek regional airports are starting to break records. In October, regional airports recorded their highest pre-pandemic levels in two decades
Greek regional airports are poised to break passenger records and set a new high-water mark just in time for the New Year.
Athens (Heraklion) and Thessaloníki were the top two airports in terms of passenger traffic during the first quarter of this year, having both recorded over 1 million passengers.
The regional airports of Asia-Pacific are set to hit a new record for passenger numbers in Oceania, as the industry returns to growth after experiencing debilitating damage during the respiratory pandemic, trade publication Airports Council International (ACI) said.
October was an exceptionally disruptive month for Greek regional airports.
With the continuation of an unprecedented tourism boom in Greece, regional airports are set to break passenger record this month.
Airlines in Greece have seen their highest levels of traffic for several years, with the total passenger numbers expected to continue rising. The number of passengers traveling from throughout Greece is set to reach one million in October, having increased by 24% during the first two months of the year.