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Polish airports see 2.3% y/y rise in passenger numbers

14th February 2014
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In 2013, Poland’s airports handled a combined total of almost 25 million passengers, reveal preliminary figures released by Poland’s Civil Aviation Authority, Thursday.

The figure is a 2.3 percent year-on-year rise on 2012 numbers, marking a slump in growth, as 2012 y/y growth on 2011 stood at 12.5 percent.

The airports which showed the most growth continue to be Warsaw’s Chopin Airport as well as Kraków Airport in southern Poland.

Paweł Zagrajek from Poland’s Civil Aviation Authority said on Thursday that since joining the EU ten years ago, Poland’s market has grown some 250 percent.

 

Poland A.M.


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