Aéroports de Paris: 2013 and December traffic figures

Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:51am EST

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In December 2013, Aéroports de Paris saw a record for December with 7.0 million passengers handled, an increase of 4.8% on December 2012. 4.8 million passengers travelled through Paris-Charles de Gaulle (+3.5%) and 2.2 million through Paris-Orly (+7.6%).

In 2013 and for the first time in its history, Aéroports de Paris handled more than 90 million passengers with a total of 90.3 million passengers, up 1.7% compared to the previous year (88.8 million passengers in 2012). Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport welcomed 62.0 million passengers (+0.7%) and Paris Orly airport 28.3 million passengers (+3.8%). Traffic increased by 0.5% during the 1st half of the year and by 2.7% during the 2nd half.

 
Passengers Dec. 2013 % change 2013 % change
Paris-CDG 4,813,289 +3.5% 62,052,917 +0.7%
Paris-Orly 2,240,482 +7.6% 28,274,154 +3.8%
Total ADP 7,053,771 +4.8% 90,327,071 +1.7%
Istanbul Ataturk 3,949,393 +13.1% 51,320,875 +13.8%
Ankara Esenboga 881,904 +21.6% 10,928,403 +17.9%
Izmir 708,012 +11.9% 10,208,627 +9.1%
Madinah 306,745 +56.8% 4,669,181 N/A
Tunisia 75,199 -0.2% 3,437,849 +3.5%
Georgia 107,276 +9.7% 1,642,597 +18.3%
Macedonia 64,299 -4.3% 1,067,467 +16.8%
Gazipasa 16,245 N/A 363,024 N/A
Total TAV Airports 6,109,073 +15.6% 83,638,023 +16.7%
 
 

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Next publications:

Traffic: Thursday 13 February - January 2014 traffic figures
Results: Wednesday 19 February - 2013 annual results





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