Katowice and Poznan airports note the highest increases

opublikowano: 15-04-2008, 20:29

Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – Polish airports increased the number of passengers in the first quarter of this year by nearly 700,000 while the January-March period is usually the weakest one.

In 2008, Polish airports will have 22.6m passengers, or over 18 percent more than in 2007 (19.1m), the forecast of the Civil Aviation Office (ULC) says. In the first quarter, the number of passengers as compared to the same period of 2007 grew by nearly 700,000 people.

“The first quarter is usually the weakest one. Much bigger increases will start in spring and summer. There is a group of dynamic airports, including Katowice and Poznan and less dynamic ones like Wroclaw, Krakow and Lodz. This may change, however”, Tomasz Dziedzic from the Institute of Tourism commented.

Four ports, i.e. Katowice, Gdansk, Poznan and Warsaw, generated nearly 85 percent of all growth.

Katowice had 474,600 passengers, or 53.3 percent more than in the first quarter of 2007. Poznan saw growth of 58.3 percent. Krakow which was left by SkyEurope and Germanwings rose only 5.8 percent for the worst result among 9 Polish airports.

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