MAp Airports, an Australian airport owner and operator, saw record passenger traffic at its Sydney, Copenhagen and Brussels airports last month, the firm’s latest report has revealed.
Copenhagen Airport recorded a 12.3% rise in total passenger traffic, a 9.7% rise in international traffic, a 17.4% rise in domestic traffic, while 7.9% growth in transfer traffic climbed by 17.9%.
MAp Airports said that total passenger traffic at Sydney Airport increased 7.8%, domestic traffic increased 7.2% and international traffic increased 8.9% in September.
Sydney Airport saw a 41% passenger rise from Korea, 20% from China, New Zealand 9%, India 5% and Canada 2%.
Brussels Airport recorded an increase of 4.1% in total passenger traffic, a 10.8% rise in extra-EU traffic and 0.5% rise in intra-EU traffic for the month.