MAp Airports Reports Rise in September Passenger Traffic

21 October 2010 (Last Updated October 21st, 2010 18:30)

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 traf

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.