Larnaca Airport has remained third among Europe’s top airports with passenger traffic between five to 10 million per year, which the largest passenger traffic increase since March.
According to industry trade association, ACI Europe, between January-June, Larnaca Airport ranked third, with a 22.7 per cent increase or 571,926 additional passengers.
Cyprus’ main airport was only preceded by Iceland’s Keflavik Airport, with 39.7 per cent and Ukraine’s Kiev Airport which occupies second place with a 29.4 per cent passenger traffic increase.
In the five to 10 million passengers per year airport group, Larnaca Airport continued to be first among all EU international airports that had achieved the biggest passenger traffic increase.
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7.5 MILLION PASSENGERS
Senior Marketing and Communications Manager at Hermes Airports, Maria Kouroupi, commented: “The maintenance of Larnaca Airport on the ACI ranking alongside Europe’s top airports confirms once more our successful course and the steady increase in passenger traffic.
“Our hard work, planning, and persistence appear to be paying off, since by the end of the year, we expect to surpass 7.5 million passengers in Larnaca alone,” concluded Kouroupi.