(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)
Ostend-Bruges Airport has had an excellent year. Last year, 369,300 passengers travelled through the airport, which is 67pc more than last year and again 81% of the number of passengers travelling through Ostend Airport in 2019.
“After two exceptional and difficult years, 2022 could again see plenty of travel. The airport can therefore record exccellent passenger figures and an excellent occupancy rate over the full year,” says CEO Eric Dumas.“The summer months were again absolute top months for our airport. In July, August and September, we welcomed 140,000 passengers.”
In total, the airport received 369,363 passengers last year. That is an increase of 67% compared to 2021 and again 81% of the number of passengers who travelled through our airport in 2019.“A very nice result. In December, we welcomed as many passengers as in December 2019. A great harbinger for 2023,” says CEO Eric Dumas.
In 2023, the Turkish destination Antalya will again be added to the flight schedule.“In total, travellers can once again fly to 13 Spanish, Greek and Turkish destinations. We expect at least as many passengers in 2023 as this year,” Dumas concludes.
The number of business flights increased by 12pc at Ostend-Bruges Airport last year.“Business aviation is an important pillar for our airport. Since 2019, thanks to NSAC, our airport has a brand new Business Terminal. NSAC offers business travellers the speed, comfort and discretion they need. This increase is a great reward for NSAC's hard work and investment. Together with NSAC, we will continue to promote our airport,” Dumas said.
In 2022, NSAC also inaugurated 12 new General Aviation hangars. These hangars are a huge asset for General Aviation activities at our airport and will also attract new commercial activity from smaller aviation players.
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