QAIA witnesses continued growth
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Airport International Group (AIG) has witnessed a steady rise in monthly and year-to-date (YTD) passenger and aircraft traffic in February 2013. Passenger traffic went up by almost 5.2% this February, reaching 447,594 PAX in comparison to February 2012’s 425,591 PAX.
Meanwhile, YTD PAX traffic exceeded the 900,000 mark by 22,663 PAX to reach 922,663 PAX in February this year – a 3.8% increase over the 888,819 PAX recorded over the same period in 2012.
Similarly, aircraft movement witnessed a 5.2% increase during February 2013, totalling at 4,960 ACM compared to the 4,713 ACM recorded during the same month in 2012. As for YTD ACM results, they reached 10,229 ACM by February 2013, marking a 4.1% increase over the recorded YTD ACM by February 2012.
“The continued growth in passenger and aircraft traffic at the Queen Alia International Airport affirms the effectiveness of our strategy, which aims to provide quality services for travelers,” said Kjeld Binger, CEO of AIG.
QAIA’s overall traffic has witnessed growth during the period between November 2007 and December 2012, whereby PAX and ACM grew by 62% and 50% respectively.