4% Decline in Airport Traffic
4% Decline in Airport Traffic
Thursday, July 12, 2018

4% Decline in Iran Airport Traffic

Thursday, July 12, 2018

4% Decline in Iran Airport Traffic

Iran Airports Company registered a total od 33,451 takeoffs and landings during the Iranian month ending June 21, which shows a 4% decline compared with last year’s corresponding period.
Close to 3.86 million passengers and 36,936 tons of cargo were transported during the period, indicating a 5% year-on-year decrease while the volume of cargo transport remained unchanged, IAC reported on its website.
As for domestic flights, 27,766 takeoffs and landings were registered, down 3% YOY. More than 3.09 million passengers and 21,894 tons of goods were transported domestically, indicating a 6% decline and 1% growth respectively year-on-year.


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