The ACI Europe associated European airports reported passenger growth of 4.8% to 1,166.2 million passengers served. The main European hubs (Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Zurich, Rome Fiumicino, Madrid, London Heathrow), representing 36% of total associated airport traffic, and their percentage growth on the previous year are shown below.
EUROPEAN AIR TRAFFIC - THE MAIN HUBS
If the 42 ACI Europe member airports are included in the analysis, Malpensa ranks second by percentage growth in the period considered (+11.5%), between Budapest (+13.5%) and Athens (+11.2%), as shown below.
Cargo traffic was stable on the previous year (-0.2%), with a total of over 12.0 million tons handled. In terms of goods handled, in the rankings of the main ACI Europe member airports, Malpensa comes in fifth (558.2 thousand tons), after Frankfurt (first airport with over 2.1 million tons), Paris Charles de Gaulle (with 2.0 million tons) and London Heathrow and Amsterdam (with 1.7 million tons each).