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Feb 13, 2024 14:25 EEST
February 13 (SeeNews) - Germany's Fraport Group, the operator of Bulgaria's coastal airports of Varna and Burgas, said on Tuesday that combined traffic numbers for the facilities went down by an annual 12% to 85,231 passengers in January.
The passenger volume at Burgas Airport soared by 105.5% on the year to 11,906 last month but dropped by 19.5% to 73,325 at Varna Airport, Fraport Group, majority owner of the airport operator Fraport Twin Star Airport Management, said in a monthly traffic report.
The total passenger numbers at both airports amounted to 125.5% of the traffic recorded in the same month of pre-pandemic 2019.
Cargo handled at the Varna and Burgas airports sank 54.4% year-on-year to 26 tonnes in January, while aircraft take-offs and landings rose 0.4% to 823.
Last week, Fraport Twin Star Airport Management said Burgas Airport will close from March 7 to March 31 due to planned repairs.
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