Traffic Report Januar 2004 Sunday, February 1, 2004 Link to bottom

2004 Januar
2003
Per cent Change
Operations 3.040 3.251 -6,5 % -211
Scheduled 1.937 1.922 0,8 % 15
Charter 355 499 -28,9 % -144
Other traffic 382 472 -19,1 % -90
Local traffic 366 358 2,2 % 8
 
 
Passengers 111.851 112.945 -1,0 % -1.094
 
 
Domestic, scheduled 9.872 10.582 -6,7 % -710
Arriving 4.681 5.298 -11,6 % -617
Departing 5.191 5.284 -1,8 % -93
Transit/transfer 0 0 - 0
 
 
International, scheduled 54.182 52.024 4,1 % 2.158
Arriving 24.271 23.934 1,4 % 337
Departing 26.345 26.408 -0,2 % -63
Transit/transfer 3.566 1.682 112,0 % 1.884
 
 
Charter 46.690 49.192 -5,1 % -2.502
Arriving 20.652 20.585 0,3 % 67
Departing 21.194 21.089 0,5 % 105
Transit/transfer 4.844 7.518 -35,6 % -2.674
 
 
Other traffic 1.107 1.147 -3,5 % -40
 
 
Local traffic 0 0 - 0
 
 
Cargo, in tons 3.164 2.893 9,4 % 271
Import 1.451 1.320 9,9 % 131
Export 1.713 1.573 8,9 % 140
 
 

Decent January figures 2004

The pattern continues with growth in the international scheduled services and fall-off in domestic traffic.

There is a slight decline in the number of charter passengers but the good news is that the flights are full at the moment. Tour operators also report a very good sale of charter flights this summer.

It is a pleasure to learn that a large number of package tours are sold to traditional destinations first of all in Greece, Spain and Bulgaria but also to a number of new destinations in Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania and Italy.

The development in cargo has been very positive in the first month of the year with a progress of almost 10 %.

Billund, February 1, 2004

Jørgen Krab Jørgensen