Traffic Report Maj 2006 Thursday, June 1, 2006 Link to bottom

2006 Maj
2005
Per cent Change
Operations 4.665 4.818 -3,2 % -153
Scheduled 1.982 2.250 -11,9 % -268
Charter 686 499 37,5 % 187
Other traffic 703 697 0,9 % 6
Local traffic 1.294 1.372 -5,7 % -78
 
 
Passengers 153.912 159.519 -3,5 % -5.607
 
 
Domestic, scheduled 9.751 14.268 -31,7 % -4.517
Arriving 4.867 7.214 -32,5 % -2.347
Departing 4.884 7.054 -30,8 % -2.170
Transit/transfer 0 0 - 0
 
 
International, scheduled 72.378 75.498 -4,1 % -3.120
Arriving 35.988 37.293 -3,5 % -1.305
Departing 35.768 37.167 -3,8 % -1.399
Transit/transfer 622 1.038 -40,1 % -416
 
 
Charter 69.705 67.893 2,7 % 1.812
Arriving 29.937 30.684 -2,4 % -747
Departing 36.226 36.997 -2,1 % -771
Transit/transfer 3.542 212 1.570,8 % 3.330
 
 
Other traffic 1.736 1.575 10,2 % 161
 
 
Local traffic 342 285 20,0 % 57
 
 
Cargo, in tons 4.320 4.149 4,1 % 171
Import 1.930 1.923 0,4 % 7
Export 2.390 2.226 7,4 % 164
 
 

Traffic Report Januar-Maj 2006 Thursday, June 1, 2006

Jan-Maj
2006
Jan-Maj
2005
Per cent Change
Operations 20.020 19.207 4,2 % 813
Scheduled 10.051 10.407 -3,4 % -356
Charter 2.581 2.302 12,1 % 279
Other traffic 2.646 2.580 2,6 % 66
Local traffic 4.742 3.918 21,0 % 824
 
 
Passengers 698.672 710.819 -1,7 % -12.147
 
 
Domestic, scheduled 52.796 63.432 -16,8 % -10.636
Arriving 26.005 32.298 -19,5 % -6.293
Departing 26.791 31.134 -13,9 % -4.343
Transit/transfer 0 0 - 0
 
 
International, scheduled 342.706 341.950 0,2 % 756
Arriving 168.588 167.454 0,7 % 1.134
Departing 168.748 168.286 0,3 % 462
Transit/transfer 5.370 6.210 -13,5 % -840
 
 
Charter 296.427 299.078 -0,9 % -2.651
Arriving 131.446 139.732 -5,9 % -8.286
Departing 137.499 145.928 -5,8 % -8.429
Transit/transfer 27.482 13.418 104,8 % 14.064
 
 
Other traffic 6.215 5.984 3,9 % 231
 
 
Local traffic 528 375 40,8 % 153
 
 
Cargo, in tons 21.584 21.900 -1,4 % -316
Import 10.984 10.448 5,1 % 536
Export 10.600 11.452 -7,4 % -852
 
 

Traffic in Billund in May

At the coming into force of the Summer timetable on March considerable change has taken place in the traffic pattern in Billund. We set out the consequences of this in the April report and there is not much news to add.

Travellers are looking forward to more capacity on the route Billund-Amsterdam from November the coming winter. KLM will fly 4 times daily between Billund and Amsterdam.

We are pleased that Cimber as from May 1st has opened its daily flights on the service to Bergen. And that the same company has opened the first scheduled service ever between Billund and Bornholm with 3 flights per week. Passengers have responded very well indeed to these new initiatives.

To the delight of the market, DAT has reopened its route Billund-Kaunas.

We are pleased to note that more and more passengers become aware of the fact that the quickest way from Jutland to a number of destinations in the Far East is Finnair’s connection from Billund via Helsinki. It is SUN-AIR that operates the flights between Billund and Hensinki.

In the period June 22nd to August 10th Sterling will have scheduled flights between Billund and Athens.

Charter traffic went up by 2.7 % in May. The charter programme for the coming Summer is still being adjusted, but at this point we expect the Summer charter traffic to be a little over last year’s.

Key figures for May are:

Domestic                             - 31.7 %, due to the fact that the Aalborg-Billund service has now stopped.
Scheduled international         - 4.1 %
Charter                                  2.7 %
Passengers total                   - 3.5 %
Cargo                                    4.1 %

Billund, June 1 2006
Airport Manager, CEO