TOP 10 airports with the most canceled and delayed flights in Europe, in July 2022!
With the removal of COVID-19 travel restrictions, air travel to, from and across Europe is slowly returning to normal. The European Travel Commission (ETC) said 70% of pre-pandemic trips will be recovered this year. As things stand, the recovery of air traffic is higher than estimated.
Under these conditions, many airlines were taken by surprise and unprepared for the big wave of travel. There is an acute staffing crisis at airlines and at airports. Tens of thousands of flights have already been canceled for the 2022 summer season.
At the same time, tens of thousands of flights are delayed, disrupting the travel plans of millions of people around the world. Every day, tens of thousands of passengers are stranded at airports and unable to reach their destination on time.
The number of canceled and delayed flights in the summer months is higher than ever, in the context of an unrestricted period and lockdown, and travelers are now advised to avoid crowded airports and try to make reservations at airlines with which the chances of having a canceled or delayed flight are smaller.
Recently published data from Hopper Inc, an online travel agency backed by Goldman, shows that Brussels Airport and Frankfurt International Airport have the highest number of delayed flights for July, while the latter also has the highest number of flights. canceled flights.
According to the report, below are the top ten airports with the highest number of delayed flights in July:
- Brussels Airport (BRU), Brussels, Belgium - 72% late, 2,5% canceled
- Frankfurt International Airport (FRA), Frankfurt, Germany - 68% delayed, 7,8% canceled
- Eindhoven Airport (EIN), Eindhoven, The Netherlands - 67% delayed, 1,8% canceled
- Luton Airport (LTN), London, United Kingdom - 66% late, 2,7% canceled
- Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD), Budapest, Hungary - 65% delayed, 2,1% canceled
- Lisbon Airport (LIS), Lisbon, Portugal - 65% delayed, 4,8% canceled
- Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG), Paris, France - 62% delayed, 3,1% canceled
- Schiphol Airport (AMS), Amsterdam, The Netherlands - 61% late, 5,2% canceled
- Cote d'Azur Airport (NCE), Nice, France - 60% late, 3,4% canceled
- Gatwick Airport (LGW), London, United Kingdom - 59% late, 1,4% canceled