Traffic at Paris airports fell by 74,5% in September 2020 compared to the same period last year.
airports Paris-CDG and Paris-Orly together they registered only 25% of the passenger traffic registered in September 2019, in total 2,4 million passengers.
After a 68.8% decrease in August 2020, passenger air traffic at Paris airports fell by 74,5% in September. All airports managed by ADP Group worldwide, there was a 60.6% decrease in passenger traffic compared to the same period last year.
Traffic at Paris airports fell by 74,5% in September 2020
ADP Group recalls in a press release that at Paris-Charles de Gaulle only terminals 2E, 2F and 2AC are open to accommodate all commercial passenger traffic.
Trade in Paris-Orly, temporarily suspended on 1 April 2020, was resumed on 26 June in Orly 3, on 13 July in Orly 4 and on 24 August in Orly 1.
- Passenger traffic in Franta decreased by 45,9%;
- Passenger traffic in Europe (excluding France) decreased by 76,6%;
- trafficking international (outside Europe) is down -82,6%: North America (-93,0%), Asia-Pacific (-92,4%), Latin America (-91,2%), Middle East ( -84,7%), Africa (-74,5%).
In the first nine months of the year , CDG was transited by 19,27 million passengers, down -66,8% compared to the same period last year. And Paris - Orly International Airport registered 8,55 million passengers, down -65,3%.
As I mentioned in other articles, COVID-19 pandemic has hit hard in aviation, tourism and airports, but also in all related industries.