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Queen Alia International Airport Welcomes Over 738,892 Passengers during October 2023

  • 2023-11-21

Airport International Group has announced that Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) experienced an increase in passenger traffic during October 2023, welcoming 738,892 passengers (PAX), up 2.3% against 2022 figures. QAIA also recorded 6,547 aircraft movements (ACM) and handled 6,496 tons of cargo, representing 10.5% and 21.5% growth, respectively, over the corresponding period last year.

 

In terms of year-to-date figures, QAIA witnessed a 21.9% rise in PAX, with a total of 7,994,674 PAX traveling through compared to the same period in 2022. Furthermore, QAIA reported 66,717 ACM, marking a 16.3% upsurge, and handled 54,953 tons of cargo, denoting a 7.2% rise compared to cargo volumes in 2022.

 

While October continues to show positive growth in passenger traffic, there is a notable shift in trend compared to the previous nine months, where cumulative passenger traffic experienced a 24.4% increase. This shift is directly attributed to recent developments in the Gaza Strip, although Jordan continues to be a safe and welcoming destination for tourists worldwide.

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