Frankfurt Airport Handles 4.1m Passengers in January 2024

Frankfurt Airport Handles 4.1m Passengers in January 2024
Photo Credit: Fraport.

Fraport, the operator of Frankfurt Airport, has announced the handling of 4.1m passengers in January 2024.

Such a figure represents an 11.1% increase compared to the same period last year, showing that the airport is heading in the right direction on those numbers.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Frankfurt Airport Handles 4.1m Passengers in January 2024…


Frankfurt Airport Handles 4.1m Passengers in January 2024
Photo Credit: Fraport.

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The official figure for Frankfurt Airport was 4,067,305 passengers for January 2024.

With all of the other airports Fraport owns, the figure comes to a total 8.9m passengers handled in that time period, an increase of 9.5% year-on-year.

On passenger numbers for FRA, this is what the operator had to say:

“Passenger numbers for the month in review were still 12.6 percent below the figure for January 2019 before the pandemic.”

“Cargo volumes in Frankfurt rose significantly in January 2024, climbing by 8.8 percent year-on-year to 154,296 metric tons.”

“The number of aircraft movements also grew by 4.5 percent to 31,060 takeoffs and landings.”

“At the same time, accumulated maximum takeoff weights (MTOWs) rose by 6.4 percent to around 2.0 million metric tons.”

Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the next few months ahead for Frankfurt Airport, especially as we get closer to the Summer 2024 season, where numbers are expected to rise once again.

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