ENAIRE has overcome the barrier of 2 million managed flights

- Madrid, Spain.

ENAIRE, the Spanish air navigation operator and fourth most important in Europe, has exceeded the mark of two million managed flights. It is an all-time record in air navigation in Spain.

With 19 days left to end the year, ENAIRE expects to manage in 2018 approximately 90,000 flights more than in 2017, transporting over 300 million people.

Cumulative over the first 11 months

From 1 January to 30 November of this year, ENAIRE has managed 1,943,544 flights, which represent a 4.8% increase on the first eleven months of 2017.

All ENAIRE control centres registered an increase: the Canary Islands, 321,357 (+6.9%); Seville, 371,242 (+5.3%); Madrid, 1,057,418 (+5.2%); Barcelona, 893,220 (+3.7%); and Palma, 310,925 (+3.3%).

So far this year, all traffic types are on the rise, especially domestic traffic, with 388,656 flights, representing an 8.1% increase. International flights were 1,148,312 (+3.1%) and overflights (which do not depart from or arrive at a Spanish airport) 406,576, 6.8% more.

Air traffic statistics have been steadily increasing for more than five years (62 months).


November figures

ENAIRE managed a total amount of 148,815 flights in November, a 6.6% increase During the last month, air traffic grew in all ENAIRE control centres: Seville, 31,711 (+13.7%); Palma, 12,945 (+11.3%); Madrid, 89,404 (7.3%); Barcelona, 59,102 (+6.3%); and the Canary Islands, 31,388 (4%).  

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