passenger traffic will recover 75% of its 2019 level

The year 2022 presents itself under “very good auspices”, as evidenced by both the air traffic recorded since the recovery and that expected for the months to come, indicates the National Airports Office (ONDA). Thus, the average forecast recovery rate, compared to 2019, of airport passenger traffic would reach 75%, announced the Office in a press release relayed by MAP. This rate exceeded 100% for several airports, notably those of Tangier (104%), Nador (104%), Al Hoceima (106%), Oujda (108%) and Tetouan (537%). Regarding connectivity, the 2022 summer season will be marked by the creation of 48 new lines, notes ONDA. These include 2 lines at Mohammed V airport, 12 at Marrakech airport, 11 at Agadir and 9 at Nador, in addition to 48 new air routes for several airports (Mohammed V airport to Manama and Kuwait City, Tangier airport for Rome and London-Stansted and Oujda airport for Barcelona, ​​Seville, Montpellier and Nantes). Note that during the period from February 7 (first day of the resumption of international flights) to March 31, the country welcomed 2,228,723 passengers through 21,330 flights. And in March alone, passenger traffic reached 1,452,030 people for 13,543 flights, representing a recovery rate compared to the same period of 2019 of 70% for passengers and 80% for airport movements. . With 170,735 passengers welcomed, domestic air traffic shows a recovery rate of 67% compared to the same period of 2019. As for international traffic, it recorded 1,281,295 passengers, i.e. a rate of 71%. Europe, which represents more than 82% of international traffic, recorded a recovery rate of 66% compared to 2019. For air freight, ONDA reports a recovery rate of 83%.

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