Some 52 percent more passengers travelled to and

first_imgSome 5.2 percent more passengers travelled to and from European airports between January and March than they did during the same period last year.This is according to new figures from Airports Council International (ACI) Europe, which revealed that growth in passenger levels was recorded at 80 percent of the continent’s airports.ACI Europe director general Olivier Jankovec said it is “encouraging” to see the recovery gain momentum, although conceded that passenger traffic is still around seven percent down on 2008 levels. He also warned that April’s figures will look bleaker due to the disruption caused by the volcanic ash cloud.”This is an extremely severe shock to our recovery, which is still evolving,” he commented.”As disruptions continue to affect parts of Europe, ACI Europe fully supports on-going efforts to fine-tune the methodology used to impose restrictions to air traffic based on more precise data analysis.”Mr Olivier Jankovec said last month that the disruption caused by the volcanic ash cloud had been the worst in European airspace since the Second World War.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedAir passenger numbers fell in Europe during AprilThe number of passengers flying from European airports declined by 13.5 percent in April compared to the same month last year.Passenger growth recorded at European airportsIncreasing numbers of passengers travelled on flights from UK and European airports between January and MarchRecovery in number of passengers taking cheap flights to AthensRecovery in number of passengers taking cheap flights to Athenslast_img read more

EGEB Teslas solar moves Pennsylvania in alliance Tennessee solar farm and more

first_imgIn today’s EGEB:Responding to a decline, Tesla makes changes to its solar business.Pennsylvania joins the US Climate Alliance and looks to cut its emissions.Tennessee’s largest solar farm goes online.Another Long Island town eyes offshore wind.A look at possible “solar superpowers” of the future. more…Subscribe to Electrek on YouTube for exclusive videos and subscribe to the podcast.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8COKnXNH-EThe post EGEB: Tesla’s solar moves, Pennsylvania in alliance, Tennessee solar farm, and more appeared first on Electrek. Source: Charge Forwardlast_img