Simferopol airport back on positive growth path

Simferopol is Crimea's primary airport The Crimean gateway served more than 375,000 passengers in January and February (Simferopol Airport)

In the first two months of 2018, some 375,000 passengers passed through Crimea’s Simferopol airport, up 7% year-on-year, reversing the negative trend of 2017 when the airport had served 5.129 million passengers or 1.4% less than in 2016.

In January and February of this year, Crimea’s main airport also processed 775 tons of freight and mail. The number of aircraft movements in the period grew by 4% to 1,513, with Ural Airlines, Aeroflot, and Globus (part of S7 Group) the most active operators at the airport. These three collectively transported some 223,000 passengers, or almost 60% of all traffic. The undisputed leader was Ural Airlines, which served more than 84,000 passengers during the period.

During Simferopol’s winter timetable period, eight airlines have been serving a total of nine Russian destinations.

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