Eurocontrol has published visualised data of air traffic in Europe before and after the pandemic, comparing the traffic on April 18 of last year with April 16 of this year.
According to Eurocontrol’s latest assessment on the impact of Covid-19 on European Air Traffic, all of Europe’s largest airports are as at April 21 managing 90% fewer flights compared to last year.
For the largest Air Operator Groups, the reductions on Tuesday April 21 were: easyJet -99.3%, Ryanair Group -97.8%, IAG Airlines -96,4%, Air-France-KLM -95.6% and Lufthansa Group -95.0%.
DHL Express was the busiest airline with 253 movements, followed by Widerøe (204), Turkish Airlines (103), Lufthansa (96), Bristow Norway and SAS (94), TNT international (91), FEDEX (75), KLM (69) and Qatar Airways (68).
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#COVID19 – just 4162 flights on Thursday 16 April in the European network, down 87% on the same day last year. Sad to see but #wewillcomeback #bettertogether
Publiée par EUROCONTROL sur Samedi 18 avril 2020