Schönefeld Airport and Tegel Airport in Berlin see 14.1 percent air cargo growth in June
July 16, 2016: Schönefeld Airport and Tegel Airport in Berlin handled 3,883 tonnes of air cargo in June 2016, that is an an increase of 14.1 percent in comparison with June 2015.
932 tonnes of air cargo were handled at Schönefeld Airport, 25.1 percent more than in June 2015, while 2,951 tonnes of air cargo were registered at Tegel Airport (+11 percent).
In June 2016, 2,951,674 passengers took off and landed at Schönefeld and Tegel Airports, equivalent to growth of 10.1 percent in comparison with June 2015.
Schönefeld registered 972,905 passengers (+31.8 percent) in June; the comparable figure for Tegel was 1,978,769 passengers (+1.9 percent).
15,239,320 passengers passed through Schönefeld and Tegel Airports between January and June 2016, equivalent to growth of 11 percent in comparison with the same period of the previous year. 5,280,120 passengers were handled at Schönefeld Airport, 39.4 percent more than in the same period of 2015. 9,959,200 passengers were handled at Tegel, 0.2 percent more than in the same period of the previous year.
A total of 21,252 tonnes of air cargo were registered between January and June 2016, which is on a par with the same period of the previous year. At Schönefeld, 4,184 tonnes (+5.6 percent) of air cargo were handled during the first six months while 17,069 tonnes (-1.2 percent) were handled at Tegel.
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