In 2020, the passenger throughput of Hefei Xinqiao airport will be 8.594 million, a year-on-year decrease of 30%, and the cargo throughput will be 87500 tons, a year-on-year increase of 0.5%.
Affected by the epidemic, there were only 3.26 million passengers entering and leaving Hefei Xinqiao airport in the first half of the year, a year-on-year decrease of more than half. In the second half of the year, with the gradual improvement of the epidemic situation, the passenger throughput and the number of flights taking off and landing gradually recovered. During the national day, 289000 passengers were transported and 2221 flights took off and landed, both exceeding the same period. After the implementation of winter flights on October 20, some new flights were encrypted, with more than 2400 scheduled flights per week. Finally, the passenger throughput in the second half of the year increased by more than 60% compared with the first half of the year. According to statistics, the annual passenger throughput of Hefei Xinqiao airport was 8.594 million, a year-on-year decrease of 30%, but it was still 6.6 percentage points higher than the national average level of airport transport production. Compared with the same period, passenger transport production has recovered 70%.
Different from passenger transport, in the face of the epidemic, the freight and mail transport will reverse in 2020. During the epidemic period, the transportation of epidemic prevention materials has become the most important thing. International and domestic full cargo flights such as American conney airlines, Russian royal airlines, Longhao airlines and Shunfeng continued to operate from time to time. In particular, the number of "passenger to cargo" flights reached 115 throughout the year, contributing to the global anti epidemic forces. In the second half of the year, the airport opened a new full freighter regular flight to Beijing Daxing, and SF Airlines added a 737 full freighter to spend the night at the airport. The freight flight capacity increased significantly, and finally turned red in adversity.
Source: civil aviation resources network