2015-02-06, kl. 15:59
During the first month of the year, domestic traffic fell two per cent to just over 151,000 passengers, while international traffic was down nine per cent to about 18,000 passengers compared to the same period last year.
“After record volume last year, when we among other things set a new passenger record for the full year of almost 2.4 million passengers at Bromma Stockholm, we saw a marginal decline in traffic in January,” says Peder Grunditz, airport director at Bromma Stockholm Airport.
“This change is mostly due to us having more holidays in the calendar at the beginning of the year, which affected the number of journeys on those days,” Mr Grunditz notes.
The number of landings in scheduled traffic fell four per cent to about 1,700 in January compared to the same month last year.
“The new year has now begun, and a lot of things are happening at the airport. In the latest customer satisfaction survey, we also reached 81 per cent satisfied customers, which is a new record for Bromma Stockholm, and we are very pleased about this. In January, we placed a new, expanded baggage system in service, increased the number of automated check-in machines and inaugurated a new international route between Vilnius and Bromma,” Mr Grunditz adds.