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Passenger traffic rises at airports in Hungary

Passenger traffic rises at airports in Hungary
BRUSSELS, April 4, 2013
Good news from Hungary: Contrary to the general decline in passenger traffic at European airports, Hungary is the European Union country where more passenger traffic rises, with an increase in 2013 of 15.7%
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   The European Union airports lost in February by 2.8% on average in passenger traffic over the same time last year, with Spain among the most affected by losing 9.6% and placed in the fourth position in the ranking of EU countries with the greatest decline, according to data released Thursday by the Airports Council International (ACI).
   Only Slovakia (-23.3%), Cyprus (-20.8%) and Estonia (-13.6%) have reduced stronger than Spain in passenger traffic at its airports, while follow Czech Republic (- 9.3%), Greece (-6.3%), Austria (-5.6%), Finland (4.7%), Slovenia (-4.4%) and Sweden (-3.2%).
   Italy also lost traffic (-3.4%), Belgium (-2.1%) and Germany (-2.1%) and Lithuania (-1.7%), Denmark (-1.6%) , Latvia (-1.2%), Portugal (-1%), Ireland (-0.8%), the Netherlands (-0.5%), France (-0.3%) and the UK (-0 , 1%).
   Despite the overall decline, the Twenty-six countries have better numbers in 2012. Airports in Hungary are those who had a greater rise in passenger traffic (15.7%), followed by Poland (7.5%), Romania (5.4%), Malta (4.2%), Luxembourg (3.9%) and Bulgaria (2.9%).
   Croatia, the next July will enter the community club, also has increased passenger traffic, an increase of 3.2%.
Source: EuropaPress