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Airports will face the first ‘weekend’ of August with fewer flights than in 2019

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 15:07:12

Spanish airports receive fewer flights. The Aena airport network will operate a total of 26,184 flights between this Friday and next Monday, August 7, which is 1.67% less than the same period in 2019, with 26,628 flights. On the contrary, it does exceed by 3.27% the 25,356 movements of last year, with 828 more this year 2023. Similarly, this Saturday will be the regular day of scheduled operations, with a total of 6,669 flights, followed by Sunday, with 6,595, and on Friday, when 6,569 movements were made, according to the data provided to ‘Europa Press’ by the airport manager. The quietest day will be Monday, August 7, when some 6,351 flights will take place.

The five airports with the most operations during these days will be Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona-El Prat, Málaga-Costa del Sol and Ibiza.

Palma de Mallorca and Malaga exceed 2019

Both the Palma de Mallorca and Malaga airports exceed the figures for 2019 on this first weekend of August, while the two large airports in Spain, in Madrid and Barcelona, ​​have not yet reached the pre-pandemic numbers, with 500 and 457 less operations, respectively.

Specifically, the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas is at the head of the movements of national airports in this period, with 4,147 operations, with this Friday being the day with the most flights, up to 1,071.

This is followed by the Palma de Mallorca airport, with 3,872 movements scheduled for these four days; that of El Prat, with a total of 3,763 operations; and those of Malaga-Costa del Sol and that of Ibiza, with 2,095 and 1,609 flights, respectively.

The flight schedule is subject to changes that may occur in the operations of the different airlines depending on the different situations that arise.

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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