London-Heathrow announced that it will welcome more passengers than expected this yearand estimated that its attendance in 2024 will return to the level of 2019, before the Covid pandemic.
“ After a strong summer, we revised our ridership forecast for 2023 to 79.3 million passengers », compared to a range of 70 to 78 million previously, declared the United Kingdom’s leading airport platform. And to add: “ We expect 2024 traffic to be consistent with 2019 traffic “.
London Airport welcomed 29 million passengers this summer, bringing the airport’s total number of travelers to 59 million over the first nine months of 2023. In September, its passenger traffic exceeded the pre-Covid level for the first time.
Financially, its overall losses have been reduced considerably, to 19 million pounds sterling (nearly 22 million euros) for the first nine months of 2023, compared to 442 million pounds (508 million euros). ) for the same period in 2022.
“ With connections to more than 214 destinations and more with flights to Peru and Turkmenistan beginning this winter, Heathrow connects all of Britain to global growth », welcomed his manager. And to add: “ Over the next three years we will also invest more than £200 million to reduce our carbon emissions.”