Toulouse-Blagnac: traffic at 82% of pre-pandemic level

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At theToulouse-Blagnac airportTHE passenger traffics in the second quarter of 2023 stood at 82% of 2019 pre-pandemic traffictherefore confirming the recovery recorded for several months.

It is in particular international traffic which has driven this recovery but also low-cost airlines which have progressed.

National traffic : 924,136 passengers (70% of Q2 2019)
In the second quarter, travel in France represented 43% of the platform’s commercial exchanges (-7.7 points vs. Q2 2019). Over this period, the Paris destination achieved a recovery rate of 69% compared to 2019 with 608,595 passengers. With 29% market share, the destination remains the most popular followed by Lyon then Lille for domestic destinations.

International traffic : 1,193,487 passengers (95% of Q2 2019)
Traffic to international destinations in Q2 is close to what we experienced in 2019. This very good recovery is driven by the “international” beam which recorded a spectacular increase with +52%, notably thanks to growth in the Maghreb and the arrival of Air Canada in Montreal, whose flights began at the beginning of June.

Freight and post : With 6,826 tonnes processed, freight and mail traffic represents barely 41% of that of the second quarter of 2019.

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