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Press Releases & News

| Press releases
Vienna Airport: minus 0.7% in passengers during November 2013
Cargo with year-on-year plus of 11.6%
The number of passengers handled by Vienna Airport in November 2013 declined by 0.7% year-on-year to 1,646,887. Cargo traffic rose by 11.6% during this same period.
Flight movements declined by 6.3% and maximum take-off weight by 1.1% lower. The number of local passengers rose by 1.9% during this same period. The number of transfer passengers using Vienna Airport in November 2013 fell by 6.9% year-on-year.
Passenger traffic to Eastern Europe was 5.1% lower than in November of the previous year. The number of passengers travelling to Western Europe was a slight 0.4% higher, while the Middle East recorded a decline of 2.3% in November 2013. Growth of 10.6% and 43.2% was recorded in passenger traffic to the Far East and North America, respectively.
Results in Detail
  November 2013 Change in % January to
November 2013
Change in %
Passengers: 1,646,887 -0.7 20,395,462 -0.9
Local passengers: 1,165,838 +1.9 14,006,131 +0.4
Transfer passengers: 478,294 -6.9 6,365,092 -3.5
Maximum take-off weight
(in tonnes):
635,224 -1.1 7,312,334 -2.8
Flight movements
(arrival + departure):
18,135 -6.3 213,988 -5.7
Cargo in tonnes
(air cargo and trucking):
24,466 +11.6 234,838 +1.1
For additional information contact: Flughafen Wien AG Press Office
Peter Kleemann (+43-1-) 7007-23000
Clemens Schleinzer (+43-1-) 7007-22399
Stefanie Tomanek (+43-1-) 7007-26939