Almost 4.9 million passengers flew to, via or from Schiphol in October 2022. In October 2021 there were 3.7 million, in October 2020 1.1 million and 6.4 million passengers in October 2019. The number of commercial flights to and from Schiphol was 36,365 (+16% compared to 2021, +85% compared to 2020). and -18% compared to 2019). The number of cargo flights was 1,585 (-21% compared to 2021, -26% compared to 2020, +18% compared to 2019). The transported tonnage decreased by 16% compared to the previous year, -11% compared to 2020 and -13% compared to 2019.
|number of passengers||6,431,443||1,143,575||3,746,152||4,912,421|
|Number of commercial flights||44,503||19,614||31,326||36,365|
|Number of cargo flights||1,340||2.139||2.019||1,585|
Of the 4.9 million passengers in October, almost 1.7 million passengers had a transfer at Schiphol. The passengers with one connection were 850,000 individual passengers, which are counted twice in the international counting system: as an arriving passenger and as a departing passenger. 3.4 million passengers traveled to or from a destination within Europe, almost 1.5 million outside Europe.
The number of pure cargo flights fell from 2,019 in 2021 to 1,585. The total volume transported in October 2022 was 125,358 tons.
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