European air traffic not to recover until 2024, says Spanish airport operator


© Reuters. The logo of Spanish airports operator Aena is seen on the top of a welcoming sign outside Adolfo Suarez Barajas airport in Madrid

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s airport operator Aena (MC:) said it did not expect European air traffic to recover to pre-Covid levels of activity until 2024, as the state-owned company released its first half results on Tuesday.

Aena also estimated that passenger traffic for 2020 would decrease between 57% and 67% overall, and reported a dive in traffic of 97.8% compared to the same six-month period last year.

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