Posted on August 8th, 2012
London-area airports are not realizing the expected large-scale traffic increase attributable to this year’s Olympic games, according to data from both Eurocontrol and Avinode. Benchmark data from the opening weekend of the games (July 27 to 29) showed that there hasn’t been a large increase in overall demand in the area, Avinode said. Inbound flights for London-area airports did experience an increase in movements the Thursday before the opening ceremony, but then decreased to average levels on Friday and Saturday, followed by a further drop on Sunday.
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