Edinburgh Airport Transatlantic Traffic Returns to Pre-pandemic Levels

DALLAS – Edinburgh Airport (EDI) has almost fully recovered its international passenger numbers, reporting that its transatlantic flights are back to 2019 levels.

Flights to and from the UK and inside the Common Travel Area, which includes Ireland and the Channel Islands, have recovered more slowly, with traffic in June only reaching 65% of pre-COVID levels, according to The Scotsman.

Scotland’s busiest airport reported similar July numbers but forecast that overall passenger numbers would not reach 2019 levels until the end of 2020.

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Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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