Close to 1.6 Million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in October, a 46% drop when compared to pre-COVID19 levels.
Passenger volumes to and from Continental Europe were down by 35% compared to 2019, as almost 1,003,000 passengers travelling to European destinations last month.
UK traffic declined by 51% in October when compared to pre COVID levels as almost 429,000 passengers travelled to and from Britain.
Passenger volumes to and from North America were down by 75%, as more than 96,000 passengers travelled on transatlantic routes in October this year versus two years ago.
Other international passenger traffic to the Middle East was down by 67%, as almost 25,000 passengers travelled during the month. The number of passengers on domestic routes was down by 18%, as over 7,000 passengers travelled within Ireland last month.
Over 241,000 passengers passed through Dublin Airport during the October Bank Holiday weekend, making it the busiest Bank Holiday Weekend of the year to date.
Almost 5.9 million passengers have travelled through Dublin Airport in the first 10 months of this year, representing 79% decrease when compared to pre COVID levels in 2019.