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Traffic and transport figures for February 2023

Almost 3.8 million passengers flew from, via or to Schiphol in February 2023. That is an increase compared to 2022 (+42%) and 2021 (+649%). The amount of flights to and from Schiphol was 28,345. That also is an increase compared to 2022 (+17%) and 2021 (+166%). The number of passengers and the number of flights are lower than in 2019 and 2020.
 

 

2019 

2020 

2021 

2022 

2023 

Number of passengers 

4,843,899 

4,716,826 

505,208 

2,660,917 

3,782,228 

Number of commercial flights 

35,195 

34,979 

10,655 

24,129 

28,345 

Number of cargo flights    

1,061 

1,072 

2,211 

1,731 

1,333 

Transported tonnage   

115,797 

116,217 

125,137 

118,274 

109,035 

 

Passengers 

Of the almost 3.8 million passengers in February, almost 1.5 million passengers had a transfer at Schiphol. The passengers with a transfer were 750,000 unique passengers, who are counted two times in the international counting method: as an arriving passenger and departing passenger. Almost 2.6 million passengers travelled from or to a destination within Europe, 1.2 million outside of Europe.
 

Cargo 

The number of all-cargo flights has decreased from 1,731 to 1,333, compared to 2022. The total transported volume was 109,035 tonnes in February 2023. That is a decrease compared to previous years (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022).


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