ANTWERP INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Flight Scheduled Destination Terminal Status
TB2601 22:10 NADOR Departed at 22:15
TB3675 06:30 TOULON - HYERES
WP100 07:10 LONDON CITY
TB1401 08:30 PALMA DE MALLORCA
TB2911 11:35 SPLIT
WP120 14:15 LONDON CITY
TB1321 14:40 IBIZA
TB2975 17:25 LUBLIN
WP140 17:35 LONDON CITY
Flight Scheduled Origin Terminal Status
TB2602 06:45 NADOR
WP101 09:45 LONDON CITY
TB3676 10:45 TOULON - HYERES
TB1402 13:50 PALMA DE MALLORCA
TB2912 16:35 SPLIT
WP121 16:55 LONDON CITY
TB1322 20:05 IBIZA
WP141 20:10 LONDON CITY
TB2976 22:30 LUBLIN

THE AIRPORT IN FIGURES (2018 – 2017 – 2016 – 2015)

In 2018, Antwerp Flanders International Airport registered 298,403 passengers, representing an increase of 9.3% comparing to 2017. The number of flight movements increased by 5.3% to 39,495 in 2018. In terms of cargo, the cargo tonnage registered an increase of 11.5% in 2018, which is equal to 2,454 tonnes.

2018 2017 2016* 2015
Passengers 298,403 273,130 276,311 221,155
Movements 39,495 37,511 41,403 45,301
 Freight (ton) 2,454  2,200  2,181  3,432

 

*Due to the impact of the attacks on 22 March 2016 at Brussels Airport there was a peak for the months of March and April with 20.000 additional passengers. Several airlines, including TUI, operated in that period quite a few flights departing from Antwerp Airport as an alternative to Brussels Airport.


TRAFFIC FIGURES AUGUST 2019

Comparison between August 2019 and August 2018

Passengers
33,379 in August 2019 compared to 33,023 in August 2018 (+1,1%)

Movements
3,709 in August 2019 compared to 3,641 in August 2018 (+1,9%)

Freights/tons
298 ton in August 2019 compared to 261 ton in August 2018 (+14,2%)

 


In order to avoid confusion in the interpretation of the statistics, it is useful to know that these specify the number of aircraft movements at the airport, not the number of flights operated. So a flight always consists of two movements (one takeoff and one landing). This is important, especially for training flights which regularly execute “touch-and-go” maneuvers. A touch-and-go is a specific training maneuver for which an aircraft flies on, shortly touches the runway with the wheels and then takes off again. Each touch-and-go maneuver consists of two moves and each individual touch-and-go is considered in the context of the airport’s environmental permit as one flight.