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Published on : Tuesday, July 26, 2016
Despite a drop in travellers from Brazil, Miami International Airport has been witnessing a rise in the number of passengers who are travelling from this airport. Such an increase in passengers has been observed in the initial six months of this year.
The number of travellers from Brazil has steadily diminished due to the struggling economy of this nation.
Airport officials have said on Monday that Miami International Airport has witnessed a 3% rise in air travel traffic. Emilio T. Gonzalez, aviation director has said that the 3% growth in passenger traffic despite the decrease in traffic from Brazil that is a top international travel market is quite significant.
The number of domestic air travellers increased by 5% and the international travellers have increased by 1% till now.
The authorities of this airport is looking forward to more growth since the peak winter season is approaching that would motivate more holidaymakers to explore places.
Gonzalez said that the authorities of Miami International Airport has observed a growth of 8% in the year 2015. And, he also added that he expected an increased number of air travellers to commute from this airport within the end of 2016.
During October and September, the airport would get yet another boost. For, during this time, Silver Airways would be launching flights to Bimini, a district that is located in Bahamas. Scandinavian Airlines would introduce flights to Norway, Denmark, Copenhagen and Oslo. Dominian Wings would start weekly flights to Santo Domingo and Punta Cana.
The KLM Royal Dutch Airlines would return to Miami International Airport in October and it would start weekly flights to Amsterdam.