Passenger traffic at Anapa airport grew by 10% in 2020
Anapa International Airport named after V.K. Kokkinaki announces results for January-December 2020. During this period, more than 1.8 million people were served in the airport.
In the 12 months of 2020, Anapa International Airport served 1,813,347 passengers. This is 10% more than in 2019 when passenger traffic was 1,644,000 passengers.
In august, the Anapa became one of the first in Russia's airport who restored passenger traffic after the pandemic.
Due to the restrictive measures during the pandemic and the inability to perform international flights, airlines began to actively develop a flight program to the Black Sea coast. This affected Anapa.
Due to the restrictive actions during the pandemic and suspension of international flights, airlines develop a flight program to the Black Sea coast. Since July, Rossiya Airlines and Nordwind Airlines have included destinations from 14 Russian cities in their flight schedules. That is why in the second half of the summer the airport worked under the record passenger traffic. In just three summer months the airport's passenger traffic amounted to 1,115,629 passengers, which is 19% more than in the summer of 2019.
In 2020 1,811,835 passengers used the services of airlines on domestic routes (+11%) and 1,512 on international flights in 2020. The number of flights during the reporting period amounted to 7,446 operations. This is 3% more than in 2019.
The volume of processed cargo and mail amounted to more than 1,208 tons (+43% compared to last year).
The most popular destinations from Anapa in 2020 were Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, and Ufa.
The flights of the airline Russia to St. Petersburg were included in the schedule of the autumn-winter navigation of the Anapa airport for the first time.