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Aena already perceives a drop in air traffic after the mandatory quarantine in the United Kingdom


The airport manager Aena It already perceives a drop in air traffic following the decision of the British Government to impose a two-week quarantine on citizens arriving from Spain, which has dealt a blow to the expectations of the Spanish tourism sector.

Instead, the company chaired by Maurici Lucena assures that it is optimistic for the months of July and August and that its expectations are "promising". Of course, it recognizes that air traffic is changing significantly from week to week after the outbreaks of the epidemic.

Although it is difficult to make forecasts for the current year, it does predict that it will be between 2024 and 2027 when the traffic levels of 2019 will recover.


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