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A total of 129.20 million passengers travelled through the six airports operated by the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) in fiscal 2017 (October 2016-September 2017), a 7.73% increase from the previous year, said AoT president Nitinai Sirisamatthakarn.
According to Mr Nitinai, in fiscal 2017, the AoT provided services for a total of 823,574 flights, an increase of 6%, or an average of 2,250 flights per day.
Of the total, 415,338 were international flights (3.13% increase) and 408,236 domestic flights (9.10% increase).
The total passenger traffic was 129.2 million, an increase of 7.73%, or an average of 354,000 per day. Of the total, 72.54 million are international passengers (an increase of 6.57%) and 56.66 million domestic passengers (an increase of 9.26%).
A total of 1.57 million tonnes of goods and parcel post were delivered through the six airports.
The numbers of international flights at all six airports went up, except Hat Yai airport.
The numbers of domestic flight surged at all six airport, except at Don Mueang, which slightly decreased because low-cost airlines reduced domestic flights and opted for international routes.
The first five highest numbers of foreign passengers travelling through the six airports were from China, South Korea, Japan, India and Malaysia.
The first five airlines, based on the number of passengers, using the six airports were AirAsia, Thai Airways, Thai Lion Air, NokAir and Bangkok Airways.