Corporación América Airports (CAAP) has recorded a 33.6% annual increase in passenger traffic in March 2023, taking it to 91.7% of pre-lockdown March 2019 levels across its six countries of operations. The year-on-year growth was “supported by an ongoing recovery in travel demand after the Covid-19 pandemic, as reflected by higher load factors and the gradual resumption of routes and frequencies”. In Argentina, traffic was up 38.9%, reaching 93.% of March 2019. CAAP’s Italian airports saw a 34.6% increase to 91.8% of pre-Covid levels. Brazil’s increase was 16.1%, to 88.8% of 2019. CAAP-run Uruguayan airports saw a 49% increase in
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