Data published on December 7 by Eurostat, the statistics agency of the European Commission, showed 373 million passengers flying in 2021, 35% more than in 2020. The 2021 increases varied among European Union member states, ranging from +10% in Ireland, +16% in Sweden and +17% in Latvia to +86% in Greece, +105% in Cyprus and +129% in Croatia, Eurostat reported, adding that the list of top five airports stayed as it was the year before, namely Paris/Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam/Schiphol, Frankfurt/Main, Madrid/Barajas and Barcelona/El Prat. But the revival, which came after nations engaged in a piecemeal easing of border curbs,
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