Weeze Airport welcomed 178.000 passengers during the holiday season

Photo: Markus van Offern / Airport Weeze.
Photo: Markus van Offern / Airport Weeze.

Weeze Airport welcomed 178.000 passengers during the holiday season

Photo: Markus van Offern / Airport Weeze.
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Weeze Airport has successfully completed the North Rhine-Westphalian holiday season. The airport counted a total of 178.000 passengers – this is approaching the pre-corona level from 2019 (192.000).

While reports of bottlenecks at major airports in Western Europe are currently the order of the day, according to the company, handling at Weeze Airport went smoothly even at peak times. "We have a well-established team and almost all employees stayed on board during the Corona period. This is one of the reasons why we can offer our guests a stress-free and pleasant start to their vacation,” says Managing Director Sebastian Papst. After many guests have planned reserve time due to the reports, it is still sufficient at Weeze Airport if the passengers check in at least two hours before departure, according to the airport manager. For Morocco travelers it is two and a half hours. 

Weeze Airport will continue to be booming in the next few days. The reason: In some Dutch provinces, the summer holidays are continuing, and many Dutch people are starting their vacation from Germany. Therefore, the holiday season at Weeze Airport lasts nine weeks. According to the airport, a total of 280.000 air travelers are expected during this time.

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