Aviation; monthly figures of Dutch airports

Aviation; monthly figures of Dutch airports

Airports Periods Commercial air traffic Passengers Total passengers Total passengers (number) Commercial air traffic Passengers Total passengers Scheduled (number) Commercial air traffic Passengers Total passengers Non-scheduled (number) Commercial air traffic Passengers Passenger arrivals Total arrivals passengers (number) Commercial air traffic Passengers Passenger departures Total departures passengers (number) Commercial air traffic Passengers Country of origin/destination Intercontinental Total intercontinental passengers (number)
Total Dutch airports 2022* 61,268,058 60,188,810 1,079,248 30,752,932 30,515,126 15,655,416
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol 2022* 52,470,880 51,683,556 787,324 26,396,224 26,074,656 15,332,197
Rotterdam The Hague Airport 2022* 2,113,342 1,929,462 183,880 1,041,753 1,071,589 146,184
Eindhoven Airport 2022* 6,330,599 6,321,320 9,279 3,138,464 3,192,135 166,319
Maastricht Aachen Airport 2022* 266,032 254,472 11,560 133,277 132,755 9,806
Groningen Airport Eelde 2022* 87,205 0 87,205 43,214 43,991 910
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


Data on flight movements, passengers, cargo and mail at Dutch airports.

Summary of the contents of the EU figure in this publication:
The composition of the European Union (EU-15) until 2004: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.
In 2005 the European Union (EU-25) expanded with: Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.
In 2007 Bulgaria and Romania have been added (EU-27).
In 2014 Croatia was added (EU-28).
As of February 2020 the United Kingdom has left the European Union.

Data available from:
Annual figures available from 1997; monthly figures available from January 1999.

Status of the figures:
The figures are final up to and including 2019, the figures for 2020, 2021 and for the current year are provisional.

Up to and including December 2020 the figures of EU countries include data for the UK. This to guarantee the comparability of the data. As of January 2021 data for the UK are included in the figures of "other Europe".

As of 8 November 2022 the figures for Eindhoven airport for the reporting period April, May and June 2022 have been adjusted as a result of additional information. As a result, the marginal totals for the months of April, May and June 2022 have also been adjusted.

Changes as of 3 February 2023:
The figures for December 2022, the 4th quarter of 2022 and the total figures for 2022 have been added.

When will figures become available?
New monthly figures are typically 1 month after the reporting period (calendar month) published.

Description topics

Commercial air traffic
Commercial air traffic:
All commercial air traffic by airlines transporting passengers, cargo and
mail for remuneration and for hire. Such flights can be classified as
follows:
- Scheduled flights:
Commercial cross-country flights along fixed routes and according to fixed
timetables.
- Non-scheduled flights:
Basically irregular commercial cross-country flights, e.g. charter
flights; taxi flights however are excluded.
Passengers
Transport of passengers in commercial air traffic. Also included are
persons employed by airlines and passengers travelling on free tickets.
Transit passengers (arriving and departing on the same aircraft) and
passengers on taxi flights are not included.
Total passengers
The total number of passengers arriving and departing in commercial
air traffic.
Total passengers
Scheduled
Non-scheduled
Passenger arrivals
The total number of passengers arriving in commercial air traffic.
Total arrivals passengers
Passenger departures
The total number of passengers departing in commercial air traffic.
Total departures passengers
Country of origin/destination
Origin/destination of the passengers is based on 'flight coupons',
which state the airport (country) of origin and destination of the
aircraft.
Intercontinental
Passengers to and from airports outside Europe, i.e. airports in
Africa, America, Asia and Oceania.
No detailed information by (sub)continent is available for
Rotterdam Airport, Eindhoven Airport and Maastricht Aachen Airport for
the period 1997-1999. Hence, the total exceeds the sum of the continents.
Total intercontinental passengers