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今年第二季度,欧盟损失了超过96%的航空旅客

2020-10-16 14:27

新华网布鲁塞尔10月15日电欧盟统计局10月15日发布报告称,2020年第二季度,欧盟境内乘飞机旅行的人数与2019年同期相比大幅下降。


根据欧盟统计局的数据,由于COVID-19遏制措施阻止了旅行,在19个欧盟成员国中,可获得数据的下降幅度在96%至99%之间。


报告中没有比利时、保加利亚、捷克共和国、希腊、马耳他、波兰、罗马尼亚和瑞典27个欧盟成员国的数据。


西班牙似乎是受影响最严重的,从2020年4月到7月,西班牙的航空客运量为6160万人次,与2019年同期相比减少了99%。


在2020年中期,德国航空客运量减少5910万人次,同比下降97%;2020年第二季度,往返法国的飞机旅客减少了4420万人,减少了97%;与去年同期相比,2020年第二季度意大利航空客运量减少了4260万人次,降幅达98%。


该报告还提供了马其顿北部的统计数据,该国目前正在就加入欧盟进行谈判,登记的2020年第二个三个月的航空乘客损失为100%。


根据国际航空运输协会(IATA)的数据,尽管全球国内航空运输需求在第二季度末开始改善,中国航空公司引领复苏,但国际客运市场仍然停滞不前。


与2019年6月相比,6月全球国际客流量下降了96.8%,与5月的98.3%相比,仅略有改善。IATA称,欧洲航空公司6月需求较上年同期下降96.7%,5月为下降98.7%。

 

BRUSSELS, Oct. 15 (Xinhua) -- The number of people travelling by air in the European Union (EU) decreased dramatically in the second quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, Eurostat said in a report on Thursday.

Due to the COVID-19 containment measures that discourage travelling, the decline ranged from 96 percent to 99 percent among 19 EU member states with available data, according to the EU's statistical office.

In the report, data were not available for Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Greece, Malta, Poland, Romania and Sweden in the 27 EU members.

Spain appeared to be the hardest hit, with 61.6 million, or 99 percent less air passengers from April to July 2020 compared with the same period in 2019.

Germany registered a loss of 59.1 million air passengers, or a decrease of 97 percent year on year in the second trimester of 2020; There were 44.2 million less people travelling by air from and to France, or 97 percent less, in the second quarter of 2020; Italy witnessed a decrease of 42.6 million air passengers, or 98 percent, for the second quarter of 2020 compared to the same period last year.

The report also provided the statistics of North Macedonia, a country currently negotiating its accession to the EU, with a registered loss of air passengers by 100 percent for the second trimester of 2020.

While domestic air traffic demand worldwide started to improve at the end of the second quarter, with China's carriers leading the recovery, international passenger markets remained stagnant, according to International Air Transport Association (IATA).

The world's international traffic shrank by 96.8 percent in June, compared to June 2019, only slightly improved over a 98.3 percent decline in May, year-over-year. European carriers saw demand topple 96.7 percent in June versus a year ago, compared to a 98.7 percent decline in May, said IATA.

 

来自: xinhua