Airlines have offered nearly 800,000 seats and more than 4,400 flights (figures including departures and arrivals) at Jerez Airport to cover the expected demand during the summer season, which began this past Sunday and will be valid until the last weekend of October.
Refer to the summer season of 2019 (the last year of full normality), and the number of seats and the number of operations are equal to 80% of those coming from the bow at that time.
About 487,000 seats are assigned to national destinations, while, in foreign locations, the seats increase to more than 312,000. From this distribution, 60.9% of the offer will cover the demand for trade with the domestic market, 39.1% will be international.
Absolutely, the foreign market with the largest provision of seats is Germany, with more than 224,000, approximately 28% of all seats offered for the period, followed by some distance from the United Kingdom (44,334), Belgium (19,122). , Switzerland (10,976), Luxembourg (8,634), Iceland (5,200).
The increase in places offered for connections with the Icelandic market is particularly significant, with an increase of 77% in relation to the summer of 2019.
A score of destinations
In the next few months, and according to the changing demand of the season, guests will be served with 21 destinations (regular and charter flights included) at Jerez Airport.
Of the 21 cities with which there will be flights, four (Keflavik, Akureyri, Bern and Muenster) correspond to specific charter operations.
What is left is thus distributed;
Support for airlines from Aena
During the two years of the pandemic, Aena offers airlines incentives specifically designed for the situation caused by COVID-19. Now that business has recovered, the company is recovering a commercial incentive similar to the one it offered before the pandemic. the incentive will be applied from 1 April to 31 October (summer) and from 1 November to 31 March 2024 (winter).
This is encouraging, with a 100% airport passenger fee, new routes to destinations, an increase in the number of trips to airports of less than 3 million passengers and an increase in routes to Asia.