Hamad International Airport reports 26.84% increase in passenger traffic
Hamad International Airport (DOH) maintains its performance through Q3 of 2023, reporting a substantial 26.84% increase in passenger traffic compared to the same period last year.
This follows a 44.5% increase in Q1 and a 24% increase in Q2.
During Q3, DOH welcomed a total of 12,706,475 passengers: 4,305,391 passengers in July, 4,398,427 passengers in August and 4,002,657 passengers in September. Aircraft movements also increased by 24.48% increase compared to the previous year.
Some of the busiest destinations contributing to Hamad International Airport's success in this quarter included well-established hubs such as Heathrow, Bangkok, Colombo, Cairo and Manila. The airport also experienced substantial growth in destinations including Guangzhou and Hangzhou in China, Al Qassem in Saudi Arabia, Gatwick in the United Kingdom and Denpasar Bali in Indonesia.
The Qatar’s airport’s commitment to expansion is apparent in the introduction of new and resumed destinations, with Lyon and Toulouse in France are the latest additions to the facility’s extensive list of connections. The airport has maintained successful airline partnerships in Q3 with a total of 38 airlines operating. This further enhances Hamad International Airport’s global reach and cements its position as the leader in the aviation industry. The airport remains a pivotal bridge connecting Qatar and the Middle East to the world.