Auto Shows: Frankfurt Airport cracks the 5 million mark

Citizens' decision in November: Frankfurt Mayor does not take a description of

 Citizens' decision in November: Frankfurt Mayor does not take a description of Peter Feldmann, the decision of the city council is unnecessary. Now the citizens should vote. © Photo: Frank Rumpenhorst/dpa The Mayor of Frankfurt Peter Feldmann (SPD) speaks at the beginning of the city council in the Roman. Frankfurt Mayor Peter Feldmann (SPD) did not accept the election by the city councilors. The deadline for this had passed on Friday night.

Despite the handling chaos, Frankfurt Airport has been able to welcome more than 5 million passengers in one month for the first time since the Corona crisis broke out. In July, the 5.02 million passengers meant an increase of 76.5 percent in the comparison to the same month, as the operator Fraport announced on Thursday. However, this was still 27.4 percent away from the values ​​from the record year 2019.

Ein Flugzeug setzt zum Landeanflug an. © Julian Stratenschulte/dpa/symbol image An aircraft starts to approach the landing.

Despite the number of passengers less in the pre -crisis comparison, there had been considerable problems with the handling of the aircraft due to lack of staff, so that the flight schedule had to be thinned out on schedule. In addition, an all -day warning strike at Lufthansa led to a loss of around 100,000 passengers.

In the freight volume, the largest German hub lost a good 18 percent of the amount compared to July 2021. The reasons were the blocked airspace over Russia and Ukraine as well as the extensive Corona protection measures in China.

Börse Frankfurt: DAX slips on red terrain .
The DAX seems to stop his attempt to stabilize on Thursday. © provided by Mario Vedder/Getty Images with a slight increase of 0.09 percent to 13,040.36 points, the DAX started in the Thursday session. The stock barometer also presented itself a little higher afterwards, but only until noon. In the meantime, the Dax loses 0.20 percent on 13,001.99 points on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. shocked by the High US Inflation , the DAX was recently sagged by up to 4.5 percent in two days f

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