Friday, May 22, 2015

South airport will soon be facing overcrowding

TENERIFE South airport could hit its passenger limit in just a few years, according to research conducted by the University of La Laguna (ULL) at the request of the Cabildo.

The Reina Sofia airport could soon he handling 10 million passengers a year, which is maximum set out by AENA, the Spanish airports’ authority.

The report concludes that growth of visitors, and air routes covered by the airfield, could see the maximum reached as early as 2018 – and in the worst case, in 2021.

South airport will soon be facing overcrowding


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