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Malta News
05/09/2012 - 22:14

French president take Air Malta planes?

French president take Air Malta planes? French President Francois Hollande will be visiting Malta to attend the Euro-Mediterranean 5+5 meeting, timesofmalta.com has learnt. Passenger movements at Malta Airport last month reached an all-time record of 461,153, breaking the record of July. A 7.9 per cent increase (33,578) in passenger movements was registered when compared to the same month last year.



French president take Air Malta planes?
French president visit Malta
French President Francois Hollande will be visiting Malta to attend the Euro-Mediterranean 5+5 meeting, timesofmalta.com has learnt. The visit will be the first after he defeated Nicolas Sarkozy last May. He will be joined by fellow European leaders Pedro Coelho, Prime Minister of Portugal, and European Commission president José Manuel Barroso. Mario Monti and Mariano Rajoy, prime ministers of Italy and of Spain respectively, are also expected. The summit, on October 5 and 6, will mark the grouping's first meeting since the Arab Spring, which saw regime change in two of the North African members, Tunisia and Libya. Can we have trust on French president Francois Hollande? probably yes, because he don't have a bad spirit isn't it?

New record for Malta Airport
Passenger movements at Malta Airport last month reached an all-time record of 461,153, breaking the record of July. A 7.9 per cent increase (33,578) in passenger movements was registered when compared to the same month last year. Seat capacity has also hit an all-time record of 536,632, an increase of 7.5 per cent. The average seat load factor  increased by 0.2 percentage points to reach a record 85.9 per cent. Aircraft movements grew by 6.6 per cent over the corresponding period last year, while the maximum take-off weight was 8.6 per cent higher than that registered in last year. Another positive result was achieved in cargo and mail with a 14.6 per cent increase over the same month in 2011. All the core markets registered increases with Germany and France growing by 14.7 per cent and 14.6 per cent, respectively, whereas Spain and Italy recorded an increase of 6.2 per cent and 5.7 per cent, respectively. Passenger movements from the United Kingdom were more or less the same with a 0.2 per cent increase.(timesofmalta.com)

Emmanuel Nouioua




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