Record Italian airports: 2023 was a momentous year for the Italian aviation sector, with a notable influx of 197,2 million passengers. This result exceeded the record of 2,1, before the pandemic, by 2019% and was officially announced by Assairports through the disclosure of data relating to the past year.
Record Italian airports
A crucial aspect of this exceptional result lies in the complete recovery of the international segment, which attracted an influx of 128 million passengers during 2023.
This increase, albeit marginal at 0,1% compared to 2019, underlines the remarkable ability of the Italian aviation sector to overcome the challenges and return to a significant growth.
Analyzing the ranking of busiest airports, Rome Fiumicino emerges in the lead with 40,5 million passengers, followed by Milan Malpensa with 26,1 million, Bergamo with 16 million, Naples with 12,4 million, Venice with 11,3 million, Catania with 10,7 million, Bologna with 10 million, Milan Linate with 9,4 million, Palermo with 8,1 million and Bari with 6,5 million passengers.
This rich variety of airports in the top ten is a testament to the diversification of destinations and the broad scope of the success of the Italian aviation sector in 2023.
Growth and success
This extraordinary result also represents a fundamental step towards one new era of growth and success in air transport.
The prospect of a positive trend, which clearly emerged from the 2023 data, not only implies a robust recovery of the sector, but also offers interesting investment and development opportunities.
This dynamic opens new horizons for economic and tourism growth in Italy, suggesting that the aviation sector can play a role key role in the future of the country.
In this context, the investment opportunity in the sector they can not only consolidate current success but also act as a driving force for innovative initiatives and strategic projects that will help define Italy's role in the global air transport scene.