Push Statement Air and Sea Journey Statistics March 2022
Abroad arrivals exceed a person million in March
- In March 2022, 1,100,700 passengers arrived in Eire on overseas routes (up 40% on February 2022)
- In the very same month, 1,055,400 passengers departed from Ireland on overseas routes (up 34% on February 2022)
- Overseas journey was substantially larger in March 2022 than in March 2021, when 61,400 travellers arrived, and 66,500 passengers departed
- Abroad vacation in March 2022 was also better than March 2020, when 635,000 arrived, and 602,100 passengers departed
Go to launch: Air and Sea Journey Data March 2022
The Central Studies Business (CSO) has these days (29 April 2022) launched Air and Sea Travel Figures March 2022.
Commenting on the release, Gregg Patrick, Statistician, explained: “The Air and Sea Travel Studies for March 2022 show an enhance in abroad vacation when compared with the preceding thirty day period. Also, March 2022 was the first thirty day period since the start out of the COVID-19 pandemic that overseas arrivals or departures exceeded one million persons. In March 2022, 1,100,700 overseas passengers arrived in Ireland, compared to 787,300 in February 2022, an boost of 40%. In March 2022, 1,055,400 abroad travellers departed from Ireland, as opposed to 785,200 in February 2022, an maximize of 34%.
The March 2022 figures exhibit that continental routes contributed most to the passenger website traffic. Some 554,200 passengers arrived on continental routes and 529,500 passengers departed on continental routes. By way of distinction, 427,900 travellers arrived on cross-channel routes and 414,600 travellers departed on cross-channel routes. Transatlantic routes saw 86,600 travellers arriving and 82,700 travellers departing on these routes.
Apart from Great Britain (which accounted for nearly all cross-channel routes), the most crucial routing countries for overseas travel in March 2022 had been Spain (121,600 arrivals, 125,100 departures), the United States (78,400 arrivals, 75,400 departures) and France (64,000 arrivals, 62,500 departures).”
For even more information and facts get hold of:
Gregg Patrick (+353) 21 453 5202 or James Mahon (+353) 21 453 5463
or email [email protected]