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DIA sees slight dip in October 2011 passenger traffic


For the first time this year, Denver International Airport (DIA) is reporting a slight dip in monthly passenger traffic.  October 2011 brought 4,361,142 passengers through Denver’s airport, a decrease of 108,864 travelers, or 2.4%, over the same month last year. However, the year-to-date traffic for October 2011 is 44,464,093, an increase of 711,693 passengers, or 1.6%, over the same ten-month period in 2010 when DIA saw 43,752,400 travelers.
“The months between summer and the holidays are typically a slower time for travel, and we’ve seen some capacity cuts as United manages through its merger with Continental, so a slight decrease in our October figures was expected,” Aviation Manager Kim Day said. “Given the healthy year we’ve seen at DIA in 2011, and the busy holiday season we’re currently experiencing, we continue to feel encouraged that the airport will end the year on an up note.”
In 2011 DIA broke records for the busiest August and September in airport history and set new records for the second and third-busiest days in airport history.
October also brought a 5.2 percent decrease in flight operations, which fell from 53,956 in 2010, to 51,146 in 2011.  Cargo saw an 11.9 percent decrease with 43,440,998 pounds of total freight and express cargo handled in October 2011, compared to 49,332,136 pounds during the same month last year.

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