South China airport sees sustainable recovery in passenger flow

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GUANGZHOU, Sept. 16 (Xinhua) -- Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (Baiyunport) in south China's Guangdong Province has reported a sustainable recovery in domestic air passenger throughput, according to the airport.

Baiyunport led the country in domestic passenger flow and flight movements in July and August amid the country's remarkable air travel recovery, said a source of the airport.

In August, the airport served 4.61 million passengers, up 12.6 percent from July. The volume indicated that its domestic passenger throughput has rebounded to the level before the epidemic outbreak.

Baiyunport handled more than 4.09 million passengers in July, up 31.9 percent from June.

Amid the reviving air travel, Baiyunport has seen a significant increase in the number of domestic travelers thanks to China's effective anti-epidemic measures.

The airport has been striving to help reopen suspended routes and enhance those connecting popular destinations in a bid to achieve stable air travel recovery, said the airport source.

Baiyunport has seen six consecutive months of stable increase in all major airport performance indices since March amid the nationwide work and travel resumption. Enditem

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