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13.01.2021

Key Figures December 2020

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13.01.2021

Around 75% less passengers at Zurich Airport in 2020

Traffic Figures 202

Due to the corona pandemic, Zurich Airport suffered a historic drop in traffic last year: 8.3 million passengers flew through Zurich Airport in 2020, compared to 31.5 million passengers in the previous year.

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06.01.2021

Saliva instead of swabs – new coronavirus tests in the Zurich Airport testing centre

As of tomorrow (Thursday), coronavirus testing capacity at the Zurich Airport testing centre is to be expanded through the addition of provider Ender Diagnostics. The COVID tests offered by this service will be carried out via saliva samples rather than nasal swabs. Test results will be available within around five hours, rather than 24 to 48 hours for existing PCR tests. The testing centre will be operated by Checkport, a subsidiary of Swissport.

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10.12.2020

Key Figures November 2020 and Bond Placement to increase Liquidity Reserves

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10.12.2020

Key traffic figures Zurich Airport November 2020

Verkehrszahlen November 2020

In November 2020, 245’187 passengers passed through Zurich Airport, corresponding to a decrease of 89.0% compared to last year.

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26.11.2020

Amavita expands its airport testing services

The situation with coronavirus is requiring more and more testing capacity and possibilities. With the support of Flughafen Zürich AG, Amavita pharmacies are now offering rapid coronavirus tests at the airport. Therefore it is now possible to be tested also at the airport after making an appointment by phone.

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11.11.2020

Key Figures October 2020 / Trading Update

468,616 passengers flew over Zurich Airport in October 2020, which corresponds to a decrease of 83.7% compared to the same period last year. Flughafen Zürich AG assumes that international travel will remain at a low level over the winter months and expects 8 to 9 million passengers for 2020. The Circle opened successfully with a top-class mix of tenants and a very good occupancy rate. The investment planning for the next few years has been set and liquidity is secured.

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11.11.2020

In October 2020, 468’616 passengers passed through Zurich Airport, corresponding to a decrease of 83.7% compared to last year. Flughafen Zürich AG assumes that international travel will remain at a low level over the winter months and expects 8 to 9 million passengers for 2020.

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05.11.2020

The Circle – the new district at Zurich Airport opens its doors

The Circle Main Square

After a construction period of over five years, the time has come: from today, Thursday, 5 November 2020, the Circle is accessible to the public, and the shops, restaurants and new Airport Park are opening.

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02.11.2020

Europe's best airport for the past 17 years

Zurich Airport has received the prestigious World Travel Award for the best airport in Europe for the 17th time in succession.

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