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17.12.2018

Record: Zurich Airport welcomes its 30 millionth passenger

For the first time ever, more than 30 million passengers have passed through Zurich Airport in one year. Today a delegation from Flughafen Zürich AG welcomed the 30-millionth passenger of 2018 in person and presented him with a gift.

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11.12.2018

Key Figures November 2018

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11.12.2018

Key traffic figures Zurich Airport November 2018

In November, 2'214'909 passengers passed through Zurich Airport, corresponding to an increase of 6.0% compared to last year.

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05.12.2018

Drei neue Langstrecken mit Edelweiss

Vor Kurzem hatte Edelweiss Air dreimal Grund zum Feiern. Nonstop geht es nun nach Colombo, Buenos Aires und Ho Chi Minh City.

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29.11.2018

Participation process for the Glatt upgrade in the Rümlang/Oberglatt segment completed

The Glatt upgrade project entails enhancing the relatively featureless river basin on the western side of Zurich Airport in terms of its environmental and recreation value as well as providing improved flood protection. The concluding event held today marks the end of the participation process relaunched in September 2017. The airport operator will now submit the planning application for the southern section between Opfikon (Tolwäng) and Rümlang (Fromatt) to FOCA for approval. It should be available for public inspection as of mid-February 2019.

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16.11.2018

iKlinik new at Salt Store

On Friday, November 23, 2018, Salt celebrates the opening of a iKlinik at the Airport Center. At the opening you benefit from exclusive discounts.

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12.11.2018

Key traffic figures Zurich Airport October 2018

In October, 2'904'250 passengers passed through Zurich Airport, corresponding to an increase of 5.3% compared to last year.

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12.11.2018

Key Figures October 2018

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12.11.2018

Ordinance on Airport Charges: FOCA jeopardising future investments in airport infrastructure

The Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) has presented its proposals on the revision, announced in June, of the Ordinance on Airport Charges. If FOCA's proposal is implemented, aviation revenues at Zurich Airport in the next regulatory period will be reduced by around 25%, or by more than 150 million Swiss francs. As airline ticket prices in the air travel industry are set flexibly in line with supply and demand, this reduction would not benefit passengers. However, it would have major ramifications for investments in the aviation infrastructure. Therefore, Flughafen Zürich AG will vigorously oppose this incomprehensible proposal.

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12.11.2018

Ordinance on Airport Charges: Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) starts Stakeholder Involvement

The Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA), the regulator responsible for airport charges in Switzerland, announced in June 2018 that the Ordinance on Airport Charges (OAC) was to be selectively revised. Now, FOCA has presented concrete proposals and is commencing a consultation process.

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