China News Service Client, Beijing, June 6th (Reporter Cheng Chunyu) A reporter learned from the Civil Aviation Administration of China that on June 5, the number of passengers transported by civil aviation in one day reached 1.0367 million, returning to 61.5% in the same period last year. This is the first time since January 28 that the number of passengers transported on a single day has exceeded one million, and the number of single-day guaranteed flights is 11,333.
Since the beginning of this year, affected by the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, the passenger traffic of civil aviation has dropped significantly compared with previous years. Before the outbreak, civil aviation averaged 17,300 flights per day during the Spring Festival transportation period, and the maximum daily passenger volume was nearly 2 million. Since January 23, the passenger traffic and flight volume of civil aviation dropped sharply, and fell to the lowest valley on February 13. The daily passenger traffic was only 132,900, and the daily flight frequency dropped to 3931, which was only normal About 7.5% and 23% of the period.
As the domestic epidemic prevention and control situation has gradually improved, civil aviation transportation has gradually recovered since late February. Among them, the average daily passenger transportation in March was 458,300, and the average daily flight frequency was 6,538; the average daily passenger transportation in April was 522,700, and the average daily flight frequency was 6,950.
After entering May, the speed of civil aviation transportation recovery accelerated significantly. In May, the average daily passenger transportation was 785,800, and the average daily flight frequency was 9487; from June 1 to 5, the average daily passenger transportation of civil aviation reached 935,200 passengers, the average daily flight The number of flights reached 10,570, which were restored to 57.4% and 66.11% of the same period last year, respectively, and the average passenger load factor reached nearly 70%. (Finish)