WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport said 45,618 passengers flew out of Wichita in April.
The airport said it was an increase of 1,120% over April 2020, when only 3,738 passengers boarded planes due to the coronavirus pandemic. The airport said year-to-date enplanements are down 16%.
There were an average of 25-weekday departures compared to only 10 last April.
Concession revenue increased with passengers, with food and gift increasing nearly 1,600%; rental cars up 440%, and parking revenue up 1,142%. April reports are found under Airport Business.
The airport also reports that cargo continues to grow, with outgoing cargo up 37% and incoming cargo up 25%.
April 2021 Enplanements
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