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MTU Report - October 2012

MTU Report - October 2012

International passenger volumes (excluding transit passengers) at Auckland Airport were down 3.5% versus October 2011. International passenger volumes were boosted in October 2011 by high visitor arrivals for the Rugby World Cup (RWC) finals and the subsequent departures following the final match on the 23rd of October 2011. However international passenger volumes were up 5.5% on October 2010.
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