The figures point to more than two years of serious setbacks. In 2020, ENAIRE managed a little over 851,000 flights, barely equivalent to 40% of the traffic it had managed a year earlier. In 2021, the number of flights handled by ENAIRE exceeded 1.2 million, which was equivalent to 55% of the flights reported in 2019, a record year. However, EUROCONTROL's statistics showing a bounce-back in air traffic, and the containment of the COVID-19 pandemic around the world, gave us reason to be moderately optimistic in the final months of last year and the first months of this one, at a time when ENAIRE, together with other air navigation operators, paved the way for the emerging recovery of the sector in Europe.
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