Lambert-St. Louis International Airport reported an increase of 3.2 percent in total passengers for May 2013 versus May 2012. This is the third straight monthly increase and the largest increase in passenger traffic in 2013.
In May, 1,259,582 passengers traveled through Lambert versus 1,124,115 in 2011. Year to date, more than five million passengers have traveled through the Airport for an overall increase of 1.3 percent versus the first five months of 2012.
Total passengers include both departing and arriving passengers. Enplanements for May were 593,402 passengers. Deplanements (arrivals) were 566,180.
Total aircraft departures which include commercial passenger aircraft and cargo held statistically even at 7,520 (0.4% increase) over 2011.
Lambert currently serves 11 airlines (and related affiliates) which are operating 258 daily non-stop flights to 63 destinations. In addition to daily scheduled flights, there are several weekly charter flights to Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica and Dominica Republic operating out of Lambert.
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Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.