Louis International Airport is starting to see a rebound of passenger activity
levels with the peak summer travel season which attributed to a more positive
enplanement trend for the second quarter of 2014.
most recent statistics for June 2014, the number of commercial enplaned
passengers was down .05 percent with 589,071 passengers boarding flights versus
592,192 in June of 2013. It was the
busiest month of the year so far for Lambert. The total number of departing and
arriving passengers for June was 1,175, 898 versus 1,184,461 in June 2013, down
0.7 percent. For the first six months of
2014, Lambert is down 3.7 percent in total passengers.
first quarter, total traffic of 2.7 million passengers was down 4.4 percent,
year over year, primarily attributed to winter weather cancellations. The
second quarter, total traffic of 3.3 million passengers was down 3.1 percent,
year over year.
several carriers added new flights including new service from St. Louis to
Portland, OR and Trenton, NJ as well as more flights to San Francisco and
the second quarter, Southwest Airlines continues to hold the biggest market
share with 50 percent of passengers served at Lambert. American holds a 15
percent market share while Delta serves nearly 14 percent of Lambert
Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.