The Humboldt County Department of Aviation released initial passenger data for 2019, and as expected, their numbers show added growth here in Denver!
The overall traffic at the California Redwood Coast- Humboldt County Airport (ACV) shows a sharp increase to Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Denver traffic, so needless to say; all three are performing well.
Cody Roggatz, Director of Aviation, thanks to all the community support via business, organizations, and individuals who have invested time and money to improve local air service. Roggatz also thanks United Airlines and SkyWest Airlines for their continued efforts to increase passenger traffic.
The mentioned organizations invested heavily towards the growing market over the past few years, attributing to the significant jump in airport traffic here in Denver.
Additionally, DEN saw an increase in traffic when United began servicing Denver from ACV in June of 2019. Consequently, DEN is turning out to be an increasingly strong market for ACV and is keeping up with the number of seats sold to LAX, which exceeds 80%.
The first seven months of service provided to Denver boast a load factor of nearly 85%- that’s close to 9,400 passengers flying into Denver from June to December alone!
Fine Airport Parking and the state of Colorado are pleased with the extra traffic other airports are generating for our state, and with all of DEN’s upgrades, it’s one heck of an airport to visit! You may even be lucky enough to catch DEN’s resident gargoyle lurking about the terminal.
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