Airport activity sets new record for April

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Business at Midland International Airport is booming.

The City of Midland reported that 50,620 passengers boarded an airline during the month of April. It was the highest total for an April dating back to at least 2010.

The total topped 50,350 in April 2019 and brought total passengers in that fiscal year to 322,884, a 53.4% ​​increase over fiscal year 2020-21.

Southwest was again Midland International’s top airline with 46.5% of passengers. United were second with 28.4%. American Eagle was third and actually reported a decrease in passengers compared to April 2021. Southwest and United reported increases of 50.2 and 37.4 percent respectively.


The city also collected $467,374 in parking revenue, an increase of 44.6% from April 2021. The $3.222 million represents an increase of 81.5% from the 2020-21 fiscal year. Fuel sales also rose 35.8% in April and 48.3% this year.

April Boarding History
April 2022: 50,620

April 2021: 39,093
April 2020: 5,262
April 2019: 50,350
April 2018: 47,827
April 2017: 40,193
April 2016: 38,313
April 2015: 41,389
April 2014: 43,594
April 2013: 40,871
April 2012: 38,091
April 2011: 37,117
April 2010: 34,837
Source: City of Midland Archives/Reporter-Telegram

Midland International Airport Report
Embarkations
April 2022: 50,620

April 2021: 39,093
Total for the year: 322,884 (53.4% ​​increase over 2020-21)

Share of passengers
American Eagle 12,636
Southwest 23,581
United 14,403
Total 50,620

Fuel sales
(in gallons)
April 2022: 616,728

April 2021: 454,179
Total for the year: 3,721,287 (48.3% increase over 2020-21)

Parking revenue
April 2022: $467,374

April 2021: $323,314
Total for the year: $3,222,386 (81.5% increase over 2020-21)

Source: City of Midland

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