Passenger and Cargo

Entebbe International Airport
International Arrivals and Departures:
The number of arrivals and departures has been growing steadily since 2007. The country recorded a total of 1.5 million arrivals and 1.4 million departures, giving a net migration (arrival less departures) of 159,000 in 2011. Arrivals through official border posts increased by 20 percent between 2010 and 2011, while departures increased by 16 percent in the same period as shown in the table below.
Net Migration, Arrivals and Departures (‘000s), 2007 – 2011

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

Volume of Cargo through Entebbe International Airport, 2007-2011 The imports have relatively been stable between 20,000 and 25,000 tons of cargo since 2007. The exports have dropped from over 40,000 tons in 2007 to slightly below 30,000 tons in 2011.

 

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Passenger and Cargo

Entebbe International Airport
International Arrivals and Departures:
The number of arrivals and departures has been growing steadily since 2007. The country recorded a total of 1.5 million arrivals and 1.4 million departures, giving a net migration (arrival less departures) of 159,000 in 2011. Arrivals through official border posts increased by 20 percent between 2010 and 2011, while departures increased by 16 percent in the same period as shown in the table below.
Net Migration, Arrivals and Departures (‘000s), 2007 – 2011

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

Volume of Cargo through Entebbe International Airport, 2007-2011 The imports have relatively been stable between 20,000 and 25,000 tons of cargo since 2007. The exports have dropped from over 40,000 tons in 2007 to slightly below 30,000 tons in 2011.

 

 

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Passenger and Cargo

Entebbe International Airport
International Arrivals and Departures:
The number of arrivals and departures has been growing steadily since 2007. The country recorded a total of 1.5 million arrivals and 1.4 million departures, giving a net migration (arrival less departures) of 159,000 in 2011. Arrivals through official border posts increased by 20 percent between 2010 and 2011, while departures increased by 16 percent in the same period as shown in the table below.
Net Migration, Arrivals and Departures (‘000s), 2007 – 2011

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

 

Arrivals

 

Departures

 

 

Period

No

Percentage Change

No

Percentage Change

Net Migration

2007

883

15

879

16

4

2008

1163

32

1143

30

20

2009

1095

-6

1072

-6

24

2010

1275

16

1183

10

91

2011

1530

20

1371

16

159

Volume of Cargo through Entebbe International Airport, 2007-2011 The imports have relatively been stable between 20,000 and 25,000 tons of cargo since 2007. The exports have dropped from over 40,000 tons in 2007 to slightly below 30,000 tons in 2011.

 

 

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