July 29, 2020 / 12:08 PM / 12 days ago

Spanish airports see traffic falling after UK quarantine scares off tourists

MADRID, July 29 (Reuters) - Spanish airport operator AENA has noticed a decline in traffic since British authorities announced a quarantine on travellers from Spain last weekend.

The impact of the quarantine, which is scaring some tourists off, is hard to predict, as it could be lifted within a few weeks, AENA’s Chief Executive Maurici Lucena told investors during a conference call held on Wednesday.

Lucena added the company will meet its traffic target for the year despite the effect of the quarantine. (Reporting by Clara-Laeila, Nathan Allen and Inti Landauro Editing by Ingrid Melander)

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