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A total of 692,985 people landed at the César Manrique airport in March, the figure represents an increase of 14% compared to the same month last year, but it is also 3.6% higher than that registered in March 2019, before the covid 19 pandemic.The Canary Islands airports as a whole closed the month of March with 4,328,188 passengers, which is equivalent to 17.6% more than in March 2022 and 2.5% higher than that registered in the same month of 2019.Of the total number of travelers registered in March, 4,264,949 corresponded to passengers on commercial flights, of which 2,689,388 traveled on international flights, which represents a recovery of 97.5% compared to March 2019 and 15, 5% more than in 2022. A total of 1,575,561 did so on domestic flights, 9.9% more than before the pandemic and 20.8% more than last year. There has been a  strong increases on all islands
Gran Canaria Airport registered the highest number of passengers in this third month of the year with 1,290,562 arrivals, which represents a 99% recovery over March 2019 and an increase of 22.1% compared to the same month last year. . It is followed by the Tenerife Sur Airport, which with 1,158,755 passengers registers an increase of 4.6% compared to 2019 and 16.4% over 2022.Fuerteventura airport, with 541,932 arrivals, registers increases of 6.3% year-on-year and 12.9% compared to March 2019. Tenerife Norte-Ciudad de La Laguna, with 493,829 (+5.5% and +17, 3%); La Palma, with 119,011 (-13.2% and +30.9%) and El Hierro, with 23,205 (+16.1% and +11.9%).