Hamad International Airport (DOH) stands at the pinnacle of success, capping off 2023 by outstanding accomplishments and new milestones.
Throughout the year 2023, the award-winning airport has surpassed all expectations by serving an unprecedented 45,916,104 passengers, reflecting a remarkable 31% increase compared to 2022. Passenger volumes continued to climb in 2023, surpassing even the momentum established during the historic FIFA World Cup.
Since its inception in 2014, the airport which is the “Beating Heart of Qatar”, has consistently demonstrated robust growth, now proudly tallying a cumulative passenger count of close to 303 million and demonstrating a 63% increase in annual passenger volume since the commencement of its operations in 2014.
Hamad International Airport has been ranked among the World’s Busiest Airports of 2023 by OAG’s Global Airline Schedules Data.
The airport reported 252,059 aircraft movements over the past year, which is a 22% increase compared to the previous year. Hamad International Airport also witnessed growth in cargo operations amounting to a total of 2,340,711 tons of cargo. The airport has served a total of 52 airlines in 2023.
Engr. Badr Mohammed Al-Meer, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Officer, said: “at Qatar Airways Group, records aren’t just numbers, they drive us to excel beyond expectations.
“Hamad International Airport’s achievements are a reflection of our unwavering commitment to service excellence.
“We spearhead the industry, as we consistently elevate the travel experience to new heights. We’re not simply moving people, we’re shaping the future of travel. The airport’s record-breaking year is a testament to the aviation industry’s unmatched agility and unwavering spirit.”
“There is no finish line in the pursuit of offering exceptional travel experience. It is our goal to continuously refine journeys in 2024, with seamless connections, innovative services, and facilities that constantly evolve to match the ever-growing expectations of our discerning passengers.” Engr. Badr concluded.