Sydney Airport (ASX: SYD) reported its traffic performance for September 2019, with the growth in international passenger traffic in line with August. Arrivals from India recorded the second consecutive month of double-digit growth.
- SYD secured air services agreement between Australia & Nepal.
- Indonesian passenger growth was recorded at 16.1% over the previous corresponding period.
- Domestic traffic grew by 1.2% over September 2018, and international passenger numbers were up by 1.9%.
By 1:20 PM AEST, SYD was trading at $8.32, down by 1.42%.
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