You will hear about passenger traffic at Britain’s main airports in 1990 and 1993. Listen to the recording and write down the figures in the correct columns.

Manchester Airport is the third largest airport in Britain. In 1990 it handled about 10.1 million passengers and in 1993 the number of passengers increased to 13.1 million. In 1990 Glasgow Airport handled 3.9 million passengers and in 1993 the number of passengers rose sharply to 5.2 million.
Birmingham handled 3.5 million passengers in 1990 and in 1993 the number of passengers was 4.2 million, not a big change. At Edinburgh Airport, the number of passengers was 2 million and 5 thousand in 1990. But in 1993 it handled about 2 million and 9 thousand passengers. At Newcastle
Airport, the number of passengers was 1 million and 6 thousand in 1990. In 1993 this airport handled 2 million and 1 thousand passengers. In 1990 Bristol Airport handled 8 thousand passengers.
In 1993 the number of passengers increased to 1 million and 1 thousand.