ALICANTE: 2018 was an absolute record year for the airport of Alicante-Elche and it seems difficult to surpass the achieved figures. But in January, the airport is again started with the results that are much higher than last year. In what is normally one of the quietest months of the year, 684,967 travelers did in the airport of Alicante-Elche, 15.5% more than in January last year. Dutch and Belgians made a significant contribution to this result. The Dutch came in January after the British and the Spanish even in third place, the Belgians after the Germans in fifth place.
While there are periodically articles appear about the rising obesity in Spain, that the Spaniards still more fast food to eat instead of the Mediterranean diet and that it’s becoming less of olive oil used, and this substitutes for the unhealthy oil, sunflower oil, turns out that according to Bloomberg, Spain is the healthiest country in the world has become.Spain has Italy of the throne and the first place on the list of 169 countries surveyed acquired. Spain is number one on the list of the Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index 2019 created by the American news agency Bloomberg.In this research, several other research results are compared and added together, such as that of the world health organization, the United Nations and the world Bank. This is taken into account with o.a. health risks such as tobacco use, obesity, clean water, sanitation, and mental health and the life expectancy of the inhabitants.GezondsteIn 2019 state Spain in the first place, that the country had no less than 5 places has risen from the 6th place in 2017. Spain has beaten Italy to be overthrown because that country in 2017 is still on the 1st place, but now has dropped to 2nd place. Also, the Netherlands is one of two places dropped from the 13th place in 2017 to 15th place in 2019. With Belgium, it is apparently even worse made since that country also 2 points fell from the 26th place to the 28th place. As we already wrote earlier, Spain has one of the highest life expectancy in the world where one believes that Spain is the first place in the world of Japan will take over in the year 2040. Spaniards are in that year 85,8 years old while the Japanese than is 85.7 years will live (on average of course).At this moment, Spain, with a life expectancy of 82.9 years on a 4th place (out of 195 countries, behind Japan, Switzerland and Singapore.