Passenger traffic figures on cross-Channel service Eurotunnel were down 60% year-on-year last month as the pandemic continues to have a major impact.
Its Le Shuttle Freight service transported 122,832 trucks during March - down just 2% on the same month last year.
Eurotunnel traffic has been hit hard by the pandemic and the numerous traffic restrictions, Picture: Barry Goodwin
But the 38,201 passenger vehicles it carried was 60% down on the year before. The figures for the first three months of the year combined show a 72% drop year-on-year.
Travel restrictions have caused major problems for the biggest operators, with Eurostar admitting it is struggling to survive the 95% drop in passenger numbers it has seen for its high-speed rail service.
A Eurotunnel spokesman said: "The freight market is still marked by the adjustments to new post-Brexit administrative rules, but with a trend towards normalisation.
"The passenger market remains severely impacted by the travel restrictions put in place by the British and French governments due to the pandemic."