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Old January 18th, 2012, 10:45 PM   #241
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They've just released the final figures for Brazilian airports in 2011. Another good year for the local aviation:

Brazilian Airports by Passenger Traffic 2011

Airport ------------------------- 2011 ----- 2010 ----- Growth %
1º. São Paulo-Guarulhos (SP) --- 29.964.108 --- 26.849.185 --- 11,60%
2º. São Paulo-Congonhas (SP) --- 16.753.567 --- 15.499.462 --- 8,09%
3º. Brasília (DF) --- 15.398.737 --- 14.347.061 --- 7,33%
4º. Rio de Janeiro-Galeão (RJ) --- 14.926.615 --- 12.337.944 --- 20,98%
5º. Belo Horizonte-Confins (MG) --- 9.359.033 --- 7.261.064 --- 28,89%
6º. Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (RJ) --- 8.522.225 --- 7.822.848 --- 8,94%
7º. Salvador (BA) --- 8.310.651 --- 7.696.307 --- 7,98%
8º. Porto Alegre (RS) --- 7.836.074 --- 6.676.216 --- 17,37%
9º. Campinas-Viracopos (SP) --- 7.542.239 --- 5.430.066 --- 38,90%
10º. Curitiba (PR) --- 6.964.581 --- 5.774.615 --- 20,61%
11º. Recife (PE) --- 6.360.868 --- 5.958.982 --- 6,74%
12º. Fortaleza (CE) --- 5.646.996 --- 5.072.721 --- 11,32%
13º. Vitória (ES) --- 3.181.108 --- 2.644.729 --- 20,28%
14º. Florianópolis (SC) --- 3.121.936 --- 2.672.250 --- 16,83%
15º. Manaus (AM) --- 3.016.921 --- 2.688.623 --- 12,21%
16º. Belém (PA) --- 2.994.551 --- 2.605.467 --- 14,93%
17º. Goiânia (GO) --- 2.783.717 --- 2.348.648 --- 18,52%
18º. Natal (RN) --- 2.580.990 --- 2.415.833 --- 6,84%
19º. Cuiabá (MT) --- 2.551.120 --- 2.134.267 --- 19,53%
20º. São Luís (MA) --- 1.844.334 --- 1.379.146 --- 33,73%
21º. Foz do Iguaçu (PR) --- 1.691.392 --- 1.155.615 --- 46,36%
22º. Maceió (AL) --- 1.543.149 --- 1.431.781 --- 7,78%
23º. Campo Grande (MS) --- 1.514.185 --- 1.208.765 --- 25,27%
24º. Itajaí-Navegantes (SC) --- 1.156.859 --- 852.487 --- 35,70%
25º. João Pessoa (PB) --- 1.144.256 --- 926.043 --- 23,56%
26º. Ribeirão Preto (SP) --- 1.114.415 --- 677.768 --- 64,42%
27º. Aracaju (SE) --- 1.093.143 --- 940.389 --- 16,24%
28º. Teresina (PI) --- 1.074.921 --- 797.979 --- 34,71%
29º. Porto Velho (RO) --- 983.812 --- 716.905 --- 37,23%
30º. Londrina (PR) --- 961.902 --- 732.433 --- 31,33%
31º. Uberlândia (MG) --- 907.169 --- 765.395 --- 18,52%
32º. Belo Horizonte-Pampulha (MG) --- 793.484 --- 757.685 --- 4,72%
33º. São José do Rio Preto (SP) --- 669.290 --- 424.740 --- 57,58%
34º. Maringá (PR) --- 666.957 --- 497.979 --- 33,93%
35º. Macapá (AP) --- 560.469 --- 542.053 --- 3,40%
36º. Ilhéus (BA) --- 513.095 --- 412.572 --- 24,36%
37º. Palmas (TO) --- 503.408 --- 389.217 --- 29,34%
38º. Joinville (SC) --- 484.742 --- 289.161 --- 67,64%
39º. Santarém (PA) --- 461.212 --- 405.122 --- 13,85%
40º. Macaé (RJ) --- 454.959 --- 410.145 --- 10,93%
41º. Rio Branco (AC) --- 393.744 --- 355.916 --- 10,63%
42º. São Paulo-Campo de Marte (SP) --- 388.112 --- 361.984 --- 7,22%
43º. Petrolina (PE) --- 372.056 --- 254.161 --- 46,39%
44º. Juazeiro do Norte (CE) --- 342.958 --- 244.780 --- 40,11%
45º. Boa Vista (RR) --- 341.885 --- 242.409 --- 41,04%
46º. Marabá (PA) --- 322.388 --- 242.415 --- 243.094 --- 32,99%
47º. Presidente Prudente (SP) --- 259.190 --- 213.105 --- 21,63%
48º. Imperatriz (MA) --- 240.156 --- 234.295 --- 2,50%
49º. São José dos Campos (SP) --- 236.084 --- 84.176 --- 180,46%
50º. Montes Claros (MG) --- 224.660 --- 121.140 --- 85,45%
51º. Rio de Janeiro-Jacarepaguá (RJ) --- 159.921 --- 135.277 --- 18,22%
52º. Uberaba (MG) --- 133.652 --- 75.389 --- 77,28%
53º. Araçatuba (SP) --- 123.807 --- 78.296 --- 58,13%

54º. Cruzeiro do Sul (AC) --- 123.479 --- 124.973 --- -1,20%
55º. Carajás (PA) --- 105.589 --- 68.618 --- 53,88%
56º. Altamira (PA) --- 104.842 --- 81.565 --- 28,54%

57º. Campina Grande (PB) --- 104.744 --- 114.258 --- -8,33%
58º. Curitiba-Bacacheri (PR) --- 101.881 --- 60.678 --- 67,90%
59º. Bauru-Arealva (SP) --- 97.243 --- 97.334 --- -0,09%
60º. Tefé (AM) --- 86.277 --- 32.209 --- 20.462 --- 167,87%
61º. Sorocaba (SP) --- 77.156 --- 63.243 --- 22,00%
62º. Marília (SP) --- 64.419 --- 54.120 --- 19,03%

63º. Tabatinga (AM) --- 41.497 --- 43.884 --- 35.806 --- -5,44%
64º. Bragança Paulista (SP) --- 32.341 --- 43.196 --- -25,13%

65º. Corumbá (MS) --- 31.946 --- 28.070 --- 27.973 --- 13,81%
66º. Belém-Júlio César (PA) --- 29.711 --- 27.491 --- 8,08%
67º. Belo Horizonte-Carlos Prates (MG) --- 28.290 --- 22.431 --- 26,12%
68º. Criciúma (SC) --- 24.874 --- 23.213 --- 7,16%

69º. Campinas-Amarais (SP) --- 20.643 --- 29.246 --- -29,42%
70º. Jundiaí (SP) --- 19.809 --- 19.607 --- 1,03%
71º. Itanhaém (SP) --- 18.319 --- 16.189 --- 13,16%
72º. Campos dos Goytcazes (RJ) --- 17.469 --- 10.004 --- 74,62%
73º. Araraquara (SP) --- 15.048 --- 12.344 --- 21,91%
74º. Bauru (SP) --- 11.181 --- 11.173 --- 0,07%
75º. Piracicaba (SP) --- 10.601 --- 6.554 --- 61,75%
76º. Pelotas (RS) --- 9.503 --- 8.163 --- 16,42%

77º. Ubatuba (SP) --- 8.902 --- 11.858 --- -24,93%
78º. Assis (SP) --- 7.749 --- 8.154 --- -4,97%
79º. Lins (SP) --- 4.358 --- 4.520 --- -3,58%

80º. Barretos (SP) --- 3.755 --- 3.611 --- 3,99%
81º. Paulo Afonso (BA) --- 3.698 --- 3.718 --- -0,54%
82º. Uruguaiana (RS) --- 3.004 --- 3.144 --- -4,45%
83º. Franca (SP) --- 2.734 --- 3.221 --- -15,12%
84º. Ponta Porã (MS) --- 2.595 --- 4.479 --- -42,06%
85º. Andradina (SP) --- 2.470 --- 2.941 --- -16,01%
86º. Parnaíba (PI) --- 2.399 --- 2.619 --- -8,40%
87º. Bagé (RS) --- 2.144 --- 2.359 --- -9,11%
88º. Votuporanga (SP) --- 1.774 --- 2.377 --- -25,37%

89º. Tupã (SP) --- 1.590 --- 1.419 --- 12,05%
90º. Ourinhos (SP) --- 1.262 --- 1.716 --- -26,46%
91º. Avaré-Arandu (SP) --- 1.225 --- 735 --- 66,67%
92º. São Carlos (SP) --- 921 --- 2.461 --- -62,58%
93º. Presidente Epitácio (SP) --- 759 --- 632 --- 20,09%
94. São Manoel (SP) --- 578 --- 716 --- -19,27%
95º. Dracena (SP) --- 520 --- 635 --- 486 --- -18,11%
96º. Botucatu (SP) --- 518 --- 722 --- 588 --- -28,25%
97º. Penápolis (SP) --- 489 --- 520 --- -5,96%
98º. Juiz de Fora-Zona da Mata (MG) --- 142 --- 965 --- -85,28%


INFRAERO --- 179.482.228 --- 155.363.964 --- 15,52%
DAESP --- 2.573.066 --- 1.793.153 --- 43,49%
Maringá --- 666.957 --- 497.979 --- 33,93%

TOTAL --- 182.722.251 --- 157.655.096 --- 15,90%


Brazil has now 29 airports (Porto Seguro is not part of the system; numbers to be released in ANAC's Yearbook in the mid-2012) handling more than 1,000,000 passengers. Plus 3 (Porto Velho, Londrina and Uberlândia) are about to join the club.
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Old January 19th, 2012, 10:26 AM   #242
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Rome Fiumicino: 37,693 M passengers +3,7%)

The value you posted comprehends Rome Ciampino airport too.

Source: http://www.adr.it/bsn-dati-di-traffi...dataRif=201112
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Old January 19th, 2012, 07:29 PM   #243
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The correct figures are:

1st London Heathrow: 69.391 M passengers (+5.5%)
2nd Paris Charles de Gaulle: 60.970 M passengers (+4.8%)
3rd Frankfurt: 56.44 M passengers (6.5%)
4th Amsterdam Schiphol: 49.8 M passengers (10.2%)
5th Madrid Barajas: 49.7 M passengers (-0.4%)
6th Munich Franz Josef Strauss: 37.77 M passengers (+8%)
7th Rome Fiumicino: 37.693 M passengers (+3.7%)
8th Istanbul Atatürk: 37.45 M passengers (+17%)
9th Barcelona El Prat: 34,40 M passengers (+17.8%)
10th London Gatwick: 33,64 M passengers (+7.3%)

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Paris-CDG: 60,970,551
Paris-Orly: 27,139,076

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I sense that there will be an initiation of a shift from people and flights using Frankfurt once Berlin Brandenburg Airport opens this June.
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Old January 23rd, 2012, 02:15 PM   #248
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Old January 24th, 2012, 10:16 PM   #249
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Some on-time performance statistics.

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IN BRIEF | Qantas and Virgin Australia clock over 80% for on-time arrivals and departures, according to Federal Government statistics, but it seems that's not enough to get them into the world's-best category.
Japan's two major airlines, on the other hand, are achieving 90% on-time performance according to the FlightStats flight information service.
ANA picked up the FlightStats 2011 On-time Performance Award for International Airlines with 90.18% of flights arriving at the gate within 15 minutes of the scheduled time. That's just a whisker ahead of JAL's 90.14%.
None the less, Qantas and Virgin Australia can take some solace that FlightStats recorded average on-time performance across the category of 77.79%, putting them slightly ahead of the pace.
Alaska Airlines took the gong for most punctual North American airlines with on-time arrivals at 87.79%, while Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) is the airline to beat in Europe with on-time performance sitting at 88.22%.
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In 2010 the 20 biggest metropolitan areas by passenger traffic were the following:
1- London (6 airports): 127,353,419 passengers (-2.3% compared to 2009 / -9.0% compared to 2007)
2- New York (5 airports): 105,993,609 pass. (+2.1% comp. to 2009 / -5.1% comp. to 2007)
3- Tokyo (2 airports): 98,004,756 pass. (+4.2% comp. to 2009 / -4.2% comp. to 2007)
4- Atlanta (1 airport): 89,331,622 pass. (+1.5% comp. to 2009 / -0.1% comp. to 2007)
5- Paris (4 airports): 86,360,866 pass. (+0.8% comp. to 2009 / -2.5% comp. to 2007)
6- Chicago (2 airports): 84,341,019 pass. (+3.9% comp. to 2009 / -11.7% comp. to 2007)
7- Los Angeles (5 airports): 79,985,289 pass. (+3.1% comp. to 2009 / -8.9% comp. to 2007)
Hong Kong-Shenzhen (2 airports): 77,062,570 pass. (+10.0% comp. to 2009 / +13.9% comp. to 2007)
8- Beijing (2 airports): 76,088,588 pass. (+13.6% comp. to 2009 / +40.0% comp. to 2007)
9- Shanghai (2 airports): 71,877,433 pass. (+26.1% comp. to 2009 / +39.4% comp. to 2007)
10- Dallas (2 airports): 64,867,419 pass. (+1.7% comp. to 2009 / -4.2% comp. to 2007)
11- Washington (3 airports): 63,647,258 pass. (+3.3% comp. to 2009 / -1.6% comp. to 2007)
12- Miami (2 airports): 58,110,652 pass. (+5.8% comp. to 2009 / +3.0% comp. to 2007)
13- San Francisco Bay Area (3 airports): 57,357,908 pass. (+3.7% comp. to 2009 / +6.4% comp. to 2007)
14- Dubai-Sharjah (2 airports): 53,487,128 pass. (+14.6% comp. to 2009 / +38.2% comp. to 2007)
15- Frankfurt (1 airport): 53,009,221 pass. (+4.1% comp. to 2009 / -2.1% comp. to 2007)
16- Denver (1 airport): 52,209,377 pass. (+4.1% comp. to 2009 / +4.7% comp. to 2007)
17- Moscow (3 airports): 50,836,828 pass. (+23.5% comp. to 2009 / +28.8% comp. to 2007)
18- Hong Kong (1 airport): 50,348,960 pass. (+10.5% comp. to 2009 / +7.0% comp. to 2007)
19- Madrid (1 airport): 49,863,504 pass. (+3.3% comp. to 2009 / -4.4% comp. to 2007)
20- Houston (2 airport): 49,533,570 pass. (+2.1% comp. to 2009 / -4.4% comp. to 2007)

Evolution of passenger traffic from 2007 to 2010:
Beijing: +40.0%
Shanghai: +39.4%
Dubai-Sharjah : +38.2%
Moscow: +28.8%
Hong Kong-Shenzhen: +13.9%
Hong Kong: +7.0%
San Francisco Bay Area: +6.4%
Denver: +4.7%
Miami: +3.0%
Atlanta: -0.1%
Washington: -1.6%
Frankfurt: -2.1%
Paris: -2.5%
Dallas: -4.2%
Tokyo: -4.2%
Houston: -4.4%
Madrid: -4.4%
New York: -5.1%
Los Angeles: -8.9%
London: -9.0%
Chicago: -11.7%

Of course to be fair in terms of international comparisons, you'd also have to add the long-distance traffic of high speed trains which would significantly increase the figures for Tokyo, Paris, Osaka, and to a lesser extent London, Madrid, Seoul.
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São Paulo (4 airports - GRU, CGH, VCP, MAE):

2011: 54,648,026
2010: 48,140,697
2009: 39,104,170
2008: 35,425,981
2007: 35,297,364

Growth 2007 to 2010: 36.4%
Growth 2007 to 2011: 54.2%
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In 2010 the 20 biggest metropolitan areas by passenger traffic were the following:
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who cares about numbers from 2010 when numbers from 2011 are available already. the numbers you have posted have been posted many times in this thread .. many months ago.


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not likely. BER won't have much of a network, where people could transfer to. it doesn't offer many long range connections, and it doesn't look like it is going to get any new so far.
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here is a provisional list for 2011, made by Seljuk from airliners.de

PEK: 78,675,000 +6,4%
LHR: 69,390,628 +5,5%
ORD: 66,760,407 -0,4%
LAX: 61,861,974 +4,7%
CDG: 60,970,551 +4,8%
FRA: 56,436,255 +6,5%
HKG: 53,909,000 +5,9%
DXB: 50,975 Mio. +8,0%
AMS: 49,755,252 +10,0%
MAD: 49,662,512 -0,4%
BKK: 47,910,904 +12,0%
SIN: 46,543,845 +10,7%
CAN: 45,04 Mio. +3,8%
IAH: 40,128,741 -0,9%
MUC: 37,763,701 +8,8%
KUL: 37,7 Mio. +10,6%
FCO: 37,693,465 +3,7%
IST: 37,452,187 +16,5%
SYD: 35,631 Mio. +0,2%
ICN: 35,062,366 +4,7%
BCN: 34,399,180 +17,8%
LGW: 33,639,900 +7,3%
YYZ: 33,435,580 +4,7%
SEA: 32,819,863 +4,0%
GRU: 29,964,108 +11,6%
Chengdu: 29,07 Mio. +12,6%
BOS: 28,8 Mio. +5%
NRT: 28,068,714 -17,1%
ORY: 27,139,076 +7,7%
MEX: 26,368,861 +9,3%
DME: 25,701,610 +15,5%
AYT: 25,113,635 +14,1%
TPE: 24,947,751 -0,7%
ZRH: 24,337,954 +6,4%
Berlin: 24,033,809 +7,7% (TXL: 16,919,820 +12,6%; SXF: 7,113,989 -2,5%)
PMI: 22,726,459 +7,6%
CPH: 22,725,517 +5,7%
SVO: 22,555 Mio. +16,7%
VIE: 21,106,292 +7,2%
OSL: 21,103,005 +10,5%
DUS: 20,339,466 +7,1%
MXP: 19,3 Mio. +2%
ARN: 19,069,065 +12,4%
JNB: 18,922,346 +2,9%
MAN: 18,806,098 +6,5%
BRU: 18,786,034 +9,3%
DUB: 18,741,095 +1,7%
DOH: 18,108,521 +15,2%
STN: 18,047,594 -2,8%
YVR: 17,032,742 +1,5%
Sao Paulo-CGH: 16,753,567 +8,1%
Saigon: 16,668,400 +7,5%
Brasilia: 15,398,737 +7,3%
Rio de Janeiro: 14,926,615 +21,0%
HEL: 14,865,871 +15,5%
LIS: 14,790,242 +5,1%
HAM: 13,558,261 +4,6%
GVA: 13,111,741 +10,5%
CUN: 13,022,481 +4,7%
AGP: 12,823,125 +6,3%
SAW: 12,749,230 +13,9%
AUH: 12,4 Mio. +13,9%
LIM: 11,795,863 +14,7%
LPA: 10,538,811 +11,1%
NCE: 10,422,073 +8,5%
Haikou: 10,168 Mio. +15,9%
LED: 9,610,767 +13,8%
CGN: 9,623,398 -2,3%
STR: 9,582,265 +4,0%
LTN: 9,510,137 +8,9%
EDI: 9,384,072 +9,2%
Belo Horizonte: 9,359,033 +28,9%
WAW: 9,337,907 +7,2%
BUD: 8,920,653 +8,9%
BHX: 8,608,828 +0,5%
Izmir: 8,542,811 +14,1%
Ankara: 8,520,649 +9,7%
Phuket: 8,467,860 +20,2%
LYS: 8,437,141 +5,7%
CPT: 8,436,562 +4,1%
BGY: 8,419,948 +9,7%
KBP: 8 Mio. +20%
MRS: 7,366,873 -2,1%
Guadalajara: 7,200,900 +3,6%
TLS: 6,988,140 +9,1%
GLA: 6,864,000 +5,1%
Muscat: 6,479,860 +12,7%
Cebu: 6,215,946 +14,8%
Porto: 6,003,408 +13,7%
CRL: 5,901,007 +13,6%
FAO: 5,615,580 +5,1%
Bergen: 5,606,797 +10,4%
Monterrey: 5,582,794 +3,8%
Larnaca: 5,507,762 +2,6%
HAJ: 5,340,264 +5,5%
RIX: 5,106,893 +9,5%
BSL: 5,048,428 +22,4%
Durban: 5,038,231 +5,9%
GOT: 4,906,556 +18,7%
PSA: 4,526,723 +11,3%
Stavanger: 4,131,974 +12,4%
Bordeaux: 4,117,303 +1 2,4%
NUE: 3,962,617 -2,6%
Trondheim: 3,926,461 +11,5%
Paris-BVA: 3,677,825 +25,4%
MLA: 3,506,521 +6,5%
SOF: 3,474,993 +5,4%
Jekaterinburg: 3,355,883 +22,1%
BEG: 3,124,633 +15,8%
KRK: 3,014,060 +5,2%
Novosibirsk: 2,765,884 +22,3%
BLL: 2,710,516 +5,3%
EIN: 2,643,483 +23,4%
KTW: 2,544,124 +5,9%
Danzig: 2,463,978 +10,4%
Cork: 2,361,851 -2,6%
ZAG: 2,319,098 +11,9%
Funchal: 2,311,380 +3,5%
Reykjavik: 2,112,142 +17,9%
TLL: 1,913,172 +38,2%
LUX: 1,791,231 +9,9%
VNO: 1,712,467 +24,7%
Salzburg: 1,700,983 +4,6%
Shannon: 1,625,549 -7,4%
RTM: 1,158,420 +15,7%
Innsbruck: 997,067 -3,5%
Graz: 976,543 -1,4%
Linz: 679,372 -1,8%
Erbil: 621,870 +37%
Klagenfurt: 375,307 -11,9%


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Old January 30th, 2012, 10:36 AM   #255
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here is a provisional list for 2011, made by Seljuk from airliners.de

PEK: 78,675,000 +6,4%
LHR: 69,390,628 +5,5%
ORD: 66,760,407 -0,4%
LAX: 61,861,974 +4,7%
CDG: 60,970,551 +4,8%
FRA: 56,436,255 +6,5%
HKG: 53,909,000 +5,9%
DXB: 50,975 Mio. +8,0%
AMS: 49,755,252 +10,0%
MAD: 49,662,512 -0,4%
BKK: 47,910,904 +12,0%
SIN: 46,543,845 +10,7%
CAN: 45,04 Mio. +3,8%
IAH: 40,128,741 -0,9%
MUC: 37,763,701 +8,8%
KUL: 37,7 Mio. +10,6%
FCO: 37,693,465 +3,7%
IST: 37,452,187 +16,5%
SYD: 35,631 Mio. +0,2%
ICN: 35,062,366 +4,7%
BCN: 34,399,180 +17,8%
LGW: 33,639,900 +7,3%
YYZ: 33,435,580 +4,7%
SEA: 32,819,863 +4,0%
GRU: 29,964,108 +11,6%
Chengdu: 29,07 Mio. +12,6%
BOS: 28,8 Mio. +5%
NRT: 28,068,714 -17,1%
ORY: 27,139,076 +7,7%
MEX: 26,368,861 +9,3%
DME: 25,701,610 +15,5%
AYT: 25,113,635 +14,1%
TPE: 24,947,751 -0,7%
ZRH: 24,337,954 +6,4%
Berlin: 24,033,809 +7,7% (TXL: 16,919,820 +12,6%; SXF: 7,113,989 -2,5%)
PMI: 22,726,459 +7,6%
CPH: 22,725,517 +5,7%
SVO: 22,555 Mio. +16,7%
VIE: 21,106,292 +7,2%
OSL: 21,103,005 +10,5%
DUS: 20,339,466 +7,1%
MXP: 19,3 Mio. +2%
ARN: 19,069,065 +12,4%
JNB: 18,922,346 +2,9%
MAN: 18,806,098 +6,5%
BRU: 18,786,034 +9,3%
DUB: 18,741,095 +1,7%
DOH: 18,108,521 +15,2%
STN: 18,047,594 -2,8%
YVR: 17,032,742 +1,5%
Sao Paulo-CGH: 16,753,567 +8,1%
Saigon: 16,668,400 +7,5%
Brasilia: 15,398,737 +7,3%
Rio de Janeiro: 14,926,615 +21,0%
HEL: 14,865,871 +15,5%
LIS: 14,790,242 +5,1%
HAM: 13,558,261 +4,6%
GVA: 13,111,741 +10,5%
CUN: 13,022,481 +4,7%
AGP: 12,823,125 +6,3%
SAW: 12,749,230 +13,9%
AUH: 12,4 Mio. +13,9%
LIM: 11,795,863 +14,7%
LPA: 10,538,811 +11,1%
NCE: 10,422,073 +8,5%
Haikou: 10,168 Mio. +15,9%
LED: 9,610,767 +13,8%
CGN: 9,623,398 -2,3%
STR: 9,582,265 +4,0%
LTN: 9,510,137 +8,9%
EDI: 9,384,072 +9,2%
Belo Horizonte: 9,359,033 +28,9%
WAW: 9,337,907 +7,2%
BUD: 8,920,653 +8,9%
BHX: 8,608,828 +0,5%
Izmir: 8,542,811 +14,1%
Ankara: 8,520,649 +9,7%
Phuket: 8,467,860 +20,2%
LYS: 8,437,141 +5,7%
CPT: 8,436,562 +4,1%
BGY: 8,419,948 +9,7%
KBP: 8 Mio. +20%
MRS: 7,366,873 -2,1%
Guadalajara: 7,200,900 +3,6%
TLS: 6,988,140 +9,1%
GLA: 6,864,000 +5,1%
Muscat: 6,479,860 +12,7%
Cebu: 6,215,946 +14,8%
Porto: 6,003,408 +13,7%
CRL: 5,901,007 +13,6%
FAO: 5,615,580 +5,1%
Bergen: 5,606,797 +10,4%
Monterrey: 5,582,794 +3,8%
Larnaca: 5,507,762 +2,6%
HAJ: 5,340,264 +5,5%
RIX: 5,106,893 +9,5%
BSL: 5,048,428 +22,4%
Durban: 5,038,231 +5,9%
GOT: 4,906,556 +18,7%
PSA: 4,526,723 +11,3%
Stavanger: 4,131,974 +12,4%
Bordeaux: 4,117,303 +1 2,4%
NUE: 3,962,617 -2,6%
Trondheim: 3,926,461 +11,5%
Paris-BVA: 3,677,825 +25,4%
MLA: 3,506,521 +6,5%
SOF: 3,474,993 +5,4%
Jekaterinburg: 3,355,883 +22,1%
BEG: 3,124,633 +15,8%
KRK: 3,014,060 +5,2%
Novosibirsk: 2,765,884 +22,3%
BLL: 2,710,516 +5,3%
EIN: 2,643,483 +23,4%
KTW: 2,544,124 +5,9%
Danzig: 2,463,978 +10,4%
Cork: 2,361,851 -2,6%
ZAG: 2,319,098 +11,9%
Funchal: 2,311,380 +3,5%
Reykjavik: 2,112,142 +17,9%
TLL: 1,913,172 +38,2%
LUX: 1,791,231 +9,9%
VNO: 1,712,467 +24,7%
Salzburg: 1,700,983 +4,6%
Shannon: 1,625,549 -7,4%
RTM: 1,158,420 +15,7%
Innsbruck: 997,067 -3,5%
Graz: 976,543 -1,4%
Linz: 679,372 -1,8%
Erbil: 621,870 +37%
Klagenfurt: 375,307 -11,9%


this list is not complete yet.


edit: and here is the list with IATA-codes, for those who are not familiar with those: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...s_by_IATA_code
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Old February 5th, 2012, 06:13 AM   #256
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Panama City, Panama's Tocumen International Airport (PTY) registered 5,844,561 passengers in 2011. In 2010, it was 5,042,410 for a 2010-2011 growth rate of +15.91%

http://www.tocumenpanama.aero/upload...o_2011v0.2.pdf
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Old February 5th, 2012, 10:52 AM   #257
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To improve the experience, we've added some alliance indicators beside the airline IATA codes to differentiate between the major alliances.
  • * for Star Alliance.
    Example: AC* for Air Canada
  • ™ for Skyteam.
    Example: CZ™ for China Southern
  • ° for oneworld.
    Example: BA°/IB° for British Airways and Iberia Airlines
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Old February 5th, 2012, 11:13 AM   #258
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I posted this post here instead of in the MALEV thread as it encompasses many carriers across different threads

CAPA Centre for Aviation has a great analysis on MALEV's grounding.
http://www.centreforaviation.com/ana...oving-in-67369

One thing that wasn't mentioned in this was Hainan Airlines. As some of us may already know, Hainan did have preliminary discussions with deep partnerships (and ownerships) with MALEV. But now with the grounding of MALEV, this leaves Hainan Airlines with fewer options for a Europe partnership.

Interestingly, CAPA also has an article about Norwegian, its growth, and future partnerships. Given Norwegian, as a LCC, is going to be entering the long-haul market with 787s, I don't think a partnership with a gulf carrier is particularly beneficial (Norwegian will act more as a feeder carrier), but a partnership with a Chinese carrier to handle the ever growing Europe-Asia route demand may yield interesting partnerships. Finnair, Norwegian's competing partner, has been leveraging its convenient geography as a comparative advantage, and they are also looking into partnering with an Asian carrier (particularly, a Chinese carrier). So Hainan may be a potential candidate for a partnership with Norwegian or Finnair.
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Old February 6th, 2012, 03:49 PM   #259
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PRG - 11,788,629 +2,01%
http://www.prg.aero/en/business-sect...6/resource.pdf
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Old February 8th, 2012, 03:40 AM   #260
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Brazilian airports (Guarulhos, Viracopos, Brasília) are "leased" for 24 billion reais (5.5 billion was the initial bid):

Quote:
Brazil Privatizes Airports, Raising $14 Billion

By PAULO WINTERSTEIN

SÃO PAULO—Brazil raised $14 billion in a privatization of three major airports, a bid to speed modernization of overcrowded hubs before the country hosts soccer's 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games.

Investor groups including a Brazilian pension fund, private construction firms and airport operators bid for concessions Monday to operate the international airport in São Paulo, Latin America's busiest, as well as growing hubs in the capital Brasilia and in Campinas for up to 30 years. The concessions require the firms to improve the airports. The sale of other long-term operating licenses are planned.

Officials said strong demand for the concessions reflected heightened investor interest in one of the world's fastest growing airline markets. Brisk economic growth and record low unemployment have created millions of entrants into Brazil's middle class. That in turn has spurred air traffic growth of double-digit rates, with demand jumping 16% in 2011 to about 180 million passengers.

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