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Old January 20th, 2011, 04:22 AM   #81
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TOP 30 Airports of China mainland in 2010

1.Beijing Capital: 73.95 million(+13.1%)

2.Guangzhou Baiyun: 40.96 million (+10.6%)

3.Shanghai Pudong: 40.40 million (+26.6%)

4.Shanghai Hongqiao: 31.29 million (+30.2%)

5.Shenzhen Bao'an:26.71 million (+9.1%)

6.Chengdu Shuangliu:25.80 million (+14%)

7.Kunming Wujiaba: 20.18 million (+6.6%)

8.Xi'an Xianyang: 18.01 million (+17.8%)

9.Hangzhou Xiaoshan: 17.06 million (+14.2%)

10.Chongqing Jiangbei: 15.80 million (+12.6%)

11.Xiamen Gaoqi : 13.20 million (+16.5%)

12.Changsha Huanghua : 12.62 million (+11.8%)

13.Nanjing Lukou : 12.53 million (+15.6%)

14.Wuhan Tianhe : 11.70 million (+3.5%)

15.Qingdao Liuting :11.10 million (+14.9%)

16.Dalian Zhoushuizi :10.70 million(+12.1%)

17.Sanya Fenghuang :9.29 million (+17.0%)

18.Urumqi Diwopu : 9.10 million (+38.4%)

19.Haikou Meilan :8.77 million (+4.5%)

20.Zhenzhou Xinzhen : 8.70 million (+18.5%)

21.Shenyang Xiantao : 8.62 million (+14.9%)

22.Tianjin Binhai : 7.28 million (+25.9%)

23.Harbin Taiping : 7.26 million (+10.7%)

24.Jinan Yaoqiang : 6,90 million (+17.9%)

25.Fuzhou Changle: 6.48 million (+18.8%)

26.Guiyang Longdongbao :6,25 million (+9.9%)

27.Nanning Wuxu : 5.63 million (+24.6%)

28.Wenzhou Yongqiang :5.37 million (+11.4%)

29.Guilin Liangjiang :5.27 million (-0.9%)

30.Taiyuan Wusu :5.25 million (+13.4%)
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Old January 20th, 2011, 07:30 AM   #82
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Airports and Aviation Forum Restructuring - Merger of Airplanes

wow that's great idea. i think it helps to identify airlines easily. Thanks for sharing. keep updating.
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Old January 20th, 2011, 01:26 PM   #83
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thanks guys, I added some numbers to the list (not all yet, I'm looking for sources).


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great efforts everyone.

Considering that airports with 10 million passengers only made the top 125 airport last year, I think HD's got a lot of work to do to update this thread.
that's right. I'm waiting for numbers from america, which would add a lot of airports to the list. so far we only have around 60 airports over 10 million. I'm not sure we manage to get a complete list, but I guess a TOP 30 or 50 within weeks could be realistic.
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Old January 20th, 2011, 09:32 PM   #84
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Singapore (SIN) 42.04 m (+ 13.0 %)

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Old January 22nd, 2011, 12:29 AM   #85
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Boston (BOS) 27.43 m (+ 7.5 %)
Lisbon (LIS) 14.11 m (+ 6.4 %)
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Old January 22nd, 2011, 11:33 AM   #86
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Vladivostok International Airport (VVO) 1.263 m (+28%)
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Old January 23rd, 2011, 09:00 AM   #87
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Hong Kong International Airport
(Passenger) 50.9 million +10.3%
(Cargo) 4.1 million tonnes +23.4%







Hong Kong International Airport Enjoys Record-breaking Year in 2010


HONG KONG, 16 January 2011 – Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) announced it has set new annual records in each of its three traffic categories in 2010. During the year, passenger traffic grew to 50.9 million, a 10.3% increase over 2009; cargo increased 23.4% to 4.1 million tonnes; and air traffic movements rose 9.7% to 306,535.

Cross-boundary traffic by land and sea also set new annual records. Cross-boundary passenger trips via coach and limousine registered a yearly increase of 32.2% to 1.7 million, while the SkyPier ferry terminal handled 2.2 million passengers to and from the Pearl River Delta, up 23.8% year on year.

Stanley Hui Hon-chung, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA), said, "We are proud to have achieved a record-breaking year in 2010 on the back of the strong economic performance of the Mainland and Hong Kong following the financial tsunami in late 2008. This further reinforces HKIA's position as a leading international and regional aviation centre, and a preferred gateway to the Mainland.

"Thanks to the collective efforts of our business partners and their staff working at the airport, we were able to maintain high standards in both efficiency and service quality while serving the largest volumes of air passengers and cargo ever seen in Hong Kong," added Mr Hui.

The year 2010 also saw nine new airlines operating flights and routes to HKIA, the launch of new facilities and capacity enhancement. These included the official openings of the North Satellite Concourse and SkyPier, as well as increase in capacity to the baggage handling system.

In December, HKIA handled 4.4 million passengers and 362,000 tonnes of cargo, representing year-on-year growth of 6.4% and 10.1% respectively. During the same period, air traffic movements reached a monthly high of 27,725, up 14.5%.

Passenger growth in December was mainly driven by visitor traffic, which registered an 8% increase over the same month in 2009. Passenger traffic to and from South East Asia and the Mainland performed particularly well. During December both Hong Kong residents and transfer/ transit passengers grew by 5% year on year.

Meanwhile, a 21% surge in transshipments, an 8% increase in exports and a 7% rise in imports compared to December 2009 all contributed to the growth in cargo tonnage. North America and Europe were particularly strong, each registering double-digit year-on-year growth.

"HKIA has gone from strength to strength since its opening, and we are looking forward to leading the airport into its next phase of development," Mr Hui added. "Signs of continuing robust market demand lead us to anticipate further growth in 2011, which will likely be single-digit because of the high base achieved in 2010. At the same time, and in partnership with the entire airport community, we will ensure that our facilities and services are maintained at world-class levels in order to continue providing our passengers with an enjoyable travel experience at HKIA."

http://www.hongkongairport.com/pr_download/Dec2010e.pdf
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Old January 24th, 2011, 04:48 PM   #88
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Warsaw, Poland (WAW) - 8,71 million +4,7%
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Old January 25th, 2011, 02:00 AM   #89
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Old January 26th, 2011, 02:10 AM   #90
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2010

Buenos Aires-Ezeiza (EZE/SAEZ) - 8.786.807 -only international flights- (currently under construction to expand to 13m) +11,1%

Buenos Aires-Aeroparque (AEP/SABE) - 7.558.149 (only local and regional flights) +17,2%

Córdoba Airport (COR/SACO) - 1.385.464 +10,7%

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Old January 26th, 2011, 04:42 AM   #91
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Vladivostok International Airport (VVO) 1.263 m (+28%)
http://vvo.aero/
I would have thought there were alot more pax considering how isolated that city is.
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Old January 26th, 2011, 10:45 AM   #92
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Dubai airport handles 15% more passengers in 2010

December passenger numbers reached 4.2 million, an increase of 11.6 per cent compared to 3.8 million recorded during the same month in 2009.

Staff Report

January 26, 2011


The Dubai International Airport saw 2010 passenger traffic reaching an historic 47.2 million, up 15.3 per cent over 40.9 million in 2009 and 2.4 per cent more than the 46.1 million originally projected for the year.
According to the annual traffic report issued on Wednesday by Dubai Airports, December passenger numbers reached 4.2 million, an increase of 11.6 per cent compared to 3.8 million recorded during the same month in 2009. In terms of monthly traffic, the airport crossed the four million mark for the third consecutive month in December, and for the fourth time in 2010.
Dubai International also witnessed strong cargo traffic growth in 2010 following a surge in air freight volumes during the first three quarters of the year as the global economy recovered and companies worldwide cleared inventories.

Air freight traffic growth slowed to single-digit monthly increases during the latter part of the year including December when the facility handled 188,103 tonnes of freight in compared to 182,874 tonnes in the corresponding month in 2009, an increase of 2.9 per cent. Annual cargo traffic rose to 2.27 million tonnes, a robust 17.7 per cent rise over the 1.93 million tonnes recorded in 2009.
Even with the trend of moderate cargo traffic growth expected to continue globally in 2011, freight volumes are fast-approaching Dubai's 2.5-million tonnes of capacity and should elevate the importance of Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International in accommodating additional cargo traffic.
Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman of Dubai Airports, attributed Dubai International's continued success to Dubai's progressive aviation model.
"The key to our success has been our coordinated and supportive approach to aviation," said Shaikh Ahmad. "Dubai has a model, unlike Europe and elsewhere, that recognises aviation's strategic importance and promotes growth in the sector. It starts with an open skies policy, competitive rates and a tax-free environment that has attracted over 130 airlines to Dubai and extends to strategic investments in top-flight aviation infrastructure that promote high service standards and sustain rapid growth. This combined with our geocentric location, which can effectively connect any two major cities in the world, will drive further expansion and continued benefits to consumers across the globe."
Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, added: "It was a year in which we celebrated many milestones. We surpassed our growth projections, ushered in Dubai's status as a twin-airport city with the opening of Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International in June and celebrated Dubai International's 50th anniversary.
"The growth story continues in 2011 with passenger numbers expected to surge another 11 per cent to 52.2 million. As a result, we have plans to boost capacity on the ground and in the air to ensure we can accommodate the growth while improving service across the airport."

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Old January 26th, 2011, 11:09 AM   #93
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Springfield 100 million!

Just making fun of the trolls who post unsourced data, a total headache in SSC and similar forums.
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2010 -
January (464,056)
February (421,074)
March (461,032)
April (448,711)
May (414,110)
June (412,051)
July (479,890)
August (453,359)
September (477,611)
October (487,641)
November (466,556)
December (494,164)

Total Passengers = 5,479,255
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Old January 26th, 2011, 08:47 PM   #95
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thanks guys, I added some numbers to the list.

also, first US numbers (ignoring Miami and Boston, which were in the list already) are available now (see list on page 1)

Chicago O'Hare (ORD) 67.03 m (+ 3.8 %)
Los Angeles Int (LAX) 59.07 m (+ 4.5 %)
Houston George Bush Intercontinental (IAH) 40.48 m (+ 1.2 %)
Seattle (SEA) 31.55 m (+ 1.0 %)
Chicago Midway (MDW) 17.67 m (+ 3.4 %)
Portland (PDX) 13.2 m (+ 2.0 %)
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Old January 26th, 2011, 10:37 PM   #96
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Vienna International - VIE - 2010

Passengers total: 19.691.206 +8,7%
Transfer: 5.919.852 +8,6%

Movements: 246.146 +1,1 %

MTOW: 7.975.333 +9,9%

Cargo total: 295.989 +16,5%
Air-Cargo: 219.334 +18,1%
Trucking: 76.655 +12,3%
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Warsaw, Poland (WAW) - 8,71 million +4,7%
For a middle-income, relatively populous country like Poland, this is quite low figure
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Old January 27th, 2011, 11:30 AM   #98
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Ontario 4.81m -1.2%
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Jakarta 43.69m +19.8%
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Cairo 16.1m +12.2%
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Kuwait City 8.33m +1.8%
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Cape Town 8.11m +5.0%
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Gran Canaria 9.49m +3.6%
Alicante 9.38m +2.7%
Tenerife Sur 7.36m +3.5%
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This may help. Here's the airports that you're missing based on traffic from 2009 for the top 300


Over 50m
Tokyo HND

Over 40m
Dallas-FortWorth DFW
Denver DEN
New York JFK
Bangkok BKK

Over 30m
Phoenix PHX
San Francisco SFO
Charlotte CLT
Orlando MCO
Newark EWR
Munich MUC
Minneapolis MSP
Detroit DTW
Philadelphia PHL
Toronto YYZ

Over 20m
Kuala Lumpur KUL
Delhi DEL
Manila MNL
Washington DC IAD
New York LGA
Washington DC BWI
Salt Lake City SLC

Over 10m
Fort Lauderdale FLL
Honolulu HNL
Washington DC DCA
Milan MXP
Johannesburg JNB
Tampa TPA
Sapporo CTS
Doha DOH
Athens ATH
Vancouver YVR
Fukuoka FUK
Seoul GMP
Moscow SVO
Osaka ITM
Jeddah JED
Naha OKA
Auckland AKL
Jeju CJU
Osaka KIX
St Louis STL
Ho Chi Minh City SGN
Montreal YUL
Calgary YYC
Riyadh RUH
Tehran THR
Wuhan WUH
Prague PRG
Tel Aviv TLV
Qingdao TAO
Dalian DLC
Surabaya SUB
Cincinnati CVG

Under 10m (down to 3.4m top 300)Denpasar DPS
Memphis MEM
Chennai MAA
Kansas City MCI
Raleigh Durham RDU
Cleveland CLE
Oakland OAK
Sanya SYX
Nagoya NGO
Urumqi
Bahrain BAH
Santiago SCL
Nashville BNA
Stuttgart STR
Sacramento SMF
Caracas CCS
Haikou HAK
Santa Ana SNA
Zhengzhou CGO
Shenyang SHE
Milan LIN
Houston HOU
San Juan SJU
Austin AUS
Pittsburgh PIT
Lyon LYS
Milwaukee MKE
San Antonio SAT
Rio de Janerio SDU
New Orleans MSY
Dallas DAL
Moscow VKO
Salvador
Indianapolis IND
Sharm el Sheikh SSH
Fort Myers RSW
Tianjin
Belo Horizonte-Confins
Harbin
Busan PUS
Hanoi
Milan BGY
Kolkata CCU
Jinan
Adelaide
Hurghada HRG
Venice VCE
Porto Alegre
Hyderabad
Fuzhou
Sharjah
Toulouse TLS
Guiyang
Columbus CMH
West Palm Beach PBI
Recife
Catania CTA
Albuquerque ABQ
Phuket HKT
Curitiba
Lagos
Nanning
Bristol BRS
Jacksonville JAX
Heraklion HER
Wenzhou
Hartford BDL
Buffalo BUF
Guilin
Taiyuan
Monterrey MTY
Kahului OGG
Larnaca LCA
Wellington
Fortaleza
Faro FAO
Kagoshima
Campinas
Dhaka DAC
Damman
Beirut
Hannover HAJ
Liverpool LPL
Anchorage ANC
Mashhad MHD
Medan MES
Amman
Bologna BLQ
Rome CIA
East Midlands EMA
Quito UIO
Colombo CMB
Burbank BUR
Newcastle NCL
Muscat
Belfast BFS
Porto OPO
Bucharest OTP
Algiers
Palermo PMO
Providence PVD
Durban DUR
Mexico City TLC
Monastir
Tunis
Ottawa YOW
Omaha OMA
Fuerteventura FUE
Thessaloniki SKG
Tehran IKA
Pisa PSA
Ningbo
Nuremberg NUE
Nanchang
Tijuana TIJ
Changchun
Basel BSL
Frankfurt Hahn HHN
Reno RNO
Göteborg GOT
Tuscon TUS
Cochin
Halifax YHZ
Norfolk ORF
Oaklahoma City OKC
Winnipeg YWG
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