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Old January 18th, 2012, 11:20 PM   #61
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Paris has released for its 2 largest airports in 2011 :
61 millions for CDG
27 millions for ORLY

http://fr.reuters.com/article/frEuro...8CG42J20120116
To be fully accurate:
- Paris CDG : 60 970 551 (+4.8%)
- Paris ORY : 27 139 076 (+7.7%)

Official press release:
http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/R...2011Trafic.pdf
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Old January 19th, 2012, 05:42 AM   #62
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It's almost completely unreasonable to see international pax numbers for European airports and DXB, and the like. Dubai's domestic base is so small that by definition pretty much all its traffic is international. Europe is funny because within the Eurozone, customs for Euro members is non-existent yet those passengers are counted as international. I guess they like to suck and blow at the same time.
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Old January 19th, 2012, 10:08 AM   #63
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It's almost completely unreasonable to see international pax numbers for European airports and DXB, and the like. Dubai's domestic base is so small that by definition pretty much all its traffic is international. Europe is funny because within the Eurozone, customs for Euro members is non-existent yet those passengers are counted as international. I guess they like to suck and blow at the same time.
Even Hong Kong is questionable with pax coming from mainland China being considered international.
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Old January 19th, 2012, 10:50 AM   #64
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It's almost completely unreasonable to see international pax numbers for European airports and DXB, and the like. Dubai's domestic base is so small that by definition pretty much all its traffic is international. Europe is funny because within the Eurozone, customs for Euro members is non-existent yet those passengers are
counted as international. I guess they like to suck and blow at the same time.


Very smart thought ! True that if EU passengers were not considered international, NYC's airports would be closer to Paris, London and Amsterdam numbers when it comes to international pax

Talking abt Amsterdam, it cumulates the 2 specificities that you mention : small domestic base and Eurozone !
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Old January 19th, 2012, 04:14 PM   #65
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For both CDG and ORY airports (88,1 millions), i've got :
Domestic : 18,9% ≈ 16,6 millions
Europe (I don't know if it's EU or not) : 42,2% ≈ 37,2 millions
Rest of the world : 38,8% ≈ 34,2 millions
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Old January 19th, 2012, 04:54 PM   #66
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Even Hong Kong is questionable with pax coming from mainland China being considered international.
Exactly! Looks nice to pad numbers for ranking purposes...
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Old January 20th, 2012, 01:00 AM   #67
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Vienna (VIE): 21.106.292 (+7,2%)
http://www.viennaairport.com/jart/pr...=1326917801340

Salzburg (SZG): 1.700.983 (+4,6%)
http://www.salzburg-airport.com/de/u...-anrainer-336/

Graz (GRZ): 976.543 (-1,37%)
http://www.flughafen-graz.at/home/pr...is-2011.de.php

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Old January 20th, 2012, 04:29 PM   #68
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Some South African airports....

Johannesburg (JNB) 18 922 346 +3.0%
Cape Town (CPT) 8 436 592 +4.1%
Durban (DUR) 5 038 231 +6.0%
Port Elizabeth 1 368 334 -2.8%
East London (ELS) 681 741 +1.5%
George (GRJ) 565 291 +7.3%
Bloemfontein (BFN) 437 996 +8.5%
Nelspruit/Kruger Park (MQP) 263 222 +10.0%

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Old January 20th, 2012, 08:33 PM   #69
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Even Hong Kong is questionable with pax coming from mainland China being considered international.
The difference between HK and EU states is that mainland Chinese passengers have to pass through immigration when entering HK just like any other international passengers.
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Old January 20th, 2012, 08:42 PM   #70
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The difference between HK and EU states is that mainland Chinese passengers have to pass through immigration when entering HK just like any other international passengers.
Seems odd for them to have to do that. Last I checked, Hong Kong was part of China now. Might as well have passengers from Quebec clear customs at other Canadian airports
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Old January 21st, 2012, 01:08 AM   #71
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Rome - Fiumicino : 37.693.465 +3,7%

Milan - Malpensa : 19.087.096 +2%

Milan - Linate : 9.061.749 +9,2%

Milan - Orio al Serio : 8.419.948 +9,7%

Bologna : 5.885.884 +6,8%

Rome - Ciampino : 4.787.011 +4,7%

Pisa : 4.526.723 +11,3%
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Old January 22nd, 2012, 10:32 AM   #72
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Berlin (TXL + SXF combined): 24.033.456 (+7.7%)

New BER airport to open in June! Starting capacity of 27-30m PAX. Shouldn't take long to reach that and to commence building of a new satellite terminal. BER is slated for above average growth with Lufthansa, airberlin and Easyjet all planning huge increases in destinations and seats from June onwards.

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Old January 22nd, 2012, 11:49 AM   #73
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Seems odd for them to have to do that. Last I checked, Hong Kong was part of China now. Might as well have passengers from Quebec clear customs at other Canadian airports
Hong Kong is a special administrative region of China, not a province or municipality of the PRC. Along with Macau they are legislatively, judicially, and financially independent from the rest of China. PRC residents will have to apply for visa (HK Macau pass) to visit these two SARs.
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Old January 23rd, 2012, 09:42 AM   #74
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DOHA AIRPORT 2011 is 18.1m increase of 15% over 2010.

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Old January 23rd, 2012, 02:17 PM   #75
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For Europe's 2011:

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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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Old January 24th, 2012, 11:02 AM   #76
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Hi, I would like to report Changi International Airport's passenger number for the year 2011. There are about 46.5 million passengers, which is a 3.33% increase from 2010. Here are the sources.

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Changi Airport sees record passenger traffic in 2011
By S Ramesh | Posted: 20 January 2012 1218 hrs


SINGAPORE: Singapore's Changi Airport registered strong performance in December to set new records for passenger traffic and aircraft movements in 2011.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2011, Changi Airport reported that its annual passenger traffic crossed the 45-million mark for first time last year.

There were 46.5 million passenger movements and 302,000 aircraft movements.

December 2011 was Changi Airport's busiest month ever, with 4.53 million passenger movements.

Airfreight movements recovered to 2008 levels with 1.87 million tonnes of cargo handled, up nearly 3 per cent from 2010.

In 2011, the low cost carriers (LCCs) carried close to 26 per cent more passengers while passenger movements on full service airlines grew 6 per cent.

As for flight movements, LCCs accounted for nearly 30 per cent of all flights at Changi.

One in four passengers passing through Changi currently travels on an LCC, compared with about one in five in 2010.

As at January 1, 2012, Changi Airport handles more than 6,300 scheduled flights each week, an increase of some 17 per cent from a year ago.

More than 100 airlines now connect Singapore to 210 cities in 60 countries globally.

Changi Airport Group said the outlook for 2012 remains hazy, with the aviation industry expected to face volatile conditions. Demand for travel may moderate as a result of more subdued consumer confidence.

Changi Airport Group said it will continue to work with its stakeholders to face these challenges and capture opportunities to grow together.

Its chief executive officer, Mr Lee Seow Hiang, described 2011 as an eventful year.

He said that despite continuing economic uncertainty and environmental factors, the airport continued to develop the air hub and delivered another set of strong operating results.

He attributed this to the resilient support of its airline partners and passengers from around the world, and the dedication of all who work at Changi.

Mr Lee said: "Besides focusing on Changi Airport's connectivity to the world, we remain committed to refreshing our in-airport service offerings so that our customers continue to enjoy the first class Changi experience they have come to expect.

"To that end, passengers can look forward to a brand new-looking Terminal 1 when upgrading works are completed later this year."

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source: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...177977/1/.html

Here is the source from the official Changi Airport site.

http://www.changiairportgroup.com/ca...tatistics.html
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Old January 24th, 2012, 01:52 PM   #77
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http://www.dubaiairport.com/EN/MEDIA...ses.aspx?id=69

Dubai, UAE – January 24, 2012 – Dubai International registered another record year for passenger traffic with the airport’s 2011 passenger numbers reaching an historic 50.98 million, up 8 per cent over the 47.2 million passengers who passed through the facility in 2010.
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Old January 25th, 2012, 01:22 PM   #78
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HKIA Reports Strong Traffic Figures for December, Ends 2011 with New Records for Passenger Trips and Aircraft Movements

(HONG KONG, 25 January 2012) – In December 2011, Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) set a new monthly record for air traffic with 29,275 aircraft movements, exceeding the previous record of 28,951 in August 2011 and representing 5.5% year-on-year growth. During the month, passenger traffic increased 7.5% to 4.8 million, while cargo throughput saw a relatively smaller decline of 4.3% to 346,000 tonnes from a year earlier.

The rise in passenger traffic in December was mainly driven by visitor traffic, which registered 8% growth over the same month in 2010. Passenger traffic to and from the Mainland and South East Asia performed particularly well.

The cargo decline in December was mainly attributed to the 7% year-on-year drop in exports. Imports decreased by 5% while transshipments registered 3% growth compared to the same month in 2010. Europe and North America experienced double-digit year-on-year declines in overall cargo traffic as a result of the continued weak economic conditions in these two major markets.

For the year 2011, HKIA welcomed 53.9 million passengers and handled 333,760 aircraft movements, representing growth of 5.9% and 8.9% respectively as compared to 2010. Annual cargo performance decreased 4.6% to 3.9 million tonnes. Both passenger trips and aircraft movements set new records.

Stanley Hui Hon-chung, Chief Executive Officer of Airport Authority Hong Kong, said, "It was a challenging yet exciting year overall for HKIA in 2011, in terms of operational excellence as well as growth and development. This year, we received 10 Best Airport awards. Our commitment to quality service continues to be widely recognised by travellers and the industry. I would like to thank our business partners and their staff for providing passengers and other users with the pleasant airport experience at HKIA."

We have also taken an important step toward securing HKIA's long-term prospects by completing the three-month public consultation on HKIA Master Plan 2030 (MP2030) and making recommendations to the Government to first, approve for planning purposes, adopting option 2 of the MP2030 i.e. a three-runway system at HKIA and second, to proceed to the next stage of Environmental Impact Assessment work and preparation of its associated design details.

In view of the further integration of economies of Hong Kong with the Mainland and in particular, the Pearl River Delta, Mr Hui said HKIA would continue with its efforts to enhance multi-modal connections with the Pearl River Delta. Cross-boundary passenger trips via limousines/ coaches and the SkyPier ferry services registered yearly growth of 11% and 7%, to 1.9 million and 2.4 million, respectively.

The year 2011 saw 13 new airlines start operations at HKIA, bringing the total number of airlines serving in Hong Kong to over 100. Multiple expansion and improvement projects are underway to maintain and improve service. HKIA has started a HK$500 million rejuvenation programme to upgrade a range of utilities, and in December 2011 the airport broke ground on the HK$9 billion Midfield project to meet growth demand for the medium term.

"Looking ahead, passenger volume and aircraft movements will likely continue their growth trend, though at a slower pace. Cargo tonnage may decline further due to the slowdown in global trade but the pace of decline will likely be less than what we have seen in 2011. Notwithstanding worldwide economic uncertainty in the near term, we are confident about the medium- and long-term growth prospects of HKIA. We will continue to enhance services at HKIA and strengthen Hong Kong's competitiveness as a leading international and regional aviation centre," Mr Hui added.


Statistics Summary:

Passengers : 53,909,000 5.9%
Cargo Handled (Tonnes) : 3,939,000 -4.6%
Flight Movements : 333,760 8.9%




http://www.hongkongairport.com/eng/m...s/pr_1055.html
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Old January 25th, 2012, 05:40 PM   #79
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I believe KUL handled 37.7M passengers last year. Read it in the news somewhere.
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Old January 26th, 2012, 04:18 PM   #80
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Seems odd for them to have to do that. Last I checked, Hong Kong was part of China now. Might as well have passengers from Quebec clear customs at other Canadian airports
Hong Kong runs its own immigration system and all visitors from China must have proper visas. Likewise, Hong Kongers must have a special permit card and go through immigration like any other foreign visitor, although we can use the Chinese nationals queues.

In fact, it is easier for an American or someone from Western Europe to enter Hong Kong than a mainland Chinese. Mainland Chinese are required to go through formal international immigration procedures to enter Hong Kong, and vice versa.
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