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Old May 9th, 2017, 11:25 AM   #2021
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1º US
China
3º EAU
4º US
5º Japan
6º US
7º UK
China
China
10º France

I count three. Haneda is in Japan
The list the person talk about is the newest one for FEB 2017.

1. Peking
2. Atlanta
3. Dubai
4. Tokyo
5. Los Angeles
6. Hong Kong
7. Shanghai
8. London
9 Bangkok
10. Guangzhou

With all the new low cost traffic in Asia and the lack of regional airports I would expect the top 50 to be mostly Asian airports in the future, India alone will probably add another 5-10 airports to the top 50, especially considering their railways are useless for long distance traveling.
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Old May 10th, 2017, 08:46 PM   #2022
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Hello everybody,

I am looking for airport statistics to update a game I am helpin gout with (AirlineMogul.com). Now, many western countries have readily available airport statistics, but I have had a lot of trouble finding data for airports in most of the world. How do you find your airport statistics? I have made a (long) list of countries with outdated data here.

Maybe a bit more relevant to ask here: Does anybody know of a list of US airport passenger data? As far as I can see you have to click through each airport individually to get the statistical data, and that is a lot of work for 855 airports in the game (plus whichever new airports have opened).

Any help would be welcome!
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Old May 10th, 2017, 10:53 PM   #2023
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For Germany, you have adv.aero
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Old May 12th, 2017, 05:19 PM   #2024
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Spanish AENA airports have their April's statistics released since these morning (these include all the important spanish airports):

http://www.aena.es/csee/ccurl/763/18...Abril_2017.pdf

MAD: +14% and BCN: +13,6% are just an example about how great the statistics have been.

Every single airport with more than 1M pax has an increased of 12% or more (except Sevilla, SVQ, only +7,6% but because the main festival of this city was held in April last year, while this year has been celebrated in May)

4 medium-size or big airports (between 6M and 27M pax per year) had increasements over 20%.

The medium and right columns of the link show the number of operations and "ware?" transported.
The second page shows the data from january to april.
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Old May 15th, 2017, 07:22 PM   #2025
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Paris airports April 2017

CDG Apr 17 5 963 306 +7.8% Jan 17-Apr 17 20 863 193 +5.3%
ORY Apr 17 2 856 406 +5.8% Jan 17-Apr 17 9 938 909 +6.4%

http://www.parisaeroport.fr/docs/def...7.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Old May 15th, 2017, 09:36 PM   #2026
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Dublin up 12% with 8.4m pax up to April, there's a really noticeable slowdown in UK figures almost certainly due to brexit though European figures are still strong. Trans-Atlantic and transfers continue massive growth due to Aer Lingus joining IAG with DUB now the 5th biggest Transatlantic hub in Europe.

https://www.dublinairport.com/latest...dublin-airport
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Old May 16th, 2017, 01:22 AM   #2027
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Dublin up 12% with 8.4m pax up to April, there's a really noticeable slowdown in UK figures almost certainly due to brexit though European figures are still strong. Trans-Atlantic and transfers continue massive growth due to Aer Lingus joining IAG with DUB now the 5th biggest Transatlantic hub in Europe.

https://www.dublinairport.com/latest...dublin-airport

I'm not sure where you've got your figures from as the U.K's airports numbers are record breaking.


Manchester Airport is up 17% and is reported to be the second fastest-growing large airport in Europe. Officially the 4th busiest non capital airport in Europe by passengers. In 2016 overtaken capital cities including Stockholm and now busier than other capital cities including Vienna, Lisbon & Athens. With the £1 billion pound expansion and if both the airport and city continues at the current major growth, it won't be long until it over takes Dublin.


Birmingham Airport is up 24% and is now the U.K's fastest growing airport by rapid growth.


Other major U.K airports on the up:


Luton up 16%
Gatwick up 15%
Heathrow up 11%
Stanstead up 11%
Bristol up 11%


These figures are based on April 2017 towards April 2016.


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I decided to take a read of the article you posted. I now assume you where meaning a slow down from flights leaving Ireland to the U.K, Not the U.K's actual airports. My apologies, U.K stats posted for everyone above anyway
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Old May 16th, 2017, 07:15 AM   #2028
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I decided to take a read of the article you posted. I now assume you where meaning a slow down from flights leaving Ireland to the U.K, Not the U.K's actual airports. My apologies, U.K stats posted for everyone above anyway
No worries, yes I was referring to UK traffic through Dublin where growth has markedly slowed down in recent months, there've been a couple of months this year where there's been close to zero growth. Still slightly odd when UK traffic itself is showing such strong growth
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Old May 16th, 2017, 04:27 PM   #2029
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Dublin up 12% with 8.4m pax up to April,
Dub is up half that on the YTD measure, around 6.5%. A spike in April co incided with Easter is all.

It has slowed down hugely while the Spanish catchup boom is still rocking on.

UK IRELAND traffic likely to go YOY negative from now...IMO.
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Old May 16th, 2017, 05:59 PM   #2030
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Hi guys,

major European airports has released their statistics so we can have a closer look at the numbers:

all of the top 5 airports grew, and they grew quite fast, mostly thanks to timing of Easter holiday
more interestingly LHR and FRA experienced highest growth since Dec-11, CDG since Sep-15 and AMS since Feb-16. IST grew after 11 months of traffic decline.

With the maintained growth AMS would be 2nd busiest airport in Europe by end of the year



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Old May 16th, 2017, 06:31 PM   #2031
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Easter fell during March in 2016 Bubbalo, you need to run Jan-April 2016 vs 2017 to smooth out the stats and also cover the extra day in Feb 2016

April 16 vs April 17 is meaningless.
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Old May 16th, 2017, 06:38 PM   #2032
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Easter fell during March in 2016 Bubbalo, you need to run Jan-April 2016 vs 2017 to smooth out the stats and also cover the extra day in Feb 2016

April 16 vs April 17 is meaningless.
Why would it be meaningless? It clearly shows how much holidays can affect air traffic. I understand your concern but on the other hand how do you want to compare month-on-month traffic on airports affected for example with Ramadan, Chinese New year or other "moving holiday"? I have mentioned the growth was caused by timing of the Easter holiday so there is no confusion where the growth came from.

I will add YTD data later
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Old May 16th, 2017, 07:02 PM   #2033
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Istanbul is down 4% Jan -April 2017 vs 2016. (Source) for total and domestic and international classes. Right across the board. Unusually IST was snowbound in January .....but not for 5 days or 4% of days in the period which = 120 precisely. Adjusted for that one off disruption it is down perhaps 2.5%-3% in structural terms.

Schiphol + 9.4% (Source)

Paris Airports + 5.6% Jan - April (Source)

of which

Orly +6.4%
Paris CDG +5.3%

and Beauvais is not included in those stats.

However seasonality ....the annual reliance on a hefty July and August season....is different in Schiphol and in CDG and while I expect a yuuuuge July - August from CDG I expect a better September - December from Schiphol by way of countervailing this.


YTD Jan - Apr
CDG 20,863,193
AMS 19,922,976

Less than a million and that may be even by end June. But I expect solid numbers in CDG in July and August all the same.

Heathrow which suffered less snow/storm related disruption (if anything) in early 2017 than it did in early 2016 is up from 22.835m to 23.893m or 1.058m which is 4.6% up over 2016. (source)

Spanish airports are exhibiting the exact same catchup boom that DUB did some time back. As the Spanish economy closely mirrored the Irish economy, albeit at a lag, during the financial crisis I expect the Spanish Catchup Boom to last until March 2018 before it starts to finally tail off.

They are in for a spanking summer season and growth will remain elevated all winter in Spin. Once the summer schedules come in in 2018 I expect sub 10% growth to become the norm. This means that BAR and MAD will probably be vying with AMS for European Major Airport growth top dog in 2017. I'll punt in a forecast on top performing major airports in Europe some time in August for you guys.

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Old May 17th, 2017, 08:30 AM   #2034
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Schiphol + 5.3% (Source)


Hi Spongebob. AMS is up 9,4% iso 5,3%. You have taken the rise in aircraft movements iso pax.
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Old May 21st, 2017, 02:53 PM   #2035
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Spanish airports are exhibiting the exact same catchup boom that DUB did some time back. As the Spanish economy closely mirrored the Irish economy, albeit at a lag, during the financial crisis I expect the Spanish Catchup Boom to last until March 2018 before it starts to finally tail off.

They are in for a spanking summer season and growth will remain elevated all winter in Spin. Once the summer schedules come in in 2018 I expect sub 10% growth to become the norm. This means that BAR and MAD will probably be vying with AMS for European Major Airport growth top dog in 2017. I'll punt in a forecast on top performing major airports in Europe some time in August for you guys.
Spain is heavily dependent on what will happen in competing tourism markets. Right now it has millions of tourist on loan from Tunisia, Greece, Turkey and Egypt. I don't think domestic travelers will be able to make up for that shortfall when it eventually happen.
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Old May 25th, 2017, 03:29 PM   #2036
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Busiest International Routes in and out Brazil - JAN-APR 2017

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20 aeroportos do exterior com maior movimento de passageiros De/Para Brasil - Acumulado Janeiro-Abril de 2017
  1. Buenos Aires (EZE): 734.699
  2. Buenos Aires (AEP): 567.533
  3. Santiago: 553.974
  4. Lisboa: 475.044
  5. Miami: 469.727
  6. Panama: 329.811
  7. Madrid: 276.135
  8. Paris: 259.323
  9. Montevideu: 248.751
  10. Lima: 246.956
  11. Frankfurt: 242.158
  12. Bogotá: 230.247
  13. New York: 216.592
  14. Orlando: 194.977
  15. Londres: 162.341
  16. Dubai International: 153.931
  17. Assunção: 132.115
  18. Amsterdam: 131.211
  19. Atlanta/INTL: 110.773
  20. Roma: 106.849
  21. México: 101.051
Fonte: ANAC
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Old May 29th, 2017, 12:32 AM   #2037
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Old June 7th, 2017, 01:44 AM   #2038
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Been awhile, but with regards to Los Angeles LAX reported their April figures!

http://www.lawa.org/LAXStatistics.aspx

LAX reported for April 2017: 6,874,237 passengers, a YOY("year over year") increase of 9.01%. Domestic passenger totals rose 6.28% YOY to 4,870,135 and international passenger totals rose 16.27% to 2,004,102. 2017 as of now is tracking to have 5.69% increase over 2016 and if that holds LAX will finish 2017 with a total of 85,525,961.
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Old June 7th, 2017, 02:43 AM   #2039
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Been awhile, but with regards to Los Angeles LAX reported their April figures!

http://www.lawa.org/LAXStatistics.aspx

LAX reported for April 2017: 6,874,237 passengers, a YOY("year over year") increase of 9.01%. Domestic passenger totals rose 6.28% YOY to 4,870,135 and international passenger totals rose 16.27% to 2,004,102. 2017 as of now is tracking to have 5.69% increase over 2016 and if that holds LAX will finish 2017 with a total of 85,525,961.
LAX will surely move into 3rd spot in north America for international traffic behind JFK and Pearson. Good domestic numbers too.
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Toronto Pearson, April data

Domestic 1,312,583 (+6.4%)
International 2,482,314 (+15.3%)
Total 3,794,897 (+12.1%)

Year to date 14,447,708 (+8.7%)


https://www.torontopearson.com/en/gtaa/statistics/#
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