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Old July 30th, 2017, 02:11 PM   #2101
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"Only" 67,000km^2 has an area which covers London, Paris, Amsterdam and Bruxelles, and there are more than 350,000,000 pax.
With 134,000^2 we can include Frankfurt, and in there it is overpasses the 420,000,000 pax. And I didn't include minor airports.
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Old July 31st, 2017, 06:28 AM   #2102
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Actualizo: Santiago
Pendientes: Colombia, Argentina, Sao Paulo-GRU.

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De resaltar en el semestre con base en las proyecciones para el total del año la mayor estabilidad de Brasil, con ligeras alzas. Brasilia sobresale por continuar con una alta pérdida y México sigue con sólido crecimiento.
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Enero - Junio 2017
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Code:
Pos  Aerop    Tráfico    Var #   % Anual
 1   MEX   21,638,854        11.02%
 2   GRU   15,092,000*       -1.39%
 3   BOG   12,711,537*        4.05%
 4   CUN   12,087,091        12.12%
 5   CGH   10,483,589         0.72%°
 6   SCL   10,219,126    1    6.61%
 7   LIM   10,008,491    1    3.57%°
 8   BSB    8,023,905       -12.20%
 9   GIG    7,800,754         2.38%
10   PTY    7,546,313         2.38%
11   AEP    5,444,737*       12.27%°
12   GDL    6,033,400        14.89%
13   EZE    4,190,749         2.08%°
14   CNF    4,823,577         4.91%
15   SJU    4,720,551    3    4.47%°
16   VCP    4,702,685    1    3.61%
17   MTY    4,553,768    1    8.99%
18   SDU    4,437,327    1   -2.11%°
19   PUJ    3,910,152    3   13.42%°
20   MDE    3,216,043*   1    0.44%
21   POA    3,764,375    1   -1.28%°
22   SSA    3,714,855    1   -1.57%°
23   REC    3,501,634         2.81%°

° Variación anual proyectada según datos del año en curso.
* Datos a mayo de 2017.
Code:
                      Variaciones
 3	SJU	PUJ
 1	SCL 
 =	MEX	GRU	BOG	CUN	CGH	BSB	GIG	PTY	5+
-1	LIM	VCP	MTY	SDU	MDE	POA	SSA
Anotaciones:
Sin duda este año es de consolidación y el gran cambio lo está aportando México con su crecimiento sostenido en el tráfico. Además de los destinos caribeños de Punta Cana y Cartagena, resaltando también Santiago y Buenos Aires. Se registran algunas correcciones, mayormente en Brasil.

Seguimiento:
Pendientes Colombia, Argentina y Sao Paulo (GRU).

Fuente: http://tinyurl.com/aerolatam17


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Old July 31st, 2017, 03:13 PM   #2103
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I continue to be baffled by the low passenger numbers in Argentina. Even put together AEP and EZE do not exceed 10 million passengers during the first 6 months of the year, despite the fact that Buenos Aires is the second largest metropolitan area in South America and distances in the country aren't exactly short.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 04:43 AM   #2104
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Seeing how China has 4 times more passengers compared to India even though the population is similar, I wonder why the Indians keep sticking their heads in their ases refusing to build new airports with plenty of land for expansion outside of the urban areas? There must be bureaucracy beyond belief in India, I can not find any other explanation.

Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Goa and Pune are 7 of their top 10 airports and none of them can be expanded, still they keep investing in these airports that are dead ends as far as future growth is concerned. Compare to China where they build new airports with enough space so they can add huge expansions with little effort. Like in Shanghai, Guangzhou or the new airport in Beijing.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 05:45 AM   #2105
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Seeing how China has 4 times more passengers compared to India even though the population is similar, I wonder why the Indians keep sticking their heads in their ases refusing to build new airports with plenty of land for expansion outside of the urban areas? There must be bureaucracy beyond belief in India, I can not find any other explanation.

Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Goa and Pune are 7 of their top 10 airports and none of them can be expanded, still they keep investing in these airports that are dead ends as far as future growth is concerned. Compare to China where they build new airports with enough space so they can add huge expansions with little effort. Like in Shanghai, Guangzhou or the new airport in Beijing.
India is much poorer than China. Like more than twice as poor.
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Old August 3rd, 2017, 11:52 AM   #2106
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India is much poorer than China. Like more than twice as poor.
Yeah, yeah.. poorer, capacity constraints , all true

But the fact remains that, India's domestic passenger numbers have been growing in double digit % for the past 36 consecutive months.. And international traffic has been expanding in high single digits for a number of years consistently

It has just surpassed UK to be the 4th largest aviation market behind US, China and Japan (per May and June 2017 numbers)

So it is an exciting place for aviation right now!
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Old August 4th, 2017, 06:22 PM   #2107
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India is much poorer than China. Like more than twice as poor.
It's more than just poverty, there seems to be a genuine lack of forward thinking capacity combined with unbelivable corruption and bureaucracy. For example, the new airport planned in Mumbai is to small already on the drawing board, and there is no future growth planning what so ever, in fact they don't even reserve space for future expansion.

The same day the airport opens in 2021 or 2022 it will hit its limit for hourly operations during peak hours.

Not all Indian cities suffer from this, Bangalore did it the right way when they built their new airport, why can't other Indian cities do the same thing?
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Old August 5th, 2017, 01:06 AM   #2108
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Old August 5th, 2017, 10:36 AM   #2109
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Hi guys,

sorry for being late, I was enjoying my vacation. It was only yesterday when I completed May statistics, seems SFO is now the last airport releasing data.

Anyway May figures below:

Overall May was positive month, most of the airports show positive growth, with 4 exceptions.
With almost no surprise DEL and BOM grew in double digits and established new monthly record.
The highest growth was performed by SVO, currently sitting on 56 position having 2.5 million passenger gap to 50th position.








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Old August 5th, 2017, 11:52 AM   #2110
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Old August 6th, 2017, 10:54 AM   #2111
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The highest growth was performed by SVO, currently sitting on 56 position having 2.5 million passenger gap to 50th position.
The 3 Moscow airports continued their growth in June:

SVO 3.614 million +19%
DME 2.994 million +8%
VKO 1.846 million +36%

first half year of 2017
SVO 17.949 million +17.7%
DME 13.87 million +10.1%
VKO 7.862 million +39.5%
http://www.rusaviainsider.com/intern...scow-airports/

SVO will almost reach 40 million this year
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Old August 6th, 2017, 01:19 PM   #2112
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The 3 Moscow airports continued their growth in June:

SVO 3.614 million +19%
DME 2.994 million +8%
VKO 1.846 million +36%

first half year of 2017
SVO 17.949 million +17.7%
DME 13.87 million +10.1%
VKO 7.862 million +39.5%
http://www.rusaviainsider.com/intern...scow-airports/

SVO will almost reach 40 million this year
ZIA 0.142 million in first half year of 2017 - 4th airport in Moscow.
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Old August 8th, 2017, 01:44 PM   #2113
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It's more than just poverty, there seems to be a genuine lack of forward thinking capacity combined with unbelivable corruption and bureaucracy. For example, the new airport planned in Mumbai is to small already on the drawing board, and there is no future growth planning what so ever, in fact they don't even reserve space for future expansion.

The same day the airport opens in 2021 or 2022 it will hit its limit for hourly operations during peak hours.

Not all Indian cities suffer from this, Bangalore did it the right way when they built their new airport, why can't other Indian cities do the same thing?


Strange indeed. India should really reserve some space for the far future. Compare this to Indonesia (okay, that one is twice as rich): Medan Kuala Namu has some space reserved for a second runway, they have 9 million pax/year, so they can grow to twice the amount without even thinking about the second runway. Then there is a lot of space for terminal expansions. And when a second runway is built, 60M could be the possibility, likely only to be reached in a very, very distant future.


Same for Juanda, Surabaya: not the current airport, the expansion plans I mean. The two extra runways in the sea. Together with the old one and new terminals, 100M is possible within the space reservation. Something Jakarta and Denpasar have yet to learn about (but at least both AP's show that expansion is a long-term affair).
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Old August 10th, 2017, 09:06 PM   #2114
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Paris airports July 2017

CDG
6 863 236 +5.4%
YTD 39 795 361 +5.3%

ORY
3 162 222 +1.9%
YTD 18 723 661 +4.1%

Total Paris
10 025 458 +4.3%
YTD 58 519 022 +4.9%

http://www.parisaeroport.fr/docs/def...7.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Old August 11th, 2017, 08:03 AM   #2115
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Sorry this is so late! But LAX reported their June figures (bubbalo already took care of May ):

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

LAX reported for June 2017: 7,726,854 passengers, a YOY("year over year") increase of 3.04%. Lowest growth of the year I believe, and it almost entirely came from International traffic: Domestic passenger totals basically stayed flat with an increase of 0.80% YOY to 5,456,430 and International passenger totals rose 8.84% to 2,270,424. 2017 as of now is tracking to have 5.19% increase over 2016 (a slight drop from last April's pace) and if that holds LAX will finish 2017 with a total of ~85,121,354.
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Old August 11th, 2017, 07:10 PM   #2116
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Paris airports July 2017

CDG
6 863 236 +5.4%
YTD 39 795 361 +5.3%

ORY
3 162 222 +1.9%
YTD 18 723 661 +4.1%

Total Paris
10 025 458 +4.3%
YTD 58 519 022 +4.9%

http://www.parisaeroport.fr/docs/def...7.pdf?sfvrsn=2
As in the PDF document there are also some Turkish airports included. Last years July figures were affected by the Turkish coup d'etat attempt on the night to the 15th. That's why there are higher growth rates from July onwards.
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Old August 11th, 2017, 07:33 PM   #2117
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SVO July 2017 4 220 000 +22.9%
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Old August 13th, 2017, 05:56 AM   #2118
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Toronto Pearson, June data

Domestic 1,603,070 (+4.5%)
International 2,512,574 (+8.1%)
Total 4,115,644 (+6.6%)

Year to date 22,391,641 (+7.5%)


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Old August 14th, 2017, 07:13 PM   #2119
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Germany (page 10 & 12)
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Old August 15th, 2017, 01:02 AM   #2120
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Mexico City has released its figures for July. As expected, growth has slowed down due to lower Domestic traffic from some secondary and key. On the other hand, International traffic keeps growing:

JULY 2017
DOMESTIC PAX: 2,638,665 (+0.4%)
INTERNATIONAL PAX: 1,572,666 (+11.8%)
TOTAL PAX : 4,211,331 (+4.4%)

LAST 12 MONTHS
DOMESTIC PAX: 29,026,387
INTERNATIONAL PAX: 15,007,229
TOTAL PAX : 44,033,616


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