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Old August 15th, 2017, 11:23 AM   #2121
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"Three million passengers use Manchester Airport"

"More than three million passengers travelled through Manchester Airport in July, it has been revealed.

July marked the start of the summer holidays and the beginning of work on the airport's £1bn transformation programme. It means that the airport's annual rolling total has risen to 27.2 million passengers, a year-on-year rise of 12 per cent.

Meanwhile, the airport welcomed a 6 per cent increase in aircraft movements during the month, with more than 20,000 take-offs and landings. Cargo volumes also rose with 12,059 tonnes carried, up by 21 per cent.

Collette Roche, interim managing director of Manchester Airport, said: "As we enter the peak summer season I'd like to thank passengers for their continued commitment to Manchester Airport. We are matching this commitment through investment to make the airport better for passengers, airlines and the entire region.

"We hope that the start of the £1bn works help build excitement among all of our passengers about the future of Manchester Airport, with the vast majority of the improvements being delivered as early as 2019."

https://www.insidermedia.com/insider...hester-airport
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Old August 15th, 2017, 05:40 PM   #2122
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AMS:
July 2017: 6.739.110 (+5,6%);
Year to date (jan-jul): 39.031.720 (+8,2%).
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Old August 16th, 2017, 03:28 PM   #2123
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AMS and DUB have both gone right off the boil from last year when they were the top performing Major Airport pair in Europe.

DUB July 3.12m +5.6% on 2016 and up to 28.9m pax Rolling Year from August 2016
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Old August 17th, 2017, 06:15 AM   #2124
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Former USSR-aligned countries

Top 10 busiest airports 2016

1. Prague, Czech Republic--> 13,074,517
2. Warsaw, Poland--> 12,835,560
3. Berlin, Germany (Schonefeld)-->11,652,922
4. Budapest, Hungary--> 11,441,999
5. Bucharest, Romania--> 10,982,967
6. Krakow, Poland--> 4,983,645
7. Sofia, Bulgaria--> 4,980,387
8. Gdansk, Poland-->4,010,864
9. Katowice, Poland--> 3,221,261
10. Burgas, Bulgaria--> 2,878,883

I think Warsaw (Chopin airport) might take the lead in 2017.
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Old August 17th, 2017, 07:48 PM   #2125
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http://www.aena.es/csee/ccurl/879/84...julio_2017.pdf

I think it is the first time MAD and BCN surpassed 5 million and PMI first time ever above 4 million?
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Old August 18th, 2017, 11:07 PM   #2126
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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!
Check out the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport Expansion Plan.

Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport:

Terminal 1: 2010 expansion of the construction area of 148,000 square meters, with the original 353,000 square meters of construction area, with a total construction area of 501,000 square meters.

Terminal 2: total construction area of 658,700 square meters ( Expected to put into use in February 2018)

Terminal 3: 420,000 square meters (Construction started in 2018, Expected to put into use in 2022)
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2017: T1 total construction area = 501,000 square meters( 3 runways in operation)

(2018: T1 + T2 total construction area = 1.159 million square meters, 3 runways in operation)

(2022: T1 + T2 + T3 total construction area=about 1.6 million square meters, 5 runways in operation)
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Old August 19th, 2017, 12:09 AM   #2127
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M.I.A. plc releases traffic results for July 2017


Summer is in full swing at Malta International Airport, with the number of travellers passing through the terminal in July increasing by more than 90,000 passenger movements. This translates into an upturn of 15.5% over the same month last year. July's 675,111 passenger movements exceeded the airport's previous passenger traffic record, held by August 2016, by 12%.

As noted also in previous months, July's thriving numbers resulted from an increase in aircraft movements. These grew by 13.6% to reach an all-time record of 4,562 take-offs and landings by the end of July. In parallel with this growth, seat capacity registered an increase of 16.5%. Despite a slight drop of 1.3%, last month's seat load factor still stood at a healthy 86.7%.

The top five drivers of traffic to Malta IAP remained unchanged from June, with the United Kingdom topping the list followed by Italy, Germany, France, and Spain. These markets recorded varying levels of growth, and cumulatively were responsible for a leap of around 53,000 passenger movements when compared to July 2016.

Passenger numbers from these markets flourished as a result of enhanced capacity and flight frequencies on routes such as Glasgow, Bari, Frankfurt, Lyon, and Madrid, as well as the launch of new routes including Bordeaux and Valencia.

July's traffic brought the total number of travellers welcomed at Malta IAP in the first seven months of the year up to around 3.3 million. Towards the end of the month, the airport published its mid-yearly forecast, whereby it announced that it is expecting circa 5.8 million passengers to go through the terminal by the end of the year. (Source: maltairport.com, 8-Aug-2017)
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Old August 19th, 2017, 04:22 PM   #2128
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Hi guys,
finally NYC airports released their statistics so I can show you results on June 2017 and 1H of 2017. Also major European airports presented statistical data, so lets look on that too.

Only one airport broke its new record this month and it was DEN, I assume new record comes in Jul/Aug. In general Jun was a good month, only two airports registered negative growth - FCO and MIA (for MIA its only assumption based on YTD figures)

There is much more interesting news when it comes to 12-month rolling period statistics. In June we have 3, really 3 airports, that crossed 60 million mark for the first time: SIN, DEN and ICN. While for the first two we can expect further growth in near future, for ICN I am not sure (ICN grew inly above 1% in July) given the current circumstances.

Also we can welcome NRT as 48th airport in the world crossing 40 million mark of transported passengers. I can already tell you (with 99% certainty in nothing major happen in the next 10 days) that XYI would join the "club" at the end of August and become 49th airport. But what about he magical 50th airport I have to ask? It might be little tricky as per graph below. My bet was on DOH, but thanks to political blockade of Qatar, it might not happen this year. I dont have a strong faith in american airports (MSP and BOS), they are going to be lucky if they pass 38 million passengers at the end of the year. If CKG have strong second half of the year there is a big possibility. However from the current data seems SVO would be the winner. It would have to add half a million passengers in every upcoming month. Well lets wait and see.



















@Seljuk: you are right about BCN, its for the first time to have more than 5 million passenger in a single month, but wrong about MAD. Exactly 11 years ago (in July 2007) MAD handled 5 038 882 passengers (which was 17.95% increase compare to July 2006) for the first time, now in 2017 MAD handled 49 027 passengers more than in July 2016 creating a new record 5 087 909 passengers transported (increase 3.7% compare to July 2016)

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Old August 20th, 2017, 08:30 AM   #2129
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Thanks, just for interest, how bad are the DOH figures for June (first month of suspension of flights to/from surrounded countries)?
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Old September 6th, 2017, 11:12 PM   #2130
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Statitics of July 2017





http://www.assaeroporti.com/statistiche/

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Old September 8th, 2017, 08:25 PM   #2131
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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.
Turkish main airports continue to grow in August:

IST 6,572,717 +9.8%
AYT 4,220,004 +55.7% (over 1.5 million more than last year in August)
SAW 3,074,587 +3.8%
ESB 1,556,588 +28.7%
ADB 1,313,691 +7.9%
http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/istatistik.aspx -> Yolcu

Maybe they reached all time monthly records?
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Old September 12th, 2017, 07:00 PM   #2132
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Paris airports August 2017

CDG
6 857 526 +5.0%
YTD 46 652 689 +5.2%

ORY
2 977 831 +1.0%
YTD 21 701 681 +3.7%

Total Paris
9 835 357 +3.8%
YTD 68 354 370 +4.7%

http://www.parisaeroport.fr/docs/def...7.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Old September 12th, 2017, 07:06 PM   #2133
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Hi guys,

all 5 major airports in Europe released August statistics

AMS and IST created their new monthly record in August as oppose to LHR, CDG and FRA, which had their busiest month in July.



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Old September 13th, 2017, 02:57 AM   #2134
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LAX reported their July figures!:

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

LAX reported for July 2017: 8,175,815 passengers, a YOY("year over year") increase of 3.64%. I may be wrong but I think this may in fact be the first time LAX has passed 8 million passengers in a month . Again domestic passenger totals basically stayed flat with an increase of 1.41% YOY to 5,662,477 and International passenger totals rose 9.04% to 2,513,338. 2017 as of now is tracking to have 4.92% increase over 2016 and if that holds LAX will finish 2017 with a total of ~84,902,866 (a slight drop off from the 85 million projection it's been holding for the year).
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Old September 13th, 2017, 11:12 PM   #2135
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all 5 major airports in Europe released August statistics

AMS and IST created their new monthly record in August as oppose to LHR, CDG and FRA, which had their busiest month in July.



If IST is Istanbul, who ever said this is a European city just because a small part of it is ?
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Old September 14th, 2017, 12:18 AM   #2136
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If IST is Istanbul, who ever said this is a European city just because a small part of it is ?
IST and Turkey as a country is considered to be part of european aviation region based on IATA and ACI classification. Talking about geography is a different question.

Please be that kind and let us know how would you like to formulate it, if not busiest airports in Europe. Thanks!
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Old September 14th, 2017, 02:16 AM   #2137
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who ever said this is a European city just because a small part of it is ?
You never noticed that the BIGGEST AIRPORT and the BIGGEST TERMINAL in Europe are currently under construction in Istanbul then????

The Terminal will be twice the size of T3 in Barajas when it is up and running in 2019 and will probably handle 70m PAX in its first full year of operation (inc some route xfers from Sabiha) It will be 3X the size of T5 in LHR.
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Old September 14th, 2017, 05:33 PM   #2138
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AMS
Aug-17: 6.797.341 (+6,0%)
Jan - Aug 17: 45.829.061 (+7,8%)
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Old September 15th, 2017, 11:25 AM   #2139
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Spanish statistics for august were released on Tuesday:

http://www.aena.es/csee/ccurl/854/90...gosto_2017.pdf

Some coastal airports are like: c'mon, how long are you going to be increasing in two digits numbers?

In the 12-month pax, AGP (Málaga), ALC (Alicante), ACE (Lanzarote) and VLC (Valencia) are growing 14.5%, 14.6%, 11.2% and 15.4%, but 12 month ago, the growth over the 12 previous ones was also similar (11.7%, 13.6%, 7.2%, 12.4%)

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If IST is Istanbul, who ever said this is a European city just because a small part of it is ?
The 100% of the airport is geographically in Europe, what a big mistake would be to consider it as an "asian airport"
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Old September 19th, 2017, 02:55 AM   #2140
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Turkish main airports continue to grow in August:

IST 6,572,717 +9.8%
AYT 4,220,004 +55.7% (over 1.5 million more than last year in August)
SAW 3,074,587 +3.8%
ESB 1,556,588 +28.7%
ADB 1,313,691 +7.9%
http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/istatistik.aspx -> Yolcu

Maybe they reached all time monthly records?
IST recorded back to back all time monthly records in July and August 2017...

...which is an amazing achievement in view of the numerous challenges facing this country during the past year. Thumbs up!
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