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Old January 14th, 2006, 11:01 AM   #201
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Good Job Jakarta.....
If only the service/facilities there can grow with THAT rate.......
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Old January 14th, 2006, 11:07 AM   #202
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Manchester was on the list:

45.Manchester 17.804 6.2%
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Old January 15th, 2006, 03:33 AM   #203
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79.Brisbane 11.978 5.9%

not bad for a city of 1.6million
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Old January 15th, 2006, 04:42 AM   #204
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79.Brisbane 11.978 5.9%

not bad for a city of 1.6million
To be honest though, if you look at the list, population means little.

Some other cities on the list of similar size (some a bit more, some a bit less)

Las Vegas: 33.301 7.1%
Orlando: 25.522 9.7%
Charlotte: 20.184 8.3%
Dubai: 18.527 15.6%
Cincinnati: 17.807 8.1%
Palma de Mallorca: 17.448 4.8%
Salt Lake City: 17.049 23.2%
Copenhagen: 15.107 3.9%
Dublin: 14.153 7.1%
Zurich: 13.595 4.1%
Sapporo: 13.590 0.9%
Antalya: 12.977 19.4%
Stockholm: 12.916 5.3%
Oslo: 11.984 5.9%
79.Brisbane 11.978 5.9%

There are other cities larger on the list with airports that have lower passenger numbers than Brisbane, but some of them are due to the fact that they may have multiple small airports, or be very close to another city with a major airport and share it.
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Old January 15th, 2006, 04:59 AM   #205
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It is amazing that YYZ grew by 6.1%, considering it is the most expensive airport to land in......
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Old January 15th, 2006, 12:17 PM   #206
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The top 35 cities (combining traffic for all major airports serving each city):

1.London 102.6 million
2.New York 75.1
3.Chicago 71.1
4.Tokyo 70.6
5.Atlanta 65.5
6.Los Angeles 64.0
7.Paris 60.9
8.Washington/Baltimore 49.3
9.Dallas 48.7
10.Miami/Ft Lauderdale 40.9
11.San Francisco 40.6
12.Frankfurt 39.8
13.Houston 35.9
14.Amsterdam 33.8
15.Las Vegas 33.7
16.Denver 32.9
17.Madrid 31.7
18.Phoenix 30.9
19.Shanghai 30.4
20.Beijing 30.1
21.Hong Kong 29.9
22.Seoul 29.8
23.Minneapolis/St Paul 29.1
24.Bangkok 28.4
25.Detroit 27.8
26.Osaka 26.2
27.Orlando 25.5
28.Philadelphia 25.5
29.Milan 25.2
30.Sao Paulo 25.1
31.Rome 25.0
32.Singapore 23.8
33.Toronto 23.0
34.Moscow 22.8
35.Seattle 22.4
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Old January 15th, 2006, 02:03 PM   #207
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Old January 15th, 2006, 02:26 PM   #208
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Old January 16th, 2006, 01:10 PM   #209
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Justme
To be honest though, if you look at the list, population means little.

Some other cities on the list of similar size (some a bit more, some a bit less)

Las Vegas: 33.301 7.1%
Orlando: 25.522 9.7%
Charlotte: 20.184 8.3%
Dubai: 18.527 15.6%
Cincinnati: 17.807 8.1%
Palma de Mallorca: 17.448 4.8%
Salt Lake City: 17.049 23.2%
Copenhagen: 15.107 3.9%
Dublin: 14.153 7.1%
Zurich: 13.595 4.1%
Sapporo: 13.590 0.9%
Antalya: 12.977 19.4%
Stockholm: 12.916 5.3%
Oslo: 11.984 5.9%
79.Brisbane 11.978 5.9%

There are other cities larger on the list with airports that have lower passenger numbers than Brisbane, but some of them are due to the fact that they may have multiple small airports, or be very close to another city with a major airport and share it.
You should probably take into consideration all of those other airports aren't as isolated as Brisbane is. In Europe, an international flight is like what a domestic flight is for us in Australia!! Taking all that into consideration, BNE has done quite well!!

BTW, where's MEL on that list?? I assume it should be somewhere between SYD & BNE...........
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Old January 17th, 2006, 01:04 AM   #210
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You should probably take into consideration all of those other airports aren't as isolated as Brisbane is. In Europe, an international flight is like what a domestic flight is for us in Australia!! Taking all that into consideration, BNE has done quite well!!
What has that to do with anything? These figures are not for international pax only.

A flight is a flight and a passenger is a passenger, no matter if it's domestic or international. More people fly in and out of all of those cities than Brisbane. Simple as that.
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Old January 17th, 2006, 02:18 AM   #211
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Melbourne's not even listed - we're over 20 million a year now yet not even listed in a 9month survey which has 8 million as the lowest figure at #100: dodgey.
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Old January 17th, 2006, 08:38 AM   #212
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You should probably take into consideration all of those other airports aren't as isolated as Brisbane is. In Europe, an international flight is like what a domestic flight is for us in Australia!! Taking all that into consideration, BNE has done quite well!!

BTW, where's MEL on that list?? I assume it should be somewhere between SYD & BNE...........
Negative. Brisbane's isolation is what gives it it's high figures. Just like Las Vegas is isolated in the desert, and the other European cities on that shortlist I created, most of which are more isolated (Palma de Mallorca and the Scandinavian cities)

Zurich is one of the odd ones out, despite being rather central in Europe it still has a higher passenger count.

Also, you have to keep in mind, that European airports have to compete with high speed rail, and closer cities where the car is a good alternative.

Sorry, there is nothing wrong with Brisbane's passenger numbers, but it's not extraordinary, it is mainly due to it's isolation.
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Old January 17th, 2006, 09:30 AM   #213
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Melbourne's not even listed - we're over 20 million a year now yet not even listed in a 9month survey which has 8 million as the lowest figure at #100: dodgey.
Yes, Melbourne isn't listed because it was too slow in getting figures submited. As far as I'm aware it's the only airport missing. Stats come from Airports Council International so they're definitely not dodgey!
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Old January 17th, 2006, 10:44 AM   #214
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Staff & Justme:

You missed my point...... doesn't matter though.
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Old January 17th, 2006, 10:58 AM   #215
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42.Dubai 18.527 15.6%


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Old January 18th, 2006, 12:13 AM   #216
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Yes, Melbourne isn't listed because it was too slow in getting figures submited. As far as I'm aware it's the only airport missing. Stats come from Airports Council International so they're definitely not dodgey!
Not dodgey??? So they didnt hand their stats in on time, well surely they could have used Melbournes stats from the year before if nothing else.
Omitting them from the list altogether is providing misinformation in its own right. Thats pretty dodgey if you ask me.
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Old January 18th, 2006, 12:26 AM   #217
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Growing fast !!!
71.Sao Paulo (CGH) 12.662 29.1%
74.Sao Paulo (GRU) 12.422 23.0%
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Old January 18th, 2006, 01:09 AM   #218
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181 Millions Pasengers in Spanish Airports AENA in 2005

Today AENA Spanish Airport public entity controling almost all the Spanish Airports and Air Navigation have just published 2005 statistics .

Arrivals + Departures

TOTAL PAX 2005 ................ 181, 065, 860
Increase over 2004 ............................ 9 %

Movements 2005 ..................... 2, 193, 873
Increase over 2004 ........................... 6,7 %


AIRPORT ............................PASSENGERS

MADRID ............................... 41, 963, 197
BARCELONA .......................... 27, 131, 448
MALLORCA ........................... 21, 242, 295
MALAGA .............................. 12, 669, 187
CANARIA ............................... 9, 827, 151
ALICANTE .............................. 8, 796, 321
TENERIFE SUR ........................ 8, 631, 776



Full statistics airport by airport of 2005

http://www14.aena.es/csee/ccurl/PROD200512.pdf
(Page 1-3 December , Page 4-6 Full 2005 Year )


Statistics Digest 2005 in Spanish.

http://www.aena.es/csee/ccurl/Estadi...%20General.pdf

AENA Web Site in English

http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite?pa...ome&lang=EN_GB

2004 FULL YEAR REPORT in english ( very interesting )

http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite?ci...=1&c=Page&MO=2

HISTORICAL

2002 ................................. 143, 092, 996
2003 ................................. 153, 826, 342
2004 ................................. 166, 146, 198
2005 ................................. 181, 065, 860


I´m very interested in the numbers for another europeans countries .

PLEASE COMPLETE THE STATISTICS WITH ANOTHER COUNTRIES .

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Old January 18th, 2006, 01:13 AM   #219
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The full year figures are not released yet but Britain's rolling total to November 2005 is about 230 million - a 6.2% increase on last year.
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Old January 18th, 2006, 03:15 AM   #220
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