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Old March 31st, 2006, 02:56 PM   #321
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Bangkok airport is really busy compares to other countries in SEA.
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Old March 31st, 2006, 05:40 PM   #322
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no one is saying that heathrow is not leading. but the gap is getting smaller and smaller every year. if the trend continues, heathrow won't be number 1 in europe anymore.
I understand that, but heathrow has slow growth right now due to something to do with T5 totaly forgot it I'm afraid But I'll search for the source.
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Old March 31st, 2006, 06:01 PM   #323
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no one is saying that heathrow is not leading. but the gap is getting smaller and smaller every year. if the trend continues, heathrow won't be number 1 in europe anymore.
The lead is not getting smaller every year. For example in 2004 (ie the year before these figures) Heathrow grew at 6.2% - faster than either Paris or Frankfurt. In 2003 Heathrow grew faster than any of Paris, Frankfurt, or Amsterdam. London's aviation traffic as a whole is growing much faster than any other major city in Europe. Heathrow now accounts for just half of London's total aviation traffic.
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Old March 31st, 2006, 07:56 PM   #324
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beijing's airport is growing really fast...

it'd very likely be among the top 7-8 in 2008.
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Old April 2nd, 2006, 09:29 AM   #325
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International Passenger Traffic for Sept 04 to Aug 05, Airports

This is the list I go by, IN TERMS of INTERNATIONAL PASSENGERS TRAFFIC, not including domestic routes.

International Passengers Airport Total %Chg

1 LONDON, GB (LHR) 60 964 323 1.5

2 PARIS, FR (CDG) 48 551 870 5.0

3 FRANKFURT, DE (FRA) 44 756 469 3.2

4 AMSTERDAM, NL (AMS) 43 881 540 4.0

5 HONG KONG, CN (HKG) 39 593 000 10.2

6 SINGAPORE, SG (SIN) 30 577 724 7.8

7 LONDON, GB (LGW) 28 710 566 5.2

8 TOKYO, JP (NRT) 27 115 822 2.4

9 BANGKOK, TH (BKK) 26 768 772 4.5

10 SEOUL, KR (ICN) 25 541 362 9.0

11 DUBAI, AE (DXB) 23 607 507 15.9

12 MADRID, ES (MAD) 22 107 466 10.6

13 MUNICH, DE (MUC) 19 405 560 8.3

14 LONDON, GB (STN) 19 257 502 6.6

15 TAIPEI, TW (TPE) 19 158 638 9.0

16 MANCHESTER, GB (MAN) 18 690 695 6.1

17 NEW YORK, NY (JFK) 18 534 215 7.1

18 COPENHAGEN, DK (CPH) 17 964 538 5.0

19 DUBLIN, IE (DUB) 17 571 677 8.0

20 LOS ANGELES, CA (LAX) 17 469 927 6.6

21 ZURICH, CH (ZRH) 17 265 955 3.9

22 TORONTO, ON, CA (YYZ) 16 972 867 6.7

23 MILAN, IT (MXP) 16 199 824 8.8

24 ROME, IT (FCO) 16 076 449 6.9

25 BRUSSELS, BE (BRU) 16 060 407 3.6

26 PALMA DE MALLORCA, ES (PMI) 15 250 975 4.3

27 VIENNA, AT (VIE) 15 172 072 7.6

28 SHANGHAI, CN (PVG) 14 542 233 16.2

29 KUALA LUMPUR, MY (KUL) 14 329 667 17.7

30 ANTALYA, TR (AYT) 14 292 096 13.8
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Old April 2nd, 2006, 09:37 AM   #326
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Interesting to note that the list from Airports Council International, has only 3 North American airports. These 3 are the true INTERNATIONAL 'hubs' of the Americas.

Obviously many (18) European airports are on the list, but also interesting is in the Top 15, there are 7 Asian airports and 3 LONDON Airports alone! I always feel this list is more fair on the basis of excluding dometic hubbing of airlines, and keeping the notion that airports are used as INTERNATIONAL gateways.
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Old April 13th, 2006, 08:37 AM   #327
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Can someone please post the Top 50 Airports by passengers for 2005 please?..... I'd like to see where Sydney, Munich and others finished up as they don't show on the Top 30 list of the ACI website.

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Old April 13th, 2006, 02:11 PM   #328
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Thanks for that list.

Strange that NY only gets 18m international visitors a year....
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Old April 14th, 2006, 02:02 AM   #329
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Thanks for that list.

Strange that NY only gets 18m international visitors a year....
A lot of international visitors arrive in Newark (EWR) in New Jersey as well. Continental has a major hub there.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 04:36 AM   #330
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The US can't help the fact that it is a large country with just under 300 million people (297 million). As I've stated before, I can fly for 4 hours from Atlanta and land at a US airport. I've made a domestic flight, but I wouldn't call it short-haul. It's a long-haul flight by all definitions.

In Europe, except perhaps for Russia, you can't fly four hours without leaving your origin country. So when you judge US airports by their lower number of international flights keep this in mind.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 04:42 AM   #331
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Yea but I thought there'd be more visitors to New York from worldwide - which is the point I was trying to make.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 04:48 AM   #332
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As hkskyline stated above, a lot of international flights into the New York region have moved some or all of their operations over to Newark airport in New Jersey from JFK in the City of New York. Newark is even closer to downtown Manhattan than JFK is.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 05:47 AM   #333
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The New York area is served by 3 major international airports. JFK and EWR handle by far the largest chunk of international flights. For example, BA flies to both from London. LGA is a more domestic airport than catering to long-haul international traffic.

Even for London, there are 3 major international airports. LHR and LGW are the largest international gateways, while STN handles a lot of discount traffic (also international but mostly to European destinations). Then there is Luton.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 05:53 AM   #334
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nick in Atlanta
The US can't help the fact that it is a large country with just under 300 million people (297 million). As I've stated before, I can fly for 4 hours from Atlanta and land at a US airport. I've made a domestic flight, but I wouldn't call it short-haul. It's a long-haul flight by all definitions.

In Europe, except perhaps for Russia, you can't fly four hours without leaving your origin country. So when you judge US airports by their lower number of international flights keep this in mind.
Anyone with enough patience to get detailed information on PAX traffic per route and compare Atlanta with let's say Amsterdam only in flights taking 4 hours and more?
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Old April 16th, 2006, 02:50 PM   #335
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A lot of international visitors arrive in Newark (EWR) in New Jersey as well. Continental has a major hub there.
The busiest airports in the United States by international passenger traffic FOR 2000 from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (millions per year)

1. JFK 18.4
2. LAX 17.1
3. Miami 16.6
4. O'Hare 10.2
5. Newark 8.8
6. SFO 7.8
7. Atlanta 6.1
8. Houston (George Bush) 5.3
9. Honolulu
10. Dallas-FW 4.8
11. Logan (Boston)
12. Detroit-Wayne 3.0
13. Washington Dulles 3.8
14. Minn-St Paul 2.8
15. Guam 2.8

So NYC does get a little more, for those bemused about the shortfall of international passengers. But this is from 2000, so expect the same top 5, and Guam to drop from the list!
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Old July 14th, 2006, 08:51 AM   #336
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[QUOTE=GregPz]1 Atlanta 77.0 million passengers
2 Chicago (ORD) 64.4
3 Tokyo (HND) 61.5
4 Dallas (DFW) 54.3
5 Los Angeles 44.2
6 Denver 41.2
7 Las Vegas 40.0
8 Phoenix 38.0
9 Minneapolis/St Paul 35.1
10 Charlotte 32.8
11 Detroit 32.3
12 Houston (IAH) 30.1
13 Orlando 29.1
14 Beijing 26.6
15 Seattle 26.4
16 Philadelphia 24.4
17 San Francisco 24.1
18 New York (LGA) 23.1
19 Newark 23.1
20 Boston 21.9
21 Cincinnati 21.1
22 New York (JFK) 20.1
23 Baltimore/Washington 19.4
24 Osaka (ITM) 19.3
25 Fort Lauderdale 19.2
26 Jakarta 19.0
27 Chicago (MDW) 18.6
28 Madrid 18.5
29 Salt Lake City 18.1
30 Washington (IAD) 18.0
31 Honolulu 17.7
32 Guangzhou 17.5
33 Sydney 17.5
34 Sapporo 17.1
35 Tampa 16.9
36 Fukuoka 16.3
37 San Diego 16.2
38 Miami 16.2
39 Melbourne 16.0
40 Washington (DCA) 15.6
41 Shanghai (SHA) 14.9
42 Seoul (GMP) 14.2
43 Shenzen 14.0
44 Oakland 13.8
45 Sao Paulo (CGH)13.6
46 St Louis 13.3
47 Pittsburgh 12.8
48 Paris (ORY) 12.8
49 Portland 12.6
50 Toronto 12.6
51 Rome (FCO) 12.5
52 Naha 12.5
53 Barcelona 11.9
54 Brisbane 11.7
55 Chengdu 11.2
56 Cleveland 11.0
57 San Jose (SJC) 10.8
58 Jeju 10.6
59 Memphis 10.5
60 Bangkok 10.4
61 Kansas City 10.0
62 Brasilia 9.9
63 New Orleans 9.6
64 Sacramento 9.5
65 Santa Ana 9.3
66 Mumbai 9.2
67 Munich 8.8
68 Johannesburg 8.5
69 San Juan 8.4
70 Raleigh-Durham 8.4
71 Houston (HOU) 8.3
72 Shanghai (PVG) 8.2
73 Kuala Lumpur 8.0
74 Vancouver 8.0
75 Indianapolis 7.9
76 Mexico City 7.9
77 New Delhi 7.4
78 Oslo 7.4
79 Frankfurt 7.3
80 Austin 7.1
81 London (LHR) 6.9
82 Ontario 6.8
83 Nashville 6.8
84 Manila 6.7
85 Calgary 6.7
86 Hartford 6.7
87 San Antonio 6.6
88 Fort Myers 6.6
89 Milwaukee 6.6
90 West Palm Beach 6.4
91 Milan (LIN) 6.4
92 Albuquerque 6.3
93 Columbus 6.2
94 Xian 6.1
95 Riyadh 6.1
96 Dallas (DAL) 5.9
97 Berlin (TXL) 5.7
98 Kagoshima 5.7
99 Edinburgh 5.7
100 Moscow (DME) 5.7[/QUote




Mexico City 21 millions.
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Old July 14th, 2006, 10:10 AM   #337
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TOP 50 AIRPORTS

MARCH 2005 THRU MARCH 2006

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Old July 14th, 2006, 10:47 AM   #338
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Anyone got a list for international pax only? It's not often you see those (and they are much more interesting I think).
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Old July 15th, 2006, 01:58 PM   #339
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I posted a list of intl. only at the same time I started this thread. It's somewhere in this forum.
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Old July 15th, 2006, 03:25 PM   #340
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Paris airports CDG and ORY = 79,271,139 PAX from 03/05 to 03/06
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