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Old March 20th, 2009, 02:18 AM   #1081
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2008 Passengers Traffic on Romanian airports

Bucharest(OTP) - 5 064 230 +1.7%
Bucharest-Baneasa(BBU) 1 768 000 +80%
Timisoara(TXR) - 957 000 +14%
Cluj Napoca(CLJ) - 753 000 +93%
Sibiu(SBZ) - 165 057 +46%
Iasi(IAS) - 146 000 +21%
Arad(ARW) - 130 000 +93%
Bacau (BCM) - 114 000
Constanta(CND) - 80 000 up over 100% due to Ryanair new flights
Oradea(OMR) - 50 000
Tg Mures(TGM) - 47000(2008)(was 160 000(2007) but Wizzair moved to CLJ
Suceava(SCV) - 25 000
Baia Mare(BAY) -22462
Satu Mare(SUJ) - 10000
Craiova(CRA) - aprox 6-7000(2008)

Tulcea(TCE) - N/A(charter flights only)
Caransebes(CSB) - N/A - used by Aero Club Romania
Brasov - U/C

Total:9 338 749
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Old March 20th, 2009, 02:54 AM   #1082
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i never thought moscow and st petersburgh is in the bottom of the list.
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Old March 20th, 2009, 11:30 PM   #1083
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Madrid is going very bad!
And the rest of Spain also.

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i never thought moscow and st petersburgh is in the bottom of the list.
There are other airports in Moscow that are further up.
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Old March 29th, 2009, 03:30 PM   #1084
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INTERESTING indeed
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Old April 4th, 2009, 12:31 AM   #1085
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I'd like to see the top50 after the construction of the new terminal and runway in Málaga (2011)!! I won't be surprised to see AGP in the TOP25 by the beginning within a year and in the TOP20 by 2011...
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Old April 4th, 2009, 01:02 AM   #1086
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Moscow is not in the bottom, VKO airport is in the bottom, but DME is upper, together all 3 Moscow airports serve about 43,5 millon per year, i hope it will be growing in 2009..
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Old April 4th, 2009, 09:19 PM   #1087
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Busiest airports in Europe DEC08:

*Annual updated traffic data [12-Month rolling statistics JAN08-DEC08]


Top 50:




Top 100:




Sources:

http://www.aci-europe.org/
http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid=80
http://www.adv.aero/de/gfx/stats_2008.php
http://www.assaeroporti.it/defy.asp
http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/dhmistatistik/istatistik.aspx

...and others.


Remarks:

- Commercial traffic data including transits.
- Data from airports such as KBP, LCA, HER, RHO and SKG might not be entirely updated because of the lack of detailed information.

- Data in thousands rounded to one decimal place for months.
- Changes of position refer to the previous month.
According to the source http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/dhmistatistik/istatistik.aspx Istanbul had 28,553,132 passengers in 2008 - plus 23%.
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Old April 8th, 2009, 09:34 PM   #1088
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Why does the scandinavian countries (Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm) have such high figures? I thought people used a lot more their car than in other countries and because of the low density/population..?
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Old April 10th, 2009, 02:22 PM   #1089
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I also have data for Spain, from AENA.

Traffic in all the Spanish airports in 2007: 210,498,760 passengers.

The busiest routes inside Spain in 2006 were:
- Madrid - Barcelona: 4,438,690 passengers
- Madrid - Palma de Mallorca: 1,743,574
- Barcelona - Palma de Mallorca: 1,736,460
- Madrid - Gran Canaria: 1,428,765
- Madrid - Málaga: 1,427,984
- Madrid - Tenerife Norte: 1,171,181
- Barcelona - Seville: 1,118,794
- Madrid - Bilbao:971,147
- Barcelona - Málaga: 891,736
- Madrid - Valencia: 878,178
- Madrid - Alicante: 838,440
- Barcelona - Ibiza: 791,546
- Gran Canaria - Tenerife Norte: 727,050
The numbers are very impressive especially for the total of passengers, and the route Madrid-Barcelona if you compare it with France, with 1/3 less population.
I guess though that this is mostly due to the effect of the TGV.
Looking at the number of passengers on Madrid-Barcelona, it looks clearly that the AVE in Spain didn't have the same impact as the TGV in France.
No one would take the plane between Paris and Lyon anymore, even from Paris to Marseille (700kms, 3 hours), the # of passengers have dropped dramaticaly
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Old April 10th, 2009, 06:07 PM   #1090
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Why does the scandinavian countries (Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm) have such high figures? I thought people used a lot more their car than in other countries and because of the low density/population..?
The distances in Norway are very large and so a big portion of Oslo's traffic are people flying within the country. For Stockholm, Helsinki, and Copenhagen though, it is mostly intl tourism.
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Old April 11th, 2009, 12:33 AM   #1091
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The numbers are very impressive especially for the total of passengers, and the route Madrid-Barcelona if you compare it with France, with 1/3 less population.
I guess though that this is mostly due to the effect of the TGV.
Looking at the number of passengers on Madrid-Barcelona, it looks clearly that the AVE in Spain didn't have the same impact as the TGV in France.
No one would take the plane between Paris and Lyon anymore, even from Paris to Marseille (700kms, 3 hours), the # of passengers have dropped dramaticaly
Traffic in all the Spanish airports in 2007: 210,498,760 passengers.

The busiest routes inside Spain in 2006 were:
- Madrid - Barcelona: 4,438,690 passengers
- Madrid - Palma de Mallorca: 1,743,574
- Barcelona - Palma de Mallorca: 1,736,460
- Madrid - Gran Canaria: 1,428,765
- Madrid - Málaga: 1,427,984
- Madrid - Tenerife Norte: 1,171,181
- Barcelona - Seville: 1,118,794
- Madrid - Bilbao:971,147
- Barcelona - Málaga: 891,736
- Madrid - Valencia: 878,178
- Madrid - Alicante: 838,440
- Barcelona - Ibiza: 791,546
- Gran Canaria - Tenerife Norte: 727,050

please !!!! you can only travel to gran canaria or tenerife or mostly to baleares by plane and not by cars or trains, because spain has a lot of islands.
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Old May 25th, 2009, 09:00 PM   #1092
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any updates?
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Old June 9th, 2009, 06:26 AM   #1093
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Anyone have a top 100 update for 2008?
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Old June 16th, 2009, 05:26 PM   #1094
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BCN airport from 33 milion passengers in 2007 to 31 milion passengers in 2008...
But we open new terminal 1 today, made for 55 milion passengers!
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Old June 28th, 2009, 06:08 AM   #1095
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HERE IS A MAP MADE BY ME ,including the geographic position of airports.Legend is in romanian refer to traffic
1. over 50 millions pass/year
2. 30-50 millions pass-year
3.20-30 millions/year
Dates are from 2008,but the table above it's from 2007.
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Old August 12th, 2009, 02:44 AM   #1096
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Why does the scandinavian countries (Oslo, Copenhagen, Helsinki and Stockholm) have such high figures? I thought people used a lot more their car than in other countries and because of the low density/population..?
People up here have high incomes and many weeks vacation so people travel a lot...

And there is of course the business factor - the high GDP per capita doesn't come by itself so a lot of business travellers too..
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Old September 26th, 2009, 02:17 AM   #1097
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I guess though that this is mostly due to the effect of the TGV.
Looking at the number of passengers on Madrid-Barcelona, it looks clearly that the AVE in Spain didn't have the same impact as the TGV in France.
No one would take the plane between Paris and Lyon anymore, even from Paris to Marseille (700kms, 3 hours), the # of passengers have dropped dramaticaly
Alright, but you have to let time do its works, compared to the TGV, the AVE is a pretty new option for the Spanish passengers. Even the line Madrid-Barcelona is still in its first years. In a couple of years, the network will be much more extended and the currently existing lines will be used more intensively.
I guess this will be reflected in reduced traffic numbers for (some of) the intra-Spanish air routes mentioned above.
I'm really looking forward to check these evolutions!

Any news on the 12-months rolling traffic data for the European airports?
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Old September 26th, 2009, 01:23 PM   #1098
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Old September 26th, 2009, 01:28 PM   #1099
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Amsterdam is decreasing more and more. Since the goverment had introduced the enviromont-tax, the passengers who live at the Dutch border, they sudenly departed from the German and Belgium airports.

The taxes were 25 Euro per ticket (intercontinental) and 10 Euro (within Europe)

Since a couple of months these taxes don't excist anymore, but the people who lives at the border are still flying from Germany. Because the Germans did a good marketing, by advertising in local Dutch newspapers, introduce Dutch signings at sum German airports and Dutch speaking staffpersonels.

And then the Thalys from Schiphol. The cheapest singleticket from Schiphol to Paris Gare du Nord is 25 Euro. It's the easies way to reach the Paris centre. The Thays is also on the route of two large Dutch cities, The Hague and Rotterdam. Within a couple of months the highspeedrailway in the Netherlands increase their speed up to 300km/h. So Amsterdam CS-Paris GDN wil proxibly take 3 hours with the TGV.
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Old September 27th, 2009, 12:02 AM   #1100
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Let's keep in mind that various factors influence why these airports are where they are and that what may seem a surprise should not be. First, you have cities in island countries (i.e. London, Dublin) and thus rely more on air travel. Second, some populations travel less due to lack of money for leisure or lack of jobs demanding travel. Some countries have much better rail service than others and some are ideally situated geographically for superior rail links. Some places are major seasonal vacation spots or year-round touristic cities. Some major cities are located in very populated regions while others are located in scarcely populated ones. Some places have invested or expanded their airports to encourage further air traffic while others would see more flights yet they are limiting themselves. Some airports are also hubs to big airlines where many connections occur.
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