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Old March 3rd, 2010, 10:43 AM   #1161
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This is what I can find for Australia (anyone able to verify, or have more accurate numbers)

SYD:30,351,000
MEL:23,943,453
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Old March 4th, 2010, 04:42 AM   #1162
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Statistics: Pax Movement at Brazilian Airports
01/January through 31/December 2009


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- http://www.infraero.gov.br/movi.php
- http://www.infraero.gov.br/upload/ar...erac._1209.pdf

1º. São Paulo-Guarulhos (SP) --- 21.607.303
2º. São Paulo-Congonhas (SP) --- 13.659.398
3º. Brasília (DF) --- 12.213.825
4º. Rio de Janeiro-Galeão (RJ) --- 11.796.413
5º. Salvador (BA) --- 7.063.087
6º. Porto Alegre (RS) --- 5.607.703
7º. Belo Horizonte-Confins (MG) --- 5.566.779
8º. Recife (PE) --- 5.249.831
9º. Rio de Janeiro-Santos Dumont (RJ) --- 5.040.424
10º. Curitiba (PR) --- 4.853.733
11º. Fortaleza (CE) --- 4.211.399
12º. Campinas-Viracopos (SP) --- 3.364.245
13º. Vitória (ES) --- 2.342.283
14º. Manaus (AM) --- 2.307.423
15º. Belém (PA) --- 2.201.439
16º. Florianópolis (SC) --- 2.107.528
17º. Natal (RN) --- 1.881.580
18º. Goiânia (GO) --- 1.694.303
19º. Cuiabá (MT) --- 1.671.704
20º. Maceió (AL) --- 1.115.686



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Full chart
01/January through 31/December 2009


Aeronaves (unid.): Airplane Operations (unities) - take offss and landings
Passageiros (unid.): Pax/Passengers (unities)
Aerorpoto Internacional: International Airport
Aeroporto: Airport
Carga Aérea: Air Cargo (Kg)

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Old March 7th, 2010, 01:56 AM   #1163
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12-Month rolling statistics: Feb 09' - Jan 10' (passenger statistics)

07-03-2010

January 10'

Busiest European Airports:
  • Airports over 2 million passengers:

Top 50 busiest airports in Europe: Feb 09' - Jan 10':




Top 51-100 busiest airports in Europe: Feb 09' - Jan 10':




Top 101-126 busiest airports in Europe: Feb 09' - Jan 10':



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ASSAEROPORTI - Italian airports
ADV - German airports
CAA.co.uk - British airports
AVINOR - Norwegian airports
LFV - Swedish airports
FINAVIA - Finnish airports
DHMI - Turkish airports
TCH - Russian airports
ACI - Airports Council International
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Old March 9th, 2010, 01:54 PM   #1164
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China’s airports handled 486 million passengers in ‘09; Beijing now world’s 3rd busiest airport; HSR a growing threat

Latest figures from the Civil Aviation Administration of China reveal that China’s airports handled almost half a billion passengers in 2009. A total of 486.1 million passengers passed through 166 airports, an increase of 19.8% over 2008. This follows growth of 16.8% in 2007 and more modest growth (during Olympic year) of ‘just’ 4.7% in 2008. Traffic at Beijing Capital International Airport surged 16.9% to reach 65.4 million last year, raising its global ranking from eighth to third. Only Atlanta (88.0 million) and London Heathrow (65.9 million) now lie ahead. Second place looks assured in 2010 but passing Atlanta may take a few more years.



In total 51 different airports handled more than one million passengers in 2009, up from 47 in 2008. The fastest growing airports among the top 25 were Sanya (+33.0%), Guiyang (+31.7%), Harbin (+31.6%), Chengdu (+31.2%) and Changsha (+30.2%). Among the top 25 airports only two failed to grow by at least 10%; Shanghai Hongqiao at a still highly respectable 9.7% and Haikou at just 2.0%.
China’s big three airlines have over 800 aircraft

A previous analysis of China’s top 12 airports revealed how none of the airports were completely dominated by any one of the three main local airlines; Air China, China Eastern and China Southern. These three airlines between them now operate over 800 aircraft and last year took delivery of 69 from Airbus (41) and Boeing (28) with China Southern (31) receiving the most new aircraft followed by China Eastern (21) and Air China (17). According to ch-aviation six other local airlines have over 50 aircraft in their fleet led by Shenzhen Airlines (87) and Hainan Airlines (70), mostly comprising a mix of Airbus and Boeings.

The ‘odd one out’ of the remaining airlines is Tianjin Airlines whose fleet of 63 aircraft consists of 20 Embraer E190s, 16 Embraer ERJ 145s and 27 Dornier 328s. With this all-regional fleet its average aircraft size of just over 70 seats is well below the 120-160 average seat range achieved by the other major Chinese airlines.

12 domestic routes have over 20 daily departures; train is a potential threat

Air China has a 27% share of flights across the country's top 12 routes, compared to 21% for China Southern and 19% for China Eastern. Peizhi Liu, secretary of Air China, is pictured leading the lavish celebrations which marked last month's launch of the new Beijing - Zhanjiang route.

China’s busiest domestic air route in terms of weekly departures is, maybe not surprisingly, between Beijing and Shanghai. With over 35 daily departures spread across five airlines it has 35% more weekly flights than the next busiest route from Beijing to Chengdu. A potential threat to the on-going dominance of this route may come from the opening of a high-speed rail (HSR) link between the two cities currently expected some time in 2011 or 2012. This would cut the 1,300km rail journey from around 10 hours to just four. Last December a high-speed rail line opened between Guangzhou and Wuhan cutting rail journey times on the 1,000km route from 11 hours to just three.



Across these top 12 routes Air China has 27% of flights, China Southern 21% and China Eastern 19%. Shanghai Airlines and Hainan Airlines each have less than 10% of the market while other carriers account for the remaining 17%, although signs of consolidation in this refreshingly competitive giant market include the on-going merger between China Eastern and Shanghai Airlines which will give the combined airline a greater than 50% share of flights on the top three domestic routes involving Shanghai.

http://www.anna.aero/2010/02/16/chin...sengers-in-09/
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Old March 11th, 2010, 09:35 AM   #1165
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Very impressive numbers and much more to come!
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Old March 18th, 2010, 12:52 AM   #1166
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Beijing Becomes 3rd-Busiest Airport, Beating Chicago (Update1)


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By Mary Jane Credeur and Christopher Jasper

March 17 (Bloomberg) -- Beijing’s airport became the world’s third busiest last year, surpassing Chicago’s O’Hare, as its passenger total jumped 17 percent to 65.3 million on increasing demand for travel throughout Asia and overseas.

Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport remained No. 1 with almost 88 million passengers, down 2.3 percent from 2008 after Delta Air Lines Inc. trimmed capacity at its hometown hub, trade group Airports Council International said today in a statement. London Heathrow, whose biggest operator is British Airways Plc, was second with 66 million passengers, a 1.5 percent decline.

China’s 8.7 percent economic expansion last year helped Beijing Capital International Airport, whose biggest carrier is China Southern Airlines Co. O’Hare slipped to fourth, with an 8.8 percent tumble to 64.4 million as its biggest tenants, AMR Corp.’s American Airlines and UAL Corp.’s United Airlines, slashed capacity to cut costs.

“China didn’t take a growth hiatus last year like the rest of the world did, and this shows how we better get used to the idea that China is a growing force in the aviation world,” said George Hamlin, president of Hamlin Transportation Consulting in Fairfax, Virginia.

Among the top 20 airports worldwide, those other than Beijing with gains last year were Dubai, Bangkok and San Francisco, with increases of 9.2 percent, 4.9 percent and 0.2 percent, respectively, the Geneva-based trade group said.

Chicago’s decline was the steepest, followed by Las Vegas at 8.2 percent and Amsterdam at 8.1 percent, the group said.

Passenger traffic worldwide slid 2.7 percent to 4.4 billion people, as aircraft movements fell 5.5 percent to 63.9 million. The figures are drawn from 900 airports.

To contact the reporters on this story: Mary Jane Credeur in Atlanta at [email protected]; Christopher Jasper in London at [email protected]

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?p...d=a7o7A0Xf0HZs
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Old March 28th, 2010, 01:34 AM   #1167
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12-Month rolling statistics: Mar 09' - Feb 10' (passenger statistics)

07-03-2010

February 10'

Busiest European Airports:
  • Airports over 2 million passengers:

Top 50 busiest airports in Europe: Mar 09' - Feb 10':




Top 51-100 busiest airports in Europe: Mar 09' - Feb 10':




Top 101-126 busiest airports in Europe: Mar 09' - Feb 10':



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Sources:
AENA - Spanish airports
ANA - Portuguese airports
ASSAEROPORTI - Italian airports
ADV - German airports
CAA.co.uk - British airports
AVINOR - Norwegian airports
LFV - Swedish airports
FINAVIA - Finnish airports
DHMI - Turkish airports
TCH - Russian airports
ACI - Airports Council International
and other European airports websites


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Old April 6th, 2010, 08:48 AM   #1168
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2009 - Worlds Busiest Airports

1 - ATLANTA GA, US (ATL) - 88 032 086
2 - LONDON, GB (LHR) - 66 037 578
3 - BEIJING, CN (PEK) - 65 329 851
4 - CHICAGO IL, US (ORD) - 64 397 891
5 - TOKYO, JP (HND) - 61 903 656
6 - PARIS, FR (CDG) - 57 884 954
7 - LOS ANGELES CA, US (LAX) - 56 518 605
8 - DALLAS/FORT WORTH TX, US (DFW) - 56 030 457
9 - FRANKFURT, DE (FRA) - 50 932 840
10 - DENVER CO, US (DEN) - 50 167 485
11 - MADRID, ES (MAD) - 48 248 890
12 - NEW YORK NY, US (JFK) - 45 912 430
13 - HONG KONG, HK (HKG) - 45 560 888
14 - AMSTERDAM, NL (AMS) - 43 569 553
15 - DUBAI, AE (DXB) - 40 901 752
16 - BANGKOK, TH (BKK) - 40 500 269
17 - LAS VEGAS NV, US (LAS) - 40 460 310
18 - HOUSTON TX, US (IAH) - 39 993 236
19 - PHOENIX AZ, US (PHX) - 37 824 982
20 - SAN FRANCISCO CA, US (SFO) - 37 366 287
21 - SINGAPORE, SG (SIN) - 37 203 978
22 - JAKARTA, ID (CGK) - 37 143 719
23 - GUANGZHOU, CN (CAN) - 37 048 712
24 - CHARLOTTE NC, US (CLT) - 34 577 808
25 - MIAMI FL, US (MIA) - 33 886 025
26 - ORLANDO FL, US (MCO) - 33 731 431
27 - ROME, IT (FCO) - 33 723 213
28 - SYDNEY, AU (SYD) - 33 444 687
29 - NEWARK NJ, US (EWR) - 33 400 626
30 - MUNICH, DE (MUC) - 32 681 067

http://www.airports.org/cda/aci_comm...18-224_666_2__
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Old April 6th, 2010, 09:11 AM   #1169
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I am waiting (quite selfishly) for GregPz to post the full official list from ACI as he has been doing for the past couple of years

Where are you GregPz?
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Old April 7th, 2010, 02:07 AM   #1170
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Where are you GregPz?
I'm waiting as well. A few of the airports I'm interested are in the 30 - 100 category.
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International Passenger Traffic for past 12 months ending December 2009

01. LONDON (HEATHROW) 60 651 349 (1.1)
02. PARIS 53 012 513 (5.0)
03. HONG KONG 44 984 571 (4.6)
04. FRANKFURT 44 520 661 (4.7)
05. AMSTERDAM 43 519 833 (8.1)

06. DUBAI 40 104 149 +9.6
07. SINGAPORE 36 088 996 (0.5)
08. TOKYO 30 894 531 (4.4)
09. MADRID 29 184 360 (3.2)
10. BANGKOK 28 834 668 (4.2)

11. LONDON (GATWICK) 28 698 969 (5.7)
12. INCHEON 28 080 452 (5.0)
13. MUNICH 23 422 075 (4.9)
14. NEW YORK (JFK) 21 835 666 (3.0)
15. ZURICH 21 242 905 (0.8)

16. ROME 20 852 594 (2.4)
17. DUBLIN 19 849 383 (12.0)
18. TAIPEI 19 563 552 (1.0)
19. KUALA LUMPUR 19 401 672 +8.8
20. ISTANBUL 18 396 050 +7.8

21. LONDON (STANSTED) 18 054 308 (9.7)
22. COPENHAGEN 17 620 391 (9.2)
23. TORONTO 17 573 953 (4.9)
24. VIENNA 17 383 780 (8.6)
25. BRUSSELS 16 774 403 (8.4)

26. MILAN 16 480 430 (4.7)
27. BARCELONA 16 208 798 (9.1)
28. MANCHESTER 16 066 766 (11.4)
29. MIAMI 15 970 380 (1.1)
30. ANTALYA 15 210 733 (6.1)

http://www.airports.org/cda/aci_comm...6-1380_666_2__
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Old April 7th, 2010, 07:58 PM   #1172
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I am waiting (quite selfishly) for GregPz to post the full official list from ACI as he has been doing for the past couple of years

Where are you GregPz?
I should have them pretty soon. In the meantime here's the top cities using the combined total of all airports http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1105033

Btw do you have stats for Indian airports?
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I should have them pretty soon. In the meantime here's the top cities using the combined total of all airports http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1105033

Btw do you have stats for Indian airports?
Thank you Greg.

No I don't have yet, except the tentative numbers of 25.6 M and 25 M for Delhi and Mumbai respectively
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100 Busiest Airports in the World 2009

Here's the 100 busiest airports in terms of the number of passengers handled in 2009. The passenger figure is in millions. The biggest improvement in position is Chengdu which rocketed and incredible 30 places up the rankings! Others that moved up 5 places or more are Dubai, Guangzhou, Jakarta, Sydney, Shanghai (PVG), Delhi, Shanghai (SHA), Shenzhen, Manila, Sao Paulo (GRU), Kunming, Brisbane, Washington (DCA), Chicago (MDW), Doha, Seoul (GMP), Xi'an, Hangzhou, Bogota, Chongqing and Jeju. Dropping out of the top 100 are Osaka (KIX), Lisbon, Portland, St Louis, Helsinki and Cincinnati. The figures for Doha and Jeddah are estimates based on previous years figures and growth.




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Old June 10th, 2010, 10:38 PM   #1176
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Hey men, check out this and correct some mistakes:

LATINOAMERICA / AMÉRICA LATINA

OVER 1 MILLION (2009)

1º. Ciudad de Mexico --- 24.243.056 --- MÉXICO
2º. São Paulo-Guarulhos--- 21.727.649 --- BRASIL
3º. Bogotá-ElDorado International --- 14.899.199 --- COLOMBIA
4º. São Paulo-Congonhas --- 13.699.657 --- BRASIL
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Regarding the biggest jump of Chengdu airport, it is mainly because the earthquake in 2008 significantly decreased the passengers during the summer peak season. If I remember right, Chengdu ranked around ~ 75 in 2007, then droped to around 80 in 2008 due to the earthquake. It is not so surprise that it has a big jump in 2009.
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Old June 11th, 2010, 04:22 AM   #1178
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I find it kind of surprising that only 3 South American airports are in the Top100.

If the trend continues the list will be pretty much dominated by Asian airports in 10 years with more and more European and American airports dropping out of the Top100 and more Asian airports entering it. Xiamen, Wuhan, Changsha and Nanjing will probably enter the Top100 next year, so that there will be 15 Chinese airports (excl. HKG) in the Top100.

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Was waiting for this. As always, a big Thank You to GregPz, he has been so kind to rest of us
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Also, Greg, if you can, the next 100 too please
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