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Old November 11th, 2015, 08:58 PM   #1421
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Moving beyond China, here is the situation for the main countries of East and South-East Asia. Air traffic between these countries and the EU cities.

Passengers between EU cities and Japan in 2014:
1- Paris (3 airports): 1,204,682 (+4.4% compared to 2013; -8.5% compared to 2007)
2- Frankfurt: 965,737 (-6.7% ; +5.6%)
3- London (6 airports): 721,618 (+3.3% ; -30.0%)
4- Amsterdam: 562,824 (-0.4% ; -0.4%)
5- Helsinki: 534,274 (+10.6% ; +77.4%)
6- Rome (2 airports): 286,355 (-10.7% ; +51.9%)
7- Munich: 253,496 (-15.1% ; +77.0%)
8- Vienna: 148,564 (-0.3% ; -8.2%)
9- Copenhagen: 134,252 (+4.0% ; -8.2%)
10- Milan (3 airports): 100,203 (+11.3% ; -77.3%)

Passengers between EU cities and South Korea in 2014:
1- Frankfurt: 571,207 (+4.9% compared to 2013; +7.8% compared to 2007)
2- Paris (3 airports): 505,893 (+3.0% ; +35.9%)
3- London (6 airports): 438,679 (+2.9% ; +52.0%)
4- Amsterdam: 242,804 (+7.1% ; +10.1%)
5- Prague: 170,507 (+30.8% ; +98.5%)
6- Helsinki: 155,773 (+15.9% ; no traffic in 2007)
7- Munich: 130,001 (+19.8% ; +171.6%)
8- Madrid: 68,019 (+13.2% ; no traffic in 2007)
9- Rome (2 airports): 56,198 (+2.4% ; -39.6%)
10- Vienna: 54,608 (+46.8% ; +6.6%)

Passengers between EU cities and Vietnam in 2014:
1- Paris (3 airports): 388,474 (+1.8% compared to 2013; +45.1% compared to 2007)
2- Frankfurt: 209,185 (-4.9% ; +33.9%)
3- London: 92,198 (+7.2% ; no traffic in 2007)
4- Helsinki: 23,155 (-18.2% ; +521.4%)
insignificant traffic in other EU cities

Passengers between EU cities and Thailand in 2014:
1-Frankfurt: 594,921 (-4.3% compared to 2013; -19.5% compared to 2007)
2- London (6 airports): 581,969 (-9.0% ; -14.6%)
3- Paris (3 airports): 470,885 (+3.6% ; +20.1%)
4- Amsterdam: 443,972 (-3.5% ; +8.1%)
5- Stockholm (4 airports): 374,365 (-2.1% ; +3.5%)
6- Helsinki: 358,953 (-0.2% ; +12.0%)
7- Copenhagen: 315,818 (-11.8% ; -23.1%)
8- Vienna: 219,400 (+1.1% ; +0.3%)
9- Munich: 174,532 (-12.4% ; -43.3%)
10- Rome (2 airports): 99,425 (-9.1% ; -30.5%)

Passengers between EU cities and Malaysia in 2014:
1- London (6 airports): 573,642 (-7.5% compared to 2013; +33.0% compared to 2007)
2- Amsterdam: 359,674 (-9.2% ; -5.2%)
3- Paris (3 airports): 358,953 (+4.9% ; +125.8%)
4- Frankfurt: 176,514 (+20.5% ; +28.8%)
insignificant traffic in other EU cities
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Old November 12th, 2015, 10:13 AM   #1422
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Bulgarian major airports:

Sofia
October 2015 (2014)
passengers 357,978 (320,117) +11.8%
movements 3,844 (3,810) +0.9%
cargo 1,609 (1,821) -11.6%

January-October 2015 (2014)
passengers 3,483,603 (3,252,793) +7.1%
movements 37,611 (35,708) +5.3%
cargo 15,017 (14,285) +5.1%

Burgas
October 2015 (2014)
passengers 32.150 (28.150) +14,1%

January-October 2015 (2014)
passengers 2.337.742 (2.505.159) -6,7%
Cargo 9.332 +>100%

Varna
October 2015 (2014)
passengers 54.140 (49.894) +8,5%

January-October 2015 (2014)
passengers 1.339.806 (1.336.667) +0,2%
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Old November 13th, 2015, 02:55 PM   #1423
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MAN surpasses 23 Million Passengers ....

http://mag-umbraco-media-live.s3.ama...ffic-stats.pdf
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Old November 15th, 2015, 08:23 PM   #1424
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While still waiting for ATL, HND, YYZ and NYC airports to release their September statistics, I want to show you one graph

In 2014 itself, we could find 165 airports having more than 10 milion passengers. Of course some airports lost their passengers due to many reasons (opening second airport, relocation, merge of airlines, abandonment of airlines,...), airports like SJC, PIT, CLE, CVG, MEM, SZB and many more. So the total number of aiports 10+ would be higher than 165 and that is what I wanted to find out.

I was looking for airport that has crossed 10+ in any given 12-month period and the total count is incredible 192 airports. The first airport to cross this mark was MDW back 1959, newest airport to join is BUD in Sept 2015. Some of the airports does not appears in the graph for one simple reason - they had crossed 10+ already somewhere in the history. Examples can be Stuttgart and Cologne airports - they passed 10+ mark back in 2006, 2007 respectively, however passenger numbers dropped in following years but they would cross 10+ in 2015 again. The same goes for Santos Dumont airport, crossing 10+ in January 2015 but in September 2015 numbers are below 10+.
The point is - airport has whitnessed 10+ in any given 12 month period.

Which can we expect to be the 193rd?

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Old November 17th, 2015, 05:25 AM   #1425
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Old November 17th, 2015, 05:58 PM   #1426
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Polish airports PAX in I-X 2015:

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X 2015 2 570 525 +9,0 % (X 2014 2 357 761)

I-X 2015 26 382 428 + 12,7 % (I-X 2014 23 419 715)
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Old November 19th, 2015, 11:38 PM   #1427
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After the BRICs and East Asia, let's now move to the Americas. Here, London dominates on the North American market while Paris dominates on the Caribbean market and Madrid dominates on the Latin American market.

Passengers between EU cities and North America (US, Canada) in 2014:
1- London (6 airports): 18,765,502 (+1.8% compared to 2013; -1.0% compared to 2007)
2- Paris (3 airports): 8,205,720 (+1.0% ; +7.4%)
3- Frankfurt: 8,044,086 (+0.8% ; +0.5%)
4- Amsterdam: 5,735,965 (-0.5% ; +2.4%)
5- Munich: 2,510,309 (+5.7% ; +24.1%)
6- Rome (2 airports): 2,224,732 (+2.3% ; +37.0%)
7- Dublin: 2,119,132 (+13.9% ; +38.3%)
8- Madrid: 2,091,012 (+5.0% ; +36.2%)
9- Manchester: 1,465,242 (+3.8% ; -30.6%)
10- Brussels (2 airports): 1,432,386 (+5.2% ; +60.9%)

Passengers between EU cities and the Caribbean (including Cuba, Dominican Republic, and the Guianas) in 2014:
1- Paris (3 airports): 3,593,528 (+0.3% compared to 2013; +6.4% compared to 2007)
2- London (6 airports): 1,638,919 (-1.1% ; -20.7%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,071,137 (+3.7% ; +2.7%)
4- Madrid: 802,816 (+10.3% ; -39.4%)
5- Frankfurt: 557,136 (-2.5% ; +31.7%)
6- Manchester: 395,015 (+19.7% ; -32.2%)
7- Düsseldort-Cologne (2 airports): 222,562 (+19.4% ; +45.7%)
8- Milan (3 airports): 194,413 (+22.9% ; -43.8%)
9- Munich: 193,358 (+52.9% ; +34.1%)
10- Brussels (2 airports): 132,673 (+31.4% ; -9.3%)

Passengers between EU cities and continental Latin America in 2014:
1-Madrid: 5,210,635 (+2.0% compared to 2013; +10.3% compared to 2007)
2- Paris (3 airports): 2,497,381 (+1.9% ; +8.4%)
3- Lisbon: 1,646,436 (+5.8% ; +43.3%)
4- Frankfurt: 1,610,120 (-4.3% ; +57.0%)
5- Amsterdam: 1,471,271 (+5.5% ; +52.1%)
6- London (6 airports): 1,439,049 (+7.9% ; +109.5%)
7- Rome (2 airports): 714,130 (-7.1% ; +154.1%)
8- Munich: 290,502 (+63.9% ; +64.7%)
9- Barcelona: 279,017 (+1.1% ; +27.5%)
10- Manchester: 245,430 (+24.3% ; +90.5%)
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Old November 21st, 2015, 04:02 PM   #1428
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major airports has realesed their statistics for month of September (except YYZ) so here is the info:

September was not exciting es previous months (July, August) however it brought some highlights.
CDG's traffic was positively impacted due to Air France pilot's strike last year, passegers drop was 60 000 a day on average in the last two week of Sept 2014
Amazing numbers posted PVG, ORD and MAD
Most of US airports experienced high growth (I would assume because no major hurricane this September hit west coast of US)
MIA has the highest % increase since October 2006
On the other hand FRA dropped due to Lufthansa strike on Sept 8 and 9, in addition, the decline was also partly influenced by the high base effect of the preceding year

On 12-month rolling period we can welcome FCO as 35th airport to cross 40 mil passengers. It is great news considering back in March this year we had only 30 airports over 40+ passengers
ATL is scrambling to get over 100+ passengers this year, I am confident this historical milestone will be break next month.

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Old November 21st, 2015, 11:29 PM   #1429
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Hello, if you have a complete list, can you tell me where GRU Airport - Cumbica - SP comes into things. Can you clarify thsi for me?
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Old November 24th, 2015, 01:15 AM   #1430
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Hello, if you have a complete list, can you tell me where GRU Airport - Cumbica - SP comes into things. Can you clarify thsi for me?
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GRU is in the list above.
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Old November 24th, 2015, 09:24 PM   #1431
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For some of us (the stats freaks mainly) today is the historical day (not actually today but let's say end of October)


ATL as the first airport in the world surpassed 100 000 000 passengers served in 12-months rolling period between November 2014-October 2015


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the actual number is 100 260 081 passengers
at the same time Atlanta became 4th respectively 5th city that served more than 100+ passengers after London, New York, Tokyo and Paris (Paris crossed 100+ in October 2015, the same month as Atlanta)
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Old November 24th, 2015, 10:48 PM   #1432
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major airports has realesed their statistics for month of September (except YYZ) so here is the info:
Why is Chicago O'Hare growing so fast? Is Midway on the same path?
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Old November 25th, 2015, 04:03 PM   #1433
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For some of us (the stats freaks mainly) today is the historical day (not actually today but let's say end of October)


ATL as the first airport in the world surpassed 100 000 000 passengers served in 12-months rolling period between November 2014-October 2015


edit:
the actual number is 100 260 081 passengers
at the same time Atlanta became 4th respectively 5th city that served more than 100+ passengers after London, New York, Tokyo and Paris (Paris crossed 100+ in October 2015, the same month as Atlanta)
Good news, bubbalo!
At the same time, given that DXB has been growing at a fast pace in the last years and the future EK plans, it's not unlikely that this airport will overtake PEK and be the second to reach that figure in a few years.

On the other hand, IST will probably become third busiest in Europe by the end of this year or first months of 2016, despite the growth shown by FRA in October.

I also expect that MEX will reach 40 M passengers next year and make the debut in your "40 busiest"
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Old November 28th, 2015, 10:19 PM   #1434
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Finally, Africa. Here Paris dominates both in North Africa and in sub-Saharan Africa.

Note that more and more people traveling between Paris and sub-Saharan Africa now transfer in North Africa (either at Casablanca with Royal Air Maroc or at Algiers with Air Algérie), as Royal Air Maroc and Air Algérie are increasingly targeting the market between Paris and sub-Saharan Africa, same as what the Gulf companies are doing for the market between London and India/Australia.

So the figures here probably underestimate the number of travelers between Paris and final destination/origin in sub-Saharan Africa, and overestimate the number of travelers between Paris and final destination/origin in North Africa. This probably also explains the rather high growth rate of Paris-North African passengers between 2007 and 2014, and the relatively moderate growth rate of Paris-sub-Saharan African passengers.

Passengers between EU cities and North Africa in 2014:
1- Paris (3 airports): 7,441,976 (+1.3% compared to 2013; +11.0% compared to 2007)
2- London (6 airports): 2,458,983 (+4.8% ; +6.1%)
3- Brussels (2 airports): 1,676,161 (-5.5% ; +9.7%)
4- Marseille: 1,554,778 (+1.7% ; +30.8%)
5- Milan (3 airports): 1,385,363 (-4.2% ; -27.7%)
6- Lyon: 1,259,155 (+2.3% ; +8.7%)
7- Frankfurt: 1,066,727 (-1.2% ; -6.5%)
8- Rome (2 airports): 1,042,401 (-1.8% ; +5.8%)
9- Amsterdam: 925,737 (-11.5% ; -2.3%)
10- Madrid: 815,015 (+1.6% ; -13.0%)

Passengers between EU cities and sub-Saharan Africa in 2014:
1- Paris (3 airports): 4,740,694 (-0.8% compared to 2013; +11.1% compared to 2007)
2- London (6 airports): 3,166,701 (+1.0% ; -21.3%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,724,708 (+2.1% ; +11.2%)
4- Frankfurt: 1,375,487 (-7.1% ; +6.4%)
5- Lisbon: 989,782 (+1.4% ; +41.5%)
6- Brussels (2 airports): 859,623 (+4.3% ; +84.4%)
7- Madrid: 301,809 (-8.2% ; -6.9%)
8- Munich: 254,227 (+7.7% ; +20.4%)
9- Milan (3 airports): 236,435 (-13.3% ; -50.5%)
10- Rome (2 airports): 234,703 (+5.9% ; +29.0%)
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Old November 29th, 2015, 08:03 PM   #1435
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Why is Chicago O'Hare growing so fast? Is Midway on the same path?
More passengers per plane, the airport is up from an average of 70 passengers per plane to almost 90. Still it is low compared to other major airports, for example, Atlanta and Los Angeles have an average of 110 per plane.

Most major European and Asian airports have much higher number of passengers per plane than in North America, generally in the 120-150 range, this is mainly thanks to low cost airlines flying their 737 and A320s at 80 to 90+ load factor.

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Old November 30th, 2015, 06:17 PM   #1436
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Indian Airports - first 10 months (Jan - Oct 2015)

First 30 airports by passenger numbers for Jan - Oct followed by % change from the same period last year.

At this rate, Delhi will surely close the year with 45 Million + and Mumbai just above 40 Million. 6 airports with 10 M+ traffic, with Hyderabad joining for the first time

Delhi 37413749 14.5
Mumbai 33192725 16.3
Bangalore 14752148 25.5
Chennai 12500048 10.0
Kolkatta 9800328 11.2
Hyderabad 9723198 22.2
Cochin 6055893 21.0
Ahmedabad 4880664 24.8
Pune 4160554 29.6
Goa 4011576 11.0
Trivandrum 2787826 8.2
Lucknow 2481075 21.9
Jaipur 2193763 29.9
Guwahati 2152161 19.7
Calicut 2030343 -3.2
Srinagar 1832733 -6.9
Bhubaneshwar 1420879 31.4
Coimbatore 1345545 21.8
Indore 1335472 29.2
Mangalore 1281857 16.4
Vizag 1264473 44.5
Nagpur 1237590 15.0
Chandigarh 1207905 25.7
Patna 1191584 25.0
Trichy 1053443 10.7
Amritsar 936017 -0.7
Raipur 915489 26.2
Varanasi 913137 15.5
Jammu 888695 18.3
Bagdogra 832390 -1.1
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More passengers per plane, the airport is up from an average of 70 passengers per plane to almost 90. Still it is low compared to other major airports, for example, Atlanta and Los Angeles have an average of 110 per plane.

Most major European and Asian airports have much higher number of passengers per plane than in North America, generally in the 120-150 range, this is mainly thanks to low cost airlines flying their 737 and A320s at 80 to 90+ load factor.
But what led to this sudden increase in passengers per plane in Chicago? Is there a chance of Chicago to challenge Atlanta again in the future?
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Old December 4th, 2015, 05:58 AM   #1438
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Wow, congrats to ATL!
And impressive growth at ORD. Didn't expect it to grow that much.
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More passengers per plane, the airport is up from an average of 70 passengers per plane to almost 90. Still it is low compared to other major airports, for example, Atlanta and Los Angeles have an average of 110 per plane.

Most major European and Asian airports have much higher number of passengers per plane than in North America, generally in the 120-150 range, this is mainly thanks to low cost airlines flying their 737 and A320s at 80 to 90+ load factor.
I believe DXB has the highest with 203 passengers per aircraft.
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Dublin surpassed the all time high of 23.5 million from 2008 these days and will end up with more than 25 million this year
https://www.dublinairport.com/gns/at...rs_Record.aspx

Athens continues to growth with nearly 20% this year surpassing 18 million by year end
https://www.aia.gr/userfiles/675393d..._EN_112015.pdf

Chongqing recently broke the 30 million mark.

Ryanair counted 99.9 million passengers on rolling 12 months ending November 2015.
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