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Old January 25th, 2016, 04:27 PM   #1501
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Old January 25th, 2016, 05:35 PM   #1502
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sorry I have been so quiet lately, was on vacation, far far away from computer
Here is updated November monthly figures (HND released NOV data on Friday)



Many US airport experienced double digit growth (ATL, ORD, LAX, SFO, LAS, MIA, MCO, SEA), most of them having highest % growth in couple of years, for example ATL - previously double digit % growth occured back in August 2007 with more than 11%. Also ATL transported 830 thousand more passengers than in Nov 2014.

PEK suffered due to the heavy snowfall during 21 to 22 November

CDG decreased passenger traffic due to terrorist attack happend on 13 November

As we see the traffic from Dec 14 to Nov 15 my prediction is the rank would be the same as it is now. This would mean LHR end up at the 6th position, the worst position ever.
Also apart of CGK all airports shows positive growth in that period, which would be incredible achievement. However KUL already released end year statistics and the traffic decreased, so in top 40, there will be minimum 2 airports with negative growth in 2015.
Bubbalo can you please show us the next in the list from 41 to 50 airports...thank you very much for this...greetings from Mexico.
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Old January 26th, 2016, 07:35 PM   #1503
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bubbalo: Thanks for update. Any info what caused Jakarta and KUL decline? most of the asia is showing impressive growth

Also, im wondering if it would be technically possible for PVG to reach 100 mio in the future.

And looking at 2nd and 3rd place, its hard to tell which airport will be the second in the world to reach 100 millon/year. PEK is well ahead, but chances of DXB are not too small either (imo despite capacity issues)
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Old January 27th, 2016, 05:29 PM   #1504
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Passageiros 2015 - Valor Acumulado (2014/Variação %)

1 - GRU - 38.984.587 ( 39.537.000 / -1,40% )
2 - BSB - 19.821.796 ( 18.146.405 / + 9,23% )
3 - CGH - 19.222.657 ( 18.134.768 / + 6,00% )
4 - GIG - 15.505.970 ( 15.620.982 / -0,74% ) Jan/Nov
5 - CNF - 11.304.284 ( 10.829.403 / + 4,39% )
6 - VCP - 10.324.658 ( 9.846.853 / + 4,85% )
7 - SDU - 9.464.771 ( 9.924.977 / -4,64% )
8 - SSA - 8.745.710 ( 9.152.159 / -4,44% )
9 - POA - 8.349.170 ( 8.447.380 / -1,16% )
10 - CWB - 7.277.036 ( 7.376.743 / -1,35% )
11 - REC - 6.692.108 ( 7.190.381 / -6,93% )
12 - FOR - 6.335.125 ( 6.501.822 / -2,56% )
13 - BEL - 3.711.673 ( 3.890.791 / -4,60% )
14 - FLN - 3.649.851 ( 3.629.074 / + 0,57% )
15 - VIX - 3.578.914 ( 3.522.674 / + 1,60% )
16 - CGB - 3.306.480 ( 3.302.940 / + 0,11% )
17 - GYN - 3.301.452 ( 3.363.192 / -1,84% )
18 - MAO - 3.238.648 ( 3.389.867 / -4,46% )
19 - NAT - 2.584.355 ( 2.516.871 / + 2,68% )
20 - IGU - 2.057.159 ( 1.880.564 / + 9,39% )
21 - MCZ - 1.980.821 ( 1.893.688 / + 4,60% )
22 - SLZ - 1.687.100 ( 1.833.799 / -8,00% )
23 - CGR - 1.550.041 ( 1.638.513 / -5,40% )
24 - NVT - 1.477.957 ( 1.351.557 / + 9,35% )
25 - JPA - 1.340.879 ( 1.327.284 / + 1,02% )
26 - AJU - 1.280.068 ( 1.377.535 / -7,08% )


Passageiros Domésticos 2015 - Valor Acumulado (2014/Variação %)

1 - GRU - 25.364.292 ( 25.956.000 / -2,28% )
2 - CGH - 19.222.657 ( 18.134.768 / + 6,00% )
3 - BSB - 19.110.040 ( 17.516.090 / + 9,10% )
4 - GIG - 11.752.736 ( 11.929.414 / -1,48% ) Jan/Nov
5 - CNF - 10.911.936 ( 10.399.368 / + 4,93% )
6 - VCP - 9.678.533 ( 9.743.432 / -0,67% )
7 - SDU - 9.464.771 ( 9.924.977 / -4,64% )
8 - SSA - 8.409.352 ( 8.835.077 / -4,82% )
9 - POA - 7.840.325 ( 7.832.914 / + 0,09% )
10 - CWB - 7.144.927 ( 7.228.326 / -1,15% )
11 - REC - 6.422.773 ( 6.889.246 / -6,77% )
12 - FOR - 6.098.085 ( 6.259.558 / -2,58% )
13 - BEL - 3.601.756 ( 3.796.729 / -5,14% )
14 - VIX - 3.578.914 ( 3.521.824 / + 1,62% )
15 - FLN - 3.483.315 ( 3.456.471 / + 0,78% )
16 - CGB - 3.306.480 ( 3.301.835 / + 0,14% )
17 - GYN - 3.301.452 ( 3.363.192 / -1,84% )
18 - MAO - 3.011.444 ( 3.141.152 / -4,13% )
19 - NAT - 2.504.036 ( 2.429.346 / + 3,07% )
20 - IGU - 1.980.093 ( 1.797.166 / + 10,18% )
21 - MCZ - 1.979.863 ( 1.890.245 / + 4,74% )
22 - SLZ - 1.687.083 ( 1.833.719 / -8,00% )
23 - CGR - 1.546.878 ( 1.634.877 / -5,38% )
24 - NVT - 1.477.677 ( 1.351.347 / + 9,35% )
25 - JPA - 1.340.879 ( 1.327.284 / + 1,02% )
26 - AJU - 1.280.068 ( 1.377.535 / -7,08% )


Passageiros Internacionais 2015 - Valor Acumulado (2014/Variação %)

1 - GRU - 13.620.295 ( 13.581.000 / + 0,29% )
2 - GIG - 3.753.234 ( 3.691.568 / + 1,67% ) Jan/Nov
3 - BSB - 711.756 ( 630.315 / + 12,92% )
4 - VCP - 646.125 ( 103.421 / + 524,75% )
5 - POA - 508.845 ( 614.466 / -17,19% )
6 - CNF - 392.348 ( 430.035 / -8,76% )
7 - SSA - 336.358 ( 317.082 / + 6,08% )
9 - REC - 269.335 ( 301.135 / -10,56% )
8 - FOR - 237.040 ( 242.264 / -2,16% )
10 - MAO - 227.204 ( 248.715 / -8,65% )
11 - FLN - 166.536 ( 172.603 / -3,52% )
12 - CWB - 132.109 ( 148.417 / -10,99% )
13 - BEL - 109.917 ( 94.062 / + 16,86% )
14 - NAT - 80.319 ( 87.525 / -8,23% )
15 - IGU - 77.066 ( 83.398 / -7,59% )
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Old January 28th, 2016, 07:25 PM   #1505
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bubbalo: Thanks for update. Any info what caused Jakarta and KUL decline? most of the asia is showing impressive growth

Also, im wondering if it would be technically possible for PVG to reach 100 mio in the future.

And looking at 2nd and 3rd place, its hard to tell which airport will be the second in the world to reach 100 millon/year. PEK is well ahead, but chances of DXB are not too small either (imo despite capacity issues)
As far as I know CGK decreased flight movement per hour due to safety issues, KUL has been impacted by restructuring of Malaysia Airlines.

About PVG I am not sure, because its not clear to me what would be the ultimate capacity once the new satelite concourse is completed. I would assume somewhere after 2020 PVG would cross that number.

Guessing the second 100+ passenger airport is very tricky. Here are some facts:
DXB has already flight movement capacity constrains, would not grow forever at double digits, but with steady pace it might really happen around 2020. Look at LHR, almost the same flight movements numbers, but passenger numbers grows every year.
PEK is "only" 10 mil passengers from crossing that line, but there is not much spare capacity at runways. Situation is similar to DXB.
It depends only on the airlines. If Emirates decide to relocate to DWC and major chinese airlines to the new Beijing airport, we might forget about them, it would take another couple of years to cross 100+ passengers. In that case I would not be shy and nominate ORD (with strategic position and new runway layout) but this is more a fiction than reasonable guess.

My personal bet goes to PEK, this year passengers increased almost by 4 milion, if the growth is maintained (however i doubt it) we are there in 2018, maybe 2019.
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Old January 29th, 2016, 10:17 AM   #1506
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Regarding PEK. Last September they started with construction of the 4th runway, aimed for arrivals. 2800m long RWY should be located to the east of the current easternmost one and finished at the end of 2017. Let say 12-15% increase of movement capacity. 100m in 2018 doable.
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Old January 30th, 2016, 02:41 PM   #1507
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Regarding PEK. Last September they started with construction of the 4th runway, aimed for arrivals. 2800m long RWY should be located to the east of the current easternmost one and finished at the end of 2017. Let say 12-15% increase of movement capacity. 100m in 2018 doable.
Do you have some proof? Pictures? Renders? Only I could find is several articles published around September last year, but nothing else about it.
I am a bit skeptical about it, since they are already building new airport, why bother building a runway at current one.
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Old January 30th, 2016, 05:16 PM   #1508
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Passeggers traffic statistics in sicilian airport in 2015 (*excluding Lampedusa and Pantelleria)




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Catania 7.105.292 (-2,7%)
International: 2.127.638

Palermo 4.910.791 (7,4%)
International: 999.376

Trapani 1.586.992 (-0,7%)
International: 389.966

Comiso 372.963 (13,6%)
International: 144.649

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TOTAL: 13.976.038
International: 3.661.629
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Old January 30th, 2016, 09:34 PM   #1509
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İST may pass DFW and CDG in 2016 elevating its position to 9th globally.
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Old January 30th, 2016, 11:20 PM   #1510
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Hi! Guys am new here, anyways, Is there anyone knew a weekly schedule of airlines flight, Lamezia Terme (SUF)-Rome (FCO) vice versa route? Thank you..
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Old January 31st, 2016, 12:03 PM   #1511
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Munich airport hits almost 41 million

Munich Airport passenger traffic passes 40 million for first time in 2015
Munich Airport posted an all-time high for passenger numbers in 2015, with volumes climbing by +3.2% year-on-year to 41 million. It is the first time that the Bavarian airport has topped the 40 million passenger mark.



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Old February 1st, 2016, 03:29 PM   #1512
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http://www.dubaiairports.ae/corporat...engers-in-2015

Dubai, UAE – February 1, 2016 – Dubai International retained its position as the world’s number one hub for international passengers by registering annual traffic of just over 78 million in 2015, according to a traffic report issued by operator Dubai Airports today.

Boosted by the growth of some 100 airlines that connect Dubai International to more than 240 destinations around the world, most notably Emirates and flydubai, annual passenger traffic at DXB surged 10.7 per cent to reach a record 78,014,838 passengers in 2015 compared to 70,473,893 recorded during 2014. Passenger numbers in December 2015 totalled 7,053,243, an increase of 8.5 per cent compared to 6,498,573 recorded during the same month in 2014, taking the average monthly traffic for the year to a record high of 6.5 million. It was the second time in the year after August when monthly traffic exceeded the 7 million mark.
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Old February 2nd, 2016, 06:09 AM   #1513
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Indian airports - 2015 passenger numbers

(First 30 airports with at least 1 Million passengers in 2015. Passenger numbers followed by % change from 2014)

Delhi 45981773 15.7
Mumbai 40637377 16.1
Bangalore 18111096 25.2
Chennai 14782281 7.0
Kolkatta 12056258 12.3
Hyderabad 11915094 21.7
Cochin 7383199 19.7
Ahmedabad 6077167 26.3
Pune 5090277 29.0
Goa 5076507 12.1
Trivandrum 3366864 8.0
Lucknow 3047157 23.5
Jaipur 2730159 31.5
Guwahati 2622720 20.8
Calicut 2416461 -3.8
Srinagar 2155597 -1.8
Bhubaneshwar 1766351 28.2
Coimbatore 1630538 20.3
Indore 1627791 28.3
Mangalore 1587379 20.5
Vizag 1577498 49.4
Nagpur 1534037 15.6
Patna 1465401 26.9
Chandigarh 1452931 26.9
Trichy 1274691 9.3
Varanasi 1215686 23.6
Amritsar 1166399 4.3
Raipur 1133991 27.8
Jammu 1082630 18.2
Bagdogra 1031804 2.2
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2014 6.703.139 +6% (380.000)
2013 6.324.551 +6% (370.000)
2012 5.953.857 +7% (400.000)
2011 5.554.026 +7% (370.000)
2010 5.180.866 +6% (280.000)
2009 4.897.975 -6% (-300.000)
2008 5.200.368 +5% (250.000)
2007 4.945.935 +12% (520.000)
2006 4.425.877 +12% (490.000)
2005 3.939.027
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Old February 4th, 2016, 10:23 PM   #1515
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http://www.torontopearson.com/en/gtaa/statistics/##

To cap off an incredible year at Pearson, December had a 4.8% increase over Dec 2014. YYZ grew 6.4% in 2015. This is an increase of almost 2.5 million passengers compared to 2014. YYZ exceeded 41 million with a final total of 41,036,847. Domestic was up 4.4%, Transborder (to the US) up 6.2%, and International up 8.9%


Canada's 5 Busiest Airports

YYZ: 41,036,847 (6.4%)
YVR: 20,315,978 (4.9%)
YUL: 14,303,963 (4.6%)*stats up to November
YYC: 15,475,759 (1.4%)
YEG: 7,280,920 (-0.7%)
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The first thirty European airports in 2015



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Not sure about IST and total traffic numbers. Official Turkish stats says 61 322 729 passenger were transported, almost half a milion lower than ACI stats. The problem is with month of December I would assume. ACI claims IST transported 5 488 000 passengers with 21,4%, given the relatively slow growth in recent months (IST is getting full, less (no) Russians travel to Turkey) I think it is overestimated. This fact also supports only 4,3% growth in traffic movements. Either way one agency is wrong.
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Dublin Airport traffic still accelerating hard.
January 2016 was up 17% on January 2015.

If this trend is maintained for the year Dublin will hit 29m pax up from 20m in 2013. Easily the fastest growing airport in the developed world.
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I still don't have figures for SFO and NYC airports (probably and hopefully by end of the week) but I can already present you "battle for the 3rd busiest airport" graph.



Simply said - four of them are winners one of the is looser
Looking at it from the top to the bottom:

DXB reached 78 mil passengers this year, becoming 3rd busiest airport in the world. The double digit growth in the middle of the year was caused by runaway closure back in 2014. Otherwise DXB would end up probably with less than 77 million passengers

4th busiest was surprisingly ORD preceding its own maximum back in 2005. Seems modernization plan is slowly giving ORD's renowned status back

Then there is HND crossing 75 million passenger bar, robust international growth held up HND in the position of the 5th busiest airport

As predicted before, LHR ended up in the worst position since opened - on 6th place this year. The necessity of additional runway is urgent. If LAX as 7th busiest maintain its growth in 2016 LHR would be blown even lower

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I cannot see a single shovel onsite on LHR runway 3 this side of 2020 the way the UK does 'planning'. In the interim IAG ( BA) bought Aer Lingus for 2 reasons.

1. To divert US bound traffic from the North UK via Dublin as far as possible rather than via LHR
2. Most of the enterprise value of Aer Lingus was its long held Heathrow slots. AL uses A320s on these slots and BA would like to use a 777 or A380 on those slots again with AL moving to an A330 regional type aircraft for their services.

Other than swapping wides into slots used by narrows today Heathrow cannot realistically grow much for many years. The old terminals 1 and 3 are to be demolished over the next 5 or 6 years with T2 expanding into their footprints which will also constrain growth capacity somewhat until that process is completed.

Terminal 5, the biggest opened in 2008 and is almost maxed out already. The new runway will have a new terminal itself but both are probably not operational until 2025 or so.
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