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Old July 17th, 2016, 08:15 PM   #1661
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Hey guys can anyone help me where i can get the latest figures for TOP 25 airports in the USA,CANADA,MEXICO(Basically NA) for the calendar year 2015 by total pax handled???
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Old July 18th, 2016, 05:17 PM   #1662
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Old July 19th, 2016, 09:40 AM   #1663
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You can found it on wikipedia.
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Old July 19th, 2016, 11:15 AM   #1664
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I tired Wiki. It shows 2014 stats. If there's a link to find the 2015 calendar year,wud be appreciated
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Old July 19th, 2016, 12:37 PM   #1665
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As another user suggested above, try anna.aero. It has developed downloadable nice excel sheets including main US/Canada/Mexico airports.
Otherwise, look into specific websites of each National statistics department (in the Mexican case, follow this link, which includes updated information until May 2016 so far)

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Old July 19th, 2016, 03:03 PM   #1666
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Try link below
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Old July 20th, 2016, 10:26 PM   #1667
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Traffic at the London airports in 2015 grew essentially for flights to and from the British Isles (+7.1% air passengers compared to the previous year), and to/from Continental Europe (+8.1%, with in particular to/from Romania: +29.1%, to/from Poland: +18.2%, to/from Denmark: +14.7%, to/from Greece: +10.5%, to/from Portugal: +9.5%, to/from Spain: +8.4%).

Traffic growth between the London airports and the rest of the world outside of Europe was much more subdued, with only +1.6% air passengers in 2015 compared to the previous year.

For Paris we don't have the detail of Beauvais Airport yet, we only have the detail for CDG and Orly, which make up nearly 96% of all traffic from the 3 Paris airports.

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All 2015 figures for the 3 Paris airports have finally been published, so here is the full report. I'm also adding Frankfurt and Amsterdam for comparison.

Domestic air passenger traffic in 2015 (domestic = British Isles for the London airports, Metropolitan France for the Paris airports, Germany for Frankfurt, N/A for Amsterdam):
- London airports: +7.1% compared to 2014
- Frankfurt airport: +3.0%
- Paris airports: +0.8%

Air passenger traffic to/from Europe (excl. Turkey and domestic market) in 2015:
- London airports: +8.1%
- Amsterdam airport: +7.8%
- Paris airports: +4.1%
- Frankfurt airport: +1.6%

Air passenger traffic to/from all regions of the world outside Europe in 2015:
- Paris airports: +3.5%
- Frankfurt airport: +3.3%
- Amsterdam airport: +2.2%
- London airports: +1.6%

TOTAL air passenger traffic to/from all destinations/origins:
- London airports: +5.9%
- Amsterdam airport: +5.8%
- Paris airports: +3.3%
- Frankfurt airport: +2.5%

We can see that the higher growth of London and Amsterdam in 2015 is due only to European traffic. Traffic with origins/destinations outside of Europe actually grew more at Paris and Frankfurt than at Amsterdam and London.

Here is the detail per region of the world outside Europe.

Air passenger traffic to/from East Asia in 2015:
- Frankfurt airport: +7.7%
- Paris airports: +7.0%
- Amsterdam airport: +4.6%
- London airports: +0.9%

Paris had the highest growth of all 4 metro areas with both Mainland China (+16.9%) and South Korea (+15.1%), but its traffic with Japan declined by 6.0%, whereas Frankfurt's traffic with Japan grew by 11.1%, which explains why Frankfurt edged Paris for total growth with East Asia in 2015.

Air passenger traffic to/from South-East Asia and Australia/NZ in 2015:
- London airports: +2.6%
- Amsterdam airport: -0.1%
- Frankfurt airport: -2.9%
- Paris airports: -3.9%

Air passenger traffic to/from the Indian subcontinent in 2015:
- Paris airports: +14.1%
- Frankfurt airport: +6.6%
- London airports: -5.7%
- Amsterdam airport: -30.5%

Air passenger traffic to/from Central Asia and the Caucasus in 2015:
- Paris airports: -3.7%
- Frankfurt airport: -4.6%
- Amsterdam airport: -5.8%
- London airports: -7.5%

Air passenger traffic to/from MENA (including Turkey) in 2015:
- Frankfurt airport: +6.7%
- London airports: +1.9%
- Paris airports: +1.2%
- Amsterdam airport: -0.4%

Air passenger traffic to/from sub-Saharan Africa in 2015:
- Paris airports: +3.6%
- Frankfurt airport: +1.0%
- Amsterdam airport: +0.7%
- London airports: -4.5%

Air passenger traffic to/from USA/Canada in 2015:
- Paris airports: +7.8%
- Amsterdam airport: +5.0%
- London airports: +2.7%
- Frankfurt airport: +1.2%

Of note, in 2015 Paris passed Frankfurt for air traffic with the US. There were 6,958,955 passengers between the US and the Paris airports vs 6,680,903 between the US and Frankfurt airport. Paris was already ahead of Frankfurt for USA/Canada (thanks to Canada), but it's now also ahead of Frankfurt for US traffic, and 2nd in Europe behind London.

Air passenger traffic to/from the Caribbean, the Guianas, and Cancun in 2015:
- London airports: +7.5%
- Frankfurt airport: +6.8%
- Amsterdam airport: +6.6%
- Paris airports: +0.4%

Air passenger traffic to/from continental Latin America (excluding Cancun) in 2015:
- London airports: +10.4%
- Amsterdam airport: +6.9%
- Paris airports: +1.6%
- Frankfurt airport: -2.8%
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Old July 21st, 2016, 03:21 AM   #1668
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The big growth in London was in The Large LCC hub out in Stansted. The LCC hubs in Frankfurt Hahn and Paris Beauvais are mere congested cowsheds with a runway attached. Horrible places miles out of town.
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Old July 21st, 2016, 03:04 PM   #1669
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The crisis continues to punish Brazilian airports. 2nd year straight with losses:

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Passageiros 2016 - Valor Acumulado  (2015/Variação %) 

                2016          2015        Var %

 1 - GRU    15.283.000    16.070.000    - 4,90%   Dados Jan/Mai
 2 - CGH     9.696.034     9.413.717    + 3,00%  
 3 - BSB     9.138.971     9.480.902    - 3,61%  
 4 - GIG     6.455.248     7.356.790    -12,25%   Dados Jan/Mai
 5 - CNF     4.836.438     5.601.851    -13,66%  
 6 - SDU     4.350.633     4.840.388    -10,12%  
 7 - VCP     3.832.438     4.382.344    -12,55%   Dados Jan/Mai
 8 - POA     3.712.744     4.131.826    -10,14%  
 9 - SSA     3.707.430     4.677.169    -20,73%  
10 - REC     3.335.071     3.333.153    + 0,06%  
11 - CWB     3.102.345     3.614.129    -14,16%  
12 - FOR     2.811.597     3.139.527    -10,45%  
13 - FLN     1.767.757     1.835.018    - 3,67%  
14 - BEL     1.540.792     1.828.133    -15,72%  
15 - VIX     1.524.014     1.788.818    -14,80%  
16 - GYN     1.483.459     1.625.650    - 8,75%  
17 - CGB     1.392.526     1.635.495    -14,86%  
18 - MAO     1.369.346     1.622.188    -15,59%  
19 - NAT     1.136.706     1.295.321    -12,25%  
20 - MCZ       983.053       977.993    + 0,52%  
21 - IGU       919.499     1.016.963    - 9,58%  
22 - SLZ       773.538       816.486    - 5,26%  
23 - NVT       757.825       712.452    + 6,37%  
24 - CGR       702.181       770.836    - 8,91%  
25 - JPA       637.095       748.765    -14,91%  
26 - AJU       619.840       635.256    - 2,43%
1. São Paulo/Guarulhos; 2. São Paulo/Congonhas; 3. Brasília; 4. Rio de Janeiro/Galeão; 5. Belo Horizonte/Confins; 6. Rio de Janeiro/Santos Dumont; 7. São Paulo-Campinas/Viracopos; 8. Porto Alegre; 9. Salvador; 10. Recife; 11. Curitiba; 12. Fortaleza; 13. Florianópolis; 14. Belém; 15. Vitória; 16. Goiânia; 17. Cuiabá; 18. Manaus; 19. Natal; 20. Maceió; 21. Foz do Iguaçu; 22. São Luís; 23. Itajaí/Navegantes; 24. Campo Grande; 25. João Pessoa; 26. Aracaju

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Old July 23rd, 2016, 12:40 PM   #1670
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Hello again,

I am bringing May update (still no sign from CLT so I am not waiting anymore )

Month of May has miscellaneous results.
The fastest growing airport is again DEL with more than 20% growth over the same month last year. Another rapidly expanding airport is BCN, probably due to shift of tourists from countries that have been hit by terrorist attacks and political unrest (like Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia).

All three biggest airport in Europe (LHR, FRA, CDG) and IST experienced decline in passengers growth.
Figures for LHR were down 0.85% on 2015 due to the earlier May bank holiday and a later half term.
Slowdown of FRA was mainly caused by restraint in holiday travel (particularly to destinations in Turkey and along the Mediterranean coast of northern Africa), drop of tourist from Far East following the recent terrorist attacks in Europe, public holiday timing and flight cancellation due to weather.
IST recent negative growth can be attributed to unstable political situation.
CDG slowdown was caused by ATC strike, fear of terrorist attacks (ORY on the other hand is growing more than 6%, this airport handles more leisure destination).

ATL, DEL, BOM and MNL has reached new record in passengers handled in the single month. ATL handled 9 430 556 passengers - this is the highest number ever (I do expect more than 9.5 million in June, July and August)

On 12-month rolling basis:
DXB surpassed 80 million passenger mark as 3rd airport in the world (after ATL and PEK)
DEL crossed 50 million passenger mark as 24th airport in the world, 11th on the continent and 1st in the country





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Old July 23rd, 2016, 04:44 PM   #1671
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A map showing in which countries/territories each of Europe's big 4 city airport systems dominated in 2015. For example the countries/territories in red had more air passengers with the 6 London airports than with the 3 Paris airports or with Frankfurt airport or with Amsterdam airport. The countries/territories in grey had no direct air traffic with any of Europe's top 4 air cities in 2015. The largest countries with no air traffic with Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Paris in 2015 were Myanmar (52 million inh.) and Sudan (39 million inh.).



There are several interesting things there. We can see that Paris dominates in all its former colonies/protectorates, but London does not dominate in all its former colonies (Ghana and Gambia have more air traffic with Amsterdam than London; Sierra Leone, Seychelles and Mauritius have more air traffic with Paris than London, although of course the last two were French colonies before being British colonies; etc). In particular, London (British Airways) seems to have abandoned East Africa, where Amsterdam (Lufthansa) is now dominant.

For non-former colonies of the four countries, Frankfurt dominates in the former USSR, whereas Paris dominates in East Asia and in Latin America.

Eastern Europe is almost funny in its juvenile Londo/Brito-mania. When places like Poland, the Baltic States, Hungary have more air traffic with London than with Frankfurt, you know something is really twisted. Perhaps this is due to the quasi-general abandonment of foreign language teaching other than English in those countries after the fall of the Berlin Wall, under the influence of America, Radio Free Europe, and all the like.

In Western Europe, obviously the colors don't mean much in several of these countries, as they are as much accessible by train as by plan. If train traffic was included, obviously Germany would be green, Belgium and Switzerland would be blue, Netherlands would be pink.
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Old July 23rd, 2016, 05:10 PM   #1672
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Almost all LatinAmerican countries have got Madrid Airport like number 1 in Europe, in number of passengers.
You should count it...
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Old July 23rd, 2016, 06:44 PM   #1673
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Intercontinental destinations from EU4 hubs: LON, PAR, FRA, AMS

Related to this I can show a map I made for these big 4 of Western Europe, but then not including all airlines but only the home carriers, so British Airways for LHR/LGW, Air France for CDG/ORY, Lufthansa for FRA and KLM for AMS. The map shows direct (but not necessarily nonstop) daily flights to intercontinental destinations (1 square = 1 daily flight or 6-8 flights per week; a half square indicates a less than daily flight, e.g. 3 per week). This also includes codeshare flights, and is valid for the Northern Summer season of 2016 (more specifically the week ending today).

Regions are based on the United Nations geoscheme, except for Iran (I included it in Western Asia instead of South Asia), the Caucasus (added to Central Asia), and Oceania (combined to form one region). Turkey and Russia are not included.
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Most of the map looks similar to the map by Minato ku, with the former colonies and overseas territories indeed very well visible (especially in the Caribbean, with BA, AF, and KL all flying to various destinations, and LH to none).

A small remark to your map, Minato ku, is that Aruba or Curaçao seems to be missing. Both of them should be pink in your map, but there is only one small pink dot there. If you include territories as well, Bonaire would be a third pink dot.
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Old July 24th, 2016, 09:49 AM   #1674
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Related to this I can show a map I made for these big 4 of Western Europe, but then not including all airlines but only the home carriers, so British Airways for LHR/LGW, Air France for CDG/ORY, Lufthansa for FRA and KLM for AMS. The map shows direct (but not necessarily nonstop) daily flights to intercontinental destinations (1 square = 1 daily flight or 6-8 flights per week; a half square indicates a less than daily flight, e.g. 3 per week). This also includes codeshare flights, and is valid for the Northern Summer season of 2016 (more specifically the week ending today).

Regions are based on the United Nations geoscheme, except for Iran (I included it in Western Asia instead of South Asia), the Caucasus (added to Central Asia), and Oceania (combined to form one region). Turkey and Russia are not included.

Most of the map looks similar to the map by Minato ku, with the former colonies and overseas territories indeed very well visible (especially in the Caribbean, with BA, AF, and KL all flying to various destinations, and LH to none).

A small remark to your map, Minato ku, is that Aruba or Curaçao seems to be missing. Both of them should be pink in your map, but there is only one small pink dot there. If you include territories as well, Bonaire would be a third pink dot.
For BOM & DEL, I think Jet Airways, Air India and Virgin Atlantic frequencies are missing - not sure if they are not part of any of the code share flights that you had included
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Some of these flights are included, because codesharing takes place:
  • Air India Delhi to Frankfurt (AI121/120), Lufthansa code LH7253/7252.
  • Jet Airways Delhi to Amsterdam (9W234/233), KLM code KL872/871.
  • Jet Airways Mumbai to Amsterdam (9W232/231), KLM code KL3814/3813.
  • Jet Airways Mumbai to Paris (9W124/123), Air France code AF5109/5108.
Air India and Lufthansa are both member of Star Alliance, therefore they codeshare on this flight. Jet Airways has a cooperation with Air France-KLM, so they codeshare, mainly for connectivity to the US. Virgin Atlantic is a key competitor of British Airways, so of course they don't codeshare.
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Some of these flights are included, because codesharing takes place:
  • Air India Delhi to Frankfurt (AI121/120), Lufthansa code LH7253/7252.
  • Jet Airways Delhi to Amsterdam (9W234/233), KLM code KL872/871.
  • Jet Airways Mumbai to Amsterdam (9W232/231), KLM code KL3814/3813.
  • Jet Airways Mumbai to Paris (9W124/123), Air France code AF5109/5108.
Air India and Lufthansa are both member of Star Alliance, therefore they codeshare on this flight. Jet Airways has a cooperation with Air France-KLM, so they codeshare, mainly for connectivity to the US. Virgin Atlantic is a key competitor of British Airways, so of course they don't codeshare.
So the LHR flights by AI and 9W are being missed (5 from DEL and 3 from BOM daily between them).
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Not missed, that is just not part of the map. Only flights from London by British Airways and codeshare partners are included.

The map aims to show the airline hub systems of these four cities. The flights by AI and 9W to London do not strengthen British Airways' hub system, because no transfer to and from BA flights is possible on one flight ticket. On the other hand, e.g. the 9W flights to Amsterdam do strengthen KLM's hub in Amsterdam, because of the codesharing, so those are included.
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Eastern Europe is almost funny in its juvenile Londo/Brito-mania. When places like Poland, the Baltic States, Hungary have more air traffic with London than with Frankfurt, you know something is really twisted. Perhaps this is due to the quasi-general abandonment of foreign language teaching other than English in those countries after the fall of the Berlin Wall, under the influence of America, Radio Free Europe, and all the like.
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Eastern Europe is served by many German airports not just Frankfurt, while the UK is much more centralized.

Also many people just take the bus or train from eastern Europe to Germany. Or they simply just drive.
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Eastern Europe is served by many German airports not just Frankfurt, while the UK is much more centralized.

Also many people just take the bus or train from eastern Europe to Germany. Or they simply just drive.
Europe has extensive private bus networks and with no baggage restrictions either. Eastern Europe is mainly served by LCCs with very restrictive baggage allowances. You will be hammered if you go over 10Kg.
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Old July 25th, 2016, 01:43 AM   #1680
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Eastern Europe is served by many German airports not just Frankfurt, while the UK is much more centralized.

Also many people just take the bus or train from eastern Europe to Germany. Or they simply just drive.
Exactly. Except for Bucharest, most services to Romania are served by Munich. Also, the Romanian migrant population in Grmany, despite balooning to 450.000 last year, often uses cars given the shorter distance. My dad used to work therea and he never set foot in a plane.

Of course, London is the "big" European destination due to its single weight, large Romanian migrant population and dominance as the top tourist attraction for Romanians engaged in "big city" tourism.

Also, notice that most of Europe has closer links to London than with Frankfurt and/or Paris. The big exception is of course Russia.
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