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Old August 4th, 2016, 11:25 PM   #1701
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Enough already of this Paris vs London, there have been 2948574363 threads on this subject
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Old August 5th, 2016, 03:22 AM   #1702
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Enough already of this Paris vs London
I tried to do it nicely.
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Old August 7th, 2016, 05:24 PM   #1703
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Owing to the impact of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan on travel patterns during an already traditionally slow month, traffic in June dipped 1 per cent to 5,857,503, compared to 5,914,671 recorded during June 2015.

http://www.emirates247.com/business/...08-07-1.638267

When was the last time we witnessed DXB pax monthly numbers drop year on year in the last 20-30 years except the time of the runway works? I don't recall, and could this be due to over capacity, and serious slow down. Let's not forget Emirates, and FlyDubai have added plenty of new aircraft, and seats since a year ago so this only tells me load factors, and maybe revenue are also down.
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Old August 7th, 2016, 06:30 PM   #1704
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When was the last time we witnessed DXB pax monthly numbers drop year on year in the last 20-30 years except the time of the runway works? I don't recall, and could this be due to over capacity, and serious slow down. Let's not forget Emirates, and FlyDubai have added plenty of new aircraft, and seats since a year ago so this only tells me load factors, and maybe revenue are also down.
Indeed. And the Brexit factor is absent in June stats, that is yet to come according to industry rumours. I think you will see Chinese an Indian sub c traffic accounted for the drop if you get more data.
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Old August 8th, 2016, 10:02 AM   #1705
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Owing to the impact of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan on travel patterns during an already traditionally slow month, traffic in June dipped 1 per cent to 5,857,503, compared to 5,914,671 recorded during June 2015.

http://www.emirates247.com/business/...08-07-1.638267

When was the last time we witnessed DXB pax monthly numbers drop year on year in the last 20-30 years except the time of the runway works? I don't recall, and could this be due to over capacity, and serious slow down. Let's not forget Emirates, and FlyDubai have added plenty of new aircraft, and seats since a year ago so this only tells me load factors, and maybe revenue are also down.
Well there had been 4 + 3 occasions since 2001 when DXB showed negative growth.
2003 March and April which coincidence with Iraqi Invasion. Other 9 months in that year grew double digit.
2008 September - wasn't this also effect of Ramadan??
2009 February - most probably due to leap year
and then 2014 - May, June, July - runway reconstruction.
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Old August 10th, 2016, 10:19 AM   #1706
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wasn't that runway reconstruction 2014?
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Old August 10th, 2016, 10:52 AM   #1707
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wasn't that runway reconstruction 2014?
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Old August 13th, 2016, 04:43 PM   #1708
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MEX for the 1st time with more than 4 million passenger within one month in July 2016
http://www.aicm.com.mx/acercadelaicm...sticas2016.pdf
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Old August 13th, 2016, 09:51 PM   #1709
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Amsterdam in July

6,379,598 +7.8%

Last 12 months 61,433,686

Probably Schiphol has surpassed Ataturk in July, although I think Ataturk's July data is not yet out.
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Old August 13th, 2016, 11:07 PM   #1710
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Amsterdam in July

6,379,598 +7.8%

Last 12 months 61,433,686

Probably Schiphol has surpassed Ataturk in July, although I think Ataturk's July data is not yet out.
Yep, AMS is as of July 3rd busiest airport in Europe.
AMS - 61 433 686
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FRA - 60 655 848
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Sicily's aiports statistics in first semester 2016

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Catania: 3.484.525 (var. 6,5%)

Comiso: 226.096 (var. 37,4%)

Palermo: 2.402.931 (var. 12,4%)

Trapani: 695.466 (var. -4,4%)



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Total: 6.809.018

* excluding Lampedusa and Pantelleria airports
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Old August 27th, 2016, 09:02 PM   #1712
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Busiest domestic routes during February 2016 at ATL, LAX, ORD, DFW, DEN, JFK, SFO, MIA and LAS. I will update PHX, MCO, SEA and IAH statistics tomorrow.


1. ATLANTA, GEORGIA (ATL): 7.431.314 passengers

1. Orlando International MCO: 225.283 passengers +27.734 passengers
2. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood FLL: 193.007 passengers +8.333 passengers
3. Tampa Int'l TPA: 170.583 passengers+22.589 passengers
4. New York LaGuardia LGA: 165.053 passengers +31.434 passengers
5. Los Angeles International LAX : 156.883 passengers +36.741 passengers
6. Dallas Fort Worth DFW : 140.260 passengers +4.944 passengers
7. Miami International MIA: 137.872 passengers +17.648 passengers
8. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 134.130 passengers +14.980 passengers
9. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA : 133.671 passengers +24.337 passengers
10. Philadelphia International PHL: 128.095 passengers +9.722 passengers
11. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County DTW: 124.851 passengers +18.345 passengers
12. Denver International DEN: 116.480 passengers +13.016 passengers
13. New Orleans Louis Amstrong MSY: 116.100 passengers +11.525 passengers
14. Jacksonville International JAX: 115.525 passengers +12.190 passengers
15. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 110.981 passengers +5.242 passengers

2. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LAX): 5.458.393 passengers

1. San Francisco International SFO: 269.552 passengers +6.385 passengers
2. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 243.394 passengers -2.011 passengers
3. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 207.031 passengers +41.822 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW : 183.240 passengers +24.295 passengers
5. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 179.872 passengers +27.367 passengers
6. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 156.883 passengers +36.741 passengers
7. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 154.027 passengers +8.784 passengers
8. Denver International DEN: 151.803 passengers +22.926 passengers
9. Honolulu International HNL: 142.292 passengers -37.180 passengers
10. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 121.339 passengers -9.079 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 114.588 passengers +31.684 passengers
12. Salt Lake City International SLC: 98.954 passengers -6.712 passengers
13. Newark Liberty EWR: 98.567 passengers +15.151 passengers
14. Miami International MIA: 92.784 passengers +13.026 passengers
15. San José Mineta SJC: 88.963 passengers -4.441 passengers



3.CHICAGO O'HARE, ILLINOIS (ORD): 5.108.012 passengers

1. New York LaGuardia LGA: 199.411 passengers +19.601 passengers
2. Los Angeles International LAX: 179.872 passengers +27.367 passengers
3. San Francisco International SFO: 149.061 passengers +20.010 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 146.411 passengers +17.525 passengers
5. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 134.130 passengers +14.980 passengers
6. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: [B]133.109 passengers+8.904 passengers
7. Orlando International MCO: 131.674 passengers +25.182 passengers
8. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 124.563 passengers +5.407 passengers
9. Denver International DEN: 119.938 passengers -2.491 passengers
10. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 105.924 passengers +13.992 passengers
11. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 103.408 passengers +13.512 passengers
12. Miami International MIA: 102.588 passengers +6.215 passengers
13. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 100.783 passengers +8.608 passengers
14. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA: 89.180 passengers +5.462 passengers
14. Philadelphia International PHL: 87.728 passengers +6.194 passengers
15. Newark Liberty EWR: 80.377 passengers -660 passengers

4. DALLAS FORT WORTH, TEXAS (DFW): 4.842.430 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 183.240 passengers +23.295 passengers
2. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 146.411 passengers +17.525 passengers
3. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 140.260 passengers +4.944 passengers
4. Denver International DEN: 129.916 passengers +14.435 passengers
5. New York LaGuardia LGA: 110.832 passengers +19.061 passengers
6. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 107.472 passengers +11.198 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 104.925 passengers +2.285 passengers
8. San Francisco International SFO: 103.518 passengers +14.436 passengers
9. Miami International MIA: 100.271 passengers +21.812 passengers
10. Austin Begrstrom AUS: 90.169 passengers +8.656 passengers
11. Orlando International MCO: 89.739 passengers +11.095 passengers
12. San Antonio International SAT: 86.186 passengers +5.218 passengers
13. San Diego International SAN: 85.197 passengers +10.229 passengers
14. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 84.666 passengers +4.420 passengers
15. Philadelphia International PHL: 75.544 passengers +6.726 passengers


5. DENVER INTERNATIONAL, COLORADO (DEN): 4.069.006 passengers

1. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 181.606 passengers +6.932 passengers
2. Los Angeles International LAX: 151.803 passengers +22.926 passengers
3. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 144.616 passengers +17.420 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 129.916 passengers +14.435 passengers
5. Salt Lake City International SLC: 129.695 passengers +14.506 passengers
6. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 119.938 passengers -2.491 passengers
7. San Francisco International SFO: 117.371 passengers +14.597 passengers
8. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 116.480 passengers +13.016 passengers
9. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 112.671 passengers +9.713 passengers
10. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 111.190 passengers -518 passengers
11. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 101.947 passengers +20.768 passengers
12. San Diego International SAN: 89.443 passengers +7.949 passengers
13. Orlando International MCO: 88.495 passengers +22.996 passengers
14. Santa Ana John Wayne SNA: 69.278 passengers -2.145 passengers
15. Portland International PDX: 63.845 passengers +10.070 passengers


6. NEW YORK CITY JFK, NEW YORK (JFK): 3.875.364 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 243.394 passengers -2.011 passengers
2. San Francisco International Airport SFO: 149.404 passengers -8.533 passengers
3. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood FLL: 128.230 passengers +28.904 passengers
4. Orlando International MCO: 104.054 passengers +8.762 passengers
5. San Juan de Puerto Rico Luís Muñoz Marín SJU: 101.051 passengers +7.572 passengers
6. Miami International MIA: 96.822 passengers +15.832 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 81.305 passengers +7.130 passengers
8. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 80.979 passengers +6.229 passengers
9. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 55.414 passengers +8.729 passengers
10. Tampa International TPA: 49.330 passengers +5.269 passengers
11. Salt Lake City International SLC: 46.292 passengers +3.799 passengers
12. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 45.732 passengers -1.316 passengers
13. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 43.661 passengers +7.385 passengers
14. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 40.517 passengers +7.554 passengers
15. San Diego International SAN: 36.722 passengers +10.753 passengers


7. SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL, CALIFORNIA (SFO): 3.543.741 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 269.552 passengers +6.385 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 169.597 passengers +25.545 passengers
2. Nueva York John F.Kennedy JFK: 149.404 passengers -8.533 passengers
3. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 149.061 passengers +20.010 passengers
4. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 138.849 passengers +1.668 passengers
5. San Diego International SAN: 117.403 passengers +17.922 passengers
6. Denver International DEN: 117.371 passengers +14.597 passengers
7. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 103.518 passengers +14.436 passengers
8. Newark Liberty EWR: 103.125 passengers+20.956 passengers
9. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 100.825 passengers +11.357 passengers
10. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 85.430 passengers +15.507 passengers
11. Portland International PDX: 76.541 passengers +6.594 passengers
12. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 71.439 pasajeros -7.170 pasajeros
14. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 70.913 passengers -4.727 passengers
15. Honolulu International HNL: 69.525 passengers +9.371 passengers


8. MIAMI INTERNATIONAL, FLORIDA (MIA): 3.518.798 passengers

1. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 137.872 passengers +17.648 passengers
2. New York LaGuardia LGA: 136.160 passengers +2.629 passengers
3. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 102.588 passengers +6.215 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 100.271 passengers +21.812 passengers
2. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 96.822 passengers +15.832 passengers
3. Los Angeles International LAX: 92.784 passengers +13.026 passengers
4. Newark Liberty EWR: 76.014 passengers +10.806 passengers
5. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 70.391 passengers +9.336 passengers
6. Philadelphia International PHL: 69.883 passengers +7000 passengers
7. Orlando International MCO: 68.984 passengers -11.010 passengers
8. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA : 64.815 passengers +1.523 passengers
10. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 64.311 passengers +9.904 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 64.150 passengers +10.164 passengers
12. San Juan de Puerto Rico Luís Muñoz Marín SJU: 56.629 passengers -1.328 passengers
13. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 41.410 passengers +9.300 passengers
14. Tampa International TPA: 38.954 passengers +389 passengers
15. Denver International DEN: 38.742 passengers -2.980 passengers


9. LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN, NEVADA (LAS):

1. Los Angeles International LAX: Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 207.031 passengers +41.822 passengers
2. San Francisco International Airport SFO: 169.597 passengers +25.545 passengers
3. Denver International DEN: 144.616 passengers +17.420 passengers
4. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 106.803 passengers +16.312 passengers
5. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 104.925 passengers +2.285 passengers
6. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 104.351 passengers -6.819 passengers
7. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 103.408 passengers +13.512 passengers
8. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 100.080 passengers +4.214 passengers
9. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 81.305 passengers +7.130 passengers
10. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 77.841 passengers -3.475 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 76.821 passengers +8.996 passengers
12. Salt Lake City International SLC: 76.636 passengers -3.643 passengers
13. San Diego International SAN: 75.461 passengers +4.416 passengers
14. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County DTW: 72.943 passengers -234 passengers
15. Reno Tahoe RNO: 65.105 passengers +5.509 passengers
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Old August 28th, 2016, 12:14 PM   #1713
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Yep, AMS is as of July 3rd busiest airport in Europe.
AMS - 61 433 686
IST - 61 012 428
FRA - 60 655 848
For the calendar year 2016, AMS is expecting to end up with 63 million passengers. Quite remarkable. If the same growth rate is continued in 2017 it will pass CDG too.

Too bad AMS is building a secondary lcc airport at Lelystad (NE of Amsterdam). That will lower the passenger numbers in the long term.
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Amsterdam in July

6,379,598 +7.8%

Probably Schiphol has surpassed Ataturk in July, although I think Ataturk's July data is not yet out.
Schiphol has had a very good year and looks like jumping from 5th to 3rd in Europe by end 2016. Istanbul down 1% so far but Turkish are cutting capacity substantially from end October. Frankfurt down 2% YTD.

So my 2016 European ranking prediction Is:

AMS 3
IST 4
FRA 5

AMS could pass CDG IN 2017..

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Old August 28th, 2016, 06:28 PM   #1715
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Busiest domestic routes during February 2016 at ATL, LAX, ORD, DFW, DEN, JFK, SFO, MIA and LAS. I will update PHX, MCO, SEA and IAH statistics tomorrow.


1. ATLANTA, GEORGIA (ATL): 7.431.314 passengers

1. Orlando International MCO: 225.283 passengers +27.734 passengers
2. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood FLL: 193.007 passengers +8.333 passengers
3. Tampa Int'l TPA: 170.583 passengers+22.589 passengers
4. New York LaGuardia LGA: 165.053 passengers +31.434 passengers
5. Los Angeles International LAX : 156.883 passengers +36.741 passengers
6. Dallas Fort Worth DFW : 140.260 passengers +4.944 passengers
7. Miami International MIA: 137.872 passengers +17.648 passengers
8. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 134.130 passengers +14.980 passengers
9. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA : 133.671 passengers +24.337 passengers
10. Philadelphia International PHL: 128.095 passengers +9.722 passengers
11. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County DTW: 124.851 passengers +18.345 passengers
12. Denver International DEN: 116.480 passengers +13.016 passengers
13. New Orleans Louis Amstrong MSY: 116.100 passengers +11.525 passengers
14. Jacksonville International JAX: 115.525 passengers +12.190 passengers
15. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 110.981 passengers +5.242 passengers

2. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LAX): 5.458.393 passengers

1. San Francisco International SFO: 269.552 passengers +6.385 passengers
2. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 243.394 passengers -2.011 passengers
3. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 207.031 passengers +41.822 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW : 183.240 passengers +24.295 passengers
5. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 179.872 passengers +27.367 passengers
6. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 156.883 passengers +36.741 passengers
7. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 154.027 passengers +8.784 passengers
8. Denver International DEN: 151.803 passengers +22.926 passengers
9. Honolulu International HNL: 142.292 passengers -37.180 passengers
10. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 121.339 passengers -9.079 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 114.588 passengers +31.684 passengers
12. Salt Lake City International SLC: 98.954 passengers -6.712 passengers
13. Newark Liberty EWR: 98.567 passengers +15.151 passengers
14. Miami International MIA: 92.784 passengers +13.026 passengers
15. San José Mineta SJC: 88.963 passengers -4.441 passengers



3.CHICAGO O'HARE, ILLINOIS (ORD): 5.108.012 passengers

1. New York LaGuardia LGA: 199.411 passengers +19.601 passengers
2. Los Angeles International LAX: 179.872 passengers +27.367 passengers
3. San Francisco International SFO: 149.061 passengers +20.010 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 146.411 passengers +17.525 passengers
5. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 134.130 passengers +14.980 passengers
6. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: [B]133.109 passengers+8.904 passengers
7. Orlando International MCO: 131.674 passengers +25.182 passengers
8. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 124.563 passengers +5.407 passengers
9. Denver International DEN: 119.938 passengers -2.491 passengers
10. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 105.924 passengers +13.992 passengers
11. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 103.408 passengers +13.512 passengers
12. Miami International MIA: 102.588 passengers +6.215 passengers
13. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 100.783 passengers +8.608 passengers
14. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA: 89.180 passengers +5.462 passengers
14. Philadelphia International PHL: 87.728 passengers +6.194 passengers
15. Newark Liberty EWR: 80.377 passengers -660 passengers

4. DALLAS FORT WORTH, TEXAS (DFW): 4.842.430 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 183.240 passengers +23.295 passengers
2. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 146.411 passengers +17.525 passengers
3. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 140.260 passengers +4.944 passengers
4. Denver International DEN: 129.916 passengers +14.435 passengers
5. New York LaGuardia LGA: 110.832 passengers +19.061 passengers
6. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 107.472 passengers +11.198 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 104.925 passengers +2.285 passengers
8. San Francisco International SFO: 103.518 passengers +14.436 passengers
9. Miami International MIA: 100.271 passengers +21.812 passengers
10. Austin Begrstrom AUS: 90.169 passengers +8.656 passengers
11. Orlando International MCO: 89.739 passengers +11.095 passengers
12. San Antonio International SAT: 86.186 passengers +5.218 passengers
13. San Diego International SAN: 85.197 passengers +10.229 passengers
14. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 84.666 passengers +4.420 passengers
15. Philadelphia International PHL: 75.544 passengers +6.726 passengers


5. DENVER INTERNATIONAL, COLORADO (DEN): 4.069.006 passengers

1. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 181.606 passengers +6.932 passengers
2. Los Angeles International LAX: 151.803 passengers +22.926 passengers
3. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 144.616 passengers +17.420 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 129.916 passengers +14.435 passengers
5. Salt Lake City International SLC: 129.695 passengers +14.506 passengers
6. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 119.938 passengers -2.491 passengers
7. San Francisco International SFO: 117.371 passengers +14.597 passengers
8. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 116.480 passengers +13.016 passengers
9. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 112.671 passengers +9.713 passengers
10. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 111.190 passengers -518 passengers
11. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 101.947 passengers +20.768 passengers
12. San Diego International SAN: 89.443 passengers +7.949 passengers
13. Orlando International MCO: 88.495 passengers +22.996 passengers
14. Santa Ana John Wayne SNA: 69.278 passengers -2.145 passengers
15. Portland International PDX: 63.845 passengers +10.070 passengers


6. NEW YORK CITY JFK, NEW YORK (JFK): 3.875.364 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 243.394 passengers -2.011 passengers
2. San Francisco International Airport SFO: 149.404 passengers -8.533 passengers
3. Fort Lauderdale Hollywood FLL: 128.230 passengers +28.904 passengers
4. Orlando International MCO: 104.054 passengers +8.762 passengers
5. San Juan de Puerto Rico Luís Muñoz Marín SJU: 101.051 passengers +7.572 passengers
6. Miami International MIA: 96.822 passengers +15.832 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 81.305 passengers +7.130 passengers
8. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 80.979 passengers +6.229 passengers
9. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 55.414 passengers +8.729 passengers
10. Tampa International TPA: 49.330 passengers +5.269 passengers
11. Salt Lake City International SLC: 46.292 passengers +3.799 passengers
12. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 45.732 passengers -1.316 passengers
13. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 43.661 passengers +7.385 passengers
14. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 40.517 passengers +7.554 passengers
15. San Diego International SAN: 36.722 passengers +10.753 passengers


7. SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL, CALIFORNIA (SFO): 3.543.741 passengers

1. Los Angeles International LAX: 269.552 passengers +6.385 passengers
7. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 169.597 passengers +25.545 passengers
2. Nueva York John F.Kennedy JFK: 149.404 passengers -8.533 passengers
3. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 149.061 passengers +20.010 passengers
4. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 138.849 passengers +1.668 passengers
5. San Diego International SAN: 117.403 passengers +17.922 passengers
6. Denver International DEN: 117.371 passengers +14.597 passengers
7. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 103.518 passengers +14.436 passengers
8. Newark Liberty EWR: 103.125 passengers+20.956 passengers
9. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 100.825 passengers +11.357 passengers
10. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 85.430 passengers +15.507 passengers
11. Portland International PDX: 76.541 passengers +6.594 passengers
12. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 71.439 pasajeros -7.170 pasajeros
14. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 70.913 passengers -4.727 passengers
15. Honolulu International HNL: 69.525 passengers +9.371 passengers


8. MIAMI INTERNATIONAL, FLORIDA (MIA): 3.518.798 passengers

1. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 137.872 passengers +17.648 passengers
2. New York LaGuardia LGA: 136.160 passengers +2.629 passengers
3. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 102.588 passengers +6.215 passengers
4. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 100.271 passengers +21.812 passengers
2. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 96.822 passengers +15.832 passengers
3. Los Angeles International LAX: 92.784 passengers +13.026 passengers
4. Newark Liberty EWR: 76.014 passengers +10.806 passengers
5. Charlotte Douglas CLT: 70.391 passengers +9.336 passengers
6. Philadelphia International PHL: 69.883 passengers +7000 passengers
7. Orlando International MCO: 68.984 passengers -11.010 passengers
8. Washington D.C Ronald Reagan DCA : 64.815 passengers +1.523 passengers
10. Boston Edward Lawrence Logan BOS: 64.311 passengers +9.904 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 64.150 passengers +10.164 passengers
12. San Juan de Puerto Rico Luís Muñoz Marín SJU: 56.629 passengers -1.328 passengers
13. Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 41.410 passengers +9.300 passengers
14. Tampa International TPA: 38.954 passengers +389 passengers
15. Denver International DEN: 38.742 passengers -2.980 passengers


9. LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN, NEVADA (LAS):

1. Los Angeles International LAX: Las Vegas McCarran LAS: 207.031 passengers +41.822 passengers
2. San Francisco International Airport SFO: 169.597 passengers +25.545 passengers
3. Denver International DEN: 144.616 passengers +17.420 passengers
4. Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson ATL: 106.803 passengers +16.312 passengers
5. Dallas Fort Worth DFW: 104.925 passengers +2.285 passengers
6. Phoenix Sky Harbor PHX: 104.351 passengers -6.819 passengers
7. Chicago O'Hare ORD: 103.408 passengers +13.512 passengers
8. Seattle Tacoma SEA: 100.080 passengers +4.214 passengers
9. New York John F.Kennedy JFK: 81.305 passengers +7.130 passengers
10. Minneapolis Saint Paul MSP: 77.841 passengers -3.475 passengers
11. Houston George Bush Intercontinental IAH: 76.821 passengers +8.996 passengers
12. Salt Lake City International SLC: 76.636 passengers -3.643 passengers
13. San Diego International SAN: 75.461 passengers +4.416 passengers
14. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County DTW: 72.943 passengers -234 passengers
15. Reno Tahoe RNO: 65.105 passengers +5.509 passengers
At a glance, there are a lot of people flying TO and FROM FLORIDA.
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Total YTD passengers stats to June 2016 (Toronto Pearson, Vancouver, Montreal Trudeau, Calgary)

YYZ 20,833,158 +6.0% (up 1,182,423)
YVR 10,475,024 +8.1% (up 781,677)
YUL 7,867,912 +4.9% (up 370,623)
YYC 7,482,193 +1.1% (up 78,887)

YVR had the best result in June of Canada's 4 busiest airports (up 9.7%) followed by YYZ (up 8.4%).
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Hi guys,

half of 2016 is behind us already so its time to check out the performance of the busiest airports!

June is not usually busiest month however 5 airports reached the best results in the history. Its LAX, DEN, SFO, TPE and BOS.

Mixed numbers occurred in June. Some of the airports showed us high even double digit growth (LAX, PVG, CAN, DEL, CTU, TPE, KMG, MNL) with one exception - ICN. Incheon airport grew with almost 42% which is attributed to last year MERS disease, thus the growth this month. Spanish airport did generally well due to shift of leasure travelers from Turkey and France.

On the other hand european airports lead by LHR, CDG and FRA experienced negative growth along with IST. From top 5 busiest airports only AMS is showing positive and significant growth.

DXB surprisingly recorded decrease of passenger activity due to Ramadan timing.

HKG become 8th airport in the history to handle more than 70 mil passengers during 12-rolling months.

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Always look forward to your charts. Btw, YYZ should be in 32nd not 33rd for June.
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AMS in the worldwide top 10, who would have imagined that a few years ago?! even with all the complainers everywhere, I knew KLM was doing a good job in any way plus all other airlines who make the feast complete!

IST is taking its first hit in the June statistics
Heavier downfall expected in the next few months.

CGK once again with a small plus, over the next few months an annual plus may become visible again after the -for some curious, for me not- fall. Even more now T3U has opened. But that's just the beginning of the capacity boom. CDG and FRA seem to be out of fashion... strikes? Lufthansa's rumbling with brands and routes?
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