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Old March 13th, 2017, 08:03 PM   #1961
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Calgary airport doesn't handle 30,000,000 either.
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Old March 14th, 2017, 02:48 PM   #1962
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Fun fact: Every statistical area in North America with over 3,000,000 people has an airport system with over 30,000,000 passengers, but 3: Cleveland, Guadalajara, and Monterrey

Statistical Areas below 3,000,000 people with airport systems above 30,000,000?
  • Calgary
  • Cancun
  • Charlotte
  • Honolulu
  • Las Vegas
  • Salt Lake City
Ah I see, all of them are, except for being a hub at Charlotte and Calgary, important tourist destinations.
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Old March 14th, 2017, 08:00 PM   #1963
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Paris airports February 2017

CDG Feb 17 4,624,896 +3.5% Jan 17-Feb 17 9,598,670 +4.9%
ORY Feb 17 2,250,358 +5.6% Jan 17-Feb 17 4,546,435 +7.6%

http://www.parisaeroport.fr/docs/def...7.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Old March 15th, 2017, 07:25 PM   #1964
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@Blackhavvk: thanks for the info, I will try to update in the future, however it will take time to go one by one...

@z0rg: If you can get data from american airports I can share the table now otherwise we have to wait couple more days for Jan figures

@Manitopiaaa: I will post the table in bigger resolution soon

So before we get January figures I want to share some tables and graphs about domestic and international passengers of US airports. I was working on this in the past couple days and here are the results. Unfortunately I was not able to add comments and any other details.

The reason that i picked US airports are: easy access to the data (historic and current), numerous airports served internationally and amount of dom/int passengers served.

The tables are based only on 26 US airports! There are many more US airports having international traffic, but they are either not releasing dom/int passenger split in their statistics or they have relatively small amount of international passengers (less than 500 000). In the future I would like to add more airports. What I mean to say is that, for example, last two columns, where is stated percentage of international passengers share, might be different when more airports are added. More detailed explanation can be found under the first table. If it is still not clear, please let me know and I correct it.



Table explanation:
2016 TOT - total amount of passengers (domestic+international+others) for stated year
2016 DOM / 2016 INT - total amount of domestic/international passengers for stated year
2016 TOT CHANGE / 2016 DOM CHANGE / 2016 INT CHANGE - percentage change of passengers compare to previous year (year 2015)
2007 TOT CHANGE / 2007 DOM CHANGE / 2007 INT CHANGE - percentage change of passengers compare to base year (year 2007)
2016 RANK TOT / 2016 RANK DOM / 2016 RANK INT - rank position of the airport in year 2016 within this table
2007 RANK TOT / 2007 RANK DOM / 2007 RANK INT - rank position of the airport in base year 2007 within this table
RANK CHANGE TOT / RANK CHANGE DOM / RANK CHANGE INT - change in rank position from base year 2007 to year 2016
2016 DOM % SPLIT / 2016 INT % SPLIT - percentage share of domestic/international passengers on total amount of passengers in stated year
2007 INT % SHARE / 2016 INT % SHARE - percentage share of international passengers to the total amount of international passengers in stated year



Graph saying percentage of international traffic share to total amount of international traffic in 26 US airports for year 2016



More graphs and tables coming soon...

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Old March 15th, 2017, 08:21 PM   #1965
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great work as always bubbalo!! Very interesting chart thanks for sharing. So it looks like the major airport entry points into the US are New York, Los Angeles and Miami, and a few cities filling them out
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Old March 16th, 2017, 02:20 AM   #1966
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And LA overtook Miami over 2015 in international passengers.
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Old March 16th, 2017, 02:31 AM   #1967
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Also, it is fair to point out of the three airport systems New York is still in a class of its own when it comes to international passengers. NY's three main airports combined for over 45.75 million international travelers (with JFK and Newark getting the lion's share), compared to ~22.8 million for LA and ~21.4 million for Miami. So with those three it really goes 1.) New York......................2.) Los Angeles 3.) Miami

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And LA overtook Miami over 2015 in international passengers.
Yep, I think more than anything that's a clear sign of the tremendous growth of air travel in China and the Far East in general, and the growth of the middle class (and their ability to travel) in the area over the past decade plus.

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Old March 16th, 2017, 03:32 AM   #1968
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Also, it is fair to point out of the three airport systems New York is still in a class of its own when it comes to international passengers. NY's three main airports combined for over 45.75 million international travelers (with JFK and Newark getting the lion's share), compared to ~22.8 million for LA and ~21.4 million for Miami. So with those three it really goes 1.) New York......................2.) Los Angeles 3.) Miami
Thanks for compiling that. I've been wondering what JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark together would total.

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Yep, I think more than anything that's a clear sign of the tremendous growth of air travel in China and the Far East in general, and the growth of the middle class (and their ability to travel) in the area over the past decade plus.
It's also coinciding with a very sluggish economy in much of latin America, namely Brazil and Venezuela. That's surely behind little growth in international passengers in Miami. LA will hold on to #2 in the US for international passengers and close the gap with NYC.
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Canada's 3 busiest airports in 2016 by international passengers

Toronto Pearson: 27,428,638
Vancouver International: 11,160,000
Montreal Trudeau: 10,151,922

Air Canada is attempting to position Toronto and Vancouver as major hubs for traffic between the US and Europe (for Pearson) and Asia (for Vancouver). It will be interesting to see how it plays out. I imagine Vancouver will be in a fight with both Seattle and LA for that traffic. Toronto's biggest competition will be New York area airports.
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Canada's 3 busiest airports in 2016 by international passengers

Toronto Pearson: 27,428,638
Vancouver International: 11,160,000
Montreal Trudeau: 10,151,922

Air Canada is attempting to position Toronto and Vancouver as major hubs for traffic between the US and Europe (for Pearson) and Asia (for Vancouver). It will be interesting to see how it plays out. I imagine Vancouver will be in a fight with both Seattle and LA for that traffic. Toronto's biggest competition will be New York area airports.
While it's true the two cities could compete for travelers, it's also important to point out that they will add to each other's international numbers. There's a lot of entertainment industry commuting between LA and Vancouver (not as much as there was but still significant) and those are more international travellers for each airport!
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Old March 18th, 2017, 11:30 PM   #1971
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Istanbul (IST) traffic down 12% YoY in Jan, there were sizeable snow related closures in January.

Total PAX = 4,033,182
International = 2,727,147
Domestic = 1,306,035

Domestic -9% and International -14%

http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/getBinaryFile...tatistikID=117

Amsterdam +11.2% in January. So IST won't pass AMS in 2017 I can safely say.
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Old March 19th, 2017, 03:13 AM   #1972
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YVR (Vancouver) January 2017 passenger numbers

Domestic: 842,572 (+7.0%)
Transborder (USA): 436,098 (+7.4%)
International: 512,377 (+18.2%)

TOTAL: 1,791,047 (+10.1%)
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Old March 19th, 2017, 03:28 AM   #1973
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Sorry I didn't get it...

The numbers show that only Las Vegas and Charlotte handle more than 30,000,000 passengers, the others don't.

And I believe Orlando would also join that "team" (has its Statistical Area achieved 3,000,000 already?)
Yes, you're right. Fixed both. They should both say "15,000,000." I was thinking Top 30 and 15,000,000 and wound up typing "30,000,000"

Orlando's Combined Statistical Area is now 3.2 million (and growing quickly). Their Metropolitan Statistical Area is 2.4 million.
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YYC (Calgary) January 2017 passenger numbers

Domestic: 815,324 (+0.2%)
Transborder (USA): 237,859 (+0.6%)
International: 166,456 (+5.5%)

TOTAL: 1,219,639 (+1.0%)
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It's also coinciding with a very sluggish economy in much of latin America, namely Brazil and Venezuela. That's surely behind little growth in international passengers in Miami. LA will hold on to #2 in the US for international passengers and close the gap with NYC.
No. Miami's sluggish growth is because many of the airlines are moving to Fort Lauderdale International Airport due to cheaper fees. The fastest growing international component of air travel in South Florida is from Europe. And FLL is getting nearly all of that growth.

FLL grew 8.40% last year.
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Los Angeles (18,688,022) - Miami (6,723,472) - Minneapolis (3,894,820) - New York (23,689,255) - Orlando (3,202,927) - Philadelphia (7,179,357) - Phoenix (4,661,537)
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YUL (Montreal Trudeau) January passenger numbers

Domestic: 468,974 (+10.1%)
Transborder: (USA): 299,074 (0%)
International: 580,212 (+8.2%)

TOTAL: 1,348,890 (+6.9%)
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Istanbul (IST) traffic down 12% YoY in Jan, there were sizeable snow related closures in January.

Total PAX = 4,033,182
International = 2,727,147
Domestic = 1,306,035

Domestic -9% and International -14%

http://www.dhmi.gov.tr/getBinaryFile...tatistikID=117

Amsterdam +11.2% in January. So IST won't pass AMS in 2017 I can safely say.
February
CDG 4,624,896 +3,5%
AMS not yet release (aprox 4,4-4,5 million)
FRA 4,024,742 +1,0%
IST 4,024,705 -7,8%
MAD 3,584,447 +3,5%
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February
CDG 4,624,896 +3,5%
AMS not yet release (aprox 4,4-4,5 million)
FRA 4,024,742 +1,0%
IST 4,024,705 -7,8%
MAD 3,584,447 +3,5%
AMS: 4,334,892 + 5.8%
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Old March 29th, 2017, 12:47 PM   #1979
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Hi guys,

I am still missing approx 30-40 airports that should be over 1 million passengers

If you have source or estimation feel free to share it



Still Incomplete list of busiest airports in 2016 (over 1 000 000 passengers)
getting more and more airports

EDIT: I added the same list based on countries







Some of the figures will change when the official statistics will be released (no rounded numbers)

Update:
Green: latest addition to the list
Blues: 12 month period between 2015-12 and 2016-11
Red numbers: estimation
green numbers: estimation based on BTS

03/01/2017
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09/01/2017
11/01/2017
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Old March 29th, 2017, 02:18 PM   #1980
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I am still missing approx 30-40 airports that should be over 1 million passengers
This is 2016 information for some of the Indonesian airports listed:
  • Sepinggan Airport, Balikpapan (BPN): 7.510.190 (source: national newspaper)
  • Hang Nadim Airport, Batam (BTH): 6.1 million (source: local newspaper)
  • Selaparang Airport, Lombok (AMI) closed in 2011 and was replaced by Lombok International Airport (LOP). LOP had 3.4 million passengers in 2016 (source: national newspaper)
  • El Tari Airport, Kupang (KOE): I couldn't find the statistics for 2016, but if you know it for 2015, this local newspaper states the passenger number increased by 26% in 2016 compared to 2015.
  • Pattimura Airport, Ambon (AMQ): No fixed data, but the airport operator predicted in June that the number of passengers for 2016 would be 1.2 million (source: local newspaper)
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