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Is India already the 3rd biggest aviation market? If it's not it will be very soon. Btw, I think you forgot one digit in each figure.
 

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Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 1)

Destinations that are either new (no passengers since my records started in January 2005), or have not been served for a number of years - if the latter then the month and year of the last service is shown.

One new destination was served in August 2018

Dallas/Fort Worth - 131 scheduled passengers. Not bad since we don't have a flight to Dallas, and definitely not one that carries scheduled passengers.

Million passenger routes (Rolling annual figures)

Amsterdam - 1,029,831 passengers
Dubai - 1,021,921 passengers

Two domestic statistics are currently missing from the CAA report for August.

Belfast City, Inverness, Jersey are yet to provide figures

Total passengers for these routes in 2017 were 39,498.

Moving monthly and annual figures - based on CAA statistics/MAG statistics

Data at present is not available
Monthly passengers -
Annual Total -
Moving Annual Total -

Monthly Movements -
Annual Movements -
Moving Annual Movements -


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 2)

Top 25 destinations - by passenger numbers



CAA statistics for August 2018 are provisional


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 3)

Top 25 destinations with highest percentage increase.



CAA statistics for August are provisional.


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 4)

Figures for the European and long haul destinations that I consider to be the main points for our connecting traffic.



CAA statistics for August are provisional.


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 5)

Comparison of top 25 destinations - August 2008 versus August 2018



CAA statistics for August are provisional.



Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 6)

Major changes to Domestic traffic




Belfast City, Inverness, Jersey have not reported figures for August.

CAA statistics for August are provisional
 

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Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 1)

Destinations that are either new (no passengers since my records started in January 2005), or have not been served for a number of years - if the latter then the month and year of the last service is shown.

One new destination was served in August 2018

Dallas/Fort Worth - 131 scheduled passengers. Not bad since we don't have a flight to Dallas, and definitely not one that carries scheduled passengers.

Million passenger routes (Rolling annual figures)

Amsterdam - 1,029,831 passengers
Dubai - 1,021,921 passengers

Two domestic statistics are currently missing from the CAA report for August.

Belfast City, Inverness, Jersey are yet to provide figures

Total passengers for these routes in 2017 were 39,498.

Moving monthly and annual figures - based on CAA statistics/MAG statistics

Data at present is not available
Monthly passengers -
Annual Total -
Moving Annual Total -

Monthly Movements -
Annual Movements -
Moving Annual Movements -


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 2)

Top 25 destinations - by passenger numbers


CAA statistics for August 2018 are provisional


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 3)

Top 25 destinations with highest percentage increase.


CAA statistics for August are provisional.


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 4)

Figures for the European and long haul destinations that I consider to be the main points for our connecting traffic.


CAA statistics for August are provisional.


Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 5)

Comparison of top 25 destinations - August 2008 versus August 2018


CAA statistics for August are provisional.



Manchester Statistics - August 2018 (Part 6)

Major changes to Domestic traffic


Belfast City, Inverness, Jersey have not reported figures for August.

CAA statistics for August are provisional
While this is a very detailed and informative analysis, it takes too much of space on this thread. The best place to post this in my view is the Manchester airport thread itself. Its a suggestion and no offense meant!
 

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^^ That might be a good tactic to make them more diligent. You'd think they'd be more interested in how they're growing.

I had to message them last week, they were taking a lot of time to release!
They're always so late. Most airports had already released August and they hadn't gotten around to July yet. :nuts:
 

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Busiest international routes to and from LAX Airport between April 2017 and March 2018.

  1. London Heathrow LHR - 1.642.994 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  2. Ciudad de México Benito Juárez MEX - 1.288.140 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  3. Seoul Incheon ICN - 1.205.230 passengers
  4. Vancouver International YVR - 1.015.017 passengers
  5. Taipei Taoyuan TPE - 984.770 passengers
  6. Sydney Kingsford Smith SYD - 960.956 passengers
  7. Guadalajara Miguel Hidalgo GDL - 933.862 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  8. Hong Kong Cheap Kok Lok HKG - 847.902 passengers
  9. Toronto Pearson YYZ - 845.679 passengers
  10. Tokyo Narita NRT - 810.663 passengers
  11. Shanghai Pudong PVG - 804.829 passengers
  12. Paris Charles de Gaulle CDG - 799.423 passengers
  13. San José del Cabo SJD - 652.906 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  14. Cancún International CUN - 615.058 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  15. Melbourne Tullamarine MEL - 587.639 passengers
  16. Beijing Capital PEK - 556.059 passengers
  17. Auckland International AKL - 528.485 passengers
  18. Tokyo Haneda HND - 509.065 passengers
  19. San Salvador Monseñor Óscar Romero SAL - 460.026 passengers
  20. Puerto Vallarta Gustavo Díaz Ordaz PVR - 448.008 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  21. Guangzhou Bayoun CAN - 409.937 passengers
  22. Frankfurt International FRA - 385.225 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  23. Manila Ninoi Aquino MNL - 378.408 passengers
  24. Brisbane Internatrional BNE - 371.853 passengers
  25. Pap'ete International PPT - 355.124 passengers
  26. Amsterdam Schiphol AMS - 352.679 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  27. Calgary McCall Field YYC - 332.685 passengers
  28. Ciudad de Panamá Tocumen PTY - 322.439 passengers
  29. Dubai International DXB - 296.820 passengers
  30. Lima Jorge Chávez LIM - 269.819 passengers
  31. London Gatwick LGW - 268.087 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  32. Istanbul Atatürk IST - 227.796 passengers
  33. Ciudad de Guatemala La Aurora GUA - 225.905 passengers
  34. Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau YUL - 222.974 passengers
  35. Munich Franz Josef Strauss MUC - 217.734 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  36. Zürich Kloten ZRH - 205.272 passengers
 

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Busiest international routes to and from LAX Airport between April 2017 and March 2018.

  1. London Heathrow LHR - 1.642.994 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  2. Ciudad de México Benito Juárez MEX - 1.288.140 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  3. Seoul Incheon ICN - 1.205.230 passengers
  4. Vancouver International YVR - 1.015.017 passengers
  5. Taipei Taoyuan TPE - 984.770 passengers
  6. Sydney Kingsford Smith SYD - 960.956 passengers
  7. Guadalajara Miguel Hidalgo GDL - 933.862 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  8. Hong Kong Cheap Kok Lok HKG - 847.902 passengers
  9. Toronto Pearson YYZ - 845.679 passengers
  10. Tokyo Narita NRT - 810.663 passengers
  11. Shanghai Pudong PVG - 804.829 passengers
  12. Paris Charles de Gaulle CDG - 799.423 passengers
  13. San José del Cabo SJD - 652.906 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  14. Cancún International CUN - 615.058 passengers (updated until August 2018)
  15. Melbourne Tullamarine MEL - 587.639 passengers
  16. Beijing Capital PEK - 556.059 passengers
  17. Auckland International AKL - 528.485 passengers
  18. Tokyo Haneda HND - 509.065 passengers
  19. San Salvador Monseñor Óscar Romero SAL - 460.026 passengers
  20. Puerto Vallarta Gustavo Díaz Ordaz PVR - 448.008 passengers(updated until August 2018)
  21. Guangzhou Bayoun CAN - 409.937 passengers
  22. Frankfurt International FRA - 385.225 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  23. Manila Ninoi Aquino MNL - 378.408 passengers
  24. Brisbane Internatrional BNE - 371.853 passengers
  25. Pap'ete International PPT - 355.124 passengers
  26. Amsterdam Schiphol AMS - 352.679 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  27. Calgary McCall Field YYC - 332.685 passengers
  28. Ciudad de Panamá Tocumen PTY - 322.439 passengers
  29. Dubai International DXB - 296.820 passengers
  30. Lima Jorge Chávez LIM - 269.819 passengers
  31. London Gatwick LGW - 268.087 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  32. Istanbul Atatürk IST - 227.796 passengers
  33. Ciudad de Guatemala La Aurora GUA - 225.905 passengers
  34. Montreal Pierre Elliot Trudeau YUL - 222.974 passengers
  35. Munich Franz Josef Strauss MUC - 217.734 passengers(updated until July 2018)
  36. Zürich Kloten ZRH - 205.272 passengers
And New York ?
 

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I can't believe Beijing Capital is crossing the 100 million pax milestone this year, right before Daxing is opened. I wonder how long will it take for Beijing to have both airports operating above that volume, probably within 10 years.
 

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Spanish statistics datas of September have been published this morning for all the AENA airports in Spain (this means all the important spanish airports and most of the non importants):

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Try this link if the previous one doesn't work:
Access from the website.

As always, first page is monthly data, and second page is 2018 data. On each page, first column shows pax, second column shows operations and third column shows goods carried in tons.

It's the same than a month ago. With the summer holidays, some airports see decrease on their passengers. Tourism in Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey is recovering from next year, so less tourists are coming to Spanish coastal areas. However, where one month ago we saw decreasings, now we see low increasings.

MAD and BCN continue growing:

ADOLFO SUÁREZ MADRID-BARAJAS (MAD) 5,203,289 (+8.2%).
BARCELONA-EL PRAT (BCN) 4,843,692 (+4.4%).

SVQ (Sevilla) is one more time the spanish big or medium size airports with higher increasement (over 20% again). Now, this airport has carried more than 6 million pax in the last 12 months, first time in history to do that :banana:.
 
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