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Point to point air traffic figures for the EU airports have been published. Here are the EU metro areas which dominate traffic to/from the various areas of the world outside of the EU. For each metro area, traffic from all the airports is summed up (6 airports for London, 4 airports for Stockholm, etc). In parentheses, the growth in 2017 compared to 2016.

Let's start with the MENA, from Morocco to Iran, and from Turkey to Sudan. Note that a large amount of passengers listed here to/from the MENA are in fact passengers traveling to/from the Indian subcontinent and Australia/NZ (via the Gulf airports) and to/from sub-Saharan Africa (via the Maghreban airports).

Air passengers to/from the MENA (incl. Turkey) in 2017:
1- Paris: 14,325,857 (+8.0%)
2- London: 13,927,291 (+8.2%)
3- Frankfurt: 6,550,288 (+5.6%)
4- Rhine-Ruhr: 5,599,864 (+5.6%)
5- Amsterdam: 5,167,936 (+2.4%)
6- Munich: 4,118,154 (+7.5%)
7- Rome: 3,924,225 (+1.0%)
8- Brussels: 3,736,787 (+16.7%)
9- Milan: 3,294,458 (+6.8%)
10- Manchester: 3,081,681 (+9.4%)

Air passengers to/from sub-Saharan Africa in 2017:
1- Paris: 5,267,207 (+5.6%)
2- London: 3,007,120 (+1.7%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,970,410 (+8.7%)
4- Frankfurt: 1,518,860 (+9.5%)
5- Lisbon: 1,251,438 (+19.1%)
6- Brussels: 1,000,728 (+12.3%)
7- Munich: 284,480 (-3.4%)
8- Milan: 272,759 (+18.8%)
9- Madrid: 270,992 (-7.2%)
10- Rome: 171,271 (+16.0%)

Air passengers to/from sub-Saharan Africa excluding Mauritius, Réunion, and Seychelles in 2017:
1- Paris: 3,462,246 (+6.9%)
2- London: 2,792,337 (+1.3%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,956,897 (+8.0%)
4- Frankfurt: 1,396,826 (+11.2%)
5- Lisbon: 1,251,438 (+19.1%)
6- Brussels: 1,000,720 (+12.3%)
7- Madrid: 262,194 (-7.2%)
8- Milan: 261,932 (+20.6%)
9- Munich: 259,480 (-8.0%)
10- Rome: 161,179 (+13.0%)

Air passengers to/from Russia/Ukraine/Belarus in 2017:
1- Larnaca: 1,772,541 (+4.9%)
2- Paris: 1,484,177 (+10.7%)
3- Frankfurt: 1,476,932 (+8.6%)
4- Prague: 1,467,777 (+28.4%)
5- Barcelona: 1,317,211 (+19.6%)
6- Munich: 1,296,859 (+10.8%)
7- London: 1,181,974 (+15.5%)
8- Amsterdam: 1,180,405 (+14.1%)
9- Vienna: 1,176,594 (+22.2%)
10- Warsaw: 1,036,190 (+34.8%)

Air passengers to/from the Caucasus in 2017:
1- Warsaw: 147,977 (+26.6%)
2- Vienna: 88,636 (+6.1%)
3- Munich: 83,153 (+10.2%)
4- Athens: 76,030 (+19.8%)
5- Paris: 72,337 (+0.3%)
6- London: 70,999 (+20.8%)
7- Frankfurt: 62,970 (+18.4%)
8- Budapest: 57,566 (+14.5%)
9- Berlin: 53,897 (+192.7%)
10- Milan: 52,266 (+141.3%)

Air passengers to/from Central Asia in 2017:
1- Frankfurt: 276,391 (+13.4%)
2- Naples: 166,424 (from 0 in 2016!)
3- Amsterdam: 112,625 (-5.8%)
4- London: 77,856 (+12.9%)
5- Paris: 61,254 (+31.6%)
6- Birmingham: 42,756 (+20.5%)
7- Warsaw: 27,831 (from 0 in 2016!)
8- Riga: 26,334 (-15.8%)
9- Budapest: 20,467 (+401,1%)
10- Milan: 15,728 (+47.7%)

Air passengers to/from the Indian subcontinent in 2017:
1- London: 3,179,216 (+4.0%)
2- Frankfurt: 1,170,212 (-4.0%)
3- Paris: 880,723 (+2.3%)
4- Amsterdam: 633,345 (+40.7%)
5- Munich: 335,303 (+21.3%)
6- Manchester: 285,773 (-7.6%)
7- Birmingham: 238,246 (+5.4%)
8- Milan: 137,431 (+8.0%)
9- Helsinki: 112,889 (+30.2%)
10- Rome: 106,989 (+14.7%)

East Asia = Mongolia, the Koreas, Japan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan.

Air passengers to/from East Asia in 2017:
1- Paris: 4,305,137 (+5.5%)
2- Frankfurt: 4,037,835 (+6.2%)
3- London: 3,940,348 (+2.3%)
4- Amsterdam: 2,594,215 (+7.8%)
5- Helsinki: 1,614,619 (+17.3%)
6- Rome: 1,302,083 (+11.5%)
7- Munich: 1,144,509 (+7.9%)
8- Milan: 667,163 (+11.5%)
9- Vienna: 626,753 (+11.4%)
10- Madrid: 555,796 (+63.5%)

Air passengers to/from South-East Asia, Australia/NZ and South Pacific in 2017:
1- London: 3,639,992 (+6.2%)
2- Frankfurt: 1,550,666 (+5.4%)
3- Paris: 1,427,577 (+2.0%)
4- Amsterdam: 1,422,632 (-4.7%)
5- Helsinki: 603,403 (+18.3%)
6- Copenhagen: 455,485 (+2.3%)
7- Stockholm: 408,926 (+14.0%)
8- Munich: 386,586 (+24.0%)
9- Vienna: 228,808 (+8.2%)
10- Milan: 202,572 (+2.3%)

Air passengers to/from USA/Canada in 2017:
1- London: 20,847,571 (+3.6%)
2- Paris: 9,434,302 (+6.6%)
3- Frankfurt: 8,443,859 (+3.5%)
4- Amsterdam: 6,641,500 (+6.9%)
5- Dublin: 3,278,177 (+20.3%)
6- Munich: 2,955,304 (+10.4%)
7- Rome: 2,667,153 (+7.6%)
8- Madrid: 2,587,283 (+6.3%)
9- Manchester: 1,830,022 (+5.2%)
10- Barcelona: 1,459,266 (+30.4%)

Air passengers to/from the Caribbean, Guianas, and Bermuda in 2017:
1- Paris: 3,925,231 (+1.4%)
2- London: 1,872,309 (+2.3%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,330,855 (+7.3%)
4- Madrid: 1,167,492 (-3.4%)
5- Rhine-Ruhr: 636,592 (+18.8%)
6- Frankfurt: 538,884 (-4.2%)
7- Manchester: 518,629 (+5.3%)
8- Milan: 262,482 (-1.0%)
9- Munich: 196,707 (-9.0%)
10- Brussels: 163,221 (+11.6%)

Air passengers to/from continental Latin America in 2017:
1- Madrid: 5,509,712 (+5.4%)
2- Paris: 2,584,648 (+1.5%)
3- Amsterdam: 1,817,598 (+7.5%)
4- London: 1,799,180 (+5.6%)
5- Lisbon: 1,779,874 (+17.8%)
6- Frankfurt: 1,713,521 (+0.8%)
7- Rome: 896,626 (+16.6%)
8- Barcelona: 502,450 (+13.9%)
9- Manchester: 262,879 (+5.3%)
10- Milan: 225,908 (-10.3%)

These stats confirm trends from previous years. Paris dominates markets from the MENA, sub-Saharan Africa, East Asia, and the Caribbean. London dominates markets from the Indian subcontinent, South-East Asia/Australia/NZ, and above all North America. Madrid dominates markets from continental Latin America.

In comparison with previous years, Paris has now moved largely ahead of Frankfurt for the North American market (more than 1 million passengers more than Frankfurt), and it has also moved ahead of Frankfurt for the core of the USSSR market, but Frankfurt has moved ahead of London for East Asia. Paris still lags in 3rd position for the Indian subcontinent, a position ADP (manager of Paris airports) has wished to improve, but which hasn't improved much yet (high rise in Paris-India traffic offset by big decline in Paris-Pakistan traffic). The London-sub-Saharan Africa traffic is also not improving much, after its large decline in the late 2000s (with the collapse of Nigerian and South African air traffic).

As in previous years, what's fascinating is the legacy of colonial empires is still very prevalent in today's aviation world. Another observation: Berlin is missing in nearly every non-European air market. Even its MENA traffic (2,572,677) is not in the top 10 despite its large Turkish population.
 

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India September Statistics

(% change YoY)

1. DEL - 4,174,874 (11.4%)
2. BOM - 2,847,387 (5%)
3. BLR - 2,295,397 (28.1%)
4. CCU - 1,470,304 (5.3%)
5. HYD - 1,411,773 (27.1%)
6. MAA - 1,384,777 (17.5%)
7. AMD - 753,265 (34%)
8. PNQ - 709,400 (13.5%)
9. GOI - 615,470 (22.1%)
10. COK - 417,792 (10.3%)
This would be the domestic passenger numbers. You seem to have missed to pick up the total nos. including international passengers
 

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This would be the domestic passenger numbers. You seem to have missed to pick up the total nos. including international passengers
O Yes, thanks for correcting!

[EDITED] India September Statistics

(% change YoY)

1. DEL - 5,641,158 (10.7%)
2. BOM - 4,005,794 (8.1%)
3. BLR - 2,629,599 (25.8%)
4. MAA - 1,845,246 (14.3%)
5. HYD - 1,721,213 (22%)
6. CCU - 1,694,434 (5.5%)
7. AMD - 947,382 (30%)
8. COK - 810,885 (-0.1%)
9. PNQ - 726,158 (12%)
10. GOI - 639,394 (21.3%)
 

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Dublin - October 2.8m (+9%)

Breakdown..

Mainland Europe - 1.5m (+8%)
UK - 877k (+4%)
North America - 390k (+17%)
Middle East, Asia & Africa - 83k (+19%)
Domestic - 9,600 (+21%)
 

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Spanish statistics datas of October were published yesterday for all the AENA airports in Spain (this means all the important spanish airports and most of the non importants):

PDF
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.

This time, only three airports have seen decrease, if we consider all the ones over 1,000,000 in a year.

MAD and BCN continue growing. BCN returns to a fast pace of increasing:

ADOLFO SUÁREZ MADRID-BARAJAS (MAD) 5,188,971 (+9.8%).
BARCELONA-EL PRAT (BCN) 4,542,389 (+8.8%).

I think, MAD is this year the fastest-growing big airport in EU. Only SVO and maybe IST are growing faster in 2018.

SVQ (Sevilla) is one more time the spanish big or medium size airports with higher increasement (over 20% again).
 

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Paris airports October 2018.

CDG
10/2018 - 6,381,061 +5.7%
2018 - 61,123,781 +3.8%
12-month period - 71,699,529 +4.0%

ORY
10/2018 - 3,000,457 +6.7%
2018 - 28,230,931 +3.5%
12-month period - 32,994,307 +3.0%

Total Paris
10/2018 - 9,381,518 +6.0%
2018 - 89,354,712 +3.7%
12-month period - 104,693,836 +3.7%

https://presse.groupeadp.fr/october-2018-traffic-figures/
 

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28 Million and Counting !!!

"Record period at Manchester Airport"

"Manchester Airport has welcomed 28 million passengers through its three terminals for the first time in its history.


In what is its 80th year, the hub reported more than 2.5 million people arriving at the site in October 2018, an increase of 6 per cent on the same month in 2017. That brought the rolling annual total to 28,022,344.

Numbers were bolstered by the October half term, with many families getting away for an autumn break.

Last week, the airport launched the only direct service in the UK to Mumbai outside of London through Jet Airways. The five-a-week service had its inaugural flight on 5 November and left 96 per cent full. Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2.com have also added capacity to their winter schedules.

Elsewhere, October saw the airport celebrate three major milestones on its £1bn transformation programme. A topping out ceremony was held to mark the extension to Terminal Two reaching its highest point, an 85-tonne bridge that will connect the terminal extension with the new multi-storey car park was lifted into place and the main structural work has also been completed on the car park building.

Andrew Cowan, chief executive of Manchester Airport, said: "Hitting 28 million passengers is another significant milestone for the airport. Our growth means more choice for passengers, more jobs for people across the North and more economic and trade opportunities as we connect Manchester with key global destinations.

"All this is being delivered as we press ahead with the biggest investment in our history, which will not only transform our terminal buildings, but the experience our customers enjoy as they travel through Manchester."

https://www.insidermedia.com/insider/northwest/record-period-at-manchester-airport
 

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Three new routes are scheduled to open between Paris and mainland China next month. On December 11, Xiamen Airlines will start a route between Fuzhou (the capital of Fujian province) and CDG. There will be three flights per week with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Then on December 19 Hainan Airlines will start a route between Chongqing and CDG (two flights per week with an Airbus A330-200), and on December 21 the same company will start a route between Shenzhen and CDG (two flights per week with a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner).

Earlier in July, XL Airways opened a route between Jinan (the capital of Shandong province, which is more populated than Germany) and CDG, with an Airbus A330-200 flying once a week between both cities.

This brings the total of mainland Chinese cities linked to Paris by direct flights to 11. Across East Asia, 17 airports will have direct flights to/from Paris by the end of the year.

I thought it was time to make an update of the situation regarding air routes between the main European air hubs and East Asia.

London has considerably expanded its Chinese network in 2018 after the British government kowtowed to Beijing and promised not to meet the Dalai Lama again, which led the Chinese government to finally allow more flights from London to China. London was lagging considerably behind Paris and Frankfurt, with only 4 mainland Chinese destinations from London at the end of 2017, but a record 7 new routes were opened in 2018 bringing the total to 11 like Paris (and two more than Frankfurt). It remains to be seen whether this will translate into much higher passenger figures though, given that the 7 routes opened have far less frequency and traffic than the main routes to Beijing and Shanghai.

As for Frankfurt and Amsterdam, no new routes opened in 2018 as far as I can tell.

Here is the East Asian network of each city.

Paris
- 4,305,137 passengers to/from East Asian airports in 2017
- direct flights to 17 East Asian airports at the end of 2018



Frankfurt
- 4,037,835 passengers to/from East Asian airports in 2017
- direct flights to 16 East Asian airports at the end of 2018



London
- 3,940,348 passengers to/from East Asian airports in 2017
- direct flights to 16 East Asian airports at the end of 2018



Amsterdam
- 2,594,215 passengers to/from East Asian airports in 2017
- direct flights to 11 East Asian airports at the end of 2018

 

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Hi guys, long time no see! However I am bringing most exciting month of the year to present!
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