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User currently offlinePzurita1 From Greenland, joined Sep 2002, 1393 posts, RR: 14
Posted (10 years 1 week 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 3672 times:

Here a list of top 10 Indian aiports according to their pax traffic, according to Airports Council Internationl (2002). May be someone has newer data.
Any one would have official population for metro areas served by this airports? Thanks.

It is rather strange to see little traffic in CCU considering it is third largest city in India with over 10M people. Any reason to that?

BOM 12.043.882
DEL 8.759.178
MAA 4.076.221
BLR 2.891.567
CCU 2.737.273
HYD 1.848.543
COK 1.066.275
TRV 998.521
GOI 802.272
AMD 790.008



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User currently offlineB747-437B From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (10 years 1 week 4 days 10 hours ago) and read 3588 times:

Most recent figures are for FY2002-3 ending March 31, 2003 (source DGCA).

International

BOM : 5,087,905
DEL : 3,844,015
MAA : 1,947,937
TRV : 774,381
COK : 590,718
CCU : 585,236
HYD : 459,174
CCJ : 441,989
BLR : 367,006
GOI : 210,594

Domestic

BOM : 7,172,379
DEL : 5,252,533
BLR : 2,608,880
CCU : 2,241,558
MAA : 2,213,409
HYD : 1,451,015
AMD : 636,064
GOI : 631,299
GAU : 500,154
COK : 417,606

Total Passengers

BOM : 12,260,284
DEL : 9,096,548
MAA : 4,161,346
BLR : 2,975,886
CCU : 2,826,794
HYD : 1,910,189
TRV : 1,014,287
COK : 1,008,324
GOI : 841,893
AMD : 818,018


User currently offlineTrvyyz From Canada, joined Oct 2004, 1374 posts, RR: 10
Reply 2, posted (10 years 1 week 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 3524 times:

Wow! TRV is fourth in International traffic even with competition from Cochin and Calicut in the same state spaced 200 - 250 Kms from each other. Nobody seems to care about TRV now, except to squeeze the Gulf Keralites.

I would very much love to see a BA or LH coming to TRV. It's only a dream.


User currently offlineSanthosh From India, joined Sep 2001, 545 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (10 years 1 week 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 3504 times:

Trvyyz Most of the operations from TRV are concentrated to the Middle Eastern Routes and there are lots of passengers from Kerala going these routes each day. But with the arrival of CCU the usage of TRV by people in the North of Kerala is a bit less as CCU is near and more convenient for them. But still somehow figures a good amount of people moving via TRV. Well what you told is correct that no one cares TRV these days. But largely it’s due to political influence that they enjoy CCU more. But all then Middle Eastern carries which come to CCU except Emirates have operations to TRV and normally all come and go with almost full load. Only other operator other than middle Easter carriers arriving TRV is Silk Air from Singapore. But these days after a very long time I have been seeing some chatter aircraft coming from Europe like Monarch Airlines. Well just like you I too hope some day we will have flights by BA and LH coming over.

Does anyone know the reason why Emirates operates to CCU but not to TRV?

George



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User currently offlineTexdravid From United States of America, joined May 2004, 1364 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (10 years 1 week 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 3501 times:

My dream is to have nonstop traffic from India to the U.S. I think a lot of people would pay a premium to have those flights.

To expand upon on the above, it would nice if those nonstop flights went somewhere except just BOM or DEL, like MAA, Bangalore, etc.

But everything depends on bilateral agreements between the U.S. and India, and the proper equipment by interested airlines!!



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User currently offlineSshank From United States of America, joined Jul 2004, 309 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 3463 times:

Based on the April - July 2004 numbers from the AAI, it appears that MAA is now #4 in Domestic with a substantial growth over the same period in 2003.

BOM 2,988,415 (up 23% over 2003)
DEL 2,458,280 (up 30%)
BLR 1,131,672 (up 33%)
MAA 1,025,488 (up 42%)
CCU 935,836 (up 18%)



User currently offlineIndianguy From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 6, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 3446 times:

The BOM fixation is very evident from these figures.

Santosh: I thnk u need to replace CCJ for CCU.

CCU=Kolkata, CCJ=Kozhikode.



User currently offlineHAWK21M From India, joined Jan 2001, 31702 posts, RR: 56
Reply 7, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 3440 times:

Yup Tell me about Traffic at Mumbai & Im not talking about the traffic on the Roads  Smile
Prior to pushback in the Mornings there is an ATC delay around 10-15 min minimum.
I wish we had parallel runways out here.
regds
MEL



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User currently offlineJoFMO From Germany, joined Jul 2004, 2211 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 3441 times:

I am surprised that DEL has less international traffic than BOM. I had the impression that from Europe DEL is the no1 airport in India followed by BOM.
LH's first Indian route from MUC is DEL, OS's only destinations is DEL. OK, SR only serves BOM, but I ever thought this is an artefact due to bollywood shooting films in the alps.

Why has BOM that much more traffic than DEL? Is it that bigger?


User currently offlineJasepl From India, joined Jul 2004, 3582 posts, RR: 39
Reply 9, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 3451 times:

JoFMO, Bombay's far and away bigger, much more important and miles better than little ol' Dilly!

Here's a list of carriers flying to BOM though I might have missed a few. It includes those who've confirmed they're starting soon:

Aeroflot
Air Deccan
Air France
Air India
Air Mauritius
Air Sahara
Air Seychelles
Alitalia
Alliance Air
Austrian
Biman
British Airways
Cathay Pacific
Delta
Egyptair
El Al
Emirates
Ethiopian
Etihad
Gulf Air
Indian Airlines
Iran Air
Jet Airways
Kenya Airways
Kuwait Airways
Lufthansa
Malaysia
Northwest
Oman
Pakistan
Qantas
Qatar
Royal Jordanian
Royal Nepal
Saudia
Singapore Airlines
South African
Sri Lankan
Swiss
Syrian
Thai
Virgin Atlantic
Yemenia

Apparently GA, PR and a couple of others have been threatening to start as well, but it's all just spectulation for now.

[Edited 2004-11-15 06:38:47]

User currently offlineSanthosh From India, joined Sep 2001, 545 posts, RR: 1
Reply 10, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 3412 times:

Indianguy Sir you are correct. Sorry I made a mistake typing CCU instead of CCJ. Thanx for your advise.

Regards,
Santhosh



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User currently offlineTrvyyz From Canada, joined Oct 2004, 1374 posts, RR: 10
Reply 11, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 15 hours ago) and read 3372 times:

Does anyone know the reason why Emirates operates to CCU but not to TRV?

George, Emirates flies to COK. Did you mean COK instead of CCU for the others? Calicut doesnot have any foreign carriers except for UL.(correct me if I am wrong).


User currently offlineB747-437B From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 15 hours ago) and read 3365 times:

Based on the April - July 2004 numbers from the AAI, it appears that MAA is now #4 in Domestic with a substantial growth over the same period in 2003.

Yes, but quarterly trends aren't neccesarily indicative of year-round performace especially since a lot of traffic within India is VFR and hence regionally biased.

The biggest trend in 2004 so-far has been the growth of international traffic at second and third tier airports. Bangalore has seen an increase of 62% international traffic year-on-year, Amritsar has seen 55%, Goa has seen 53%, Ahmedabad 47%, Kozhikode 35% and Hyderabad 32%.

Also of concern is the fact that Mumbai airport continues to operate above capacity with an average of 405 daily movements now with essentially single runway operations. The international terminals are also stretched beyond limits for processing capacity during peak hours.

Bottom line is that while it is well-and-good to pursue greenfield airports in Bangalore and Hyderabad, the country's busiest airport in Mumbai is severely in need of huge improvements as well. Time for the politicians to get off their asses and make some headway into removing illegal squatters from airport land and expanding capacity.


User currently offlineMrNiji From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 13, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 3359 times:

Why has BOM that much more traffic than DEL? Is it that bigger?

Don't forget that AI is based in BOM and that a lot of the gulf traffic goes to BOM. Moreover, there are many carriers flying only to BOM. As far as I see BOM offers better connex to other cities, too..

DEL is underrated, I agree. AI in FRA told me that they get so many group bookings to DEL so that there are efforts in speeding DEL up to DEL asap (many tourists want to see the Golden Traingle).. so I would not be surprised if DEL catches up with BOM so (what I hope, as opposed to my friends Jason and Sean Big grin )


User currently offlineVimanav From India, joined Jul 2003, 1521 posts, RR: 14
Reply 14, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 3350 times:

BOM's position as the largest airport in terms of traffic is but natural. Remember up until the advent of South India's international airports, BOM was the gateway for rest of India except North. North in itself is DEL and lots of Punjab. Rajasthan and UP are relatively small contributors to the international traffic out of DEL if you compare them with let's say Andhra Pradesh or Karnataka. Even southern Rajastan (UDR area and below) prefer gateway BOM than DEL. So you have DEL basically serving as the gateway for the business, leisure, VFR traffic from DEL and immigrants/VFR from Punjab and limited labour traffic from Punjab and Rajasthan. As against that BOM has all these traffic types from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, AP, TN, Karnataka and even Eastern India

Even though TRV, COK, CCJ, HYD, BLR, MAA, TRZ, AMD have all developed international airports of their own, the number of passengers from these states who prefer to transit BOM is amazing. Large travel agencies in BOM run overnight bus services from deep interiors of Kerala, TN and AP picking up labour janta, putting them up at transit accommodations at BOM and then flying them out. Also the quantum of international aircraft movements out of BOM are higher than DEL due to the fact that Gulf carriers tend to operate multiple services and more frequent intervals to BOM and usually opt for once a day services to DEL at the most (barring GF). However if you see European carriers and services, DEL is higher.

JoFMO, Bombay's far and away bigger, much more important and miles better than little ol' Dilly!

You forgot to add more dirty, filthy for BOM, though I grant you the people are far better in BOM than DEL. Make a detour from your village in UP to the big city of Dilly and be pleasantly surprised about how big and mod we are Punjabi ishtyle. But dont blame me if the Dilliwalas take you for a ride.. Laugh out loud

rgds//Vimanav



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User currently offlineTKMCE From India, joined May 2002, 841 posts, RR: 2
Reply 15, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 3335 times:

*****
Bottom line is that while it is well-and-good to pursue greenfield airports in Bangalore and Hyderabad, the country's busiest airport in Mumbai is severely in need of huge improvements as well.
******


As I understand, the bids for BOM and DEL modernisation have received quite an enthusiastic response!



User currently offlineMrNiji From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 3337 times:

As I understand, the bids for BOM and DEL modernisation have received quite an enthusiastic response!

Apparently, FraPort is amongst them.. hoep they do a better job than in MNL..  Big grin


User currently offlineSanthosh From India, joined Sep 2001, 545 posts, RR: 1
Reply 17, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 3323 times:

Trvyyz Yep I actually wanted to ask why Emitates operates to COK but not to TRV. Just made a mistake in the earlier posts. Also do you have any idea whether it’s possible to get the timings of arrivals and departures of chatter flights to TRV? TRV don’t even have a good list of scheduled flight arriving and departing, so its must be impossible to get information on charter flights. Right? Ok leave the case of TRV, Is impossible to know the arrival and departure timing of charter flights coming to other major airports in India?




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User currently offlineSshank From United States of America, joined Jul 2004, 309 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 3325 times:

The biggest trend in 2004 so-far has been the growth of international traffic at second and third tier airports. Bangalore has seen an increase of 62% international traffic year-on-year, Amritsar has seen 55%, Goa has seen 53%, Ahmedabad 47%, Kozhikode 35% and Hyderabad 32%

Yes - but these second and third tier airports (BLR and such) are starting from a such a low base that a charter flight dropping by would register as double digit increase (not quite - but you get the idea).

Not to bash BOM (it is my fav city in India by a nautical mile) but Mumbai has clearly peaked in terms of relative importance. A lot of traffic would get re-distributed to the southern airports in time. For instance, there is no availability to get in to MAA in December and I will be flying in to BOM and taking a domestic. This is not a problem for me as I have family there, but the point is this would register as additional two movements for BOM!



User currently offlineVimanav From India, joined Jul 2003, 1521 posts, RR: 14
Reply 19, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 3312 times:

Yep I actually wanted to ask why Emitates operates to COK but not to TRV

Santhosh...

If you see the pattern of traffic distribution in Kerala, you will see that international passengers are spread throughout the length and breadth of the state. Earlier when TRV was the only international airport, despite its location at the Southern end of the state, passengers from Kottayam, Thiruvella, Ernakulam, Trissur, and other points further up north did not have much of a choice if they wanted to use a direct entry into Kerala even though all these places are at least 3hrs+ from TRV by road or rail. COK opening up was a boon and long pursued by the Keralite interests in the Gulf who wanted an airport at a relatively central city like COK from where all these outlying areas could be more easily reached than TRV.

It was therefore natural that new entrants like EK and a host of others would prefer COK as the more central airport for its passengers. This is further evidenced by the huge capacity growth at COK compared to far lower figures for TRV. In the future as well, TRV will see a relatively less steep growth as against COK which will grow by leaps and bounds (provided they do something about the terminal capacity as well). TRV is likely to see more charters in times to come however.

The best possible way to get charter schedules are to check with ATC (if you know any one there) if they have any YA number clearances for such services from DGCA and if they'd share it with you.

Emitates

I think Santhosh you have just coined a wonderful word to describe EK copycats Etihad and Qatar Airways. Big grin

rgds//Vimanav



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User currently offlineSanthosh From India, joined Sep 2001, 545 posts, RR: 1
Reply 20, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 3293 times:

Vimanav:- Thanks very much for the detail description regarding the operations. So in short there will be less progress in TRV in the future. Right? Well about the charter flight which currently operates to TRV, I actually found them while scanning the Control and Approach frequencies today.

Thankfully,
Santhosh



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User currently offlineKaran69 From India, joined Oct 2004, 2893 posts, RR: 18
Reply 21, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 3282 times:

It seems that BOM domestic airport the one which is used by the private carriers will be completely revamped with all glass exteriors and the completion date is expected to be around june/july 2005

User currently offlineVimanav From India, joined Jul 2003, 1521 posts, RR: 14
Reply 22, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 3278 times:

Parking bays guys, parking bays... this is what we desperately need at all the major airports. Without sufficient bays at any of the major airports... where will all the expanded fleets of the new kids on the block as well as old ones park??

Baaki sab maya hai Big grin

rgds//Vimanav



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User currently offlineJasepl From India, joined Jul 2004, 3582 posts, RR: 39
Reply 23, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 3273 times:

Apparently, FraPort is amongst them.. hoep they do a better job than in MNL..
They've been claiming to have $30m earmarked for each of these airports... Me thinks it's just to influence the bid.

so I would not be surprised if DEL catches up with BOM so (what I hope, as opposed to my friends Jason and Sean
I'll be more than thrilled if DEL catches up or even passes BOM - so long as the effing DEL stops are eliminated! However, all bias aside, I really don't see it happening. Tourist traffic can't be the main driving force for expansion.

Also the quantum of international aircraft movements out of BOM are higher than DEL due to the fact that Gulf carriers tend to operate multiple services and more frequent intervals to BOM and usually opt for once a day services to DEL at the most (barring GF). However if you see European carriers and services, DEL is higher.
That's not necessarily true Vimanav. Yes, a host of Middle-Eastern carriers do multiple dailies from BOM, whilst some of them don't even serve DEL. But we've got a lot of traffic to parts of the world that DEL just isn't connected to at all.
Take Africa, for example. There's 25+ flights/week to African destinations (MS, ET, KQ, SA, MK, HM) from BOM, whilst DEL's only got ET service to ADD. I would also ass Australia, but QF's 3/week flights hardly count. North America is another big one. There's only 10-12 flights (AI and AC) from DEL (less over the winter), whilst BOM has over 50!
The only part of the world better connected to DEL than to BOM is Central Asia and perhaps Eastern Europe - and those are the whore/smuggler routes!

You forgot to add more dirty, filthy for BOM, though I grant you the people are far better in BOM than DEL. Make a detour from your village in UP to the big city of Dilly and be pleasantly surprised about how big and mod we are Punjabi ishtyle.
LOL! That's true Vimanav. Many parts of Dilly are much cleaner and nicer-looking than Bombay. But I find the whole appearance is very artificial.
As for making a detour, well, DEL airport is quite enough for me, thanks. I've been to Dilly once. No offence, but let's just say never again. Not even by mistake.


User currently offlineVimanav From India, joined Jul 2003, 1521 posts, RR: 14
Reply 24, posted (10 years 1 week 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 3251 times:

Jase...

My reference to Gulf carriers was as just one example of why BOM is busier. Yes ofcourse there are several other areas Africa / North America for example which have better connectivity ex BOM than DEL. No arguments on that.

rgds//Vimanav



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25 Jacobin777 : Texdravid..........I agree, in fact, I've made comments in other posts about this..there would be huge traffic to India, especially from the Left Coas
26 B747-437B : As I understand, the bids for BOM and DEL modernisation have received quite an enthusiastic response! Airport "modernisation" is all well and good for
27 TKMCE : Vimanav I do not agree entirely with your comment on the traffic distribution with regard to Kerala Airports. While it is true that Emirates opted for
28 Airindia : Airport "modernisation" is all well and good for Delhi, blessed as they are with oodles of empty space and a relatively decent near-parallel runway se
29 MrNiji : Sean, is the parallel runway at del suitable for larger a/c So DEL could be the 1st Indian a/p able to handle a 380?? (Theoretically, we know that the
30 Airindia : not too sure if any airline plans to bring 380 to Del, but yes, AAI has already put in a team to submit a report on the changes required at BOM to han
31 Pzurita1 : It is incredible how any thread including traffic figures for airports in developing countries can almost automatically trigger a bashing of "rival" a
32 Post contains images Vimanav : While it is true that Emirates opted for Cochin, it could also have been influenced by the fact that at the time of entry there was very little compet
33 Jaysit : Mumbai will forever be restricted to single runway operations unless something is done to change the setup. But like what? The airport is surrounded o
34 HAWK21M : At Mumbai. I think the process of Slum clearing or rather relocation of Slumdwellers has commenced.9W has already started construction of a Huge hanga
35 TKMCE : Vimanav Agreed that COK has a better traffic mix, but some of it still goes via Trivandrum. These hinterland traffic you are talking of isnt too much
36 Vimanav : You mention TRV traffic is going to dip. No I said that the brakes will be applied to its growth. That is not to say that it will dip. The growth grad
37 Post contains images Vimanav : To continue this thread, does anyone have population figures for the cities covered in this thread? Here are the list of cities with a population of o
38 Sshank : The top cities ranked by population of the metro area is a more useful measure in my opinion. Here are the top dogs - you'll see that DEL is right up
39 Post contains links and images MrNiji : Pzurita1 et al, read the following article, saying that Indian a/ps are the fastest growing in tghe world.. now we only need proper a/p Cheers, http:/
40 Jasepl : Sshank, here's the official list of 'Urban Agglomerations' from the last census. Strangely, they don't include population figures: 1. Bombay 2. Calcut
41 MrNiji : Jas, the list is insufficient, did you copy and paste? Strange... there are definitely more urban centres (OK, depends on methodology) I am just to la
42 Jasepl : Subin, I just listed the top 15... There's lots more, of course. With a population of over 1b, there have to be! That said, getting information in Ind
43 Post contains images MrNiji : That said, getting information in India is like analysing Scripture... You have to analyse multiple versions of the truth and make your own determinat
44 Kkfla737 : "I am surprised that DEL has less international traffic than BOM. I had the impression that from Europe DEL is the no1 airport in India followed by BO
45 TKMCE : Vimanav ***** Do you have a trip report or something of your travel on QR. Have heard rave reviews about their inflight / service levels etc. I have n
46 Post contains images B747-437B : I think the process of Slum clearing or rather relocation of Slumdwellers has commenced.9W has already started construction of a Huge hangar adjacent
47 Karan69 : IF possible ,how much time do u think it would take them to complete the proposed plan and whats the news on the constuction of the apparent new airpo
48 Jaysit : Air India used to fly to many more European destination and the flights were generally routed through Delhi, though the flights would originate in Bom
49 B747-437B : I believe that Bombay always had more international traffic than Delhi Without a doubt, Mumbai/Bombay has been the dominant international gateway in I
50 HAWK21M : Sean....The Proposed plan of the International Cargo Section makes sense,theres a lot of space out there. Also the Space between Bays 13-17 Cargo sect
51 Sshank : In my opinion, there is no option for VABB other than to construct a parallel runway to 09/27 on the South And while at it, if you bump up the 09/27 r
52 Pzurita1 : So CCU is the second or third largest metro area in India (depending on the source), with as much as twice the population of MAA or BLR or HYD, not to
53 B747-437B : if you bump up the 09/27 runway length by another 1500 ft to 13,000 ft The problem with extending the current 09/27 is that you have a displaced thres
54 Sshank : The problem with extending the current 09/27 is that you have a displaced threshold already at the 27 end due to terrain issues and the Western Expres
55 Karan69 : Wat about the new mumbai airport supposedly to be made at panvel
56 Jaysit : Wat about the new mumbai airport supposedly to be made at panvel Maybe in a hundred years. The proliferation of new hotels, business parks, etc near S
57 Vimanav : Why is this? Is CCU just a city with over 10M people with little economic purchasing power? I can understand BLR handling more domestic pax than CCU.
58 Pzurita1 : Vimanav, Indeed. That was the kind of explanation I was looking for. Couldn't ask for more. I was not aware CCU was that important in the 50s or 60s.
59 Jasepl : Calcutta was once the capital of British India and the largest city in the Empire, so it's past importance cannot be underestimated.
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