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User currently offlineTKfan From Turkey, joined Oct 2007, 657 posts, RR: 1
Posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 33768 times:

Does anyone have the final Passenger numbers of FRA, PEK and MAD of 2007???
In September it looked like PEK has catched FRA, and so will MAD, maybe not this year but definately the next.
I m afraid FRA will slip out of the TOP10 until the fourth runway is finished.

Ranking Oct06-Sep07 ('000)

1. ATL 88.254 +5%
2. ORD 76.366 -0.4%
3. LHR 67570 -0.4%
4. HND 66.494 +2.4%
5. LAX 61.745 +1.2%
6. DFW 59.743 -1.0%
7. CDG 59.335 +5.8%
8. FRA 53.671 +2.0%
9. PEK 53.254 +12.0%
10. MAD 50.573 +13.6%

Congratulations to MAD, I think its the first time they are in the TOP10, increasing its PAX numbers faster than all of them.... and the best..... They still have enormous free capacity

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User currently offlineWNBob From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 166 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 33416 times:

PAX load? boring.....

I'd rather see a ranking of best restaurants, comfy (free) lounges, free WIFI. Imaculate toilies blah-blah.


User currently offlineFarnborough24 From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2007, 167 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 33307 times:

Gotta say I'm stunned to see MAD up there so high-had no idea it enjoyed anywhere near that level of passenger throughput. Surely the majority of connections would be in the Latin America-Europe and vice-versa market, which is why I find it all the more suprising to see it this high. I wouldn't expect that market to provide anywhere near that level of traffic, leading me to conclude either that MAD must have a whole lot more O&D than I initially thought or the LatAm-Europe market is miles bigger than I thought.


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User currently offlineViscount724 From Switzerland, joined Oct 2006, 24858 posts, RR: 22
Reply 3, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 33258 times:



Quoting Farnborough24 (Reply 2):
Gotta say I'm stunned to see MAD up there so high-had no idea it enjoyed anywhere near that level of passenger throughput.

I believe MAD overtook AMS for the first time in 2006 in terms of total passengers handled.


User currently offlineCaljn From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 207 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 33228 times:



Quoting WNBob (Reply 1):
PAX load? boring.....

Agreed. But Atlantan's live for this.  zzz   zzz 


User currently offlineReality From United States of America, joined Apr 2007, 466 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 33210 times:



Quoting TKfan (Thread starter):
Ranking Oct06-Sep07 ('000)

This doesn't look like the final list for calendar year 2007.


User currently offlineSpacecadet From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 3608 posts, RR: 12
Reply 6, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 33072 times:



Quoting Reality (Reply 5):
This doesn't look like the final list for calendar year 2007.

Hence TKFan asking if anybody had it...



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User currently offlineFL1TPA From United States of America, joined May 2004, 258 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 33057 times:

Amazing, the busiest airport in the freakin' WORLD still has shorter taxi times than FLL. Go figure...  Wink

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User currently offlineIBERIA747 From Spain, joined Aug 2003, 1831 posts, RR: 58
Reply 8, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 32891 times:



Quoting TKfan (Thread starter):
Does anyone have the final Passenger numbers of FRA, PEK and MAD of 2007???

In MAD's case the numbers have not been released yet, but it's easy to guess they will be a bit over 52 million pax for the year 2007.

Between Jan 01st and Nov 30th 2007, MAD had 48.112.279 passengers and 444.373 aircraft movements. Traffic during December was expected to be around 4,2 million pax and 40.000 aircraft movements.

Quoting Farnborough24 (Reply 2):
Gotta say I'm stunned to see MAD up there so high-had no idea it enjoyed anywhere near that level of passenger throughput.

MAD has been the fifth busiest airport in Europe and one of the World's TOP20 airports for at least...20 years? By looking at your profile it could be said that MAD was already up there before or by the time you were born.  smile 

It has clearly overtaken AMS in 2007 and it's now Europe's 4th busiest (in terms of pax).

Quoting Farnborough24 (Reply 2):
Surely the majority of connections would be in the Latin America-Europe and vice-versa market

Not exactly.

Iberia, which is by far the biggest Europe-LatAm carrier at MAD, has carried in 2007 and for the first time more than 4 million pax in a year on those routes, and I'm not sure if the other carriers put together would make up for similar numbers.

IMO one of the reasons why MAD's numbers are so high could be the BIG Spanish local market. Over 40% of the total pax are on domestic flights.

Saludos.



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User currently offlineGorgos From Greece, joined Dec 2007, 232 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 32712 times:

Although an airport with a certain large size often means raillink to city center, variety of shops, etc, etc and other positive aspects --> After 30-40mln a year, bigger for me often means not better.

User currently offlineTiago701 From Portugal, joined Jun 2006, 171 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 32568 times:



Quoting IBERIA747 (Reply 8):
IMO one of the reasons why MAD's numbers are so high could be the BIG Spanish local market. Over 40% of the total pax are on domestic flights.

Correct. In Europe, Spain has the biggest domestic traffic with MAD-BCN being the busiest route.


User currently offlineTKfan From Turkey, joined Oct 2007, 657 posts, RR: 1
Reply 11, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 32518 times:



Quoting WNBob (Reply 1):
I'd rather see a ranking of best restaurants, comfy (free) lounges, free WIFI. Imaculate toilies blah-blah.

Try Skytrax

Quoting Farnborough24 (Reply 2):

Its not only that MAD is the biggest European Gateway to LatAm. As IberianSpotter said, Spain has a large domestic market, Spain is one of the biggest economies in EU having not only economic and cultural ties to Europe but also LatAM and Africa and last but not least one of the biggest tourism destinations in the world.

The past year(s) you can add that Iberia has concentrated its international operations in MAD and MAD opened one of the biggest Terminals in Europe

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 3):
I believe MAD overtook AMS for the first time in 2006 in terms of total passengers handled.

not at all, World Ranking 2006
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12. AMS 46.1m +4.4%
13. MAD 45.5m +8.1%


User currently offlineWILCO737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 8968 posts, RR: 76
Reply 12, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 32480 times:
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Quoting TKfan (Thread starter):
I m afraid FRA will slip out of the TOP10 until the fourth runway is finished.

ANd it looks like the 4th runway will ne a lot of years until they actually finish it... And FRA airport is annoying! I dont like flying there anymore... lots of traffic, too much traffic to handle... No parking stands, loads of remote stands...

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User currently offlineGorgos From Greece, joined Dec 2007, 232 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 23 hours ago) and read 32452 times:



Quoting Tiago701 (Reply 10):
Correct. In Europe, Spain has the biggest domestic traffic with MAD-BCN being the busiest route.

Make that the bussiest route in the world . I read somewhere that it also surpassed the rio-sao paulo link.
It already had surpased melbourne-sydney.


User currently offlineTKfan From Turkey, joined Oct 2007, 657 posts, RR: 1
Reply 14, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 32366 times:



Quoting WILCO737 (Reply 12):
And FRA airport is annoying! I dont like flying there anymore... lots of traffic, too much traffic to handle... No parking stands, loads of remote stands...

its fine for me  Wink

I prefer a 20min ride/drive to the Airport and 1 hour to get to the plane in the case of FRA, instead the opposite in Berlin


User currently offlineWILCO737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 8968 posts, RR: 76
Reply 15, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 32311 times:
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Quoting TKfan (Reply 14):
I prefer a 20min ride/drive to the Airport and 1 hour to get to the plane in the case of FRA, instead the opposite in Berlin

Yeah, you are at the airport pretty fast, but the airport itself sucks! I mean when I am flying there (as a pilot) its annoying... I know other airports on this planet have a lot of traffic as well, but I always get the feeling that at FRA only a few controllers seem to know what they are doing, while in LHR I get the feeling, that they all know what they are doing! I wont start talking abot CDG though, because I dont understand them anyways Big grin (no matter if they speak french or english  duck  )

I always hate it when we arrive at A42 in FRA! its such a long walk only to the baggage claim...  faint 

Lets soo how long all this will take once the new terminal in the south will be read and the new runway in the north will be in use...
But I doubt it will get a lot better!

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User currently offlineTKfan From Turkey, joined Oct 2007, 657 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 32212 times:

ok, for LH flights you are right, I remember the hassle to get my plane at the very end of T1-A.

The last time i flew with AB from T2, it was ok, even the busride, got lovely birds to see, and a TK A321  cloudnine 


User currently offlineJuventus From United States of America, joined Dec 2004, 2835 posts, RR: 2
Reply 17, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 32079 times:

Anybody have the top 100 list, or a link to it??? I don't care about the "top 10", its mainly the US and Europe. I want to see where airports located in Latin America, Africa, and Middle East fall on the ranking.

User currently offlineTKfan From Turkey, joined Oct 2007, 657 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 22 hours ago) and read 31985 times:



Quoting Juventus (Reply 17):
Anybody have the top 100 list, or a link to it??? I don't care about the "top 10", its mainly the US and Europe. I want to see where airports located in Latin America, Africa, and Middle East fall on the ranking

The 2007 is not published yet, for 2006 I ve only excel data.

from Middle East:
37. DXB 28.8m
94. JED 13.4m

Latin America:
44. MEX 24.7m
66. CGH 18.5m
82. GRU 16.6m

Africa:
74. JNB 17.3m


User currently offlineUnited787 From United States of America, joined May 2005, 2691 posts, RR: 1
Reply 19, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 30241 times:



Quoting TKfan (Thread starter):
2. ORD 76.366 -0.4%

As a Chicagoan, I am looking forward to our new runway opening this year and seeing these numbers rise, although we probably won't see any signficant change until 2009's numbers come out.


User currently offlineReality From United States of America, joined Apr 2007, 466 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 29691 times:



Quoting TKfan (Reply 18):
Quoting Juventus (Reply 17):
Anybody have the top 100 list, or a link to it??? I don't care about the "top 10", its mainly the US and Europe. I want to see where airports located in Latin America, Africa, and Middle East fall on the ranking

The 2007 is not published yet

The 2006 figures were:

By Passenger Traffic/Top 30 Airports/In Millions (rounded)

1 ATL 85
2 ORD 77
3 LHR 68
4 HND 66
5 LAX 61
6 DFW 60
7 CDG 57
8 FRA 53
9 PEK 49
10 DEN 47
11 LAS 46
12 AMS 46
13 MAD 46
14 HKG 44
15 JFK 44
16 BKK 43
17 IAH 41
18 PHX 41
19 EWR 37
20 DTW 36
21 MSP 36
22 SIN 35
23 SFO 35
24 MCO 35
25 LGW 34
26 NRT 34
27 MIA 33
28 PHL 32
29 YYZ 31
30MUC 31

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World'...iest_airports_by_passenger_traffic


User currently offlineComorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 21, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 29649 times:



Quoting Reality (Reply 20):

Is there a list that tells you how many runways these airports have?

Thanks


User currently offlineOORamper From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 22, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 29608 times:

1 ATL 5 runways
2 ORD 6 runways
3 LHR 2 runways
4 HND 3 runways
5 LAX 4 rumways
6 DFW 7 runways
7 CDG 4 runways
8 FRA 3 runways
9 PEK 3 runways
10 DEN 6 runways
11 LAS 4 runways
12 AMS 6 runways
13 MAD 4 runways
14 HKG 2 runways
15 JFK 4 runways
16 BKK 2 runways
17 IAH 5 runways
18 PHX 3 runways
19 EWR 3 runways
20 DTW 6 runways
21 MSP 4 runways
22 SIN 3 runways
23 SFO 4 runways
24 MCO 4 runways
25 LGW 2 runways
26 NRT 2 runways
27 MIA 4 runways
28 PHL 4 runways
29 YYZ 5 runways
30 MUC 2 runways

[Edited 2008-01-09 17:24:42]

User currently offlineComorin From United States of America, joined May 2005, 4896 posts, RR: 16
Reply 23, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 29584 times:



Quoting OORamper (Reply 22):

Wow that was fast! Thank you very much!!  thumbsup 


User currently offlineJetblueguy22 From United States of America, joined Nov 2007, 2755 posts, RR: 4
Reply 24, posted (6 years 6 months 3 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 29575 times:
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Quoting Reality (Reply 20):
15 JFK 44

I am really surprised how far down JFK is. I thought they carried a lot more pax than that. Im sure B6 will change that soon  yes 
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25 Comorin : So I did some simple (simplistic!) division and came up with: Mil Pax/Rwy ATL 17.0 M ORD 12.8 LHR 34.0 HND 22.0 LAX 15.3 DFW 8.6 CDG 14.3 FRA 17.7 PEK
26 Post contains images OORamper : Yeah most I already knew. Had too look up most of the foreign ones. And those numbers don't exactly mean how fast you'll take off. I take off pretty f
27 Asiaflyer : Small correction. SIN has only 2 runways that are connected to the terminal/airport area. The 3rd short remote runway is today only used by the air f
28 Post contains images OORamper : Cool! I didn't know that! You learn something new every day!
29 Comorin : If you had two runways, and you had to maximize movements, is there a benefit to exclusively assigning one to takeoffs and the other for landings?
30 Egcarter : How many runways are in simultaneous use at those airports? For example, EWR does have a short cross-wind runway, but it is rarely used. They use the
31 Post contains images OORamper : In EWR the parallel runways are close together so I could see one for take offs and one for landings. In SLC during the busy time in the morning they
32 TKfan : i was afraid to type everything out of my excel, but i remembered I had post it previously on A.de Here we go, Airport PAX Ranking 2006 1 ATLANTA, GA
33 Dstc47 : The real passenger per runway output superstar is LGW. While LGW has an "emergency runway" AKA a taxiway that can, in extremis, be used as such, it re
34 Farnborough24 : As far as I know, no. At LHR I believe this is currently the case, and there has been pressure for some time to introduce so called 'mixed-mode' oper
35 Fanoftristars : They use that runway all the time. I was on a flight that took off on that runway just a few weeks ago, and yesterday at the 11:00 departure bank I s
36 B2443 : PEK as of Dec31, 2007 total pax 53.31 million.
37 LHR27C : Just to add to that, the main reasons segregated runways can't provide as many movements is a) they won't be so efficient in a peak arrivals/departur
38 Post contains links Viscount724 : This site is a good source for airport/runway information. It uses ICAO 4-letter codes rather than the 3-letter IATA codes but you can usually find t
39 Comorin : Thanks all, for the contributions to this question!
40 IBERIA747 : The final 2007 numbers for Madrid-Barajas have been released today. Total passengers: 52143275 14,6% increase Total aircraft movements: 483284 11,1%
41 TKfan : Amazing numbers, especially their crazy growing rate of 14.6% for an Airport of its size!!! FRA Passengers 54.167.817 +2.5% Movements 492.569 +0.6% F
42 Cloudyapple : We are only a few days into 2008. It takes time to consolidate data for publishing. Be patient. ACI publishes preliminary annual data in the first we
43 TKfan : I know, thats why I was asking only for the numbers of FRA, MAD and PEK.
44 Post contains images FLYYUL : Is 2007 the year YUL makes it in top 100.. estimated 12.4 mil pax lol
45 United787 : ORD may have 6 runways but their configuration doesn't permit them to be used very efficiently. In the future, we will have 6 parallel runways with 2
46 AirIndia : Where can i get a list of the busiest city pairs...?
47 Plane Holland : perhaps you have the 2005 figures available, I like these kind of reports. There must be a lot going on behind those figures I guess, like airlines l
48 Robbie86 : Let's say a carrier chooses to make a technical stop at an airport between two destinations (example: MH KUL-ARN-EWR). Can (as in example) ARN count t
49 Jouy31 : A very good performance for CDG, with almost, but not quite, 60M pax : 59 922 177 (+5.4%)
50 FoxXray : Yes, good performance for CDG and for most of the french airports : ORY : 26.5 M NCE : 10.4 M LYS : 7.3 M ...
51 Haan : That surely cant be right
52 Post contains images TKfan : Coincidentally, I have   Busiest Airports 2005 1 ATL 84166 2 ORD 76934 3 LHR 67956 4 HND 63917 5 LAX 64491 6 DFW 60128 7 CDG 55008 8 F R A 52346 9 D
53 Post contains images TKfan : As some other numbers arrive, maybe we can make our own busiest Airport Ranking, ahead of ACI The bold ones are the the final numbers of 2007 1 ATLANT
54 Viscount724 : No, statistics only include passengers actually boarding or deplaning, not passengers on through flights just making an intemediate stop.
55 Post contains links TKfan : Ranking 2006, with 2007 updates (bold) 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 84.8 million (1.2) 2 CHICAGO, IL ORD 76.2 (0.3) 3 LONDON, GB LHR 67.5 (0.6) 4 TOKYO, JP HND 6
56 TKfan : Whats wrong about it??
57 Jouy31 : LHR passenger traffic for 2007 : 67.855 M (+0.8%) - source BAA
58 Post contains images Robbie86 : Thanks for the info
59 Post contains links Viscount724 : Per the following DXB airport press release, the figure quoted above is correct for 2006. DXB's 2007 passenger total was 34.34 million, an increase o
60 Plane Holland : Singapore Singapore's Changi Airport handled record passenger traffic of 36.7 million in 2007, up almost 5 percent from the previous year, the governm
61 Post contains images TKfan : time for an update than 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 84.8 million (1.2) 2 CHICAGO, IL ORD 76.2 (0.3) 3 LONDON, GB LHR 67.9 0.9 4 TOKYO, JP HND 65.2 3.0 5 LOS AN
62 Jouy31 : - LAWA has released the passenger traffic for 2007 : 61,896,075 (+1.4%) - unless I am mistaken, BCIA has not yet released the official figures Beijing
63 Jouy31 : The info released for LAWA concerns LAX.
64 Someone83 : Numbers from Scandinavia: CPH 21,9 (+2,5) OSL 19,0 (+7,8) ARN 17,9 (+2,1)
65 DAL767400ER : ATL hasn't released official numbers yet, but at the end of October YTD they already had almost exactly 4 million more pax than in 2006 at the same p
66 Post contains links LoneStarMike : You can add Houston (Both Bush-Intercontinental and Hobby) to the list of airports that have released final totals. http://www.fly2houston.com/0/68137
67 Scotron11 : LHR gets top honors for an incredible 34 million pax/runway/year. And it will get busier when T5 opens in March. Will be interesting to see the numbe
68 PRGLY : Seems PRG is approaching top 100 with 12,483,000 pax final in 2007. Hope will be in there in 2008.
69 Jouy31 : I am not sure passenger traffic in LHR can increase substantially if there are no additional slots.
70 PW100 : I think that would be LGW at 35.2 million pax/runway/year. Single runway operation! How do you mean, London area having sufficient runway capacity .
71 Scotron11 : I am not sure passenger traffic in LHR can increase substantially if there are no additional slots. T5 is capable of handling 30M pax/year on its own
72 Elite : Surprising, thought HKG would be higher as they've been posting big numbers near the end of 2007.
73 VV701 : LHR basically operates with departures on one runway, arrivals on the other. Mixed mode is an option that the government is considering. It is said t
74 TKfan : Isnt it high to be in the Top15?? for 2007 i found 47.8m PAX an increase of 7.5% thats amazing
75 Jouy31 : DFW still has not released the data for ... November.
76 Jouy31 : Data for ORD has been released : 76 182 025 (-0.15%)
77 Jouy31 : DFW has released both its November and December data and it appears that CDG has overtaken DFW as the world's 6th busiest airport for passenger traffi
78 Jouy31 : Additional data from DEN & LAS DEN 49 863 152 (+5.4%) LAS 47 728 414 (+3.1%)
79 Gkirk : Can only use one runway at a time. Second runway only used when main runway closed.
80 Post contains images Caribillo : There is a proyect to increase the number of terminals from 4 to 5 in MAD.
81 TKfan : Thank you Jouy31, really great job. You have nearly provided all paxnumbers of the TOP15. Think we can make a preliminary ranking for 2007 of the TOP
82 Rscaife1682 : How has most a/c movements RYAN
83 Post contains images Rscaife1682 : I mean Who not HOW RYAN
84 IBERIA747 : Not exactly. There was a 2nd satellite planned in the original project which is what can be seen on that pic, but it was cancelled later due to econo
85 AAflyguy : ATL is just over 82.1 million through Nov '07, up nearly 4.4 million or 5.5% YTD. So the airport will end the year at just under 90 million. Pretty ma
86 A380US : Im not sure but if you look at these peolse journeys youll that like HND for ecample get many people on 1 hour flights where JFK has much longer flig
87 LOT767-300ER : When everything is said and done, ORD will overtake ATL. Its just that runway craphell and construction is wreaking havoc and will continue to do so
88 Post contains links Plane Holland : I think we can add this one to the list as well. Baltimore past 21 million mark http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/stories/2008/02/04/daily36.html
89 N1120A : You shouldn't be, and those numbers include the influence B6 has had over the last 9 years or so. LGA and EWR soak up massive amounts of traffic, par
90 Caribillo : Roger! Does anybody know the actually percentage of use of MAD and its room to grow. Double digit grows should be limited in time, shouldn't they?
91 IBERIA747 : Well...MAD handled 52,1 million pax in 2007. With the new terminals the entire airport is supposed to be able to handle up to 70 million pax. However
92 TKfan : " target=_blank>http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore....html Thank you for the link. There are also the numbers of IAD and DCA. I only update the IAD
93 Post contains links Plane Holland : I think maybe we have to look at the press release of the airport BWI, commercial passengers went up: 2006 figures: http://www.bwiairport.com/press_ro
94 Post contains images Caribillo : Thanks a lot!
95 Post contains links and images Clipper136 : You can update MCO 36.5 Million +5.3% MCO 2007 Stats MIA 33.7 Million +3.7% MIA 2007 Stats FLL 22.7 Million +6.1% FLL 2007 Stats TPA 19.2 Million +1.5
96 FlyASAGuy2005 : So true! I NEVER have issue in ATL. The layout is pretty genious and the entire process is pretty darn fluid. We can thank that additional runway I g
97 DAL767400ER : Indeed, that runway has indeed helped raise the number of flights and reduce delays. Of course, taxiing to and from that runway is a b!tch. Very true
98 Post contains links YVRSR : 2007 information available for YVR 17.5 million 3.4% change from 2006 See http://www.yvr.ca/authority/facts/
99 AAflyguy : It makes total sense to expect additional service in ORD once the slot restrictions are lifted, but the place isn't going to all of a sudden leapfrog
100 Post contains images TKfan : untill the ACi statistics are relesed, I'll asume they have an overall growth of 1.7% Great, thank you, keep the traffic figures coming Ranking 2006;
101 Hjulicher : I'm amazed by the 22% growth at DME. That is phenomenal. Basically SVO and DME are competing against each other and I think that they're going to cont
102 Skydrol : Does YYZ still take top honor for having the most expensive landing fees in the world? That would be another interesting list to see. Just over a year
103 Jouy31 : Thanks for the great work ! Unless I am mistaken, number 6 and 7 should be reversed in your list. Cheers.
104 Post contains images TKfan : Its done with your great contribution you are right, i did in the previous ranking but forgot in the last..... I will correct them add some new figur
105 TKfan : Ranking 2006, with 2007 updates (bold) 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 89.0 million 5.0 Approximation 2 CHICAGO, IL ORD 76.2 (0.2) 3 LONDON, GB LHR 67.9 0.9 4 TOKYO
106 FlyASAGuy2005 : You and me both. I have no idea what's going on. Last I heard was the original designer of the terminal was trying to sue the city of Atlanta. I thin
107 Post contains images Flysherwood : How come DXB isn't on any of these lists? Aren't they supposed to be the be all and end all of air travel?
108 Post contains images TKfan : for 2006 for 2007 Note: Ranking for 2007 is not accurate, as some other numbers are not provided yet, but expect them in the TOP30 or even TOP25
109 Post contains links A342 : The 2007 numbers for MUC are out: 34 million pax (+10.4%), 432,000 movements (+5%), 450,000 tonnes of air cargo in total, actual air cargo 251,000 ton
110 TKfan : Got the numbers too but from A.de, amazing growth!!!!
111 AAflyguy : ATL's South Terminal will come after the East Terminal is opened, probably middle of the next decade. The plan currently shows a terminal with about 3
112 Post contains images Cornish : you not read one of the earlier posts? - 34 million for 2007, up from 28 million the year before. Few major airports are growing at that rate. Curren
113 TKfan : A little bit ambitious??? maybe in the next 50 years? I agree not with O&D Traffic as Dubai is Kind of a Disneyworld for stunning architecture but no
114 Post contains links TKfan : DHMI just released the final results about the traffic figures (.000) 1 ISTANBUL, TR IST 23.196 +9.1 *** 2 ANTALYA, TR AYT 17.710 +21.0 *** 3 IZMIR,
115 R2rho : Cool! I had never seen a photo of this, thanks for posting it! Actually, given the way the airport was expanded some years ago, a future terminal bet
116 Post contains images TKfan : Ranking 2006, with 2007 updates (bold) 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 89.0 million 5.0 Approximation 2 CHICAGO, IL ORD 76.2 (0.2) 3 LONDON, GB LHR 67.9 0.9 4 TOKYO
117 Post contains images TKfan : Some more updates, I changed the mode as 3/4 are almost complete, bold entries missing numbers. If someone can provide the missing numbers will be app
118 Jouy31 : According to the January 2008 operational data released by BCIA, the total number of passengers in 2007 for PEK was 53 583 664 JFK has also released i
119 Post contains images WunalaYann : Passion for aviation notwithstanding, why would you want your airport to grow in terms of number of flights? Especially when your airport is one of L
120 N1120A : For all intents and purposes, LGW has 1 runway Actually, LGW wins since it is as much a 2 runway airport as LHR is a 3 runway airport.
121 TKfan : Ranking 07, Ranking 06, Airport, Pax, growth bold entries missing 1 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 89.1 million 5.1 Approximation 2 2 CHICAGO, IL ORD 76.2 (0.2) 3
122 AAflyguy : ATL has posted its final numbers for 2007: Pax - 89,379,287 +5.34% Ops - 994,346 +1.83% Intl traffic was up 10.2% for the year, not necessarily surpri
123 Post contains images GatorAvionics : Well, there's always the stalls in MSP! Hahahaha!
124 DAL767400ER : Pretty much the expected number, nonetheless though, always impressive to look at that number. Almost 90 million pax, wow.
125 Continental180 : and you got to relieze to that Newark rarely uses that 3rd runway, only using really 4L and 4R... so thats like 18.5 Mil
126 TKfan : Ranking 2007, Ranking 2006, Airport, Pax, growth (bold not updated, showing 2006 numbers) Ranking 2006, with 2007 updates (bold) 1 1 ATLANTA, GA ATL 8
127 Post contains links Cltguy : Here are the 2007 numbers for CLT CHARLOTTE, NC 33.2M Passengers increase of 12% over 2006 Source: http://www.charmeck.org/NR/rdonlyres...cbd/Activity
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