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Most Number Of Seat Between 2 Cities (non-stop)  
User currently offlineDetroitflyer From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 391 posts, RR: 0
Posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8453 times:

Does anyone know what two city pairs have the most number of seats available?

my guesses

LON-NYC
NYC-LAX
DXB-LON
PIT-YYZ
NYC-CHI

Any info??


Boiler Up!!!
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User currently offlineMAH4546 From Sweden, joined Jan 2001, 33041 posts, RR: 71
Reply 1, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8454 times:



Quoting Detroitflyer (Thread starter):
my guesses

LON-NYC
NYC-LAX
DXB-LON
PIT-YYZ
NYC-CHI

Any info??

PIT-YYZ?!?

In the United States, it is probably South Florida-New York, San Francisco Area-LA, or NYC-LA.



a.
User currently offlineFlyDeltaJets87 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8454 times:

NYC-South Florida (MIA/FLL/PBI).
SFO area - LA area
Surprisingly, ATL-DEN and ATL-CHI have a high number of seats with four airlines all flying them last I checked (ATL-DEN: DL, FL, UA, F9 & ATL-CHI: DL, FL, UA, AA)
Some of the inner-Japan routes are up there.
Dallas - Houston is up there
Washington, D.C. - NYC

I'm curious how you got PIT-YYZ though.


User currently offlineLGAtoIND From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 490 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8429 times:

Yeah man, PIT-YYZ is def. not up there at all. Going along with the YYZ idea, it would be interesting to compare these city pairs to Toronto-Montreal, even though they are not in the U.S.

User currently offlineCO777ER From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 691 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8427 times:



Quoting FlyDeltaJets87 (Reply 2):
Dallas - Houston is up there

Thinking the same. Especially if you count both IAH/HOU --- DFW/DAL.
Between CO, AA, WN there are quite a few seats.

JFK-LAX has widebody and 752s iirc


User currently offlineThe Coachman From Australia, joined Apr 2001, 1429 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8364 times:

Try SYD-MEL

QF on the half hour (and 15 minutes in the morning peak) - 3/4 or more of the services are B767-300ER with about 240 seats

DJ with 73H's similar frequency except middle of the day when it flies hourly.

Oh and add JQ to AVV (which is a similar market) - a few 177 seat A320's a day



M88, 722, 732, 733, 734, 73G, 73H, 742, 743, 744, 752, 762, 763, 772, 773, 77W, 320, 332, 333, 345, 388, DH8, SF3 - want
User currently offlineDfwRevolution From United States of America, joined Jan 2010, 984 posts, RR: 51
Reply 6, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8362 times:

Running the numbers on Dallas-Houston daily frequencies -

Southwest Airlines:
30 x DAL-HOU x 137 seat (B733/73G) = 4,110 seats

American Airlines/Eagle:
5 x DFW-IAH x 136 seat (MD80) = 680 seats
1 x DFW-IAH x 142 seat (B738) = 142 seats
1 x DFW-HOU x 37 seat (ERD) = 37 seats
8 x DFW-HOU x 44 seat (ER4) = 352 seats

Continental Airlines/affiliates:
2 x DFW-IAH x 124 (B73G) = 248 seats
4 x DFW-IAH x 114 (B735) = 456 seats
1 x DFW-IAH x 124 seat (B733) = 124 seats
3 x DFW-IAH x 50 seat (ERJ 145) = 150 seats
7 x DAL-IAH x 50 seat (ERJ 145) = 350 seats
5 x DAL-IAH x 37 seat (ERJ 135) = 185 seats

WN - 4,110 seats
AA - 1,211 seats
CO - 1,513 seats

In total - 6,834 seats (give or take)

Approximately 8 Airbus A380-800 loaded to their evacuation limit in each direction, each day.


User currently offlineKent350787 From Australia, joined May 2008, 967 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8345 times:

MEL-SYD is up to 6.915million passengers per year (both directions) as of March 2008......

User currently onlineBrenintw From Taiwan, joined Jul 2006, 1669 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8338 times:

This has been discussed before, and TPE-HKG was at the top of the list.

At one point, CX flew 102 flights a week between the cities -- all with widebody aircraft.

BR, CI and KA all fly multiple flights daily on widebody aircraft. TG also plies the route.

EDIT:

I'm bored at lunch time, so I decided to take a snapshot of flights for tomorrow (TPE to HKG only):

CX: 77A (2x 301); 330* (9x 311); 34C (1x 287); 773 (1x 385); 74A (1x 379); 333 (1x 251). Total: 4,703 seats.

KA**: 330 (4x 299). Total: 1,997

CI: 744 (5x 397); 333 (5x 313); 738 (1x 158); 340 (2x 276). Total: 4, 260

BR: 74M (3x 276); 332 (5x 252); 744 (1x 372). Total: 2,460

Total from these four carriers: 13,420

*EQV = A330-300
** I averaged the three seat counts for KA, since I couldn't tell which seat count applied to which aircraft.

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:00:42]

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:02:27]


I'm tired of the A vs. B sniping. Neither make planes that shed wings randomly!
User currently offlineDetroitflyer From United States of America, joined Oct 2006, 391 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 8324 times:

Wow, i had no idea HOU-DAL would be up there, considering they are in drivable distance.

I always thought. NYC-LON would be up there



Boiler Up!!!
User currently offlineThe Coachman From Australia, joined Apr 2001, 1429 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8261 times:

On a Monday, there are 35 daily QF SYD-MEL flights (not both ways - only ex Sydney). Of these, 23 are operated by 763's, 10 remainder by 73H's and 2 with 734's.

There are 35 daily QF MEL-SYD flights (only ex Melbourne). Similar proportions of 763 operations (15), the rest are 73H's.

The 763 seat about 240 pax and the 73H's 168 pax.

There are also 8 daily JQ A320's between SYD-AVV and vv. (177 pax each)

I don't have time to crunch the numbers of DJ flights - maybe another Aussie could do that.
This is far more than DFW-IAH. FAR more.

QF alone has over 7200 seats per day on the route IN EACH DIRECTION. Jetstar is 1416 per day.



M88, 722, 732, 733, 734, 73G, 73H, 742, 743, 744, 752, 762, 763, 772, 773, 77W, 320, 332, 333, 345, 388, DH8, SF3 - want
User currently offlineBoeing737wg From United States of America, joined Apr 2006, 26 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8258 times:

Wouldn't SAN-LAX or SAN-PHX be packed?

SAN-LAX pretty much takes off every 1/2 or so
SAN-PHX WN flies tons(not sure about timing)


Just my  twocents 
Boeing737wg



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User currently offlineNewYorkCityBoi From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 193 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8230 times:

How about Tokyo to Fukuoka??? or Tokyo to Supporo?? 20 sth flights a day with 747-400D (550+ seats per flight)
i think it's more than HKG-TPE or any domestic US city pairs. Even NYC-LON has 30+ flights a day with big planes.. but those planes are light (full of F and C class seats) BA 744 on that flight is just 250+ seats


User currently offlineMastaHanky From United States of America, joined May 2006, 264 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8207 times:

Seems to me that MAD-BCN is up there too.

A random search pulled up 49 nonstop flights (one-way) in one day!


User currently offlineSESGDL From United States of America, joined Jan 2001, 3489 posts, RR: 10
Reply 14, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8201 times:

Atlanta to New York/Newark would definitely be up there:

Delta/affiliates: (for today's schedules only)
1 x ATL-JFK x 212 seats (767-300ER) = 216 seats
1 x ATL-JFK x 160 seats (737-800) = 160 seats
1 x ATL-JFK x 174 seats (757-200ER) = 174 seats
1 x ATL-JFK x 183 seats (757-200) = 183 seats
1 x ATL-JFK x 70 seats (CRJ-700) = 70 seats
1 x ATL-JFK x 50 seats (CRJ-200) = 50 seats
12 x ATL-LGA x 142 seats (MD-88) = 1,704 seats
5 x ATL-LGA x 183 seats (757-200) = 915 seats
1 x ATL-LGA x 160 seats (737-800) = 160 seats
4 x ATL-EWR x 142 seats (MD-88) = 568 seats
3 x ATL-EWR x 160 seats (737-800) = 480 seats
2 x ATL-EWR x 183 seats (757-200) = 366 seats
1 x ATL-EWR x 70 seats (CRJ-700) = 70 seats

Continental/affiliates:
7 x ATL-EWR x 114 seats (737-500) = 798 seats
2 x ATL-EWR x 124 seats (737-700) = 248 seats
1 x ATL-EWR x 50 seats (ERJ-145) = 50 seats

American/American Eagle:
4 x ATL-LGA x 136 seats (MD-82/83) = 544 seats

AirTran:
6 x ATL-LGA x 137 seats (737-700) = 822 seats
5 x ATL-LGA x 117 seats (717-200) = 585 seats
5 x ATL-EWR x 117 seats (717-200) = 585 seats
2 x ATL-EWR x 137 seats (737-700) = 274 seats

DL - 5,116 seats
FL - 2,266 seats
CO - 1,096 seats
AA - 544 seats

TOTAL (approximation) - 9,022 seats each way, 66 daily flights each way doesn't include ISP, HPN, or SWF.

Jeremy

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:05:13]

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:05:33]

User currently offlineKent350787 From Australia, joined May 2008, 967 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8166 times:

Taking my earlier figures even further, in the year to 30 March 2008, there was a n average of 18,946 revenue passengers per day flying MEL-SYD, both directions (data sourced from our Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics).

Available seats would bump that figure well up......

Kent


User currently offlineJkudall From United States of America, joined Mar 2004, 615 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8132 times:

I found this online. It gives OAG data of number of seats on flights operating between airport
pairs.

Top 100 City Pairs Worldwide by Monodirectional International & Domestic Scheduled Seats in 2007
Source: OAG Data

Ranking From To Seats in 2007
1 CTS HND 7,712,102
2 HND CTS 7,711,539
3 HND FUK 5,725,222
4 FUK HND 5,725,159
5 HKG TPE 4,917,314
6 TPE HKG 4,911,010
7 BCN MAD 3,913,125
8 MEL SYD 3,908,529
9 ITM HND 3,843,456
10 HND ITM 3,841,744
11 MAD BCN 3,836,165
12 CJU GMP 3,767,381
13 SYD MEL 3,762,664
14 GMP CJU 3,750,991
15 OKA HND 3,226,676
16 HND OKA 3,182,219
17 SDU CGH 3,156,240
18 CGH SDU 3,156,012
19 SHA PEK 3,131,150
20 PEK SHA 3,127,990
21 DEL BOM 3,110,331
22 BOM DEL 3,065,230
23 PVG HKG 2,858,173
24 HKG PVG 2,848,010
25 CPT JNB 2,768,900
26 JNB CPT 2,766,749
27 SYD BNE 2,641,318
28 BNE SYD 2,596,080
29 SUB CGK 2,325,126
30 CGK SUB 2,297,308
31 JFK LHR 2,101,896
32 LHR JFK 2,101,646
33 CGK SIN 2,062,437
34 BKK HKG 2,055,208
35 BKK SIN 2,028,065
36 SIN BKK 2,026,831
37 HKG BKK 2,018,942
38 SIN CGK 2,014,412
39 GMP PUS 1,992,702
40 PUS GMP 1,984,843
41 LIN FCO 1,931,477
42 FCO LIN 1,928,508
43 HIJ HND 1,917,487
44 HND HIJ 1,917,271
45 JNB DUR 1,904,084
46 DUR JNB 1,900,540
47 OGG HNL 1,846,044<<<<<<<<<< Highest betweeen two US cities
48 HNL OGG 1,818,641<<<<<------#'s have changed since AQ closed down.
49 RUH JED 1,780,538
50 LAX LAS 1,752,962
51 MES CGK 1,750,099
52 JED RUH 1,733,519
53 CGK MES 1,720,773
54 DPS CGK 1,710,107
55 CAN PEK 1,703,930
56 LAS LAX 1,700,815
57 MCO ATL 1,694,276
58 ATL MCO 1,693,213
59 PEK CAN 1,684,718
60 KOJ HND 1,671,265
61 SFO LAX 1,656,136
62 HND KOJ 1,648,218
63 LAX SFO 1,628,033
64 LAS PHX 1,627,600
65 HKG SIN 1,604,452
66 SIN HKG 1,604,226
67 ORD LGA 1,604,038
68 HKT BKK 1,600,295
69 MEX MTY 1,595,215
70 LGA ORD 1,582,462
71 YYZ YUL 1,566,686
72 BLR BOM 1,563,296
73 PHX LAS 1,560,166
74 NRT TPE 1,551,656
75 TPE NRT 1,551,253
76 YUL YYZ 1,550,993
77 BOM BLR 1,544,211
78 ATL LGA 1,530,381
79 LGA ATL 1,527,377
80 MTY MEX 1,525,139
81 CGK DPS 1,520,511
82 CAN SHA 1,507,752
83 SHA CAN 1,507,315
84 GDL MEX 1,504,792
85 ICN NRT 1,494,858
86 NRT ICN 1,494,531
87 CTU PEK 1,489,713
88 BKK HKT 1,488,562
89 ORY TLS 1,485,326
90 NRT PVG 1,484,494
91 PVG NRT 1,484,466
92 TLS ORY 1,481,490
93 PEK CTU 1,476,765
94 HND KMJ 1,475,310
95 KMJ HND 1,464,217
96 HNL LIH 1,456,301
97 LIH HNL 1,443,504
98 MEX GDL 1,430,858
99 LAX JFK 1,429,216
100 NRT BKK 1,429,120

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:35:40]

User currently offlineKent350787 From Australia, joined May 2008, 967 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8113 times:

Interesting - I wonder how many seats have now come out of BCN-MAD since the high speed rail opened?

It possibly also begs the question why Iberia and Qantas have never gone for the D versions of widebodies...

Kent


User currently offline6thfreedom From Bermuda, joined Sep 2004, 3333 posts, RR: 20
Reply 18, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8086 times:



Quoting The Coachman (Reply 10):
I don't have time to crunch the numbers of DJ flights - maybe another Aussie could do that.

On most weekdays DJ operates 33 services in each direction.
Assume B737G = 144 seats

4752 seats in each direction

9504 per day

3.4 M seats pa


User currently offlineAR385 From Mexico, joined Nov 2003, 6358 posts, RR: 31
Reply 19, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 8084 times:
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I suppose CGH-SDU, in both directions must be pretty busy too. EZE-MAD must be up there as well. What about CDG-NCE? CDG-LON?

User currently offlineKent350787 From Australia, joined May 2008, 967 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 8053 times:

Quoting AR385 (Reply 19):
I suppose CGH-SDU, in both directions must be pretty busy too. EZE-MAD must be up there as well. What about CDG-NCE? CDG-LON?

If you look at the list above (which I'm happy to accept as fact), CGH-SDU is 17 and 18 (each way). None of your others are there - LHR-JFK is the highest ranking pair including LHR at 31 and 32.

[Edited 2008-06-23 22:57:36]

User currently offlineJacobin777 From United States of America, joined Sep 2004, 14968 posts, RR: 60
Reply 21, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 8024 times:

ORD-LGA/JFK/EWR with AA/UA/CO/DL/B6 and DL LGA-MDW is approximately 8700 seats per day.

AA is at around 38%, UA is at around 35.5%, CO is at around 12% and DL is at around 9.6% and B6 comes in at 4.5%.. spin 

I didn't add WN's MDW-ISP nor AA's ORD-HPN..



"Up the Irons!"
User currently offlinePa747sp From Australia, joined Jan 2008, 243 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (6 years 4 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 8003 times:



Quoting Jkudall (Reply 16):



Quoting Jkudall (Reply 16):
I found this online. It gives OAG data of number of seats on flights operating between airport
pairs.

Top 100 City Pairs Worldwide by Monodirectional International & Domestic Scheduled Seats in 2007
Source: OAG Data

Just to nit-pick, this is a ranking of airport pairs, not city pairs. London for instance does not reate highly due to the multiple airports in the London area, same with NYC. It the figures were for city pairs I am sure there would be some differences in the figures.



Nothing seems as good since the VC10.
User currently offlineVV701 From United Kingdom, joined Aug 2005, 7619 posts, RR: 17
Reply 23, posted (6 years 4 months 1 day 22 hours ago) and read 7722 times:



Quoting Pa747sp (Reply 22):
Just to nit-pick, this is a ranking of airport pairs, not city pairs. London for instance does not reate highly due to the multiple airports in the London area, same with NYC.

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To illustrate this consider LON-DUB. Here are the PASSENGER (not seat) figures for 2007:

LGW-DUB-LHR 1,974,169
LGW-DUB-LGW 882,499
LCY-DUB-LCY 153,082
LTN-DUB-LTN 358,140
STN-DUB-STN 963,637

TOTAL 4,331,527

On the assumption of a 75 per cent load factor that would indicate a seat total of about 5.8 million or 2.9 million each way putting this route somewhere in the early 20s in the list in Reply 16. However on the basis of seats between airports used in Reply 13 DUB does not feature in the top 100. So it looks as if the list could alter substantially if the figures for multi-airport cities are consolidated to give a true figure for Seats Between 2 Cities.


User currently offlineMOBflyer From United States of America, joined Sep 2007, 1209 posts, RR: 4
Reply 24, posted (6 years 4 months 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 7605 times:

The largest airport pairs by seats that involve atleast one US airport are:

Rank ORIGIN DEST DAILY SEATS
1 JFK LHR 5,127
2 LHR JFK 5,120
3 OGG HNL 5,018
4 HNL OGG 4,928
5 ATL MCO 4,743
6 LAX LAS 4,742
7 MCO ATL 4,734
8 LAS LAX 4,610
9 SFO LAX 4,391
10 LAS PHX 4,353
11 LAX SFO 4,299
12 PHX LAS 4,217
13 ATL LGA 4,027
14 LGA ATL 4,007
15 ORD LGA 4,006
16 LGA ORD 3,973
17 HNL LIH 3,954
18 LIH HNL 3,913
19 LAX JFK 3,821
20 DFW ATL 3,784
21 ATL DFW 3,780
22 JFK LAX 3,742
23 KOA HNL 3,651
24 ATL FLL 3,614
25 FLL ATL 3,610
26 LAX ORD 3,600
27 ORD LAX 3,560
28 LAX HNL 3,543
29 HNL LAX 3,531
30 PHX LAX 3,492
31 LGA DCA 3,412
32 DEN PHX 3,408
33 BOS LGA 3,407
34 PHX DEN 3,407
35 LGA BOS 3,398
36 DCA LGA 3,391
37 ORD MSP 3,386
38 HOU DAL 3,363
39 DAL HOU 3,349
40 HNL KOA 3,328
41 MSP ORD 3,328
42 LAX PHX 3,317
43 LAS DEN 3,224
44 DEN LAS 3,222
45 ATL TPA 3,221
46 TPA ATL 3,211
47 PHX SAN 3,207
48 DEN DFW 3,184
49 SAN PHX 3,165
50 OAK LAX 3,128
51 HNL NRT 3,127
52 LAX OAK 3,124
53 DFW DEN 3,112
54 DFW ORD 3,061
55 ATL LAX 3,057
56 LAX ATL 3,048
57 DEN LAX 3,030
58 ORD DFW 3,011
59 LAX DEN 3,009
60 DEN ORD 2,929
61 ORD LHR 2,879
62 LHR ORD 2,873
63 ATL MIA 2,871
64 MIA ATL 2,866
65 DFW LAX 2,854
66 ORD DEN 2,838
67 SFO ORD 2,838
68 LAX DFW 2,834
69 SFO JFK 2,826
70 ORD SFO 2,818
71 ORD BOS 2,805
72 NRT HNL 2,797
73 EWR ATL 2,784
74 ATL EWR 2,780
75 BOS ORD 2,778
76 ATL DCA 2,775
77 MCO PHL 2,770
78 DCA ATL 2,760
79 PHL MCO 2,738
80 JFK SFO 2,736
81 HNL ITO 2,704
82 PHL ATL 2,674
83 ATL PHL 2,669
84 ATL LAS 2,664
85 LAS ATL 2,653
86 ITO HNL 2,616
87 PHL ORD 2,591
88 SEA ANC 2,583
89 SFO LAS 2,565
90 ANC SEA 2,559
91 LAS SFO 2,556
92 ATL ORD 2,539
93 SAN OAK 2,536
94 ORD ATL 2,533
95 OAK SAN 2,530
96 LAX SJC 2,527
97 SJC LAX 2,523
98 EWR ORD 2,521

The largest DOMESTIC city pairs by seats in the US:
1 +SF +LA 21,537
2 +LA +SF 21,531
3 +NY +MI 15,685
4 +MI +NY 15,623
5 +NY +CH 10,379
6 +CH +NY 10,333
7 +PH +LA 10,158
8 +LA +PH 9,991
9 +LA +LV 9,889
10 +LV +LA 9,758
11 +BO +WA 8,977
12 +WA +BO 8,839
13 +NY ATL 8,773
14 ATL +NY 8,717
15 ATL +MI 8,390
16 +MI ATL 8,380
17 +NY +WA 8,266
18 +WA +NY 8,233
19 +NY +OR 7,597
20 +OR +NY 7,556
21 +WA +CH 7,453
22 +BO +NY 7,405
23 +NY +BO 7,401
24 +CH +WA 7,330
25 +LA +NY 7,218
26 +NY +LA 7,130
27 ATL +WA 6,940
28 +WA ATL 6,912
29 +CH +LA 6,328
30 +LA +CH 6,321
31 +SF +LV 6,273
32 +LV +SF 6,270
33 SAN +SF 6,222
34 +LA SMF 6,164
35 SMF +LA 6,159
36 +SF SAN 6,096
37 +HO +DA 6,073
38 +DA +HO 6,042
39 +WA +MI 5,569
40 +MI +WA 5,566
41 +DA +LA 5,556
42 +LA +DA 5,497
43 DEN +LA 5,407
44 +LA DEN 5,395
45 SEA +SF 5,339
46 +SF SEA 5,324
47 +CH +BO 5,246
48 +BO +CH 5,190
49 SEA +LA 5,138
50 +SF +NY 5,113
51 +LA SEA 5,076
52 OGG HNL 5,018
53 +CH +SF 5,002
54 +SF +CH 4,997
55 HNL OGG 4,928
56 +NY +SF 4,854
57 ATL +OR 4,743
58 +OR ATL 4,734
59 +CH MSP 4,683
60 PHL +BO 4,652
61 +BO PHL 4,608
62 +PH +SF 4,529
63 +SF +PH 4,528
64 MSP +CH 4,513
65 DEN +SF 4,489
66 DEN +CH 4,474
67 +SF DEN 4,387
68 +CH DEN 4,381
69 +LV +PH 4,353
70 +PH +LV 4,217
71 ATL +LA 4,204
72 +LA ATL 4,195
73 +WA +OR 4,166
74 +OR +WA 4,162
75 ATL +CH 4,105
76 +CH ATL 4,058
77 +LV +CH 4,020
78 +CH +LV 3,977
79 HNL LIH 3,954
80 LIH HNL 3,913
81 +NY +TA 3,864
82 AUS +DA 3,843
83 +TA +NY 3,842
84 +DE +CH 3,839
85 PDX +SF 3,838
86 +DA +NY 3,830
87 +NY +DA 3,813
88 +LA HNL 3,811
89 HNL +LA 3,799
90 +SF PDX 3,798
91 +DA ATL 3,784
92 ATL +DA 3,780
93 +DA AUS 3,757
94 +DA SAT 3,730
95 +CH +DE 3,727
96 +HO +NY 3,716
97 SAT +DA 3,712
98 +CH +MI 3,702
99 +NY +HO 3,691
100 +MI +CH 3,686
101 +DA +WA 3,660
102 KOA HNL 3,651
103 CLT +NY 3,648
104 +WA +DA 3,637
105 +DA +CH 3,636
106 +CH +DA 3,586
107 PHL +CH 3,584
108 +HO +LA 3,571
109 +NY CLT 3,554
110 +LA +HO 3,509
111 +LA SLC 3,489
112 SLC +LA 3,483
113 +CH +PH 3,442
114 +CH PHL 3,437
115 DEN +PH 3,408
116 +PH DEN 3,407
117 STL +CH 3,385
118 +PH +CH 3,385
119 CLT +WA 3,379
120 +CH STL 3,369
121 +DE +NY 3,354
122 HNL KOA 3,328
123 +WA CLT 3,323
124 +NY +DE 3,320
125 PHL +MI 3,251
126 +NY +LV 3,246
127 +MI PHL 3,239
128 +LV DEN 3,224
129 DEN +LV 3,222
130 ATL +TA 3,221
131 +LV +NY 3,219
132 +TA ATL 3,211
133 +PH SAN 3,207
134 DEN +DA 3,184
135 SAN +PH 3,165
136 +WA +DE 3,162
137 +DE +WA 3,157
138 +MI CLT 3,138
139 CLT +MI 3,136
140 +DA DEN 3,112
141 DEN +WA 3,109
142 +WA +LA 3,099
143 +WA DEN 3,085
144 +DA +SF 3,070
145 +CH +OR 3,058
146 +NY SJU 3,032
147 +SF +DA 3,030
148 +OR +CH 3,026
149 SJU +NY 3,023
150 +DA +MI 3,009
151 +MI +DA 2,991
152 +LA +WA 2,944
153 MCI +CH 2,872
154 +CH MCI 2,823
155 +OR +BO 2,799
156 +BO +OR 2,797
157 +OR +MI 2,796
158 +MI +OR 2,788
159 MSY +HO 2,785
160 +HO MSY 2,779
161 +TA +MI 2,773
162 +OR PHL 2,770
163 +MI +TA 2,761
164 +BO ATL 2,760
165 ATL +BO 2,748
166 PHL +OR 2,738
167 +NY MSP 2,727
168 MSP +NY 2,721
169 +NY DEN 2,713
170 +BO +MI 2,705
171 HNL ITO 2,704
172 +TA +WA 2,698
173 +MI +BO 2,694
174 STL +DA 2,677
175 +MI SJU 2,675
176 PHL ATL 2,674
177 +DA STL 2,673
178 ATL PHL 2,669
179 ATL +HO 2,669
180 ATL +LV 2,664
181 +HO ATL 2,661
182 +WA +TA 2,661
183 +LV ATL 2,653
184 SJU +MI 2,647
185 +CH SEA 2,619
186 ITO HNL 2,616
187 DEN +NY 2,600
188 SAT +HO 2,595
189 ATL +MO 2,593
190 +MO ATL 2,590
191 SEA ANC 2,583
192 +CH +HO 2,570
193 HNL +SF 2,565
194 ANC SEA 2,559
195 +HO +MI 2,548
196 +SF HNL 2,546
197 +MI +HO 2,533
198 +HO SAT 2,507


25 Jacobin777 : Your number doesn't reflect my number here... In other words, I don't see Chicago-New York City on this list (now it could be because you don't count
26 AS739X : Sorry, just have to ask where you came up with PIT-YYZ? ASSFO
27 Steex : According to MOBflyer's list, Chicago-NYC is higher on the list than the portion you quoted (5 and 6, or essentially the third place city pair behind
28 WestWing : Any airline flying the JFK-LHR route almost certainly uses the same equipment in both directions. So can anyone explain the mystery of the seven disa
29 Jacobin777 : Interesting..you (and MOBflyer) have some valid points...
30 Steex : Actually, it just struck me that MOBflyer's figures might also reflect CO still flying EWR-MDW depending on the age of the information. That would be
31 Spacecadet : Some, but Tokyo-Sapporo would still be on top. This is by far the busiest city pair in the world and has been for some time. If you look at the list,
32 USAirALB : I know its not big but ALB-DC Area has: ALB-DCA 1x US 733-134 seats 2x US E170-144 seats 1x US CR2- 5O seats 328 daily seats DCA. ____________________
33 EXAAUADL : How about the most overserved city pair? ie number of seats relative to population. MSP-MEM, or ATL-CVG?
34 Bbinn333 : Some From MCO May Be : MCO-MIA MCO-ATL
35 GatiBOSGRU : I would have guessed that... but I think if you add SAO-RIO (Not counting individual airports) you get alot more. There are a ton of CGH-GIG and GRU-
36 MOBflyer : They do. +NY is LGA/JFK/EWR/SWF/ISP; +CH is ORD/MDW/RFD/GYY (but ORD and MDW only matter in this case) The difference can be found in that it is flow
37 Steex : Excellent, thanks for the additional info! So it's a little bit of each to explain the difference between your figures and Jacobin777's then; YE 2007
38 OzGlobal : Australians, now please explain to me that there is no case for HSR between SYD and MEL. MAD - BCN have already done it. Cheaper than a second SYD air
39 WestWing : Thanks for the clarification. The earlier posts were about scheduled seats so that's what I assumed.
40 Stevebarylick : In 1999 I flew a Qantas domestic hop between SYD and MEL on a 747 (not remembering if it was a 743 or 744), totally full, early AM commuter flight, no
41 Kent350787 : Hmmmm, CBR is the only significant sized city between Sydney and Melbourne. SYD-MEL is 88km vs MAD-BCN at around 500km. I really don't think so - but
42 VV701 : Probably not. The PASSENGER figures for 2007 are: LGW-CDG-LGW 1,531 LHR-CDG-LHR 1,789,538 LCY-CDG-LCY 4,825 LCY-ORY-LCY 112,278 LTN-CDG-LTN 326,795 L
43 Viscount724 : I think London-Paris used to be the busiest international air route for many years but traffic plunged when the Channel Tunnel opened and Eurostar tr
44 Kent350787 : System not allowing me to edit at present - of course SYD-MEL is 880km, not 88... Kent[Edited 2008-06-24 18:47:03]
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