TWA85
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City Pair Traffic Statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2012 10:22 pm

Hi all,

Does anybody know where PDEW and/or Annual traffic statistics can be obtained for any givin city pair? Not just US Domestic and International city pairs, but for foreign Domestic and International city pairs as well. Any information is greatly appreciated.
 
Thenoflyzone
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RE: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2012 10:26 pm

us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
vv701
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RE: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:17 am

The British CAA publishes monthly and annual city pair passenger numbers between all UK airports and all international and UK domestic airports served from UK airports.

The data comprises monthly (or calendar year) total passengers, passengers on scheduled flights and passengers on non-scheduled ("charter") flights (including biz jet passengers). In each tabulation the data is presented for the reporting period and for the same reporting period in the previous year. There is also a percentage change rounded to the nearest whole percent.

As an example here is the data for calendar 2011 between LHR and JFK:

Total passengers 2011: 2,678,911
Scheduled passengers 2011: 2,678,989
Charter passengers 2011: 2

Total passengers 2010: 2,517,896
Scheduled passengers 2010: 2,517,883
Charter passengers 2010: 13

Percent: +6

Look at both Tables 12 here for complete 2011 and 2010 data:

http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?ca...=88&sglid=3&fld=2011Annual

Since this data is collected from the airlines I assume that it represents a count of passengers as they fly out or into the identified UK airport. To clarify what I mean here is that I think a passenger who travels LHR-SIN-SYD on a single flight with a couple of hours stop over in SIN will be counted as a passenger travelling between LHR and SYD. However if that passenger breaks their flight at SIN for a 24 hour stop over or if he or she changes aircraft at SIN then he or she is counted as a passenger travelling between LHR and SIN. But I am far from certain as to if this is correct.
 
Noise
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:35 pm

Anyone know where we can find a list like this for US airports?
 
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enilria
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:48 pm

TWA85 wrote:
Hi all,

Does anybody know where PDEW and/or Annual traffic statistics can be obtained for any givin city pair? Not just US Domestic and International city pairs, but for foreign Domestic and International city pairs as well. Any information is greatly appreciated.

For free, nowhere that has everything. There are vendors that sell data, but worldwide air transport is diverse and the accuracy of any worldwide source varies widely by region.
 
32andBelow
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Wed Oct 12, 2016 8:52 pm

If this information was easy to get then airlines wouldn't be paying tens of thousands of dollars to purchase it.
 
727LOVER
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Thu Oct 20, 2016 10:46 pm

Anyone know where I can look up CPE?
Cost Per Enplanement
"We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
Dominion301
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:23 am

32andBelow wrote:
If this information was easy to get then airlines wouldn't be paying tens of thousands of dollars to purchase it.


...and the airports that are smart enough to invest in this data to make the business case to attract more airlines/routes.
 
globalcabotage
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Re: City Pair Traffic Statistics

Fri Oct 21, 2016 1:38 am

You must be new to the forum. For starters, BOS & MIA are gold to any runway over 9,000 ft long. DTW is now the poster child for "we have the 3rd most percentage of O&D to every airport between Frankfurt and Beijing." Alliances don't matter. LHR, CDG, ORD, and EWR suck and should be gone. ATL, DFW, IAH, and SEA don't need alliances as they just kick ass and don't need alliance feed.

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