SpaceshipDC10
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Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:59 pm

1st Quarter

YUL

    Domestic: 1,477,976 +3,6%
    International: 1,845,166 +8,5%
    Trans-border: 1,063,699 +9,3%

    Total: 4,386,841 +7%

Quite a strong growth on the international side.
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2018 7:10 pm

YUL keeps chugging along. 20 million in 2019 looks doable. For the first time in years YOW had a greater than 1.5% period of growth.

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 829,474 / 856,359 / +3.2%
TB: 187,587 / 210,338 / +12.1%
Int'l: 168,266 / 166,609 / -1.0%
TTL: 1,185,327 / 1,233,306 / +4.0%

If this trend continues YOW will flirt with hitting the 5 million mark in 2018.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:13 pm

I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Apr 24, 2018 11:01 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
YUL keeps chugging along. 20 million in 2019 looks doable. For the first time in years YOW had a greater than 1.5% period of growth.

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 829,474 / 856,359 / +3.2%
TB: 187,587 / 210,338 / +12.1%
Int'l: 168,266 / 166,609 / -1.0%
TTL: 1,185,327 / 1,233,306 / +4.0%

If this trend continues YOW will flirt with hitting the 5 million mark in 2018.

I imagine a good portion of that was to do with the Canada 150 festivities; My money's on a decrease for 2018.



Skywatcher wrote:
I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?


Keep in mind YOW has extremely limited International service. Some sun destinations in winter, and the AC 763's to LHR and seasonally FRA.

Mostly because AC would rather funnel pax to YYZ/YUL and connect them internationally from there. That's the only reason the Jazz Dashes hop back and forth between YUL and YOW.

This is for another thread, but the airport authority has been sitting on their hands for at least the last few years. They like to parrot how in 2011 they were ranked best airport in their size category, but yeah, I think the last big service announcement was probably 4N's YOW-YZF/YXY flights a few years back. Maybe the PD tag ons to YFC/YSJ? Meanwhile, I think TS dropped their LGW flight a few years ago(was only 1x weekly or so anyways)

Either way, YOW will always have challenges being stuck between YUL/YYZ, but at the same time, the airport authority hasn't really done anything either
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:23 am

diverted wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
YUL keeps chugging along. 20 million in 2019 looks doable. For the first time in years YOW had a greater than 1.5% period of growth.

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 829,474 / 856,359 / +3.2%
TB: 187,587 / 210,338 / +12.1%
Int'l: 168,266 / 166,609 / -1.0%
TTL: 1,185,327 / 1,233,306 / +4.0%

If this trend continues YOW will flirt with hitting the 5 million mark in 2018.

I imagine a good portion of that was to do with the Canada 150 festivities; My money's on a decrease for 2018.



Skywatcher wrote:
I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?


Keep in mind YOW has extremely limited International service. Some sun destinations in winter, and the AC 763's to LHR and seasonally FRA.

Mostly because AC would rather funnel pax to YYZ/YUL and connect them internationally from there. That's the only reason the Jazz Dashes hop back and forth between YUL and YOW.

This is for another thread, but the airport authority has been sitting on their hands for at least the last few years. They like to parrot how in 2011 they were ranked best airport in their size category, but yeah, I think the last big service announcement was probably 4N's YOW-YZF/YXY flights a few years back. Maybe the PD tag ons to YFC/YSJ? Meanwhile, I think TS dropped their LGW flight a few years ago(was only 1x weekly or so anyways)

Either way, YOW will always have challenges being stuck between YUL/YYZ, but at the same time, the airport authority hasn't really done anything either


A decrease at YOW? Not a chance as 2017/Canada 150 was an abysmal year for YOW. 2018 is the first time in years where AC and WS and AA and UA and PD are all adding capacity at YOW. International traffic also looks like it bottoms out at last.

Skywatcher wrote:
I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?


At YUL the growth is simply continuing unabated. At YOW the Q1 transborder growth is simply the airport beginning to recoup the massive losses in TB traffic.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:35 am

Dominion301 wrote:
diverted wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
YUL keeps chugging along. 20 million in 2019 looks doable. For the first time in years YOW had a greater than 1.5% period of growth.

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 829,474 / 856,359 / +3.2%
TB: 187,587 / 210,338 / +12.1%
Int'l: 168,266 / 166,609 / -1.0%
TTL: 1,185,327 / 1,233,306 / +4.0%

If this trend continues YOW will flirt with hitting the 5 million mark in 2018.

I imagine a good portion of that was to do with the Canada 150 festivities; My money's on a decrease for 2018.



Skywatcher wrote:
I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?


Keep in mind YOW has extremely limited International service. Some sun destinations in winter, and the AC 763's to LHR and seasonally FRA.

Mostly because AC would rather funnel pax to YYZ/YUL and connect them internationally from there. That's the only reason the Jazz Dashes hop back and forth between YUL and YOW.

This is for another thread, but the airport authority has been sitting on their hands for at least the last few years. They like to parrot how in 2011 they were ranked best airport in their size category, but yeah, I think the last big service announcement was probably 4N's YOW-YZF/YXY flights a few years back. Maybe the PD tag ons to YFC/YSJ? Meanwhile, I think TS dropped their LGW flight a few years ago(was only 1x weekly or so anyways)

Either way, YOW will always have challenges being stuck between YUL/YYZ, but at the same time, the airport authority hasn't really done anything either


A decrease at YOW? Not a chance as 2017/Canada 150 was an abysmal year for YOW. 2018 is the first time in years where AC and WS and AA and UA and PD are all adding capacity at YOW. International traffic also looks like it bottoms out at last.

Skywatcher wrote:
I've been around a long time......I haven't seen sustained growth in Canada (and elsewhere) like this for decades.

It's surprising to see the second highest per capita earnings city in Canada (YOW) with only 13.5% international (more expensive) flying compared to the 42.1% international traffic at YUL.
It can't be only cultural since both cities aren't hugely different demographically (YOW metro ~1/3 Francophone/YUL metro ~2/3).

I wonder what's driving the trans-border so much higher in both markets?


At YUL the growth is simply continuing unabated. At YOW the Q1 transborder growth is simply the airport beginning to recoup the massive losses in TB traffic.



Interesting. I'd have thought the Canada 150 stuff would have driven a lot of traffic. Mind you, I haven't been paying quite as much attention to YOW as I had in previous years.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:59 am

YVR February Stats (2017 in parentheses)

Domestic 861,586 (805,671) +6.9%
International: 967,618 (842,809) +14.8%
Total: 1,829,204 (1,648,480) +11%

YVR February Year to Date Stats (2017 in parentheses)

Domestic 1,762,750 (1,648,243) 6.9%
International: 2,004,244 (1,791,284) 11.9%
Total 3,766,994 (3,439,527) +9.5%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:24 am

Leslieville wrote:
YVR February Stats (2017 in parentheses)

Domestic 861,586 (805,671) +6.9%
International: 967,618 (842,809) +14.8%
Total: 1,829,204 (1,648,480) +11%

YVR February Year to Date Stats (2017 in parentheses)

Domestic 1,762,750 (1,648,243) 6.9%
International: 2,004,244 (1,791,284) 11.9%
Total 3,766,994 (3,439,527) +9.5%


What’s the breakdown between transborder and other international?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:12 am

YEG

    2018 / (2017) / %

    Domestic: 1,376,103 / (1,302,412) / +5,7%

    Transborder: 274,083 / (258,655) / +6%

    International: 182,160 / (169,816) / +7,3%

    Terminal total: 1,832,346 / (1,730,883) / +5,9%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:10 pm

YVR’s transborder figure YTD thru February is 951,734 in 2018 vs 857,393 in 2017.

Other international = 1,052,510 in 2018 vs 933,891 thru February 2017.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue May 01, 2018 4:50 pm

YYC

    2018 / (2017) / %

    Domestic: 2,609,903 (2,502,221) +4,3%

    Trans-border: 811,825 (761,534) +6,6%

    International: 547,738 (485,002) +12,9%

    Total: 3,969,466 (3,748,757) +5,9%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed May 02, 2018 1:28 am

YFC in Q1 is up 12%: https://www.frederictonairport.ca/Lates ... l-airport/

YFC will definitely blow way past the 400k pax mark this year.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu May 03, 2018 11:32 pm

YVR

    2018 / (2017) %

    Domestic: 2,751,306 (2,572,328) +7%

    Transborder: 1,485,535 (1,360,902) +9,2%

    Asia Pacific: 1,058,739 (932,507) +13,5%

    Europe: 232,668 (225,331) +3,3%

    Total: 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

Already half a million more passengers and summer isn't behind us yet, at that pace (+9,5%) , YVR could reach 26,5 million passengers this year, or about 2,3 more than in 2017.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 2:30 am

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
YVR

    2018 / (2017) %

    Domestic: 2,751,306 (2,572,328) +7%

    Transborder: 1,485,535 (1,360,902) +9,2%

    Asia Pacific: 1,058,739 (932,507) +13,5%

    Europe: 232,668 (225,331) +3,3%

    Total: 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

Already half a million more passengers and summer isn't behind us yet, at that pace (+9,5%) , YVR could reach 26,5 million passengers this year, or about 2,3 more than in 2017.


YVR March stats to supplement the above year-to-date stats:

March Passenger Stat

Domestic: 987,586 (+6.9%)
International: 1,102,168 (+11.5%)

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Transborder: 533,801 (+6.0%)
Asia Pacific: 364,150 (+17.4%)
Europe: 88,646 (+1.7%)
Misc: 115,571 (+32.3%)

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Total: 2,089,754 (+9.3%)



http://www.yvr.ca/-/media/yvr/docume...site.pdf?la=en
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 3:47 am

These across the board increases are impressive for sure. Canada is becoming an amazing story in terms of air traffic growth. How long can this continue?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 10:47 am

So to recap, here are this far 1st quarter total passenger numbers for:

2018 (2017) %

YEG - 1,832,346 (1,730,883) +5,9%

YFC - +12%

YUL - 4,386,841 (4,100,153) +7%

YVR - 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

YYC - 3,969,466 (3,748,757) +5,9%


Skywatcher wrote:
These across the board increases are impressive for sure. Canada is becoming an amazing story in terms of air traffic growth. How long can this continue?


Besides the attractiveness of Canada per se, how much of the international traffic could be related to the avoidance of the U.S. ?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 1:42 pm

YWG was up 2.94% in the first quarter according to the WAA:

http://www.waa.ca/media/news/article/77 ... -unaudited

No actual numbers yet. Manual calculations put it at 1,041,399 (1,011,656) + 2.94%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 1:57 pm

YYJ for Q1:

421,803 (2017)
443,003 (2018)

+5%

At this rate YYJ will surpass the 2 million pax mark this year.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 9:42 pm

YYZ Q1 2018

11,330,493 +6.3%
us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri May 04, 2018 11:46 pm

Why does YYC have so many more passengers than YEG? They have similar populations and income levels.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat May 05, 2018 12:34 am

Skywatcher wrote:
Why does YYC have so many more passengers than YEG? They have similar populations and income levels.


YYC has two hubs whereas YEG has two focus cities.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat May 05, 2018 10:35 am

2018 (2017) %

YEG - 1,832,346 (1,730,883) +5,9%

YFC - +12%

YUL - 4,386,841 (4,100,153) +7%

YVR - 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

YWG - 1,041,399 (1,011,656) + 2.94% - unconfirmed

YYC - 3,969,466 (3,748,757) +5,9%

YYJ - 443,003 (421,803) +5%

YYZ - 11,330,493 (10,658,977) +6.3%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat May 05, 2018 11:07 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
2018 (2017) %

YEG - 1,832,346 (1,730,883) +5,9%

YFC - +12%

YUL - 4,386,841 (4,100,153) +7%

YVR - 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

YWG - 1,041,399 (1,011,656) + 2.94% - unconfirmed

YYC - 3,969,466 (3,748,757) +5,9%

YYJ - 443,003 (421,803) +5%

YYZ - 11,330,493 (10,658,977) +6.3%


Don’t forget YOW’s numbers which are above.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 06, 2018 12:03 am

Dominion301 wrote:
Skywatcher wrote:
Why does YYC have so many more passengers than YEG? They have similar populations and income levels.


YYC has two hubs whereas YEG has two focus cities.

That just leads to the question why does YYC have two hubs whereas YEG has zero?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 06, 2018 12:21 am

edmountain wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
Skywatcher wrote:
Why does YYC have so many more passengers than YEG? They have similar populations and income levels.


YYC has two hubs whereas YEG has two focus cities.

That just leads to the question why does YYC have two hubs whereas YEG has zero?

Location? YEG is kind of out of the way for most connecting flights. Flying from YLW to LAS as an example, you'd add on almost an hour in flying time connecting through YEG vs YYC.

Calgary is right on the Trans Canada, YEG is 3 hours north.

Calgary is the Gateway to the Rockies and is just a short drive away - more attractive to the multitudes of tour companies that either end or start in YYC. YEG is the Gateway to nothing really.

I've travelled extensively out of YEG over the last few years, its a great airport (nicer than YYC IMHO) but honestly - there's nothing that Edmonton really offers as an advantage over YYC.
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 06, 2018 1:21 am

edmountain wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
Skywatcher wrote:
Why does YYC have so many more passengers than YEG? They have similar populations and income levels.


YYC has two hubs whereas YEG has two focus cities.

That just leads to the question why does YYC have two hubs whereas YEG has zero?


One word: location.

It’s the same reason why YOW with virtually the same population as both YYC and YEG is millions of pax per year below the two Alberta cities.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 06, 2018 12:59 pm

2018 (2017) %

YEG - 1,832,346 (1,730,883) +5,9%

YFC - +12%

YUL - 4,386,841 (4,100,153) +7%

YVR - 5,857,718 (5,351,795) +9,5%

YWG - 1,041,399 (1,011,656) + 2.94% - unconfirmed

YOW - 1,233,306 (1,185,327) +4.0%

YYC - 3,969,466 (3,748,757) +5,9%

YYJ - 443,003 (421,803) +5%

YYZ - 11,330,493 (10,658,977) +6.3%



On the podium


Category number of passengers handled

1) YYZ, 2) YVR, 3) YUL


Category % growth

1) YVR, 2) YUL, 3) YYZ
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 07, 2018 5:00 pm

jmt18325 wrote:
YWG was up 2.94% in the first quarter according to the WAA:

http://www.waa.ca/media/news/article/77 ... -unaudited

No actual numbers yet. Manual calculations put it at 1,041,399 (1,011,656) + 2.94%


Despite what that press release said, YWG have now released their official Q1 pax stats and overall growth was actually 4.2%. Not surprisingly Domestic continues to be going gangbusters (just wait till this summer with Swoop & more Flair), while Transborder was flat and international was down.

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 750,957 / 799,233 / +6.4%
TB: 126,089 / 125,294 / -0.6%
Int'l: 134,610 / 129,857 / -3.5%
TTL: 1,011,656 / 1,054,384 / +4.2%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 13, 2018 1:41 pm

I think YHM will be the airport to benefit most , hoping to see Swoop , Jetlines, and Flair all starting and ramping up. Love to see Norwegian start routes to YHM as well. Even some work at YHM suggesting that AC Rouge getting more counter space as well.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun May 13, 2018 4:49 pm

YHM has a very checkered history for some reason. With a burgeoning metro population (around 800k now?) you would think that traffic would be far higher than it is. I know that YYZ is just down the road but still you would think YHM could compete way better.
I just did a google search of tomorrow's (Monday May 14) flights at YHM. The departures are 4 x WestJet (2 x YYC, 1 x YWG & YEG), 2 x YUL on crj's and 2 x Flair (YWG & YEG). That's it-8 flights for a city of almost one million people. It seems odd to me that the traffic is so limited, not even any sun destination flights. What's even worse is that traffic was higher in the past, both in the Nordair days back in the seventies and of course in the early "mini-hub" days of WestJet. YYZ is so expensive/congested I really just don't get it.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 14, 2018 11:34 am

YYZ is the behemoth in the backyard. Maybe a bit too close to YHM for mainline carriers to consider. It used to be that there was poor highway access to the airport (in the Nordair days, wow that is reaching back), but perhaps 10 years ago they built a connector onto the 403. When Westjet came east, and as you noted Hamilton was the hub , until YYZ offered up a non anchored T3. Passenger traffic peaked at 1MM before they shifted flights, so demand is there for an alternative. ULCC I think is the niche that YHM can play. Pre-clearance into US would further take volume from BUF. Key is to keep costs low.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 14, 2018 3:43 pm

Anything for YLW?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 14, 2018 4:01 pm

Canuck600 wrote:
Anything for YLW?


Jan 176.389 (+8%)
Feb 173,940 (+7.6%)
Mar 185,796 (+7.1%)
Apr 156,816 (+7.1%)

YLWbased
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 14, 2018 4:36 pm

Thanks
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon May 14, 2018 7:46 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
YYZ Q1 2018

11,330,493 +6.3%


Here's YYZ's Q1 2018 vs. Q1 2017 breakdown and % change

Domestic: 3,736,714 / 3,603,736 / +3.7%
Transborder: 3,240,082 / 3,041,432 / +6.5%
International: 4,353,082 / 4,011,434 / +8.5%
Total Pax: 11,330,493 (as noted by Thenoflyzone above) / 10,656,602 / +6.3%

If this growth continues, YYZ will flirt with the 50 million pax mark in 2018.

https://www.torontopearson.com/en/gtaa/statistics/#
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue May 15, 2018 1:48 pm

YEG's numbers for April are out and they're really good:

Sector / 2018 / 2017 / % Change
Domestic 492,889 / 461,704 (1,868,939 Year-to-date +5.9%)
Transborder 90,367 / 86,993 / +3.9% (364,503 Year-to-date +5.5%)
International 54,916 / 55,809 / -1.6% (237,076 Year-to-date +5.1%)
Total: 638,172 / 604,506 / +5.6% (2,470,518 Year-to-date +5.8%)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue May 15, 2018 4:48 pm

YEG is really having a good time, and we are not yet at peak summer season.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed May 16, 2018 3:21 pm

YOW's April numbers are out and they're rather disappointing.

I'm guessing a lot of seasonal sun routes were ended earlier this year than in 2017.

Sector / Apr-17 / Apr-18 / % Change
Dom: 295,104 / 300,802 / +1.9%
TB: 59,098 / 60,445 / +2.3%
Int'l: 34,132 / 28,134 / -17.6%
TTL: 388,334 / 389,381 / +0.3%

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 1,124,578 / 1,157,161 / +2.9%
TB: 246,685 / 270,783 / +9.8%
Int'l: 202,398 / 194,743 / -3.8%
TTL: 1,573,661 / 1,622,687 / +3.1%
 
Thenoflyzone
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat May 19, 2018 3:44 pm

YUL April 2018 numbers.

Total passengers: 1,482,221 +2.3% (April 2017 was up 17% over April 2016)
Domestic: 537,541 +1.1% (+12% last year)
International: 575,898 +1.8% (+25% last year)
Transborder: 368,782 +4.8% (+11.8% last year)

So a modest increase compared to last year, but accounting for last years' tremendous growth in April, the 2 year growth average isn't too bad.

Easter traffic was in march, plus shitty weather in April (freezing rain, canceled flights) can help partly explain the weak numbers.

https://www.admtl.com/sites/default/fil ... 018_EN.pdf
us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
flyb
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jun 13, 2018 6:35 pm

YEG (Edmonton) May 2018 numbers:
HIGHLIGHTS
TERMINAL
Terminal 659,006 passengers (3,129,524 Year to Date)
Domestic 556,731 passengers (,425,670 Year to Date)
Transborder 74,315 passengers (438,818 Year to Date)
International 27,960 passengers (265,036 Year to Date)
Rolling 12-Month Total 7,550,600

GROWTH%
Terminal 7.0% (6.08% Year to Date)
Domestic 6.4% (6.1% Year to Date)
Transborder 15.0% (7.0% Year to Date)
International -0.6% (4.4% Year to Date)
Rolling 12-Month 5.5%


TOTAL PASSENGER NUMBERS (TERMINAL AND FBO)
694,582 passengers (3,291,480 Year to Date)
Rolling 12-Month 7,971,276
TOTAL GROWTH (TERMINAL AND FBO)
6.1% (5.4% Year to Date)
Rolling 12-Month 4.9%
*FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at EIA and not the main terminal.

http://corporate.flyeia.com/business-at ... statistics
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:31 am

Another great month for YEG.
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu Jun 21, 2018 12:59 pm

YUL May 2018

1 519 201 +7,7%

607 859 +4,4% Domestic

555 828 +9% International

355 514 +11,7% Transborder



2018 year to date

7 394 056 +6,2%

2 622 622 +3,2% Domestic

2 983 677 +7,5% International

1 787 757 +8,8% Transborder
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 03, 2018 8:16 pm

Here's YLW year-to-date 2017 vs 2018 & % change:

Jan. 163,319 / 176,389 / +8.0%
Feb. 161,626 / 173,940 / +7.6%
March 173,504 / 185,796 +7.1%
April 146,331 / 156,816 / +7.2%
May 143,061 / 155,911 / +9.0%
YTD 787,841 / 848,852 / +7.7%

If YLW's growth rate continues (likely given the new YLW-YEG route on AC), YLW will surpass the 2 million pax mark this year.
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Jul 06, 2018 6:22 pm

YOW May passenger stats are out and it was a fairly good month.

Sector / May-17 / May-18 / % Change
Dom: 334,259 / 348,100 / +4.1%
TB: 47,556 / 49,099 / +3.2%
Int'l: 15,143 / 14,758 / -2.5%
TTL: 396,958 / 411,957 / +3.8%

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 1,458,837 / 1,505,261 / +3.2%
TB: 294,241 / 319,882 / +8.7%
Int'l: 217,541 / 209,501 / -3.7%
TTL: 1,970,619 / 2,034,644 / +3.2% - first time YOW's over 2 million pax by the end of May

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2017
Dom: 3,860,096 / +1.2%
TB: 673,215 / +4.0%
Int'l: 370,391 / -2.1%
TTL: 4,903,702 / +1.3% <-- first time over 4.9M in a 12 month period. Currently on pace to be about 5k shy of 5 million at the current growth rate.
 
axiom
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:12 pm

Great numbers, thanks for compiling and sharing. Are there any reports on TB markets by route?
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 31, 2018 2:59 am

axiom wrote:
Great numbers, thanks for compiling and sharing. Are there any reports on TB markets by route?


Consult the USA's T100 data for that.

Here are some new numbers:

YQB monthly year-to-date:
January = +0.4%
February = +3.5%
March = +6.9%
April = +0.5%
May = +13.8%
June = +8.7%

Unfortunately YQB do not give raw numbers for each month, but the current growth rate puts them on pace for about 1.8 million.

YUL's Q2 numbers came out today and they're just as strong as Q1:https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/aeroports-de-montreal-announces-its-results-as-of-june-30-2018-689508601.html

Montréal-Trudeau welcomed 4.8 million passengers in the second quarter of 2018 and a total of 9.2 million passengers in the first six months of the year. This represents increases of 7.1% and 7.0%, respectively, over the corresponding periods of 2017.


YOW's June numbers are also out. They're by far the best they've had in eons and for the first time since MARCH 2012 that all three traffic sectors recorded growth!

Sector Jun-17 / Jun-18 / % Change
Dom: 341,922 / 357,050 / +4.4%
TB: 44,032 / 52,462 / +19.1% - the return of the 3rd AA PHL with a full month to report...what a difference eh!
Int'l: 20,473 / 21,556 / +5.3% - someone want to calculate the load factor for this for LHR, FRA & WG's weekly summer sun flight?
TTL: 406,427 / 431,068 / +6.1%

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 1,800,759 / 1,862,311 / +3.4%
TB: 338,273 / 372,344 / +10.1%
Int'l: 238,014 / 231,057 / -2.9%
TTL: 2,377,046 / 2,465,712 / +3.7%

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2017
Dom: 3,875,224 / +1.6%
TB: 681,645 / +5.3%
Int'l: 371,474 / -1.8%
TTL: 4,928,343 / +1.8%
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 31, 2018 4:25 pm

Y U L

June: 1,765,846 +10,2%

Domestic: 669,500 +5,4%

International: 714,867 +13,4%

Trans-border: 381,479 +13,4%


Q2: 4,776,791 +7,1%

Domestic: 1,819,592 +4%

International: 1,851,662 +8,5%

Trans-border: 1,105,537 +9,8%


6 months: 9,164,027 +7,0%

Domestic: 3,297,267 +3,8%

International: 3,697,524 +8,5%

Trans-border: 2,169,236 +9,6%


Summer is not over yet and numbers seem to look very promising. YUL will probably get to 19 million by the end of the year if not more at this rate.
 
Skywatcher
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 31, 2018 8:06 pm

I find it interesting that YUL to/from USA is the strongest growth segment so far this year (close to 10%). Is it transfers to Europe flights that is behind this?


Other than a few new RJ flights to Baltimore and Pittsburgh I'm not aware of any new capacity additions to the U.S. from YUL this year. Either I'm missing something or load factors must be substantially improved.
 
whywhyzee
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:34 pm

YYZ numbers as of any are out, amd current YoY growth is 5.9%. A growth rate of about 6.08% is needed to hit 50 million pax for the year, seeing as EK and EY have just announced an additional ~30,000 seats to the market, that seems very feasible. 50 would be a HUGE milestone, and will be heavily influenced by June/July/August numbers.
 
marktci
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:10 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
YYJ for Q1:

421,803 (2017)
443,003 (2018)

+5%

At this rate YYJ will surpass the 2 million pax mark this year.


And YYJ for Q2:

491,439 (2017)
523,722 (2018)

+6.53%

YTD

913,242 (2017)
966,725 (2018)

+5.86%

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