master14225
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 4:25 pm

When I go to look at the pearson website and look at the terminal maps, I see no gates on the east side of the pier, only west side. I wonder why that is the case?

whywhyzee wrote:
master14225 wrote:
Where in Pier G are they adding the extra 5 gates for next year? The other side of the pier aka east side or are they expanding the pier more south towards the end?

whywhyzee wrote:
Bit of info pulled from another forum, the GTAA released a 1H 2018 report for YYZ stats, couple noteworthy stats, traffic was up 6.0 percent net, (now down to 5.4 YoY as of August) international growth lead the way at 7.5 percent up YoY. Average pax per movement is sitting around 133. What I found to be the most interesting was that O/D numbers are actually up year over year, O/D represented 71% of all YYZ pax for the first six months of the year, which is considerably higher than I might have assumed.

Moving forward, the old gate 193 complex is being renamed pier G, and 5 additional gates for narrow body jets are being added to the 5 that were added this year, bringing the total to 10 "mainline aircraft" gates. The second set of 5 is slated to open in early 2019.this likely explains the rapid departure of the b1900 fleet.


Pier G is the eastern extremity of T1, the old gate 193 area, where Air Georgian typically parked. The first 5 gates they added are walk out gates on the east side of that pier (they built a new apron and installed the doors). I'm not entirely sure where the next 5 are going to go, I haven't seen the plans not have I been out to YYZ to actually see the construction yet. I have to assume they converted the southern tip of the pier to accomodate larger aircraft, which would explain the rapid expulsion of the B1900 fleet.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 5:09 pm

master14225 wrote:
When I go to look at the pearson website and look at the terminal maps, I see no gates on the east side of the pier, only west side. I wonder why that is the case?

whywhyzee wrote:
master14225 wrote:
Where in Pier G are they adding the extra 5 gates for next year? The other side of the pier aka east side or are they expanding the pier more south towards the end?



Pier G is the eastern extremity of T1, the old gate 193 area, where Air Georgian typically parked. The first 5 gates they added are walk out gates on the east side of that pier (they built a new apron and installed the doors). I'm not entirely sure where the next 5 are going to go, I haven't seen the plans not have I been out to YYZ to actually see the construction yet. I have to assume they converted the southern tip of the pier to accomodate larger aircraft, which would explain the rapid expulsion of the B1900 fleet.


That is another answer I do not have. On the charts, you would follow lane 11/12 into the new apron, parking spaces are numbered 245, 247, 249, 251, 253, and 255. They are directly across from taxiway DT on the apron.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 7:07 pm

The latest google earth satellite image is from early May, and it looks like apron construction was still ongoing then. When did these gates open? Any idea on gate numbers?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 8:05 pm

smallmj wrote:
The latest google earth satellite image is from early May, and it looks like apron construction was still ongoing then. When did these gates open? Any idea on gate numbers?


Opened at the end of the summer/beginning of autumn. From a pax perspective, I don't know the numbers, flight and ramp crews will see the numbers I posted in my previous reply, that's what they are denoted as airside.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:18 pm

Is this a yyz gate topic?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:31 pm

YYZ is a canadian airport and gates affect statistics of airports so it's totally related!

Skywatcher wrote:
Is this a yyz gate topic?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Dec 07, 2018 10:34 pm

YVR

October total: 2,068,859 +5,9%

2018 YTD total: 22,028,389 +7,9%


OCTOBER

Domestic: 1,029,447 +4%

Transborder: 483,715 +6,8%

Asia-Pacific: 359,991 +5,1%

Europe: 140,873 +10,8%

Total International: 1,039,412 +7,9%


2018 YTD

Domestic: 10,535,803 +6,5%

Transborder: 5,376,955 +6%

Asia-Pacific: 3,772,856 +10,3%

Europe: 1,597,945 +10,1%

Total International: 11,492,586 +9,3%


YVR airport continues on its strong growth path with already 1,6+ million more passengers enplaned/deplaned over 2017, and although numbers are much lower, Europe is producing the same level of growth than Asia-Pacific.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Dec 11, 2018 2:16 pm

YWG July through October

July

Sector / Jul-17 / Jul-18 / % Change
Dom: 381,217 / 393,883 / +3.3%
TB: 32,960 / 36,585 / +11.0%
Int'l: 2,383 / 2,194 / -7.9%
TTL: 416,560 / 432,662 / +3.9%

August

Sector / Aug-17 / Aug-18 / % Change
Dom: 410,213 / 421,321 / +2.7% - all-time record for a single month at YWG
TB: 35,146 / 39,394 / +12.1%
Int'l: 2,023 / 2,004 / -0.9%
TTL: 447,382 / 462,719 / +3.4% - all-time record for a single month at YWG

September

Sector Sep-17 / Sep-18 / % Change
Dom: 316,129 / 341,337 / +8.0%
TB: 31,331 / 35,454 / +13.2%
Int'l: 0 / 500 / % growth N/A
TTL: 347,460 / 377,291 / +8.6% - wow!

October

Sector / Oct-17 / Oct-18 / % Change
Dom: 333,098 / 346,551 / +4.0%
TB: 33,172 / 38,038 / +14.7%
Int'l: 304 / 193 / -36.5%
TTL: 366,574 / 384,782 / +5.0%

Year-to-date

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 3,132,507 / 3,266,192 / +4.3%
TB: 356,878 / 375,084 / +5.1%
Int'l: 151,593 / 144,074 / -5.0%
TTL: 3,640,978 / 3,785,350 / +4.0%

12 months rolling total

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2017
Dom: 3,824,445 / +3.6%
TB: 450,273 / +4.2%
Int'l: 175,398 / -4.1%
TTL: 4,450,116 / +3.4%

YWG are going to flirt with hitting 4.5 million by the end of 2018.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Dec 14, 2018 3:13 pm

YOW November

November 2018

Sector / Nov-17 / Nov-18 / % Change
Dom: 317,931 / 317,088 / -0.3% --> Not surprising given WS YEG cut back to summer-seasonal (again).
TB: 53,155 / 54,845 / +3.2% --> Not bad considering WS have gutted their YOW-Florida ops to 4x weekly
Int'l: 17,492 / 19,818 / +13.3% --> Very good for the sun flights, especially given AC have cut LHR from 7x last to 6x/week this winter
TTL: 388,578 / 391,751 / +0.8%

Apparently a route with a lot of biz traffic like YEG-YOW is less important to maintain year-round than chasing after low yield junk on YHM-YEG on Swoop year-round (same goes for their YUL-west cuts)...and WS wonders why their share price is down so much this year.

2018 Year-to-Date vs 2017

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 3,500,151 / 3,633,036 / +3.8%
TB: 585,166 / 651,065 / +11.3%
Int'l: 341,458 / 343,127 / +0.5%
TTL: 4,426,775 / 4,627,228 / +4.5% - YOW will definitely surpass the 5 million mark for the first time ever in 2018

12 Months Rolling Totals

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2017
Dom: 3,946,557 / +3.5%
TB: 713,473 / +10.2%
Int'l: 380,100 / +0.4%
TTL: 5,040,130 / +4.1%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Dec 29, 2018 12:10 am

YUL

November total: 1,315,016 +6,3%

2018 YTD total:17,920,306 +6,9%


NOVEMBER

Domestic: 527,373% +0,7%

Transborder: 328,803 +2,2%

International: 458,840 +17,3%



2018 YTD

Domestic: 6,611,007 +3,4%

Transborder: 4,062,919 +7,7%

International: 7,246,380 +9,8%


With such growth, it's no wonder Montreal has reached the 19 millionth mark ten days ago. Whether it's over the year or just in November the airport keeps having the strongest growth on the international segment.

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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Dec 29, 2018 9:42 am

YLW hit 2 million,
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Dec 29, 2018 10:56 am

ACDC8 wrote:
YLW hit 2 million,


“In 2005 we achieved one million passengers,” said YLW airport director Sam Samaddar. “I happened to be around for that as well. It took us 47 years to get to one million [passengers in a year] and13 years to get to two million.”

https://globalnews.ca/news/4783631/kelo ... s-in-2018/
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Dec 29, 2018 6:31 pm

YYC November stats

November total: 1,286,016 +4.0%

Domestic 889,931 +4.0%
Transborder 267,490 +12.3%
International 128,595 -10.3%

YTD total for 2018: 15,919,263 +6.8%

http://www.yyc.com/Portals/0/MEDIA/Medi ... xtotal.pdf
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Dec 31, 2018 3:26 pm

YEG November

Highlights:
Terminal Traffic: 604,454 passengers (7,166,986 Year-to-date)
• Domestic 470,745 passengers (5,886,216 Year-to-date)
• Transborder 90,537 passengers (868,259 Year-to-date)
• International 43,172 passengers (412,511 Year-to-date)

Grand Total Terminal Traffic: Overall 604,454 passengers (7,166,986 Year-to-date)

FBO Traffic*: 38,806 passengers (393,672 Year-to-date)

Grand Total with FBO Traffic: Overall 643,260 passengers (7,560,658 Year-to-date)


Growth%:
Terminal: 3.8% (6.3% Year-to-date)
• Domestic 2.8% (6.4% Year-to-date)
• Transborder 11.7% (8.9% Year-to-date)
• International -1.2% (-1.3% Year-to-date)

Grand Total Terminal Traffic: Overall 3.8% (6.3% Year-to-date)

FBO Traffic: 8.1% (-1.9% Year-to-date)

Grand Total with FBO Traffic: Overall 4.0% (5.8% Year-to-date)

I must say even though Alberta's economy is apparently not going so well at the moment, the two main Alberta airports continue to do very well.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Jan 05, 2019 9:51 am

However, even with recent airport improvements, Vancouver Airport Authority president and CEO Craig Richmond said the program has to proceed because estimates released in December predict that YVR can expect annual passenger numbers to hit 29 million by 2020 and 32 million by 2022. The airport will also have an annual target cargo capacity of 327,000 tonnes in two years.


https://biv.com/article/2019/01/yvr-exp ... r-and-rail

Four more millions in just two years. Growth is really sky rocketing on the west coast.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Jan 05, 2019 3:10 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
However, even with recent airport improvements, Vancouver Airport Authority president and CEO Craig Richmond said the program has to proceed because estimates released in December predict that YVR can expect annual passenger numbers to hit 29 million by 2020 and 32 million by 2022. The airport will also have an annual target cargo capacity of 327,000 tonnes in two years.


https://biv.com/article/2019/01/yvr-exp ... r-and-rail

Four more millions in just two years. Growth is really sky rocketing on the west coast.


Those are very optimistic numbers. No new routes or airlines for 2019 (so far), only minor increases here and there. Highly likely they wont hit 29 million in 2020, or 32 million in 2022.

Growth at Canada's top 3 major airports is slowing down, not sky rocketing.
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Jan 05, 2019 5:29 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
However, even with recent airport improvements, Vancouver Airport Authority president and CEO Craig Richmond said the program has to proceed because estimates released in December predict that YVR can expect annual passenger numbers to hit 29 million by 2020 and 32 million by 2022. The airport will also have an annual target cargo capacity of 327,000 tonnes in two years.


https://biv.com/article/2019/01/yvr-exp ... r-and-rail

Four more millions in just two years. Growth is really sky rocketing on the west coast.


Those are very optimistic numbers. No new routes or airlines for 2019 (so far), only minor increases here and there. Highly likely they wont hit 29 million in 2020, or 32 million in 2022.

Growth at Canada's top 3 major airports is slowing down, not sky rocketing.


Growth is remaining fairly consistent IMO, while percentage rates fall, they represent the same numbers due to a larger base value of the percentage.

I agree that YVR growth will likely slow as YUL heats up. It's the cycle of expansion, YVR saw a ton of Chinese addition and some more focus from AC. As that has subsided, it'll take a few years for the demand to catch up and carriers to begin adding again. This is where YUL will grow, they are now benefitting from capacity being added. Coming full circle us YYZ, which has undergone the capacity expansion and the cooking phase as the market caught up. Now carriers are really beginning to grow again, KLM, LOT, PAL and AF are all adding huge capacity this year, and others such as LH and BA are likely to follow in the next year to 18 months.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun Jan 06, 2019 2:42 am

YYC November stats

November total: 1,286,016 +4.0%

Domestic 889,931 +4.0%
Transborder 267,490 +12.3%
International 128,595 -10.3%

I realize this is just one month of stats and all be it a slow month for international travel. However i can not help but wonder if Westjet/Delta Airline cooperation or JV is marginalizing Calgary. Delta is siphoning off international passengers to hubs like SEA, MSP, ATL etc. Seems coincidental international drop roughly a similar amount to which the transborder increases?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:16 am

CPA62 wrote:
YYC November stats

November total: 1,286,016 +4.0%

Domestic 889,931 +4.0%
Transborder 267,490 +12.3%
International 128,595 -10.3%

I realize this is just one month of stats and all be it a slow month for international travel. However i can not help but wonder if Westjet/Delta Airline cooperation or JV is marginalizing Calgary. Delta is siphoning off international passengers to hubs like SEA, MSP, ATL etc. Seems coincidental international drop roughly a similar amount to which the transborder increases?


Wouldn’t most of November’s loss be the result of AC cutting NRT back to seasonal?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:33 am

Dominion301 wrote:
CPA62 wrote:
YYC November stats

November total: 1,286,016 +4.0%

Domestic 889,931 +4.0%
Transborder 267,490 +12.3%
International 128,595 -10.3%

I realize this is just one month of stats and all be it a slow month for international travel. However i can not help but wonder if Westjet/Delta Airline cooperation or JV is marginalizing Calgary. Delta is siphoning off international passengers to hubs like SEA, MSP, ATL etc. Seems coincidental international drop roughly a similar amount to which the transborder increases?


Wouldn’t most of November’s loss be the result of AC cutting NRT back to seasonal?


And BA going seasonal.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:50 am

BML87 wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
CPA62 wrote:
YYC November stats

November total: 1,286,016 +4.0%

Domestic 889,931 +4.0%
Transborder 267,490 +12.3%
International 128,595 -10.3%

I realize this is just one month of stats and all be it a slow month for international travel. However i can not help but wonder if Westjet/Delta Airline cooperation or JV is marginalizing Calgary. Delta is siphoning off international passengers to hubs like SEA, MSP, ATL etc. Seems coincidental international drop roughly a similar amount to which the transborder increases?


Wouldn’t most of November’s loss be the result of AC cutting NRT back to seasonal?


And BA going seasonal.


I did not know BA are out for the winter.
In that case only -10% for November is impressive.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:51 pm

YVR November



November Total : 1,844,113 +5,4%

2018 Y-T-D: 23,872,414 +7,7%

NOVEMBER

Domestic: 910,822 +4,6%

Transborder: 459,945 +5,3%

Asia-Pacific: 310,308 +7,8%

Europe: 76,134 +5,2%

Total Int'l: 933,291 +6,2%

Total YTD

Domestic: 11,446,625 +6,3%

Transborder: 5,837,542 +5,9%

Asia-Pacific: 4,083,076 +10,1%

Europe: 1,674,079 +9,8%

Total Int'l: 12,425,789 +9%


I guess YVR must have handled around 25,5 million passengers in 2018. We may find out in a couple of weeks.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:07 pm

Will YYZ hit the 50 million passengers mark in 2018?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:18 pm

master14225 wrote:
Will YYZ hit the 50 million passengers mark in 2018?


Not likely. Probably about 49.6.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:47 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
I guess YVR must have handled around 25,5 million passengers in 2018. We may find out in a couple of weeks.


That's a bit too low.
Last December YVR handled a bit over 2 million passengers, so 25.9 is pretty much in the bag.

If December have the same growth rate as November (5.42%), then it'll end the year with 25.989 million.
If December have the same growth rate as October (5.93%), then it'll end the year with 25.999 million (about 850 passengers short of 26 millions).
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:30 am

nname wrote:
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
That's a bit too low.
Last December YVR handled a bit over 2 million passengers, so 25.9 is pretty much in the bag.


You are right, it could even peak at 26 millions and change. Decembers of the last couple of years have shown 150K to 170K more passengers over the previous year.

If I use the YTD growth of 7,7%, I'm over 26 million. If I add conservatively 150K to last years December, I get over 26 millions. Thus I revise my previous estimate and wouldn't be surprised to see that number when they publish their end of year stats.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu Jan 10, 2019 11:11 am

Here is already some data for the whole of 2018 coming from smaller airports.

YXX

Around 840,000 passengers passed through the city-owned airport last year, up nearly 165,000 from the previous record-breaking year.

https://www.abbynews.com/news/passenger ... l-airport/

YKA

Roughly 351,631 people flew in and out of YKA in 2018, compared to 314,364 in 2017.

https://www.cfjctoday.com/article/65127 ... rt-traffic
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:16 pm

Not surprising to see YXX grow that much last year. Wouldn’t be surprised to see them surpass 1 million in 2019.

Looks like YKA’s new seasonal Rouge flight to YYZ helped a lot.

Here’s more 2019 results:

YYG

2017: 370,688
2018: 370,730

+42 pax for the year. So virtually unchanged.

http://www.flypei.com/news/
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:49 pm

YOW December & 2018 Year-End

YOW is the first of Canada's big airports to report year-end numbers.

YOW's 2018 year-end pax stats are in and the airport hit a couple of historic milestones for the first time ever:
1) > 5 million total pax; and
2) > 4 million domestic passengers.


In the January-August timeframe a lot of figures had been revised upward (one downward) as part of these final numbers (wonder what they missed counting or what airline missed something? tough to say as in some months all 3 sectors changed).

So, here's how December looks and the year-end numbers:

Sector / Dec-17 / Dec-18 / % Change
Dom: 313,521 / 313,250 / -0.1% <--It'll be like this all winter with WS' YEG flight cut
TB: 62,408 / 66,164 / +6.0%
Int'l: 36,973 / 44,877 / +21.4%
TTL: 412,902 / 424,291 / +2.8%

Sector / YTD 2017 / YTD 2018 / % Change
Dom: 3,813,672 / 4,002,209 / +4.9% <-- 4 million!
TB: 647,574 / 720,770 / +11.3%
Int'l: 378,431 / 387,822 / +2.5% <-- first time international has grown at YOW since 2012 when traffic was 456k
TTL: 4,839,677 / 5,110,801 / +5.6% <-- best year since 2010 for YOW in terms of percentage gain
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:52 pm

YEG December and Year End

Terminal Traffic: 663,243 passengers (7,830,229 Year-total)
Domestic 509,141 passengers (6,395,357 Year-total)
Transborder 99,112 passengers (967,371 Year-total)
International 54,990 passengers (467,501 Year-total)

FBO Traffic*: 30,220 passengers (423,892 Year-total)

Grand Total: Overall 693,463 passengers (8,254,121 Year-total) All time high, finally recovered from the recession


Growth%:
Terminal: 5.8% (6.2% Year-total)
Domestic 4.2% (6.3% Year-total)
Transborder 20.5% (9.9% Year-total) Makes Delta's decision to cut SEA look even stranger
International -2.2% (-1.4% Year-total)

FBO Traffic: 6.4% (-1.4% Year-total)

Grand Total: Overall 5.8% (5.8% Year-total) Biggest growth since 2014
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jan 15, 2019 1:28 pm

YXX

842,212 +24,3% or 164,559 over 2017's 677,653
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 16, 2019 4:23 pm

YLW & YYJ

YLW has served 2,08 million pax in 2018 while YYJ "only" 2,05 million. Thus they are reported as respectively the 10th and 11st busiest airport in Canada for 2018.

https://www.timescolonist.com/business/ ... 1.23599614
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:14 pm

YWG Preliminary Year-End

YWG hit 4.5 million = +4.5%

The full breakdown is not published on their website. Only thru October thus far.

Impressive to see YLW and YYJ both surpass the 2 million mark and I think YLW also overtook YYJ in the process.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:47 pm

BML87 wrote:
Transborder 20.5% (9.9% Year-total) Makes Delta's decision to cut SEA look even stranger


There is zero correlation between YEG's transborder passenger numbers and DL cutting SEA.

An airline can lose money on a full flight.
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Tue Jan 22, 2019 5:39 pm

YHM

725,630 passengers. That's a 21% increase over 2017 and 118% more than in 2016.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4872201/more ... l-airport/
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:34 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
YHM

725,630 passengers. That's a 21% increase over 2017 and 118% more than in 2016.

https://globalnews.ca/news/4872201/more ... l-airport/


Pretty good for YHM factoring in Flair's departure. The impact of that will be felt in the first half of 2019. However, with Swoop's expansion and assuming Norwegian's DUB flight actually does happen, YHM should easily break the 800k mark in 2019....will be pushing a million if Jetlines gets off the ground!
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:37 am

Dominion301 wrote:
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
However, with Swoop's expansion and assuming Norwegian's DUB flight actually does happen, YHM should easily break the 800k mark in 2019....


Indeed, even with just half of last year's growth.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 2:55 pm

Slightly off-topic here but, does anyone know why AC2340 is a 789 operating San Antonio- Toronto today 1/23? Is this normal?
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:11 pm

YDF - Deer Lake

YDF was an exception to the rule and traffic there dropped in 2018: http://www.deerlakeairport.com/summer-t ... y-14-2019/

http://www.deerlakeairport.com/summer-t ... y-14-2019/

Although the Deer Lake Regional Airport experienced record summer traffic due to continued tourism growth and demand, the year-end totals decreased by 3.75% over 2017 and the year (2018) finished with a total of 351,463 enplaned/deplaned passengers.

The first half of 2018 continued a downward trend as month over month traffic decreased in each of the first six months when compared to the previous year. Passenger traffic rebounded from July to October and individual monthly records were established in both July and August. The month of July recorded 49,396 passengers while August set a record for the busiest month ever with 51,038 passengers.


2017's total was 365,186 and 2016 was YDF's all-time record of 366,050.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:12 pm

4engines4lnghll wrote:
Slightly off-topic here but, does anyone know why AC2340 is a 789 operating San Antonio- Toronto today 1/23? Is this normal?


MX likely
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:21 pm

YFC - Fredericton

YFC surpassed, more like blew past the 400k mark for the first time.

https://yfcfredericton.ca/Latest-News/f ... milestone/

The Fredericton International Airport (YFC) hosted 424,324 passengers in 2018, an almost 7 per cent increase over the previous year. This is the first time in the airport’s history it has reached the 400,000 passenger milestone. It also marks the 9th consecutive year of record-breaking traffic growth at YFC.


2018 was Porter's first full year at YFC, so that no doubt made a big difference.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 3:28 pm

YXU - London

https://lfpress.com/news/local-news/lon ... fell-swoop

Last year, more than 536,000 passengers flew from London, a three per cent increase over 2017


2019 will be YXU's biggest boom year ever with the 3 new daily Swoop flights:

this move could add more than 200,000, nearly a 40 per cent projected hike
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Wed Jan 23, 2019 5:24 pm

To recap, here are the annual passengers stats known so far for 2018


YDF Deer Lake 351,463 -3,75%

YEG Edmonton 8,254,121 +5,8%

YFC Fredericton 424,324 +7%

YHM Hamilton 725,630 +21%

YKA Kamloops 351,631 +11,85

YLW Kelowna 2,080,372 +31%

YOW Ottawa 5,110,801 +5,6%

YXU London 536,000 +3%

YXX Abbotsford 842,212 +24,3%

YYG Chalottetown 370,730 --

YYJ Victoria 2,048,627 +5,9%
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Jan 28, 2019 1:28 pm

YCD - Nanaimo and YQQ - Comox

http://www.pqbnews.com/news/nanaimo-air ... he-island/

Nanaimo Airport (YCD) handled 435,349 passengers in 2018, surpassing Comox Airport (YQQ) to become Vancouver Island’s second busiest airport based on passenger numbers. YQQ handled just under 420,000 passengers last year, according to Comox airport staff, while Victoria International Airport (YYJ) remains the Island’s busiest airport, handling 2.05 million passengers in 2018.


So YCD grew by a whopping 22% in 2018...no doubt thanks in large part to the new AC Rouge flight to YYZ. If ever there was a place where a runway extension has paid off, it's YCD. It about 15 years ago after WS entered YQQ, YCD was down to only 6 DH1s at day to YVR on AC and was struggling to hit 100k annual pax.

YCD vs YQQ traffic since 2015:

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Also, even though YQQ lots its title of 2nd largest on Vancouver Island, traffic there still grew significantly from the 369,161 passengers served in 2017. That's what 13.8% growth?
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Jan 28, 2019 2:27 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
YCD - Nanaimo and YQQ - Comox

Also, even though YQQ lots its title of 2nd largest on Vancouver Island, traffic there still grew significantly from the 369,161 passengers served in 2017. That's what 13.8% growth?


That's still 49,919 more for YQQ and 77,349 for YCD.


No wonder then for the Sun's title:

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-new ... rs-in-2018
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:27 pm

YUL - Montréal Trudeau

Domestic: 7,146,479 (+3.3%)
Transborder: 4,416,169 (+7.5%)
International: 7,862,840 (+10.2%)
Total: 19,425,488 (+6.9%)

https://www.admtl.com/sites/default/fil ... 018_EN.pdf

This includes December, which show:

Domestic: 534,671 (+1.4%)
Transborder: 352,230 (+5.3%)
International: 609,420 (+12.8%)
Total: 1,496,321 (+6.7%)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:43 pm

Great news for YUL, 20M has been a long way coming
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jan 29, 2019 12:36 am

Great to see how Montreal's keeps looking up. International traffic still accounts for 40%. of the total


To recap, here are the annual passengers stats known so far for 2018

YCD Nanaimo 435,349 +22%

YDF Deer Lake 351,463 -3,75%

YEG Edmonton 8,254,121 +5,8%

YFC Fredericton 424,324 +7%

YHM Hamilton 725,630 +21%

YHZ ?

YKA Kamloops 351,631 +11,85

YLW Kelowna 2,080,372 +31%

YOW Ottawa 5,110,801 +5,6%

YQB ?

YQQ Comox 420,000 +13,8%

YQR ?

YUL Montreal 19,425,488 +6.9%

YVR ?

YWG ?

YXR ?

YXU London 536,000 +3%

YXX Abbotsford 842,212 +24,3%

YYC ?

YYG Chalottetown 370,730 --

YYJ Victoria 2,048,627 +5,9%

YYT ?

YYZ ?
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:53 am

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
Great to see how Montreal's keeps looking up. International traffic still accounts for 40%. of the total


To recap, here are the annual passengers stats known so far for 2018

YCD Nanaimo 435,349 +22%

YDF Deer Lake 351,463 -3,75%

YEG Edmonton 8,254,121 +5,8%

YFC Fredericton 424,324 +7%

YHM Hamilton 725,630 +21%

YHZ ?

YKA Kamloops 351,631 +11,85

YLW Kelowna 2,080,372 +31%

YOW Ottawa 5,110,801 +5,6%

YQB ?

YQQ Comox 420,000 +13,8%

YQR ?

YUL Montreal 19,425,488 +6.9%

YVR ?

YWG ?

YXR ?

YXU London 536,000 +3%

YXX Abbotsford 842,212 +24,3%

YYC ?

YYG Chalottetown 370,730 --

YYJ Victoria 2,048,627 +5,9%

YYT ?

YYZ ?


While the exact figure for YWG isn’t out yet, a newspaper article up thread said they surpassed the 4.5 million mark.

I’d guess YHZ will be in the ballpark of 4.25 million.

Also in your list where you say YXR, do you mean YXS? YXR hasn’t had scheduled air service since 1996.

Even though none have reported yet, some missing NAS airports from the list include YQR, YXE, YQT, YQX and YQM.

I don’t know how to get info for YFB, YZF or YXY, the other NAS airports.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2018 statistics

Tue Jan 29, 2019 5:53 am

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
Great to see how Montreal's keeps looking up. International traffic still accounts for 40%. of the total


To recap, here are the annual passengers stats known so far for 2018

YCD Nanaimo 435,349 +22%

YDF Deer Lake 351,463 -3,75%

YEG Edmonton 8,254,121 +5,8%

YFC Fredericton 424,324 +7%

YHM Hamilton 725,630 +21%

YHZ ?

YKA Kamloops 351,631 +11,85

YLW Kelowna 2,080,372 +31%

YOW Ottawa 5,110,801 +5,6%

YQB ?

YQQ Comox 420,000 +13,8%

YQR ?

YUL Montreal 19,425,488 +6.9%

YVR ?

YWG ?

YXR ?

YXU London 536,000 +3%

YXX Abbotsford 842,212 +24,3%

YYC ?

YYG Chalottetown 370,730 --

YYJ Victoria 2,048,627 +5,9%

YYT ?

YYZ ?


Kelowna is up 9.9%, not 31%

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