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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri May 17, 2019 10:49 am

YUL

Q1


"•YUL continues to welcome more and more passengers, with 4.7 million passengers in the first quarter of 2019 (+6.5%).

•All three activity sectors contributed to the growth. International traffic increased by 11.5%, the transborder (United States) sector grew by 3.6%, and the domestic sector climbed by 2.3% compared with the first quarter of 2018."


https://www.admtl.com/en/node/17136

Stats have not been updated yet, but based on 2018 numbers and adding the increases this makes more or less:

Domestic: 1,511,969 +33,993

International: 2,057,360 +212,194

Trans-border: 1,101,992 +38,293

Total: 4,671,321 +284,480
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri May 17, 2019 12:17 pm

YUL

Q1


Numbers aren't published yet, but here is some data. INT'L 2018 Q1 was 1,847,654. +11,5%, that makes roughly 2,060,134 or 44% of YUL's Q1 traffic, which is 2% higher than last year.

•YUL continues to welcome more and more passengers, with 4.7 million passengers in the first quarter of 2019 (+6.5%).

•All three activity sectors contributed to the growth. International traffic increased by 11.5%, the transborder (United States) sector grew by 3.6%, and the domestic sector climbed by2.3% compared with the first quarter of 2018.

•With an expanding number of destinations, YUL remains Canada’s most international airport as a proportion of its total passenger traffic.



https://www.admtl.com/en/node/17136
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri May 17, 2019 1:44 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
YOW's April pax stats are out and they're very, very good:


Indeed. It's interesting to see how int'l traffic is up. Dom & TB are more or less a given since it's the Federal capital, but Int'l...


I think the big jump in international is thanks to Sunwing adding capacity this winter, including a new destination and YOW-LHR was probably much fuller than usual in April reaccommoating some YHZ-LHR pax.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat May 18, 2019 10:21 am

Morning. After yesterday's failed attempt to post here, lets see if it works today.


YUL

March & Q1




Total: 1,712,306 +4,8% // 4,677,201 +6,5%

Dom: 549,149 +1,8% // 1,514,712 +2,3%

Int'l: 735,748 +9,3% // 2,060,805 +11,5% (+510,501 over Q1 2016)

TB: 427,409 +1,6% // 1,101,684 +3,6%


It appears that international traffic has the lion share with 43% in March and 44% for the quarter. Of course amongst these passengers, many must have headed South to get some sun and warmth.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jun 06, 2019 1:54 am

YUL

April

Total: 1,567,444 +5,5% YTD: 6,244,939 +6,3%

Dom: 565,166 +5,2% YTD: 2,079,822 +3,1% (Nice boost compared to the first 3 months of the year)

Int'l: 627,223 +8,3% YTD: 2,688,378 +10,8%

USA: 375,055 +1,8% YTD: 1,476,739 +3,1%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Jun 14, 2019 2:56 pm

[color=#FF0000]YOW May[/color]

YOW's May pax stats are out and they're very good.

Sector / May-18 / May-19 / % Change
Dom: 353,356 / 366,206 / +3.6%
TB: 49,129 / 55,761 / +13.5% - Remind me again why UA stopped YOW for 9 months?
Int'l: 14,758 / 18,499 / +25.3% BIG JUMP = approx. 88.4% LF for LHR, FRA & SW's weekly VRA
TTL: 417,243 / 440,466 / +5.6%

Sector / YTD 2018 / YTD 2019 / % Change
Dom: 1,530,305 / 1,554,847 / +1.6%
TB: 323,423 / 338,309 / +4.6%
Int'l: 209,319 / 240,124 / +14.7%
TTL: 2,063,047 / 2,133,280 / +3.4%

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2018
Dom: 4,026,751 / +0.6%
TB: 735,656 / +2.1%
Int'l: 418,627 / +7.9%
TTL: 5,181,034 / +1.4%

A big May was needed to offset the expected losses due to ORD and the temporary route suspensions affecting YOW due to the MAX.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sun Jun 16, 2019 8:32 pm

YVR

Vancouver appears to have a much softer growth so far.

Here are the totals for each of the four months up to April


2017: 1,791,047 // 1,648,480 // 1,912,268 // 1,855,197

2018: 1,939,163 // 1,830,174 // 2,089,493 // 2,003,047

2019: 2,026,884 // 1,875,049 // 2,132,945 // 2,077,118


Domestic;

April : 984,161 +1,8%
YTD: 3,808,017 +2,4%

Transborder

April : 520,894 +5,1%
YTD: 2,048,262 +3,4%

Asia Pacific

April : 373,688 +7,1%
YTD: 1,492,596 +5,9%

Europe

April : 97,704 +3,2%
YTD: 328,683 +0,4%

Total international including TB & Misc

April : 1,092,957 +5,4%
YTD: 4,303,979 +3,9%

Total

April: 2,077,118 +3,7%
YTD: 8,111,996 +3,2%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sun Jun 16, 2019 9:00 pm

Thanks for the post! Still not too bad for YVR, at this rate they'll flirt with 27M for 2019, no one expected things to continue like 2017 and 2018.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:28 am

YYZ

Here are April and YTD numbers:


Domestic 1,362,661 +0.8% // 5,109,403 +0.2%

Transborder 1,549,544 +6.2% // 6,102,097 +5.2%

International 1,206,065 +6.9% // 4,555,588 + 4.3%

Total Passengers 4,118,270 +4.5% // 15,767,088 +3.3%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:34 pm

YEG - May

Weak month for YEG.

Highlights:

Terminal Traffic: 639,148 passengers (3,148,867 Year-to-date)
• Domestic 540,983 passengers (2,428,637 Year-to-date)
• Transborder 72,205 passengers (465,003 Year-to-date)
• International 25,960 passengers (255,227 Year-to-date)

FBO Traffic*: 46,984 passengers (196,714 Year-to-date)

Grand Total: Overall 686,132 passengers (3,345,581 Year-to-date)


Growth%:
Terminal: -3.0% (0.6% Year-to-date)
• Domestic -2.8% (0.1% Year-to-date)
• Transborder -2.8% (6.0% Year-to-date)
• International -7.2% (-3.7% Year-to-date)

 FBO Traffic: 32.1% (21.5% Year-to-date)

 Grand Total: Overall -1.2% (1.6% Year-to-date)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:45 pm

YYC April

Sector / April 2019 / YTD / % Change
DOM: 941,421 / 3,712,181 / +5.47%
TB: 287,802 / 1,141,523 / +3.7%
INT'L: 173,452 / 729,606 / +3.3%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:09 pm

Hopefully YYZ will have a good growth year considering the raptors won the finals along with eastern conference championships!
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 04, 2019 6:24 pm

YVR


May & YTD


Domestic: 1,071,882 +1,2% // 4,879,899 +2,1%


Transborder: 507,733 -1,1% // 2,555,995 +2,5%


Asia Pacific: 377,055 +7,8% // 1,864,374 +6%


Europe: 174,420 +3,1% // 503,101 +1,3%


Total Int'l: 1,114,570 +2,4% // 5,411,299 +3,4%


Total all sectors: 2,186,452 +1,8% // 10,291,198 +2,8%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:24 am

YYZ

May & YTD


Domestic: 1,561,909 +3.3% // 6,671,312 +0.9%

Transborder: 1,521,084 +5.1% // 7,623,181 +5.1%

International: 1,162,615 +2.8% // 5,718,203 +4.0%

Total Passengers: 4,245,608 +3.8% // 20,012,696 +3.4%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:01 am

Canuck600 wrote:


Looks like those AC DH4s are paying off, but the summer will take a hit if YYZ is only 1x weekly due to the ongoing MAX situation.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Tue Jul 16, 2019 3:58 pm

YOW June

YOW's June pax stats are out and not surprisingly, transborder was down due to UA's 10 month ORD suspension starting in early June (means July will be even worse), and domestic was flat no doubt due MAX cancellations/reductions. The fact that domestic was flat is not bad at all.

Sector / Jun-18 / Jun-19 / % Change
Dom: 363,899 / 363,732 / -0.05%
TB: 52,462 / 48,101 / -8.3%
Int'l: 21,556 / 23,088 / +7.1% - Best result since 2015. No capacity change vs 2018 = a higher LF of 86%
TTL: 437,917 / 434,921 / -0.7%

Sector / YTD 2018 / YTD 2019 / % Change
Dom: 1,894,204 / 1,918,579 / +1.3%
TB: 375,885 / 386,410 / +2.8%
Int'l: 230,875 / 263,212 / +14.0%
TTL: 2,500,964 / 2,568,201 / +2.7%

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2018
Dom: 4,026,584 / +0.6%
TB: 731,295 / +1.5%
Int'l: 420,159 / +8.3%
TTL: 5,178,038 / +1.3%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:59 pm

YFC - YTDish!

I got YFC's July newsletter and while they don't have a raw number for YTD 2019 pax traffic, they do say this:

This incredible range of travel options has helped position YFC as one of the fastest-growing airports in Atlantic Canada, driving 10 years of record-breaking passenger numbers. In 2018, for the first time, more than 400,000 passengers used our airport. That was up almost 7% from the previous year. It continues to climb: in 2019, our year-to-date traffic has already increased 3.9% over last year.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 18, 2019 4:12 pm

looks like growth in general is starting to slow down. I'm sure the MAX situation is part of it but perhaps this is a harbinger of a slightly cooling economy?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:10 pm

Skywatcher wrote:
looks like growth in general is starting to slow down. I'm sure the MAX situation is part of it but perhaps this is a harbinger of a slightly cooling economy?


I think it's mostly MAX-related the slowdown. Take a place like YOW for example, where losing 1 daily domestic flight like WS' YOW-YEG in June can knock off 2 points of growth, not to mention downgauges on some flights to maintain frequency.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:19 pm

YWG Q2

APRIL

Sector / Apr-18 / Apr-19 / % Change
Dom: 286,084 / 284,518 / -0.5%
TB: 39,322 / 40,930 / +4.1%
Int'l: 8,558 / 8,570 / +0.1%
TTL: 333,964 / 334,018 / +0.02%

MAY

Sector / May-18 / May-19 / % Change
Dom: 325,133 / 333,060 / +2.4%
TB: 29,676 / 36,188 / +21.9%
Int'l: 0 / 0 / 0%
TTL: 354,809 / 369,248 / +4.1%

JUNE

Sector / Jun-18 / Jun-19 / % Change
Dom: 352,650 / 354,763 / +0.6%
TB: 31,321 / 34,662 / +10.7%
Int'l: 768 / 989 / +28.8%
TTL: 384,739 / 390,414 / +1.5%

YTD 2019

Sector / YTD 2018 / YTD 2019 / % Change
Dom: 1,763,100 / 1,819,117 / +3.2%
TB: 225,613 / 255,998 / +13.5%
Int'l: 139,183 / 151,890 / +9.1%
TTL: 2,127,896 / 2,227,005 / +4.7%

12 MONTHS ROLLING TOTAL

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2018
Dom: 3,903,226 / +1.5%
TB: 486,905 / +6.7%
Int'l: 193,321 / +7.0%
TTL: 4,583,452 / +2.2%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Jul 25, 2019 2:21 pm

YXT - Terrace-Kitimat - June YTD

Now for some regional BC pax stats:

http://www.northernsentinel.com/news/no ... bers-soar/

there have already been 135,677 passenger movements to the end of June.

“If this keeps up, I believe we will,” says airport general manager Carman Hendry. “We should hit 300,000 this year.”


Monthly stats listed:

From March to the end of June, each month has seen more than 20,000 passengers moving through the airport.

June alone saw 24,154 movements, gaining on the current monthly record of 24,670 movements set in August 2014.


Also:
The passenger numbers recorded every month by the airport only reflect scheduled airline flights, not private aircraft or charters.
This means that energy industry charters that use the terminal don't appear to get counted, thereby under-reporting numbers a bit as there's a weekly charter to YEG.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jul 29, 2019 2:30 pm

YEG June

Terminal 634,704 passengers = -0.4% (3,783,571 Year-to-date)
• Domestic 556,228 passengers = +0.6% (2,984,865 Year-to-date = +0.2%)
• Transborder 59,682 passengers = -8.0% (524,685 Year-to-date = +4.2%)
• International 18,794 passengers = -2.4% (274,021 Year-to-date = -3.6%)

FBO Traffic*: 39,090 passengers +8.8% (235,804 Year-to-date = +19.2%)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Tue Jul 30, 2019 8:18 pm

YUL


May


Total:1,602,080 +5,5%

Domestic: 632,075 +3,2%

Trans-border: 361,156 +1,5%

International: 608,849 +10,6%


June

Total: 1,836,408 +4,2%

Domestic: 671,460 +0,1%

Trans-border: 381,054 -0,1%

International: 783,894 +10,4%



YTD

Total: 9,684,355 +5,7%

Domestic: 3,383,904 +2,5%

Trans-border: 2,218,949 +2,3%

International: 4,081,502 +10,2%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:55 am

YVR


June & 1st half

Domestic : 1,126,382 +0,9% // 6,011,668 +2%

Int'l

Transborder: 586,535 -0,8% // 3,142,530 +1,8%

Asia Pacific : 400,934 +0,5% // 2,265,099 +5%

Europe : 231,155 +4,7% // 733,627 +2,3%

Misc. : 41,744 -12,3% // 529,573 -0,2%

Total Int'l: 1,260,368 +0,2% // 6,670,829 +2,8%



Total: 2,386,750 +0,5% // 12,682,497 +2,4%

At this rate, by the end of 3Q the total will be 19+ million, though summer traffic is in full swing so perhaps will it be 20. Currently, Asia Pacific represents 17,8% of total traffic and 33,95% of International.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 10:17 am

First half of the year


YWG - 2,227,005 +4,7%

YOW - 2,568,201 +2,7%

YUL - 9,684,355 +5,7%

YVR - 12,682,497 +2,4%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 10:35 am

YYC


June & YTD


Domestic: 1,102,225 +1,1% // 5,857,848 +4,3%

Transborder: 305,217 +5,9% // 1,715,753 +4,58%

International: 154,164 +22,1% // 1,016,806 +5,36%

Total: 1,561,606 +3,8% // 8,590,407 +4,48%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 2:14 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
First half of the year


YWG - 2,227,005 +4,7%

YOW - 2,568,201 +2,7%

YUL - 9,684,355 +5,7%

YVR - 12,682,497 +2,4%


Yul is close to bursting. In the evening when the euro heavies depart it is packed
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 4:51 pm

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Yul is close to bursting. In the evening when the euro heavies depart it is packed


No wonder, here are all the trans-Atlantic flights listed for tonight.


18:40 AH2701 Alger / 18:45 OS74 Vienna / 18:50 KL672 Amsterdam

19:00 TS546 Bordeaux / 19:05 AC808 Casablanca / 19:05 AC874 Frankfurt / 19:10 AC828 Lyon / 19:10 TS566 Paris / 19:25 AC892 Rome / 19:30 AF347 Paris / 19:50 AC832 Bruxelles / 19:55 SS901 Paris

20:15 TS402 Rome / 20:15 RV1960 Lisbon / 20:30 TS570 Venise / 20:50 AC834 Geneva / 20:50 LH475 Munich / 20:50 AC2400 Paris

21:00 RV1918 Venise / 21:10 AC810 Alger / 21:10 TS256 Barcelona / 21:15 QR764 Doha / 21:15 RV1962 Marseille / 21:20 TS288 Basel / 21:30 TS580 Lisbon / 21:35 BA94 London / 21:45 TS572 Lyon / 21:50 TS110 Paris / 21:50 TS454 Marseille

22:25 TS748 London / 22:35 AT209 Casablanca / 22:45 AC864 London / 22:55 AF349 Paris / 22:55 AC2402 Barcelona

23:00 KF4902 Dusseldorf / 23:05 TK36 Istanbul / 23:30 TS782 Toulouse
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 6:37 pm

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
jamsco99 wrote:
Yul is close to bursting. In the evening when the euro heavies depart it is packed


No wonder, here are all the trans-Atlantic flights listed for tonight.


18:40 AH2701 Alger / 18:45 OS74 Vienna / 18:50 KL672 Amsterdam

19:00 TS546 Bordeaux / 19:05 AC808 Casablanca / 19:05 AC874 Frankfurt / 19:10 AC828 Lyon / 19:10 TS566 Paris / 19:25 AC892 Rome / 19:30 AF347 Paris / 19:50 AC832 Bruxelles / 19:55 SS901 Paris

20:15 TS402 Rome / 20:15 RV1960 Lisbon / 20:30 TS570 Venise / 20:50 AC834 Geneva / 20:50 LH475 Munich / 20:50 AC2400 Paris

21:00 RV1918 Venise / 21:10 AC810 Alger / 21:10 TS256 Barcelona / 21:15 QR764 Doha / 21:15 RV1962 Marseille / 21:20 TS288 Basel / 21:30 TS580 Lisbon / 21:35 BA94 London / 21:45 TS572 Lyon / 21:50 TS110 Paris / 21:50 TS454 Marseille

22:25 TS748 London / 22:35 AT209 Casablanca / 22:45 AC864 London / 22:55 AF349 Paris / 22:55 AC2402 Barcelona

23:00 KF4902 Dusseldorf / 23:05 TK36 Istanbul / 23:30 TS782 Toulouse


And theres a free earlier ones like swiss, corsair and Lufthansa before 1830
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Aug 02, 2019 10:17 pm

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And theres a free earlier ones like swiss, corsair and Lufthansa before 1830


Corsair is at 19:55 while the other two are scheduled before 18:00 and I checked YUL's departure board from that hour onward. Obviously, all these A330s B767s and B777s crowded between 19:00 and 22:00 must strain the terminal's capacity.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:09 pm

More passengers and airlines at YUL is good, but it has its negatives, especially if the infrastructure isn’t designed to accommodate the growth.

Gate hold upon arrival and remote parking are more and more common at YUL. There simply aren’t enough contact gates for everyone during the evening rush hour, especially on the international pier.

The situation won’t be getting any better until the new terminal is built. Unfortunately that is a good 7-10 years away. In the mean time, YUL will be a mess in the evening, both landside and airside.

ADM is tackling the issues as best it can, but it will definitely get worse, as far as the passenger experience goes, until it gets better.
us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:43 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
More passengers and airlines at YUL is good, but it has its negatives, especially if the infrastructure isn’t designed to accommodate the growth.

Gate hold upon arrival and remote parking are more and more common at YUL. There simply aren’t enough contact gates for everyone during the evening rush hour, especially on the international pier.

The situation won’t be getting any better until the new terminal is built. Unfortunately that is a good 7-10 years away. In the mean time, YUL will be a mess in the evening, both landside and airside.

ADM is tackling the issues as best it can, but it will definitely get worse, as far as the passenger experience goes, until it gets better.


They had it good by having the domestic and international areas combined but they have reintroduced a separate international area which does not have enough gates. Last week when I was there, ba, corsair and Qatar were all at remote gates
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 5:47 pm

jamsco99 wrote:
Thenoflyzone wrote:
More passengers and airlines at YUL is good, but it has its negatives, especially if the infrastructure isn’t designed to accommodate the growth.

Gate hold upon arrival and remote parking are more and more common at YUL. There simply aren’t enough contact gates for everyone during the evening rush hour, especially on the international pier.

The situation won’t be getting any better until the new terminal is built. Unfortunately that is a good 7-10 years away. In the mean time, YUL will be a mess in the evening, both landside and airside.

ADM is tackling the issues as best it can, but it will definitely get worse, as far as the passenger experience goes, until it gets better.


They had it good by having the domestic and international areas combined but they have reintroduced a separate international area which does not have enough gates. Last week when I was there, ba, corsair and Qatar were all at remote gates


Why did they re-introduce the separate international area? That seems to be bucking the trend at most airports. Could YUL temporarily increase the use of mobile lounges to boost capacity before the terminal expansion is complete?
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 6:37 pm

A sterile international pier is a requirement for “transit without visa”.

Makes connecting at YUL that much smoother.
us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:16 pm

Thenoflyzone wrote:
A sterile international pier is a requirement for “transit without visa”.

Makes connecting at YUL that much smoother.


But you need a transit Visa for canada (if not Visa exempt or already hold s Visa).
Surely the only connections at yul are domestic to international / usa or international to usa (or vice versa)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Sat Aug 03, 2019 9:14 pm

I think there are more Latin America int'l to int'l connections now (Mexico city/Panama city/Lima/tons of sunflight destinations) to China/Japan/Qatar/Africa/Europe etc. and vice versa. I'm sure AC benefits a lot from this new traffic flow which in the past almost all went via YYZ.
I find it amazing that TS has 15 departures from YUL to Europe in one day. When AC takes over there will be 25 (including N.Africa) for the combined entity. Amazing-all the foreign carriers only total 14 departures.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:33 am

YYZ


June & YTD


Domestic: 1,676,865 +1.2% // 8,349,199 +1.0%

Transborder: 1,171,057 +0.8% // 6,891,224 +3.5%

International: 1,597,881 +3.0% // 9,222,868 +4.8%

Total Passengers: 4,445,803 +1.7% // 24,463,291 +3.1%
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 9:43 am

First half of the year


YWG - 2,227,005 +4,7%

YOW - 2,568,201 +2,7%

YEG - 3,783,571 +0,4%

YYC - 8,590,407 +4,48%

YUL - 9,684,355 +5,7%

YVR - 12,682,497 +2,4%

YYZ - 24,463,291 +3.1%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 2:27 pm

jamsco99 wrote:
SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
jamsco99 wrote:
Yul is close to bursting. In the evening when the euro heavies depart it is packed


No wonder, here are all the trans-Atlantic flights listed for tonight.

And theres a free earlier ones like swiss, corsair and Lufthansa before 1830


There are 6 mores TATL flights listed before 1830, ATH being the earliest one at 15:40, BOD on TS, CDG (AF and AC) LX to ZRH, FRA on LH
 
marktci
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 3:43 pm

YYJ

June

Total: 171,848 -6.4%

Domestic: 149,669 -5.0%

Trans-border: 22,179 -14.8%



YTD

Total: 935,311 -3.2%

Domestic: 787,146 -1.8%

Trans-border: 121,904 -13.9%

International: 26,261 +10.9%
 
leader1
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 4:56 pm

Any info on aircraft movements?
Leader-1
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 07, 2019 8:28 pm

leader1 wrote:
Any info on aircraft movements?


First six months of 2019:

- YYZ 222,167 -4,3%

- YVR (Runway) Jets 67,729 -11% / Turbo-props 44,518 -22,1% (For more see here: http://www.yvr.ca/en/about-yvr/facts-and-stats)
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Tue Aug 13, 2019 6:02 pm

YAM / Sault Ste. Marie July

The Sault Ste. Marie Airport seen 18,800 passengers fly to and from the airport in July 2019 for an increase of 2.1% over July 2018. This volume of travelers set a record for best month of July in the Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation’s history.

The previous July high was 18,695 in July 2017. This provides for an overall increase of 0.7% through the first four months of the SSMADC fiscal year 2019/2020 and a running 12-month total of 213,694 passengers.


Aircraft movements for last 12 months:

Month / Total Movements / Increase over Previous Year
May, 2019 / 8,432 / +46.4%
April, 2019 / 6,346 / +83.8%
March, 2019 / 4,331 / +3.2%
February, 2019 / 3,205 / +7.4%
January, 2019 / 2,589 / +11.0%
December, 2018 / 2,706 / +19.9%
November, 2018 / 3,421 / +90.0%
October, 2018 / 4,173 / +45.5%
September, 2018 / 5,525 / +36.6%
August, 2018 / 7,138 / +30.4%
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Wed Aug 14, 2019 9:01 pm

First half of the year (for the airports that publish stats more than once a year)


YYJ - 935,311 -3.2%

YWG - 2,227,005 +4,7%

YOW - 2,568,201 +2,7%

YEG - 3,783,571 +0,4%

YYC - 8,590,407 +4,48%

YUL - 9,684,355 +5,7%

YVR - 12,682,497 +2,4%

YYZ - 24,463,291 +3.1%


I'm curious to see how the situation will evolve in the coming few years for YUL & YYC. Will Montreal widen the gap, thanks to its international traffic (42%), or will YYC reduce it. It's getting crowded at YUL.
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Aug 15, 2019 8:16 pm

YOW July

July is a prime example of how if YOW does anything beyond breaking-even, 2019 should be considered a success. Here's roughly the changes for July 2018 vs. July 2019:

Transborder
AA PHL -1 ERJ
DL LGA +1 CRJ (so AA & DL essentially cancel one another out)
UA ORD -3 CRJ/ERJ/E70/E75 mix - say all in 2018 were 50 seaters, at an 80% LF that's 7,500 TB pax on this suspended route

Domestic changes due to MAX (assume 80% LF and 100% completion factor on all these in 2018)
AC YYT - daily cancelled E90 (resumed in August) = approx -4,800
WS YEG - 3x weekly (resumed around July 6) vs daily 73G = approx -4,100 pax
WS YHZ - 7M8 vs 738 1x daily = loss of seats = approx. -400 pax
WS YYZ - 7M8 vs 738 1x daily = loss of seats = approx. -400 pax
The above = approx. -9,700 pax lost due to the MAX grounding

Other July Domestic Changes:
4N YZF/YXY - 2x weekly vs 3x weekly = approx. -750 pax
AC YYC -1 319 offset by 1x upgauge to 320
AC YVR +1 but 4x 320 most days vs 2x 321 & 1x 320 most days (so say YYC & YVR changes cancel each other out)
AC YEG - I think 1 of the 2 daily were a 319 last summer

Here are the year-over-year compares:

Sector / Jul-18 / Jul-19 / % Change
Dom: 379,476 / 370,956 / -2.2% - the difference is almost entirely attributable to the MAX-related changes/cancellations as noted above
TB: 53,900 / 47,188 / -12.5% --> 53,900-7,500=46,400 = transborder did slightly better than expected
Int'l: 24,222 / 24,749 / +2.2% - a lot of this is 5 Mondays in July = 1 extra WG roundtrip to VRA. However, overall LF for VRA, FRA & LHR (assuming 100% completion factor) = an impressive 88.2%
TTL: 457,598 / 442,893 / -3.2%

Sector / YTD 2018 / YTD 2019 / % Change
Dom: 2,273,680 / 2,289,535 / +0.7%
TB: 429,785 / 433,598 / +0.9%
Int'l: 255,097 / 287,961 / +12.9%
TTL: 2,958,562 / 3,011,094 / +1.8% - first time YOW has surpassed the 3 million mark by July

12 Months Rolling / % Change vs Year End 2018
Dom: 4,018,064 / +0.4%
TB: 724,583 / +0.5%
Int'l: 420,686 / +8.5%
TTL: 5,163,333 / +1.0%
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Aug 19, 2019 9:19 pm

YYZ


July & YTD


Domestic: 1,894,070 0.9% // 10,242,880 1.0%

Transborder: 1,233,503 0.3% // 8,124,852 3.0%

International: 1,776,721 -0.5% // 10,999,374 3.9%

Total Passengers: 4,904,294 0.2% // 29,367,106 2.6%
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Aug 22, 2019 6:57 pm

Edmonton YEG July

•Terminal 707,230 passengers (4,490,801 Year-to-date)
•Domestic 629,292 passengers (3,614,157 Year-to-date)
•Transborder 58,197 passengers (582,882 Year-to-date)
•International 19,741 passengers (293,762 Year-to-date)

https://flyeia.com/corporate/media/passenger-stats/

Calgary YYC July
Total - 1,756,376
https://www.yyc.com/en-us/media/factsfigures/passengerstatistics.aspx
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Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Aug 29, 2019 12:35 pm

YQB 1st half

https://www.aeroportdequebec.com/fr/a-p ... atistiques

YQB unfortunately don’t publish raw monthly numbers and only percentages. Here’s the YTD % changes (all positive):
Jan: +1.5%
Feb: +0.5%
Mar: +1.5%
Apr: +2.6%
May: +0.5%
Jun: +3.1%

At this rate, YQB is on pace for about 1.78 million pax in 2019.
 
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Aug 29, 2019 3:55 pm

You can really see the effect of the max on YYZ numbers, combined with Wow and Jet going under, I personally have never seen international numbers drop in my entire life of actually following the monthly stats, and it's been years.

With AI starting in September, that should help a little. The year will probably finish around 51 million, still not bad. At least it'll artificially inflate next year's growth %

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