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westaust
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Feb 17, 2020 7:42 pm

YUL final 2019 numbers are out

Total 20 305 106 (+4,5%)

+0.6% Domestic (7.19M)
+2.3% Transborder (4.52M)
+9.3% International (8.59M)
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Feb 17, 2020 7:54 pm

westaust wrote:
YUL final 2019 numbers are out

Total 20 305 106 (+4,5%)

+0.6% Domestic (7.19M)
+2.3% Transborder (4.52M)
+9.3% International (8.59M)


That’s quite the milestone for YUL. It wasn’t that long ago that YUL had briefly fallen to 4th place during the Alberta oil boom...I don’t think that will ever happen again. I can see YUL overtaking YVR by the end of this decade.
 
Thenoflyzone
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Feb 17, 2020 10:36 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
westaust wrote:
YUL final 2019 numbers are out

Total 20 305 106 (+4,5%)

+0.6% Domestic (7.19M)
+2.3% Transborder (4.52M)
+9.3% International (8.59M)


That’s quite the milestone for YUL. It wasn’t that long ago that YUL had briefly fallen to 4th place during the Alberta oil boom...I don’t think that will ever happen again. I can see YUL overtaking YVR by the end of this decade.


It will be hard to overtake YVR in terms of overall passenger numbers, especially in the next 10 years. YVR is the premier Asia Pac gateway from Canada, and will remain so for the foreseeable future. WS is not interested in Asia Pac service from YYC for now. That plays in YVR's advantage. That factor will always bring in a lot of connecting traffic at YVR. It also has 2 network carrier hubs (AC+WS), while YUL only has 1.

However, there is one metric in which YUL will overtake YVR most likely this year, if not for sure by 2021. That is overall international passengers. (transborder and International).

YUL is already ahead in terms of international (non-US) numbers, and has been for years.

2019 overall international passenger numbers:

YVR 13,713,885 +1.7%
YUL 13,112,990 +6.8% (831,000 more than in 2018)

What drags YUL down is and always has been domestic traffic. Which should be closer to 10-12 million instead of the current 7 million. Hey, if Via Rail remains shut down until December, we might get there ! :silly:
us Air Traffic Controllers have a good record, we haven't left one up there yet !!
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Feb 17, 2020 11:43 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
That’s quite the milestone for YUL. It wasn’t that long ago that YUL had briefly fallen to 4th place during the Alberta oil boom...I don’t think that will ever happen again. I can see YUL overtaking YVR by the end of this decade.


I'm not sure YUL could overtake YVR anytime soon, they are still 6 millions apart and the current slow growth at YVR, perhaps even a loss in the Asia Pacific sector this year, won't last forever. So even if YUL keeps growing faster than the west coast, it will only reduce the gap, unless there's a serious domestic traffic boom changing the balance. Currently, International is still 42% of the total, while Domestic is about 35%.
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Tue Feb 18, 2020 1:47 am

SpaceshipDC10 wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
That’s quite the milestone for YUL. It wasn’t that long ago that YUL had briefly fallen to 4th place during the Alberta oil boom...I don’t think that will ever happen again. I can see YUL overtaking YVR by the end of this decade.


I'm not sure YUL could overtake YVR anytime soon, they are still 6 millions apart and the current slow growth at YVR, perhaps even a loss in the Asia Pacific sector this year, won't last forever. So even if YUL keeps growing faster than the west coast, it will only reduce the gap, unless there's a serious domestic traffic boom changing the balance. Currently, International is still 42% of the total, while Domestic is about 35%.

While the current 6 million is a big gap, it’ll probably drop to around 5 million by the end of 2020 as YVR on the international front is going to get hammered over the next several months, meaning it would take about 550k per year gap closing by 2029. True that’s unlikely, but not impossible...guess we’ll have to revive this thread in 10 years’ time! The China blow to YUL will be far smaller.
 
SpaceshipDC10
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Thu Feb 20, 2020 12:43 am

YYZ

November, December & full year

Domestic 1,302,168 +1,8% // 1,423,363 +3.9% // 18,108,953 +1.2%

International 1,279,078 +5,5% // 1,511,675 +2.7% // 18,543,064 +2.9%

Transborder 1,091,794 +0,5% // 1,129,590 +1.8% // 13,847,414 +1.9%

Total Passengers 3,673,040 +2,7% // 4,064,628 +2.8% // 50,499,431 +2.0%



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Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Fri Mar 06, 2020 10:00 pm

YXT - Terrace/Kitimat

https://www.terracestandard.com/news/pa ... l-airport/

“And when you look at 2019, we were 22 per cent up over 2018,” says airport general manager Carman Hendry of the total number of passengers through the airport in 2019 of 293,895 passengers compared to 2018’s total of 240,253.
 
Dominion301
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Re: Canadian Airports 2019 statistics

Mon Jul 06, 2020 1:31 pm

Here's a late addition to 2019's pax stats:

YYB - North Bay

https://www.northernontariobusiness.com ... ce-2531724

According to McDonald, 77,450 passengers moved through Jack Garland in 2019, a 4.7 per cent increase over the previous year, largely driven by Air Canada.


Now that YYB is left with only JV to YSB, I doubt YYB will hit even 5,000 pax in 2020.

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