Wacko55
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Re: Austin Texas Aviation Thread - 2020

Thu Feb 13, 2020 10:33 pm

Western727 wrote:
I continue to eagerly await 2019's full-year figures at KAUS.

Last year it was released on Feb. 7: http://www.austintexas.gov/news/record- ... ns-brisket


http://www.austintexas.gov/news/new-rec ... -bergstrom

Total passenger traffic for December 2019 was 1,471,053 up 16.5% compared to December 2018

Total passenger traffic for January – December 2019 was 17,343,729 up 9.6%, compared to January – December 2018

Delta continues to increase its' market presence.

Compared to December 2018 for December 2019 Delta Air Lines passengers totaled 200,023, up 23.4 %

Delta Air Lines passengers totaled 2,362,284, up 12.5% for 2019.
 
malev2012
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Re: Austin Texas Aviation Thread - 2020

Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:47 pm

Those are some big numbers internationally 300,000 TATL passengers between BA, LH, and DI!
Airlines flown: AA, AB, AC, AY, BA, CO, DL, DY, EW, F9, G4, IB, KL, LH, LX, NK, NW, NZ, OS, QF, SN, TP, UA, US, VA, VC, WN, XE
 
Wacko55
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Re: Austin Texas Aviation Thread - 2020

Fri Feb 14, 2020 12:21 am

malev2012 wrote:
Those are some big numbers internationally 300,000 TATL passengers between BA, LH, and DI!


Pretty decent TATL numbers. Will be interesting to see the totals for 2020 with a full year of LH plus KLM to AMS and DI to CDG. AUS had 530,387 international passengers for 2019 an increase of 21.37% compared to 2018.
 
malev2012
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Re: Austin Texas Aviation Thread - 2020

Fri Feb 14, 2020 4:22 am

Wacko55 wrote:
malev2012 wrote:
Those are some big numbers internationally 300,000 TATL passengers between BA, LH, and DI!


Pretty decent TATL numbers. Will be interesting to see the totals for 2020 with a full year of LH plus KLM to AMS and DI to CDG. AUS had 530,387 international passengers for 2019 an increase of 21.37% compared to 2018.

Don't leave out the added frequency to LGW on DI, SJD on AA and CUN on NK to add to the numbers. Not out of the question to push 750k. As more people go directly to Mexican destinations than connections via IAH/DFW.
Airlines flown: AA, AB, AC, AY, BA, CO, DL, DY, EW, F9, G4, IB, KL, LH, LX, NK, NW, NZ, OS, QF, SN, TP, UA, US, VA, VC, WN, XE
 
freerover
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Re: Austin Texas Aviation Thread - 2020

Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:40 pm

llintner wrote:
freerover wrote:
Western727 wrote:

Thanks, freerover, for the awesome update. Question about the East Terminal Apron expansion finishing next month...what's left? I couldn't tell that there was anything left to complete the last time I was there a couple of weeks ago. TIA.


In terms of the actual building, only minor roof work is left. There is also the 2nd phase of the concrete Apron Expansion around the extension. I'm not sure which areas that is.


Also, these are the 2040 master plan projects that are officially underway:
-New Taxiway Foxtrot parallel to the west runway with rapid exit taxiways
-New Braided entrance/exit to Airport at 71 eliminating the traffic light
-Midfield Taxiway Realignment of Hotel and Juliet to make room for new center concourse
-Landside Roadway and Curbside Study which is 1st step of new terminal triple level Pres. Blvd curbside roadway.


Only concrete work left is the area between TWY G3 and TWY C. First three lanes needed to get C1 (formerly R) open to TWY C were paved last week, but rain this week has slowed progress. Next two placements are tomorrow and Saturday. Likely opening mid March. The remainder needed to get C2 open to C should be done late next month. There is one more short closure of TWY G3 required when that work is finished.

As far as the CIP, saw the post yesterday right about the same time the steering committee was adjourning. Fairly large group had just finished discussions on the prioritization of Airside and Landside projects. Same dialogue on Terminal related projects is set for early next week.


Thanks for that! Do you have any idea how a possible West Infill fits into the port future? It seems to be in visual renderings but the only mention on the preliminary phase schedule is something called "West Infill-Temp Ground Load". West infill seems like something great to have asap but not necessary when the new terminal building is open.

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