iyerhari wrote:IAD 20,022,215 604,059 3.02% 19,705,771 1.61% 24,060,709 25 Oct-19
dafunk10 wrote:A quick Google search shows that the FAA considers “Large airport hubs” to be those that see at least 1% of total US emplanements, but does anyone know what that number is??
Seems like BNA is close to joining this group (on track through Nov ‘19 to likely exceed 9 million enplanements and 18 million total passengers for 2019)
iyerhari wrote:HNL does not publish detailed monthly stats. They publish one file sometime in May/June timeframe with the calendar year nos. for all the Hawaii airports.
https://hidot.hawaii.gov/airports/libra ... tatistics/
I have tried to reach out to folks in the past but they do not respond. If I get HNL, I would have 30 airports.
dafunk10 wrote:A quick Google search shows that the FAA considers “Large airport hubs” to be those that see at least 1% of total US enplanements, but does anyone know what that number is??
dafunk10 wrote:Seems like BNA is close to joining this group (on track through Nov ‘19 to likely exceed 9 million enplanements and 18 million total passengers for 2019)
SESGDL wrote:SFO’s international figures have got to be incorrect. Are they truly that low?
SFOA380 wrote:SESGDL wrote:SFO’s international figures have got to be incorrect. Are they truly that low?
Way off. That’s probably just the enplanement number. SFO Int’l traffic grew another 10% in 2019 and is 4th for Int’l traffic after JFK, LAX and MIA.
lawair wrote:BWI's international pax number is also off. I think you only counted foreign carrier passenger numbers, which excludes Southwest and Spirit international passengers and charter passengers. I don't have the total number offhand (BWI's website is missing August data) but the number for January-October excluding August is 906,579. Including August, the number might be close to 1 million.
ChaseCLT wrote:So how accurate is the list?
As already corrected, IAD was already way off but all the revisions have me questioning the integrity of the data.
iyerhari wrote:Almost all the airports with the exception of ATL, MIA and BWI have reported their nos. through Nov-2019. Starting next week we will start seeing Dec-2019 - calendar year nos.
The nos. will start showing a trend on where the year progression occurs for the top US airports. If you see any glitches, please let me know.
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