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Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Wed Jul 29, 2015 10:25 pm

Lets start with:

YWG - 2Q 923,354 (+37,936) +4,28% - 1H 1,855,947 (+74,477) +4,18%

YYJ - 2Q 431,895 (+18,581) +4,5% - 1H 815,397 (+33,382) +4,2%
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:14 pm

YYC - 2Q 3,782,348 (+36,941) +1% - 1H 7,398,128 (+77,973) +1,07%

YYZ - 2Q 10,279,568 (+664,457) +7% - 1H 19,657,448 (+1,285,691) +7%

YVR - 2Q 5,077,866 (+219,883) +4,1% - 1H 9,691,751 (+480,607) +5,2%
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:49 am

YUL - 2Q 3,816,582 (+142,545) +3,9% - 1H 7,492,842 (+295,386) +4,1%

YEG - 2Q 1,936,640 (-98,123) -4,8% - 1H 3,904.316 (-118,049) -2,9%
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 4:25 pm

Basically, all airports are doing fine. Even YYC and to a certain extent YEG aren't doing too bad, all things considered.
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 5:04 pm

The strong growth at YYZ is surprising, given the flat economy and falling CAD.
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 8:28 pm

Quoting thenoflyzone (Reply 4):

Basically, all airports are doing fine. Even YYC and to a certain extent YEG aren't doing too bad, all things considered.

YYC seems to do better in economic downturns than YEG. If loads drop off enough, international airlines at least, tend to consolidate in YYC.
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 10:59 pm

Quoting yyz717 (Reply 5):
The strong growth at YYZ is surprising, given the flat economy and falling CAD.

International traffic is growing faster than transborder or domestic with 8,8% & 9,5% for 2Q and 1H compared to 6,2% & 6,5% for transboder and 7% & 5,1% for Domestic. During the first six months, 594,599 more international passengers travelled through YYZ.
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:35 pm

Quoting yyz717 (Reply 5):
The strong growth at YYZ is surprising, given the flat economy and falling CAD.

The falling CAD makes Canada a more attractive destination from the U.S. and much of the rest of the world.
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:19 am

The economy is flat only in the flatland... and only because of the oil and gas crash. Go to BC or ONT, things have not slowed down... yet and maybe not anytime soon, given their position in the global food chain and these airport stats support that.

IMHO, the global oil rush is over, and that's a good thing overall. Not the best for YEG or YYC, but they will be fine.
 
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RE: Canadian Airports PAX Statistics 2Q And 1st Half

Sun Aug 02, 2015 8:47 am

Quoting cabochris (Reply 9):
IMHO, the global oil rush is over, and that's a good thing overall. Not the best for YEG or YYC, but they will be fine.

I've experienced boom times when oil was less than 20 bucks per barrel in the late 70's. Then the Alberta oil patch was gutted by the federal national energy policy, ironically the same time when the price of oil was reaching 40 dollars per barrel.

50 dollars per barrel may seem like a death knell to the oil patch, but it is still way higher than some previous boom times, and I expect by fall, exploration will once again start picking up, even if the price of oil doesn't.

Traffic at YYC and YEG should pick up then as well.

Northern Alberta and BC are actually not suffering much of a slowdown because there is much more gas than oil up there and the price of gas is still relatively high. It's southern Alberta and Saskatchewan that are slowing down the most, and i imagine N.Dakota as well.

I reckon that YQU is as busy as ever.
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