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  • Humberside
    Senior Member
    • Oct 2004
    • 1915

    CAA August Airport Passenger Figures

    http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/80/airport...Statistics.pdf

    How well has your local done?

    HUY - 54268, down 16.3%

    Not all bad though as Excel next year should reverse most, if not all of this years decrease
  • Airline owner
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Oct 2003
    • 5327

    #2
    6,102,080 pax in August - down 3%...sure you can guess my local lol...

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    • wannabe pilot
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Jul 2003
      • 3652

      #3
      2240611 pax, up 3.6% on last year.

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      • RIPConcorde
        EGPH
        • Feb 2004
        • 3192

        #4
        823 922, up 6.6% on last August.

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        • lbaspotter
          lbaspotters.net
          • May 2004
          • 784

          #5
          LEEDS BRADFORD INTERNATIONAL


          282254 pax in August, which is up 17.6% on last year.

          Can you beat that increase?? All because of Jet2.com Expansion and New routes by Air Southwest to Newquay & Bristol, And Flybe routes to Southampton & Exeter. Also not forgetting the swefly B767 Flights to Lahore which operated in August.
          lbapotters.net News, Info & Daily Movements www.lbaspotters.net

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          • LBARULES
            Pointless flightaholic!
            • May 2003
            • 9820

            #6
            Some really impresive increase in pax numbers there, as LBA says, LBA up 17.6 % which is good, but also Exeter up 36.3%, Blackpool 63.4!, Liverpool 33.9, and Bournemouth 100% compared to the same month last year.

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            • paulc
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Feb 2003
              • 1072

              #7
              SOU 197468 pax - up 18%

              All due to increased fly-Be ops I think - my only slight concern is that fly-be are so dominant here that if anything were to happen then SOU would be left with very little scheduled traffic.
              Last edited by paulc; 27th September 2005, 05:53.
              http:www.jetphotos.net/showphotos.php?userid=481

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              • G-CDFF
                Senior Member
                • Sep 2005
                • 1294

                #8
                CWL 220596 +0.6% About the only thing that is new there is the weekly OOM flight to YYZ.

                BRS 564023 +15.3% It's probably due to the CO EWR service and the numerous new easyJet routes.
                Last edited by G-CDFF; 27th September 2005, 06:43.

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                • rdc1000
                  Rank 5 Registered User
                  • Jan 2000
                  • 1396

                  #9
                  Originally posted by Humberside
                  http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/80/airport...Statistics.pdf

                  How well has your local done?

                  HUY - 54268, down 16.3%

                  Not all bad though as Excel next year should reverse most, if not all of this years decrease
                  This is assuming they are correct...LOL. I was working on figures from July last week, and clsoed a table down, when I went back to it 10 minutes later the table had been removed. I rang the CAA and was informed they had got many of the destinations wrong. Shouldn't affect the overall numbers though!

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                  • Future Pilot
                    Rank 5 Registered User
                    • Jul 2003
                    • 3469

                    #10
                    The BHX figures in that link seem to be different from the one's released from the BHX website.
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                    May 09
                    NW781 - LHR-DTW - B767-400
                    NW427 - DTW-DCA - A319-100
                    NW205 - DCA-MSP - B757-200
                    NW104 - MSP-LHR - A330-200

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                    • Humberside
                      Senior Member
                      • Oct 2004
                      • 1915

                      #11
                      Originally posted by rdc1000
                      This is assuming they are correct...LOL. I was working on figures from July last week, and clsoed a table down, when I went back to it 10 minutes later the table had been removed. I rang the CAA and was informed they had got many of the destinations wrong. Shouldn't affect the overall numbers though!
                      Funny you should say, the other statistics about routes recorded HUY-DLM/Bodrum and somewhere else as no passengers when they had at least 1 weekly flight

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