More than 7% boost in atmosphere transport compared to final year

MONTREAL – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced attention opening statistics for 2016 display that system-wide, airlines carried 3.8 billion passengers on scheduled services final year, an boost of 7% over 2015, representing an additional 242 million atmosphere trips. This information is enclosed in a 2017 book of a IATA World Air Transport Statistics (WATS), a annual of a airline industry’s performance.

Highlights of a 2016 airline attention performance:

Passenger
Once again, airlines in a Asia-Pacific segment carried a largest series of passengers. The informal ranking (based on sum passengers carried on scheduled services by airlines purebred in that region) is:

  • Asia-Pacific 35% marketplace share (1.3 billion, an boost of 11.3% compared to  2015)
  • Europe 26% marketplace share (992.4 million, adult 6.1% over 2015)
  • North America 24% marketplace share (911.5 million, adult 3% over 2015)
  • Latin America 7% marketplace share (275.1 million, adult 1.8% from 2015)
  • Middle East 5% marketplace share (206.1 million, an boost of 9.1% over 2015)
  • Africa 2% marketplace share (84 million, adult 6% over 2015). 

The tip 5 airlines ranked by sum scheduled passengers carried (domestic and international) were:

  • Southwest Airlines (151.8 million)
  • American Airlines (144.2 million)
  • Delta Air Lines (143.3 million)
  • China Southern Airlines (114.5 million)
  • Ryanair (112 million)

The tip 5 international/regional newcomer airport-pairs were roughly a same as they were in 2015, and all were within a Asia-Pacific region:

  • Hong Kong-Taipei (5.2 million, adult 2.1% from 2015)
  • Jakarta-Singapore (3.4 million, adult 0.9% from 2015))
  • Bangkok Suvarnabhumi-Hong Kong (3 million, a diminution of 3.14% from 2015)
  • Kuala Lumpur–Singapore (2.8 million, adult 3.3% from 2015)
  • Hong Kong-Seoul (2.8 million, down 15% from 2015)

The tip 5 domestic newcomer airport-pairs were also all in a Asia-Pacific region:

  • Jeju-Seoul Gimpo (11.6 million, adult 4.6% over 2015)
  • Sapporo-Tokyo Haneda (7.7 million, down 1.2% from 2015)
  • Fukuoka-Tokyo Haneda (7.3 million, a diminution of 4% from 2015)
  • Melbourne-Tullamarine-Sydney (7.3 million, down 4.6% from 2015)
  • Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh City (6.4 million,  adult 16.2% from 2015)

Passenger Traffic by Nationality
A new underline accessible this year in a WATS+ book is a ranking of newcomer numbers in terms of nationality (citizenship). Highlights include:

  • US Citizens are a world’s many prevalent travelers. Some 810 million passengers trafficked on US passports in 2016 comprising 21% of all passengers worldwide.
  • Internationally, American adults also took tip place, comprising 9.5% of all travelers. This was followed by adults of a UK (7.8%), Germany (6.5%), China (6.4%) and France (4.1%).
  • Domestically, US adults were also a many prevalent travelers during 29.9%, followed by China (19.0%), India (5.2%), Indonesia (4.4%) and Japan (3.5%).

New Model Airlines
New Model Airlines (NMAs), a sequence that includes Low Cost Carriers (LCCs), accounted for 28.3% of all passengers in 2016, adult from 27.1% of passengers in 2015. Network carriers comment for 69.5% of sum passengers while convenience carriers² contributed 2.2% to newcomer volumes.

Measured in income newcomer kilometers (RPK), NMAs accounted for 20% of tellurian traffic, reflecting a thoroughness of this zone on short-haul flying. By a same RPK measure, network carriers accounted for 77% of trade with convenience carriers comprising 3% of traffic.

Airline Alliances
Star Alliance confirmed a position as a largest airline fondness in 2016 with 38% of sum scheduled trade (in RPK), followed by SkyTeam (33%) and oneworld (29%).

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