Australia’s major airports post encouraging results – but Melbourne takes the cake
The geographic and demographic realities of Australia dictate that the majority of the country’s aviation activity is concentrated on the three major centres: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. The domestic route network between them has also experienced strong growth. But among these major gateways, some are certainly growing faster than others. [1478 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Sydney: monthly records
- Melbourne: outperforming peers
- Brisbane: domestic traffic drives growth
- The 'J-curve': Australia’s densest routes
Graphs and data:
- Sydney Airport 2010 passenger traffic and growth
- Melbourne Airport 2010 passenger traffic and growth
- Brisbane Airport 2010 passenger traffic and growth
- Domestic trunk routes pax traffic (in millions), year end Nov-09 and Nov-2010 pax traffic (in millions)
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