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Johannesburg Airport reports healthy traffic gains in March

Analysis

As the major international and domestic gateway in South Africa, Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport has experienced a surge in activity over the past 12 months, as the CAPA Online Airport Traffic Database shows.

Summary
  • Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport has experienced a 5.5% increase in aircraft movements in March 2011, marking a strong year of growth.
  • Total passenger numbers at the airport rose by 8.1% in March 2011, with the international segment being a significant contributor to this growth.
  • The domestic market at Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport expanded by 5.3% in March 2011.
  • The airport serves as a major international and domestic gateway in South Africa.
  • The airport's growth over the past 12 months indicates its increasing importance in the aviation industry.
  • More data and traffic graphs for Johannesburg Airport can be found on the CAPA website.

Overall aircraft movements increased by 5.5% in Mar 2011, capping a strong 12 months of growth.

Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport Aircraft Movements (2009 to 2011)

Total passenger numbers rose 8.1% in Mar 2011 to 1,665,879. The international segment has been a strong contributor to the airport's growth over the past 12 months.

Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport Passenger Numbers (2009 to 2011)

The domestic market expanded by 5.3% in Mar-2011 to 893,169.

Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport Passenger Numbers (Domestic) (2009 to 2011)

Click here for more data on Johannesburg Airport. CAPA Members can generate traffic graphs for Johannesburg and well over 100 airports worldwide on the Traffic tabs on our Airport Profiles.

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