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24-Aug-2009 10:50 AM

Australian domestic traffic down 2.3% in Jun-2009

Australian Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics stated (21-Aug-2009) Australian domestic airlines reported a 2.3% year-on-year decline in passenger numbers to 3.9 million passengers in Jun-2009, the fourth month of decline this year. Details include:

  • Jun-2009:
    • Passenger numbers: 3.9 million, -2.3% year-on-year;
    • Passenger load factor: 76.0%, +1.6 ppt;
    • Top ten domestic city pairs:
      • Melbourne-Sydney: 510,000, -6.2%;
      • Brisbane-Sydney: 326,100, -1.3%;
      • Brisbane-Melbourne: 205,800, +2.8%;
      • Adelaide-Melbourne: 164,300, +1.1%;
      • Gold Coast-Sydney: 152,000, -5.1%;
      • Melbourne-Perth: 128,700, -6.4%;
      • Gold Coats-Melbourne: 118,400, -11.5%;
      • Adelaide-Sydney: 112,900, -2.1%;
      • Perth-Sydney: 101,800, -2.1%;
      • Brisbane-Cairns: 96,600, -6.9%;
  • 12 months ended 30-Jun-2009:
    • Passenger numbers: 50.2 million, +2.0%;
    • Passenger load factor: 78.6%, -0.4 ppt;
    • Top ten domestic city pairs:
      • Melbourne-Sydney: 6.8 million, -2.5%;
      • Brisbane-Sydney: 4.3 million, +0.4%;
      • Brisbane-Melbourne: 2.7 million, stable;
      • Adelaide-Melbourne: 2.2 million, +9.8%;
      • Gold Coast-Sydney: 2.1 million, -2.0%;
      • Melbourne-Perth: 1.7 million, +0.7%;
      • Gold Coast-Melbourne: 1.6 million, +2.7%;
      • Adelaide-Sydney: 1.6 million, -1.6%;
      • Perth-Sydney: 1.4 million, +3.0%;
      • Hobart-Melbourne: 1.2 million, +11.6%. [more]

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