In his half year CEO update, Dubai Airports (DXB) CEO Paul Griffiths claimed DXB had retained its position as the world’s number one international airport for the fourth consecutive year in 2017 with annual traffic exceeding 88.2 million passengers. The airport connects 240 destinations around the world through 75 international airlines and is expected to serve 90.2 million passengers in 2018.
As is customary, capacity mirrors the results of traffic and DXB sits a top the list of as the world’s number one international airport. Let’s take a look at the remaining top 10.
Top 10 International Airports by seats w/c 17-Sep-2018
A variety of analytical data tools for managing and interpreting industry trends is available to CAPA Members. Tools include:
- Route Capacity Analyser – look up future and historic seat capacity per airline on any non-stop route worldwide;
- Rankings – create listings of the largest to smallest airlines/airport/routes by capacity;
- Traffic Benchmarking – compare airline/airports in terms of their monthly and annual traffic results;
- Fleet Analytics – look into future deliveries by airline/country/region, look up in-service and on-order aircraft by manufacturer/ aircraft type;
- LCCs – displays LCC capacity share growth over the past 10 years by country/ region;
- Codesharing – find the codeshare agreements for all airlines operating to a specific country/airport.
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