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Passenger numbers taking a knock again during the month of November with numbers down -15.5% on November last year.
 

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CAA Stats for January

Passenger numbers for January were -12.2% down compared with the same month last year. Passenger numbers for the month of January were 439,915

The rolling year passenger numbers stand at 8,074,124 -7.1% down.

The decline for January is slightly worse than the national average at approx -8.1% reduction.
 

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Re: Passenger Figures Update

I've not added an update to this thread for some time.

Here's the CAA Stats for July

Passenger numbers for July were -12.8% down compared with the same month last year. Passenger numbers for the month of July were 818,366

The rolling year passenger numbers stand at 7,533,868 -11.4% down.

Another bad month for Glasgow International but fairing better than local rival Glasgow Prestwick which has seen a -25.7% reduction during July compared with last year.

Neighbouring Edinburgh airport performed better with a 5.7 increase on last year. This was largely because of the introduction of a new Ryanair base at the airport. The rolling year at Edinburgh is running at -1.8 down on last year.
 

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A total of 560,403 passengers passed through Glasgow International Airport during May -13.7% down on May last year. Rolling year passengers stand at 6,831,268, down -11.8%

Stats provided by the CAA.
 

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CAA Stats for July

Passenger numbers for July were -3.5% down compared with the same month last year. Passenger numbers for the month of July were 789,006.

The rolling year passenger numbers stand at 6,750,788 -10.4% down.

Another depressing month for Glasgow International Airport especially when neighbouring Edinburgh airport is performing so much better.
 

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CAA Stats for October

Passenger numbers for October were -7.3% down compared with the same month last year. Passenger numbers for the month of October were 662,369.

The rolling year passenger numbers stand at 6,590,222 -9.5% down.

Yet another depressing month for Glasgow International Airport with no real sign of an end to the downward trend. Hopefully the arrival of Jet2 next summer will ensure a gradual recovery.
 

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[textarea]Glasgow Airport reports passenger rise for second month

Passenger numbers rose by 3.9% compared with February last year Glasgow Airport has reported a rise in passenger numbers for February.

The number of people passing through the airport was up by 3.9% to 416,252, compared with the same period last year.

The increase saw a rise in domestic traffic of 2.5% with the number of international passengers up by 6.6%.

Glasgow Airport said the second consecutive monthly rise showed that after a difficult period, the airport had "entered a period of re-growth".

Airport managing director Amanda McMillan said: "The numbers suggest a renewed confidence among passengers and this is being reflected in the decisions made by a number of airlines.

"Like other UK airports, we endured a difficult 2010 but we have been working closely with our airline partners to enhance our route network and increase capacity, and I'm pleased to say this has yielded positive results."

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CAA Passenger Stats for April 2011

A total of 512,602 passengers passed through the airport during April, up 27.3% compared with last April.

Rolling year passengers stand at 6,691,058 down 3.3% year on year.

Neighbouring Edinburgh airport is outperforming Glasgow International with passenger figures at Glasgow significantly lower than 5 years ago.
 

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CAA Passenger Stats for May 2011

A total of 599,815 passengers used Glasgow International airport during May 2011, up 7.1% compared with May last year.

Rolling year passengers stand at 6,729,989, down -1.5% year on year.

Neighbouring Edinburgh airport is still outperforming Glasgow International with no real sign of a recovery. The introduction of new flights by Jet2 will start to help Glasgow International recover lost ground over the coming 12 months.
 

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CAA Passenger Stats for May 2012

A total of 658,514 passengers used Glasgow International airport during May 2012, up +9.9% compared with May last year.

Rolling year passengers stand at 6,987,374 , up +3.8% year on year.

It's some time since I last looked at the Glasgow passenger figures. May 2012 was a very good month for the airport which saw some good increases. Growth at neighbouring Edinburgh airport has been much slower during the same period so Glasgow International has made up some lost ground. It's hard to imagine the two airports were handling almost the same number of passengers five years ago.
 

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[textarea]Glasgow airport enjoys passenger boom as Scots seek late summer holidays


IT was one of three airports in Scotland to have recorded a rise in passenger numbers during the month of September.

INTERNATIONAL passenger numbers at Glasgow airport soared almost 10per cent last month as Scots sought some late summer sunshine.

Non-domestic traffic was up 9.7per cent on the same month last year, with holidaymakers journeying to Malaga and Alicante as well as more far-flung destinations such as Dubai and Toronto.

Almost 740,000 people travelled through Glasgow airport in September, an overall increase of 5.6per cent, operators BAA said.

Traffic through Aberdeen airport increased by 1.4per cent to just over 302,000 people

Read more: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/busin ... om-1372858[/textarea]
 

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As Edinburgh Airport (EDI) appears to be on a roll in recent times I thought I'd have a look at its passenger throughput performance relative to Glasgow Airport (GLA).

Looking at the CAA stats for each year since 1996 the pattern shows clearly that GLA was once the busier of these two airports. Here are the annual totals for both in millions of passengers per annum (mppa) with the GLA figures shown first against each year.

1996 5.47 3.81

1997 6.01 4.16

1998 6.48 4.52

1999 6.75 5.08

2000 6.92 5.49

2001 7.24 6.04

2002 7.70 6.91

2003 8.11 7.47

2004 8.56 7.99

2005 8.77 8.45

2006 8.82 8.61

2007 8.73 9.04

2008 8.23 8.99

2009 7.21 9.04

2010 6.52 8.59

2011 6.86 9.38

2012 7.15 9.19

2013 7.36 9.77

2014 7.50 10.02
(12 mths to June)
 

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Caa Passenger Figures for Glasgow airport during February 2015

A total if 510,779 passed through Glasgow Airport during February, up +13.9% over the same month last year.

Rolling year passenger totals stand at 7,821,113 up +5.6%

It's sometime since I last looked at the Glasgow passenger stats. The airport is recovering well from a few years of decline. I had some way to go though if it is to catch up with neighbouring Edinburgh airport.
 

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Passengers this month = 659,487 (+8.8)
Rolling year = 8,899,302 (+12.7)
Aircraft movements = 6,669 (+9.7)
Rolling year = 81,798 (+8.1)

At this rate passenger numbers should comfortably breach 9 million by the end of the year.
 

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GLA handled 9.4 million passengers if Golden Anniversary Year

Glasgow Airport’s 50th anniversary was signed off in style after 9.4 million passengers travelled through our doors in 2016, representing a 7.5% annual increase on the previous year.

International and domestic traffic over the year increased by 9.2% and 5.5% respectively, thanks to the introduction of 25 new routes and services in 2016.

Full press release at: http://www.glasgowairport.com/corpo...rd-94-million-during-golden-anniversary-year/

GLA ought to be through 10 mppa in 2017 all things being equal.
 

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CAA Stats August 2017.
1,008,868 passengers passed through the airport up 7% on 2016. The rolling year was 9,804,273 up 7.2% on 2016.
 
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