Articles Tagged ‘Mexican airport trends’
Mexico’s airlines such as AeroMexico, Interjet and Volaris helping airport traffic to grow by 10% in 2012
How close is Mexico to getting back to its peak traffic levels of 2008? Which airports grew fastest in 2011? Which airlines have the biggest share of the domestic market? What impact did swine flu and Mexicana’s collapse have on demand? And which airlines have started new international routes so far this year?
Cancun sees traffic grow 11% in 2010; US carriers (including Virgin America) adding more new routes in 2011
Mexico’s second busiest airport reported double-digit growth last year. How seasonal is its international traffic and when is its peak month? Which are the leading carriers on international routes and which are the leading destinations? Which European countries are served and what regional connections are there?
Mexicana’s demise has minimal impact on Mexican traffic; almost 30 new international routes starting this winter
Remember the panic when Mexicana collapsed in August? We look at what impact the airline’s demise has had on Mexican traffic and reveal which new international routes will be starting during the winter season.
Mexico’s domestic air travel market returned to ‘normal’ quite quickly after the swine flu outbreak in May. Which airlines have lost and gained market share since then? How long has it taken for international traffic to rebound?
Cancun has just opened a second parallel runway and remains the #1 tourist destination in Latin America. How has traffic developed during the last decade and which are the leading routes at the airport? Which are the leading carriers and which new routes have been added?
We reveal the latest traffic trends in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe (eight countries), India, Japan, Mexico, Russia and the USA. See which markets are showing signs of recovery and which are still struggling. We don’t think you’ll find this much useful aviation data in one place anywhere else on the web.
While Europe’s airports and airlines panic about a 10% reduction in demand spare a thought for their Mexican counterparts. Things weren’t looking great even before the swine flu outbreak, but which airport groups suffered most in May?
Mexico’s airports see domestic traffic fall 8.4% in 2008 Q4; Mexico City and Cancun both report annual growth
Mexico’s domestic traffic is falling after rapid growth, but by less than 10%. Which airlines are fighting for domestic supremacy and who is gaining on whom? Which were the top domestic routes in 2008 and what do figures from airport operators tell us about 2009?
Mexico’s airports see traffic fall 5.7% in 2008 Q3; Avolar and Alma cease operations; Cancun’s tourist appeal sees double-digit international growth
After a period of rapid growth Mexico’s airports (and airlines) are suffering in the current climate. Which airlines have grown their market share and what’s new in the international market?
Mexico’s domestic traffic was up 17% in Q1 but just 3% in Q2. Early indications are that it will be down in Q3. Which airlines are still gaining market share and which have recently been grounded? Which airline has opportunistically started 11 new routes from Mexico City?
Mexico’s domestic market was the world’s second fastest growing in 2007 (after India) but there are signs that growth is finally slowing. LCCs are continuing to gain market share at the expense of Aeromexico and Mexicana, but on which routes is traffic down in Q1 2008?
Domestic air traffic growth during the last quarter of 2007 fell to below 20% for the first time in over a year. LCCs continue to grow their market share, but which carrier grew the fastest in 2007? Which were the top 10 domestic routes last year and which of them saw traffic decline?