Articles Tagged ‘Spanish airport stats’

Air travel demand in Spain up 2.7% in 2010 despite winter strikes; Iberia still bigger than Ryanair with Vueling third

Air travel demand in Spain up 2.7% in 2010 despite winter strikes; Iberia still bigger than Ryanair with Vueling third

Despite difficult economic conditions many of Spain’s airports reported passenger growth in 2010. Which grew fastest and which saw the biggest traffic declines? Which are the top 10 airlines in the Spanish market and how fast are they growing?

Ryanair adds seven new summer destinations from Reus base (near Barcelona) but cuts winter capacity by 40%

Ryanair adds seven new summer destinations from Reus base (near Barcelona) but cuts winter capacity by 40%

Ryanair’s other Barcelona base (after Girona) has seen dramatic growth at the expense of load factors in 2009. Winter capacity has been cut dramatically to raise load factors but which new destinations will be added this summer?

Aena airport traffic down just 3% in October; Ryanair up 44%, Iberia down 10%

nl201109-trend-aena-100.jpgSpanish airports appear to be edging closer to regular growth. Which airports are already doing better than last year and which airlines have grown (and shrunk) in the Spanish market?


AENA airport traffic down just 5% in Q3; Madrid reports growth in September

Market TrendsWhat’s been happening at Spanish airports during the last six month? Which airports grew during the third quarter and which (if any) have reported growth across all of 2009? And how has HSR impacted MAD-BCN traffic?

Spanish airports suffer as UK and domestic markets struggle; but Ryanair and US traffic still growing

Article Thumbnail: Lead StorySpain’s airports and airlines have seen significant declines in traffic since the middle of last year. We analyse the decline by airport, country market and airline to see what variations exist.

Spanish airport traffic down 18.2% in Q1 2009; only Reus and Santander report growth

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsSpain’s troubled economy has severely impacted air travel demand this year. Which of the major airports have suffered most and which are performing best? One year on from the start of HSR services between Madrid and Barcelona what has happened to air traffic on the route?


Spanish airport traffic down 5% in Q3 2008;
MAD-BCN air traffic down 35% due to HSR

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsSpain’s airports saw traffic fall significantly during the third quarter. Which airports have suffered most and which still managed to report growth? What impact is the high-speed rail link between Spain’s two biggest cities having on air travel demand?

Spanish airports hit turbulence in second quarter of 2008; High-Speed Rail taking 30% of MAD-BCN market

Market Trends: SpainIt was a worrying second quarter for Spain’s airports as traffic fell in both April and June. Even Girona’s growth fell to below 20%! Year-to-date traffic growth is now under 3% not helped by the impact of high-speed rail services on Europe’s busiest air route.

Spain: Girona leads the way with 40% growth in 2008

Spain: Girona leads the way with 40% growth in 2008Spain’s airports continue to enjoy impressive growth even in 2008 with traffic up almost 8% in the first quarter. Girona leads the way while Ryanair’s new bases in Alicante and Valencia are also witnessing impressive growth. And which smaller airports have reported growth of more than 20%?


Spain: Will air traffic growth slow in 2008?

Spain: Will air traffic growth slow in 2008?With more airports in Europe handling over one million passengers per annum than any other country, Spain could soon overtake the UK as the busiest country in Europe for air travel. Which carriers are growing fastest in this vibrant market? Which airports have been growing at more than 20% per annum? And how is Iberia responding to growing LCC pressure?

Spain’s airports pass 200 million passengers

Spain’s airports pass 200 million passengersSpain’s airports handled more than 200 mllion passengers for the first time in 2007 and passenger numbers were up nearly nine percent. Which airports were at the forefront of this impressive growth and which were left lagging behind? And which LCCs contributed most to this growth?

Ryanair’s Girona base heads for Top 10 status

Ryanair’s Girona base heads for Top 10 statusIs Girona still the fastest growing airport among Spain’s major airports? How many airports are achieving double-digit growth? Which airport has carried more passengers in nine months this year than all of last year? Which airports are actually down on traffic? Are Madrid and Barcelona still surging ahead with double-digit growth?