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Outbound passengers of domestic airlines in Australia rises in 2017

According to updated statistics published by Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, passenger traffic on airlines grew barely by 1.44% in comparison with the same time an year ago. Passenger traffic on airlines slightly rose by 834 628 number of persons, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it increased by 2.25 percent. It attained its 32-year high. Australia saw a raise of 304.74% in passenger traffic on airlines over the past 32 years. Likewise, it has shown the CAGR of 0.01% during the 5 years with a modest overall growth since the start of observations. It averaged 34 867 173.47 number of persons from 1986 to 2017 and it hit its minimum of 11 861 644 number of persons in 1990.

Outbound passengers of domestic airlines in Australia rises in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 58 864 728.00 1.44
2016 58 030 100.00 2.25
2015 56 752 700.00 -0.56
2014 57 073 864.00 1.54
2013 56 209 212.00 3.72
2012 54 194 824.00 0.87
2011 53 729 688.00 5.82
2010 50 776 820.00 3.07
2009 49 264 168.00 1.73
2008 48 428 048.00 7.68

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