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Japan Airlines passenger traffic in Australia remains unchanged in 2017

Compared with the previous year the variable remained the same, according to updated statistics announced by Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. For the 2nd consecutive year, the passenger traffic on airlines was 154 285 number of persons. Australia saw an increase of 112.77% in passenger traffic on airlines over the past 7 years. Moreover, it has had a growth at a 0.01% compound average annual growth rate during the five years with a modest overall rise since the 2011. It averaged 139 684.14 number of persons from 2011 to 2017 and it attained its all-time high of 155 982 number of persons in 2015 and record low of 72 514 number of persons in 2011.

Japan Airlines passenger traffic in Australia remains unchanged in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 154 285.00 =
2016 154 285.00 -1.09
2015 155 982.00 3.33
2014 150 958.00 2.3
2013 147 562.00 3.77
2012 142 203.00 96.1
2011 72 514.00 N/A

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