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Silk Air passenger traffic in Australia grows in 2017

The indicator increased by 25.97% in 2017, according to refreshed data released by Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development. The variable rose from 80 021 number of persons to 100 805 number of persons, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it climbed by 68.72%. It attained its 6-year peak. The overall changes for the previous 6 years hit an increase of 1 738.5%. Moreover, it has had the average annual growth rate of 0.22% during the last five years with a modest overall raise since the 2012. It averaged 51 582.33 number of persons from 2012 to 2017 and it reached its minimum of 5 483 number of persons in 2012.

Silk Air passenger traffic in Australia grows in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 100 805.00 25.97
2016 80 021.00 68.72
2015 47 427.00 23.35
2014 38 449.00 3.06
2013 37 309.00 580.45
2012 5 483.00 N/A

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