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Domestic airlines passengers in Australia: Rise in 2017

Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development reported that the indicator slightly grew by 1.44% in comparison with the prior year. It's new all-time maximum since 1986 as passenger traffic on airlines rose hardly by 1 669 256 number of persons, as it follows the tendency of the previous year when it increased by 2.25%. Australia saw an increase of 304.74% in passenger traffic on airlines during the last 32 years. Likewise, it has shown a 0.01% compound annual growth rate during the five years with a marginal overall raise since the start of observations. It averaged 69 734 344.56 number of persons from 1986 to 2017 and it attained its minimum of 23 723 164 number of persons in 1990.

Domestic airlines passengers in Australia: Rise in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 117 729 456.00 1.44
2016 116 060 200.00 2.25
2015 113 505 400.00 -0.56
2014 114 147 728.00 1.54
2013 112 418 424.00 3.72
2012 108 389 648.00 0.87
2011 107 459 376.00 5.82
2010 101 553 640.00 3.07
2009 98 528 336.00 1.73
2008 96 856 096.00 7.68

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    Number of passenger-kilometres available by full-service airlines, usually measured in billions. A passenger-kilometre is performed when a passenger is carried one kilometre. It is an indicator of airline capacity. Based on: Eurocontrol.

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