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Asiana Airlines passenger traffic in Australia falls in 2017

Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development reported that the indicator negligibly went down by 2.61 percent compared to the prior year. The variable decreased barely from 157 293 number of persons in 2016 to 153 186 number of persons previous year, contrarily to the prior year when it rose by 3.22 percent. Australia saw a growth of 94.29% in passenger traffic on airlines during the last 9 years. Though, it has had a diminution at a 0.02 percent compound annual growth rate over the last five years with a marginal overall rise since the start of time series. It averaged 151 698.78 number of persons from 2009 to 2017 and it hit its all-time high of 176 646 number of persons in 2010 and record low of 78 842 number of persons in 2009.

Asiana Airlines passenger traffic in Australia falls in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 153 186.00 -2.61
2016 157 293.00 3.22
2015 152 380.00 -3.71
2014 158 257.00 -7.41
2013 170 931.00 10.16
2012 155 165.00 -4.57
2011 162 589.00 -7.96
2010 176 646.00 124.05
2009 78 842.00 N/A

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