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South African Airways passenger traffic in Australia: Stagnation in 2017

According to new statistics published by Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development, passenger traffic on airlines remained stable in comparison to the prior year. The passenger traffic on airlines hasn't changed at 145 214 number of persons, for the 2nd consecutive year. Australia saw a growth of 154.03% in passenger traffic on airlines over the past 9 years. Besides, it has shown a raise at a 0.02 percent compound annual growth rate over the last 5 years with a negligible overall rise since the 2009. It averaged 125 090.78 number of persons from 2009 to 2017 and it hit its minimum of 57 165 number of persons in 2009.

South African Airways passenger traffic in Australia: Stagnation in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 145 214.00 =
2016 145 214.00 0.02
2015 145 189.00 6.99
2014 135 699.00 4.84
2013 129 437.00 4.71
2012 123 617.00 2.04
2011 121 151.00 -1.61
2010 123 131.00 115.4
2009 57 165.00 N/A

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