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Virgin Australia passenger traffic in Australia remains stable in 2017

Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development reported that compared to the previous year passenger traffic on airlines did not change. For the 2nd consecutive year, the passenger traffic on airlines was 2 491 323 number of persons. Australia saw a rise of 281.7% in passenger traffic on airlines over the past 9 years. In comparison to its average, the passenger traffic on airlines is now greater as the mean equals 2 078 143.11 number of persons and the indicator indicates a negligible overall increase since the start of time series. It attained its all-time high of 2 623 529 number of persons in 2015 and record low of 652 695 number of persons in 2009.

Virgin Australia passenger traffic in Australia remains stable in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 2 491 323.00 =
2016 2 491 323.00 -5.04
2015 2 623 529.00 5.17
2014 2 494 651.00 1.73
2013 2 452 292.00 11.75
2012 2 194 383.00 26.14
2011 1 739 618.00 11.27
2010 1 563 474.00 139.54
2009 652 695.00 N/A

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