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Number of civil aviation routes in China goes up in 2017

China National Statistical Office published that compared to the previous year the indicator rose by 8.59%. It's new all-time peak since 1986 as aircraft fleet grew by 326, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it went up by 14.07 percent. The overall changes for the previous 32 years hit a raise of 1 330.56%. Furthermore, it has attained the compound annual growth rate of 0.07% over the 5 years with a modest overall growth since the start of observations. It averaged 1 439.75 from 1986 to 2017 and it reached its minimum of 288 in 1986.

Number of civil aviation routes in China goes up in 2017
Date Number Variation
2017 4 120.00 8.59
2016 3 794.00 14.07
2015 3 326.00 5.86
2014 3 142.00 9.25
2013 2 876.00 17.05
2012 2 457.00 7.29
2011 2 290.00 21.81
2010 1 880.00 18.09
2009 1 592.00 3.92
2008 1 532.00 1.73

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