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Jetstar Asia passenger traffic in Australia goes up in 2017

Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development announced that passenger traffic on airlines climbed by 13.68% in 2017. The indicator went up from 3 440 117 number of persons to 3 910 624 number of persons, as it follows the tendency of the prior year when it grew by 13.85%. It demonstrates the all-time maximum since 2009. The overall changes for the previous 9 years attained a raise of 352.06%. Moreover, it has shown a 0.1 percent average annual growth rate during the last five years with a marginal overall growth since the start of time series. It averaged 2 532 480 number of persons from 2009 to 2017 and it reached its minimum of 865 068 number of persons in 2009.

Jetstar Asia passenger traffic in Australia goes up in 2017
Date Number of Persons Variation
2017 3 910 624.00 13.68
2016 3 440 117.00 13.85
2015 3 021 494.00 20.9
2014 2 499 079.00 2.11
2013 2 447 496.00 4.63
2012 2 339 162.00 6.09
2011 2 204 924.00 6.81
2010 2 064 356.00 138.64
2009 865 068.00 N/A

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