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ContentsCONTENTSHighlights ................................................................................................................... 1Total network .............................................................................................................. 2Top competitive routes .............................................................................................. 4Top ten airports – passenger movements .............................................................. 10Top five airports – cargo movements ..................................................................... 11Top ten routes .......................................................................................................... 121. Melbourne – Sydney ................................................................................ 122. Brisbane – Sydney ................................................................................... 133. Brisbane – Melbourne ............................................................................... 144. Adelaide – Melbourne ............................................................................... 155. Gold Coast – Sydney ................................................................................ 166. Melbourne – Perth .................................................................................... 177. Perth – Sydney ......................................................................................... 188. Adelaide – Sydney .................................................................................... 199. Gold Coast – Melbourne ........................................................................... 2010. Canberra – Sydney ................................................................................... 21Definitions ................................................................................................................ 23v


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HighlightsHIGHLIGHTSThere were 4.53 million passengers carried on Australian domestic airlines (includingregional operations) in May 2012, an increase of 1.6 per cent on May 2011. The number ofpassengers carried in the year ending May 2012 was 54.73 million, a decrease of 0.2 percent on the year ending May 2011. Passenger numbers continue to be affected by theremoval and then slow build up of services by Tiger Airways since its grounding in July2011.Revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs) performed were 5.25 billion for the month, up 1.7 percent compared with May 2011. Capacity, measured by available seat kilometres (ASKs),increased 1.9 per cent compared with May 2011 to a total of 6.88 billion.With capacity increasing at a faster rate than passenger traffic, the industry wide load factor(RPKs/ASKs) decreased from 76.4 per cent in May 2011 to 76.3 per cent in May 2012. Seatutilisation on individual routes decreased on 24 of the 54 routes for which data is available inboth years.The number of aircraft trips increased 1.6 per cent, from 51 981 in May 2011 to 52 797 inMay 2012.For the month of May 2012, Melbourne – Sydney remained Australia’s busiest route with650 671 passengers, an increase of 0.9 per cent compared with May 2011. It was followedby Brisbane – Sydney with 348 948 passengers (down 4.0 per cent) and Brisbane –Melbourne with 252 292 passengers (up 0.2 per cent).The greatest percentage increase in passenger numbers, compared to May 2011, was onthe Newman – Perth route (up 54.6 per cent). There were large increases on a number ofother routes, including Perth – Port Hedland (up 49.1 per cent), Brisbane – Gladstone (up39.5 per cent), Karratha – Perth (up 17.9 per cent) and Brisbane – Mackay (up 15.8 percent).Routes with traffic decreases in May 2012 compared with May 2011, includedMelbourne – Sunshine Coast (down 30.6 per cent), Adelaide – Melbourne (down 11.0 percent) and Darwin – Melbourne (down 9.3 per cent).In May 2012, Sydney remained Australia’s busiest domestic airport with 1.98 millionpassengers movements, followed by Melbourne with 1.76 million passenger movements andBrisbane with 1.35 million passenger movements.Total cargo movements at Australian domestic airports were 40.5 thousand tonnes in May2012, a decrease of 6.6 per cent compared to May 2011. For the month of May 2012,Sydney was the busiest airport in terms of cargo movements (10.6 thousand tonnes, down9.5 per cent compared to May 2011), followed by Melbourne (10.5 thousand tonnes, down4.8 per cent) and Brisbane (6.5 thousand tonnes, down 8.2 per cent).1


ASKs/RPKs (billions)Load factor (%)Total passengers carried (millions)BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTOTAL NETWORKSummary of annual activityYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangeTotal passengers carried (millions) 54.81 54.73 -0.2Revenue passenger kilometres (billions) 63.10 63.98 1.4Available seats (millions) 70.79 70.76 0.0Available seat kilometres (billions) 80.31 81.21 1.1Load factor % 78.6 78.8 0.2 *Aircraft trips (000s) 611.7 613.6 0.3* percentage point difference55Domestic passenger traffic(moving annual totals)5350graph needed here4845May-07Sep-07Jan-08May-08Sep-08Jan-09May-09Sep-09Jan-10May-10Sep-10Jan-11May-11Sep-11Jan-12May-12Year endingNetwork utilisation(moving annual totals)8595759085658055Available seats kilometres (ASKs)Revenue passenger kilometres (RPKs)Load factor ( % )757045May-07Sep-07Jan-08May-08Sep-08Jan-09May-09Sep-09Jan-10May-10Sep-10Jan-11May-11Sep-11Jan-12May-1265Year ending2


ASKs/RPKs (billions)Load factor (%)Total passengers carried (millions)Total networkSummary of monthly activityMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangeTotal passengers carried (millions) 4.46 4.53 1.6Revenue passenger kilometres (billions) 5.16 5.25 1.7Available seats (millions) 5.95 6.06 1.9Available seat kilometres (billions) 6.75 6.88 1.9Load factor % 76.4 76.3 -0.1 *Aircraft trips (000s) 52.0 52.8 1.6* percentage point difference5.5Domestic passenger traffic(passenger traffic - monthly)5.04.5graph needed here4.03.53.0May-07Sep-07Jan-08May-08Sep-08Jan-09May-09Sep-09Jan-10May-10Sep-10Jan-11May-11Sep-11Jan-12May-12MonthNetwork utilisation8.07.095906.05.08580754.0Available seats kilometresRevenue passenger kilometres703.0May-07Sep-07Jan-08May-08Sep-08Jan-09May-09Sep- Jan-09 10MonthMay-10Sep-10Jan-11Load factor ( % )May-11Sep-11Jan-12May-12653


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTOP COMPETITIVE ROUTESTable 1: Passengers carried (000s) — annual activityCity-Pair YE May 2011 YE May 2012 % Change1 Melbourne - Sydney 7 937.6 7 698.8 -3.02 Brisbane - Sydney 4 431.9 4 366.5 -1.53 Brisbane - Melbourne 3 107.4 3 148.5 1.34 Gold Coast - Sydney 2 349.8 2 242.6 -4.65 Adelaide - Melbourne 2 354.6 2 071.0 -12.06 Melbourne - Perth 1 827.0 1 898.1 3.97 Perth - Sydney 1 671.3 1 774.4 6.28 Adelaide - Sydney 1 788.2 1 701.7 -4.89 Gold Coast - Melbourne 1 785.9 1 684.0 -5.710 Brisbane - Cairns 1 148.5 1 138.2 -0.911 Hobart - Melbourne 1 247.5 1 126.9 -9.712 Canberra - Sydney 1 092.6 1 056.8 -3.313 Canberra - Melbourne 1 114.0 1 029.4 -7.614 Brisbane - Townsville 955.7 991.9 3.815 Brisbane - Mackay 847.2 958.8 13.216 Cairns - Sydney 891.4 917.8 3.017 Brisbane - Perth 788.8 911.3 15.518 Launceston - Melbourne 828.6 791.2 -4.519 Karratha - Perth 609.7 696.1 14.220 Adelaide - Brisbane 715.2 688.2 -3.821 Brisbane - Rockhampton 605.1 655.7 8.422 Brisbane - Canberra 602.9 635.6 5.423 Brisbane - Newcastle 574.5 596.9 3.924 Adelaide - Perth 599.5 595.9 -0.625 Cairns - Melbourne 490.6 502.5 2.426 Hobart - Sydney 510.3 460.8 -9.727 Sunshine Coast - Sydney 489.1 456.6 -6.628 Perth - Port Hedland 338.0 429.4 27.129 Melbourne - Newcastle 406.3 426.3 4.930 Brisbane - Darwin 365.5 370.3 1.331 Melbourne - Sunshine Coast 423.7 340.1 -19.732 Coffs Harbour - Sydney 309.2 312.2 1.033 Broome - Perth 323.0 311.2 -3.634 Darwin - Melbourne 302.6 290.7 -3.935 Newman - Perth 215.1 290.7 35.136 Ballina - Sydney 270.6 265.0 -2.137 Albury - Sydney 245.9 245.2 -0.338 Kalgoorlie - Perth 235.8 241.0 2.239 Launceston - Sydney 223.1 219.8 -1.440 Brisbane - Proserpine 206.3 213.0 3.241 Port Macquarie - Sydney 214.2 201.2 -6.142 Melbourne - Mildura 200.4 195.0 -2.743 Adelaide - Port Lincoln 200.5 193.0 -3.744 Hamilton Island - Sydney 181.5 188.9 4.145 Cairns - Townsville 185.6 188.7 1.7(continued)4


Top competitive routesTable 1: (continued) Passengers carried (000s) — annual activityCity-Pair YE May 2011 YE May 2012 % Change46 Adelaide - Gold Coast 222.1 183.4 -17.547 Sydney - Townsville 177.0 183.2 3.548 Adelaide - Canberra 187.9 182.6 -2.849 Sydney - Wagga Wagga 186.6 179.5 -3.850 Dubbo - Sydney 182.4 173.8 -4.751 Brisbane - Hamilton Island 171.2 163.6 -4.452 Darwin - Perth 146.7 161.5 10.153 Brisbane - Gladstone 23.9 154.2 NA (a)54 Ayers Rock - Sydney 111.2 151.7 NA (b)55 Geraldton - Perth .. 68.3 NA (c)56 Brisbane - Emerald .. 45.9 NA (d)57 Darwin - Sydney .. 29.9 NA (e)Total domestic network 54 810.2 54 727.5 -0.2(a) Brisbane - Gladstone route included from May 2011, prior data not shown.(b) Ayers Rock - Sydney route included from September 2010, prior data not shown.(c) Geraldton - Perth route included from December 2011, prior data not shown.(d) Brisbane - Emerald route included from February 2012, prior data not shown.(e) Darwin - Sydney route included from May 2012, prior data not shown.5


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTable 2: Passengers carried (000s) — monthly activityCity-Pair May 2011 May 2012 % Change1 Melbourne - Sydney 644.6 650.7 0.92 Brisbane - Sydney 363.4 348.9 -4.03 Brisbane - Melbourne 251.7 252.3 0.24 Adelaide - Melbourne 195.9 174.4 -11.05 Gold Coast - Sydney 171.8 169.5 -1.46 Melbourne - Perth 157.0 162.9 3.87 Perth - Sydney 136.9 144.6 5.68 Adelaide - Sydney 142.8 141.4 -0.99 Gold Coast - Melbourne 118.8 123.0 3.510 Canberra - Sydney 99.3 98.5 -0.811 Brisbane - Cairns 87.3 93.5 7.112 Hobart - Melbourne 94.6 91.5 -3.313 Canberra - Melbourne 93.7 89.4 -4.614 Brisbane - Townsville 83.9 85.5 1.915 Brisbane - Mackay 72.2 83.6 15.816 Brisbane - Perth 70.0 73.0 4.317 Cairns - Sydney 63.4 66.2 4.418 Karratha - Perth 56.0 65.9 17.919 Launceston - Melbourne 62.9 65.4 3.920 Adelaide - Brisbane 56.5 57.8 2.321 Brisbane - Rockhampton 54.0 57.6 6.722 Adelaide - Perth 48.9 50.4 3.223 Brisbane - Newcastle 47.2 49.2 4.124 Brisbane - Canberra 47.1 49.0 4.225 Perth - Port Hedland 30.8 45.9 49.126 Cairns - Melbourne 41.9 42.7 1.927 Sunshine Coast - Sydney 36.6 35.0 -4.328 Melbourne - Newcastle 34.9 35.0 0.029 Hobart - Sydney 33.5 33.4 -0.330 Brisbane - Gladstone 23.9 33.4 39.531 Brisbane - Darwin 33.1 32.8 -1.032 Newman - Perth 21.0 32.4 54.633 Broome - Perth 30.2 30.3 0.234 Darwin - Sydney .. 29.9 NA (a)35 Coffs Harbour - Sydney 24.9 25.3 1.536 Brisbane - Emerald .. 23.9 NA (b)37 Darwin - Melbourne 24.7 22.5 -9.338 Melbourne - Sunshine Coast 32.2 22.4 -30.639 Kalgoorlie - Perth 21.2 20.9 -1.640 Albury - Sydney 19.5 20.3 4.141 Ballina - Sydney 18.8 19.8 5.142 Brisbane - Proserpine 16.2 17.8 9.843 Melbourne - Mildura 16.9 17.7 4.544 Port Macquarie - Sydney 17.7 17.5 -1.245 Sydney - Wagga Wagga 16.0 15.9 -0.646 Cairns - Townsville 16.0 15.7 -1.547 Sydney - Townsville 14.8 15.7 6.548 Dubbo - Sydney 15.6 15.7 0.749 Adelaide - Port Lincoln 15.9 15.4 -3.250 Adelaide - Canberra 15.3 14.7 -3.851 Launceston - Sydney 15.6 14.6 -6.352 Adelaide - Gold Coast 14.5 14.2 -2.353 Hamilton Island - Sydney 12.5 14.1 13.254 Darwin - Perth 13.2 14.0 6.355 Geraldton - Perth .. 13.3 NA (c)56 Ayers Rock - Sydney 10.4 11.1 6.757 Brisbane - Hamilton Island 10.9 10.2 -6.5Total domestic network 4 463.5 4 534.3 1.6(a) Darwin - Sydney route included from May 2012, prior data not shown.(b) Brisbane - Emerald route included from February 2012, prior data not shown.(c) Geraldton - Perth route included from December 2011, prior data not shown.6


Top competitive routesTable 3: Available seats (000s) — monthly activityCity-Pair May 2011 May 2012 % Change1 Melbourne - Sydney 811.3 839.9 3.52 Brisbane - Sydney 473.0 427.7 -9.63 Brisbane - Melbourne 321.1 317.0 -1.34 Adelaide - Melbourne 241.9 208.1 -14.05 Gold Coast - Sydney 221.8 210.2 -5.36 Melbourne - Perth 200.3 213.6 6.67 Perth - Sydney 172.3 186.5 8.38 Adelaide - Sydney 179.1 182.0 1.69 Gold Coast - Melbourne 148.9 156.3 4.910 Canberra - Sydney 145.9 141.5 -3.011 Brisbane - Cairns 105.6 123.3 16.812 Hobart - Melbourne 108.1 114.5 5.813 Canberra - Melbourne 135.6 130.3 -3.914 Brisbane - Townsville 104.2 108.2 3.915 Brisbane - Mackay 86.7 106.6 23.016 Brisbane - Perth 87.4 87.9 0.617 Cairns - Sydney 86.5 90.8 5.018 Karratha - Perth 84.2 107.5 27.619 Launceston - Melbourne 77.3 84.7 9.620 Adelaide - Brisbane 68.1 71.3 4.721 Brisbane - Rockhampton 70.5 79.6 12.922 Adelaide - Perth 59.9 58.6 -2.223 Brisbane - Newcastle 55.3 56.2 1.624 Brisbane - Canberra 65.1 69.9 7.325 Perth - Port Hedland 50.5 67.4 33.526 Cairns - Melbourne 54.0 56.7 4.827 Sunshine Coast - Sydney 51.3 44.3 -13.828 Melbourne - Newcastle 45.8 44.6 -2.729 Hobart - Sydney 40.4 42.1 4.230 Brisbane - Gladstone 45.9 49.6 8.131 Brisbane - Darwin 38.1 37.4 -1.732 Newman - Perth 36.4 49.7 36.533 Broome - Perth 40.4 42.1 4.234 Darwin - Sydney .. 37.9 NA (a)35 Coffs Harbour - Sydney 34.1 34.1 0.136 Brisbane - Emerald .. 35.8 NA (b)37 Darwin - Melbourne 31.8 28.4 -10.838 Melbourne - Sunshine Coast 38.9 25.5 -34.439 Kalgoorlie - Perth 32.9 28.2 -14.240 Albury - Sydney 31.4 32.1 2.241 Ballina - Sydney 27.0 25.6 -5.042 Brisbane - Proserpine 19.8 22.8 15.443 Melbourne - Mildura 24.7 25.3 2.644 Port Macquarie - Sydney 26.2 24.8 -5.345 Sydney - Wagga Wagga 25.7 24.6 -4.346 Cairns - Townsville 26.7 26.1 -2.147 Sydney - Townsville 18.0 18.0 0.148 Dubbo - Sydney 23.2 22.8 -1.649 Adelaide - Port Lincoln 29.4 28.3 -3.850 Adelaide - Canberra 20.6 21.2 2.951 Launceston - Sydney 19.7 21.0 6.652 Adelaide - Gold Coast 17.7 17.6 -0.553 Hamilton Island - Sydney 19.6 21.9 11.754 Darwin - Perth 20.2 19.2 -4.655 Geraldton - Perth .. 20.3 NA (c)56 Ayers Rock - Sydney 17.4 17.1 -1.357 Brisbane - Hamilton Island 16.4 15.7 -4.3Total domestic network 5 947.9 6 059.3 1.9(a) Darwin - Sydney route included from May 2012, prior data not shown.(b) Brisbane - Emerald route included from February 2012, prior data not shown.(c) Geraldton - Perth route included from December 2011, prior data not shown.7


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTable 4: Load factors (%) — monthly activityCity-Pair May 2011 May 2012 % Point diff1 Melbourne - Sydney 79.4 77.5 -1.92 Brisbane - Sydney 76.8 81.6 4.83 Brisbane - Melbourne 78.4 79.6 1.24 Adelaide - Melbourne 81.0 83.8 2.85 Gold Coast - Sydney 77.5 80.7 3.26 Melbourne - Perth 78.4 76.3 -2.17 Perth - Sydney 79.5 77.5 -2.08 Adelaide - Sydney 79.7 77.7 -2.09 Gold Coast - Melbourne 79.7 78.7 -1.010 Canberra - Sydney 68.0 69.6 1.611 Brisbane - Cairns 82.7 75.8 -6.912 Hobart - Melbourne 87.5 79.9 -7.613 Canberra - Melbourne 69.1 68.6 -0.514 Brisbane - Townsville 80.5 79.0 -1.515 Brisbane - Mackay 83.3 78.4 -4.916 Brisbane - Perth 80.1 83.1 3.017 Cairns - Sydney 73.2 72.8 -0.418 Karratha - Perth 66.4 61.4 -5.019 Launceston - Melbourne 81.4 77.1 -4.320 Adelaide - Brisbane 82.9 81.1 -1.821 Brisbane - Rockhampton 76.6 72.4 -4.222 Adelaide - Perth 81.6 86.1 4.523 Brisbane - Newcastle 85.4 87.6 2.224 Brisbane - Canberra 72.3 70.1 -2.225 Perth - Port Hedland 61.0 68.1 7.126 Cairns - Melbourne 77.5 75.4 -2.127 Sunshine Coast - Sydney 71.3 79.1 7.828 Melbourne - Newcastle 76.3 78.4 2.129 Hobart - Sydney 82.9 79.3 -3.630 Brisbane - Gladstone 52.2 67.3 15.131 Brisbane - Darwin 87.0 87.7 0.732 Newman - Perth 57.6 65.2 7.633 Broome - Perth 74.9 72.0 -2.934 Darwin - Sydney .. 79.0 NA (a)35 Coffs Harbour - Sydney 73.1 74.1 1.036 Brisbane - Emerald .. 67.0 NA (b)37 Darwin - Melbourne 77.8 79.1 1.338 Melbourne - Sunshine Coast 82.9 87.7 4.839 Kalgoorlie - Perth 64.6 74.1 9.540 Albury - Sydney 62.2 63.3 1.141 Ballina - Sydney 69.7 77.1 7.442 Brisbane - Proserpine 82.0 78.0 -4.043 Melbourne - Mildura 68.5 69.8 1.344 Port Macquarie - Sydney 67.7 70.6 2.945 Sydney - Wagga Wagga 62.4 64.8 2.446 Cairns - Townsville 59.9 60.3 0.447 Sydney - Townsville 82.0 87.2 5.248 Dubbo - Sydney 67.3 68.9 1.649 Adelaide - Port Lincoln 54.2 54.5 0.350 Adelaide - Canberra 74.3 69.5 -4.851 Launceston - Sydney 79.2 69.6 -9.652 Adelaide - Gold Coast 82.1 80.6 -1.553 Hamilton Island - Sydney 63.7 64.6 0.954 Darwin - Perth 65.2 72.7 7.555 Geraldton - Perth .. 65.7 NA (c)56 Ayers Rock - Sydney 60.0 64.8 4.857 Brisbane - Hamilton Island 66.7 65.2 -1.5Total domestic network 76.4 76.3 -0.1(a) Darwin - Sydney route included from May 2012, prior data not shown.(b) Brisbane - Emerald route included from February 2012, prior data not shown.(c) Geraldton - Perth route included from December 2011, prior data not shown.8


Top competitive routesTable 5: Aircraft movements — monthly activityCity-Pair May 2011 May 2012 % Change1 Melbourne - Sydney 4 207 4 451 5.82 Brisbane - Sydney 2 566 2 420 -5.73 Brisbane - Melbourne 1 917 1 843 -3.94 Adelaide - Melbourne 1 543 1 318 -14.65 Gold Coast - Sydney 1 308 1 230 -6.06 Melbourne - Perth 946 986 4.27 Perth - Sydney 787 769 -2.38 Adelaide - Sydney 1 071 1 042 -2.79 Gold Coast - Melbourne 860 871 1.310 Canberra - Sydney 1 553 1 567 0.911 Brisbane - Cairns 679 770 13.412 Hobart - Melbourne 635 672 5.813 Canberra - Melbourne 980 940 -4.114 Brisbane - Townsville 681 675 -0.915 Brisbane - Mackay 678 775 14.316 Brisbane - Perth 409 407 -0.517 Cairns - Sydney 492 491 -0.218 Karratha - Perth 589 709 20.419 Launceston - Melbourne 532 603 13.320 Adelaide - Brisbane 449 447 -0.421 Brisbane - Rockhampton 716 789 10.222 Adelaide - Perth 398 387 -2.823 Brisbane - Newcastle 456 471 3.324 Brisbane - Canberra 512 521 1.825 Perth - Port Hedland 344 443 28.826 Cairns - Melbourne 304 314 3.327 Sunshine Coast - Sydney 297 255 -14.128 Melbourne - Newcastle 263 255 -3.029 Hobart - Sydney 284 292 2.830 Brisbane - Gladstone 506 636 25.731 Brisbane - Darwin 186 187 0.532 Newman - Perth 256 337 31.633 Broome - Perth 339 329 -2.934 Darwin - Sydney .. 214 NA (a)35 Coffs Harbour - Sydney 415 399 -3.936 Brisbane - Emerald .. 499 NA (b)37 Darwin - Melbourne 171 151 -11.738 Melbourne - Sunshine Coast 226 148 -34.539 Kalgoorlie - Perth 225 194 -13.840 Albury - Sydney 586 568 -3.141 Ballina - Sydney 278 196 -29.542 Brisbane - Proserpine 114 151 32.543 Melbourne - Mildura 422 423 0.244 Port Macquarie - Sydney 390 394 1.045 Sydney - Wagga Wagga 522 479 -8.246 Cairns - Townsville 430 418 -2.847 Sydney - Townsville 108 104 -3.748 Dubbo - Sydney 584 573 -1.949 Adelaide - Port Lincoln 633 603 -4.750 Adelaide - Canberra 156 155 -0.651 Launceston - Sydney 116 124 6.952 Adelaide - Gold Coast 125 115 -8.053 Hamilton Island - Sydney 120 124 3.354 Darwin - Perth 124 117 -5.655 Geraldton - Perth .. 303 NA (c)56 Ayers Rock - Sydney 124 124 0.057 Brisbane - Hamilton Island 98 90 -8.2Total domestic network 51 981 52 797 1.6(a) Darwin - Sydney route included from May 2012, prior data not shown.(b) Brisbane - Emerald route included from February 2012, prior data not shown.(c) Geraldton - Perth route included from December 2011, prior data not shown.9


Passengers (millions)BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTOP TEN AIRPORTS – PASSENGER MOVEMENTSTable 6: Top ten airports, passenger movements (000s) - annual activityAirport YE May 2011 YE May 2012 % Change % of Total1 Sydney 24 644.8 24 122.9 -2.1 22.02 Melbourne 22 022.1 21 322.1 -3.2 19.53 Brisbane 15 727.2 16 377.9 4.1 15.04 Perth 7 600.4 8 430.7 10.9 7.75 Adelaide 6 796.5 6 327.0 -6.9 5.86 Gold Coast 4 753.2 4 599.6 -3.2 4.27 Cairns 3 481.4 3 558.3 2.2 3.38 Canberra 3 260.9 3 164.0 -3.0 2.99 Darwin 1 877.5 1 822.4 -2.9 1.710 Hobart 1 921.2 1 799.7 -6.3 1.6Total top ten airports 92 085.2 91 524.4 -0.6 83.6Total domestic network 109 620.4 109 455.0 -0.2 100.0Table 7: Top ten airports, passenger movements (000s) - monthly activityAirport May 2011 May 2012 % Change % of Total1 Sydney 1 970.5 1 976.2 0.3 21.82 Melbourne 1 764.8 1 761.5 -0.2 19.43 Brisbane 1 305.0 1 354.2 3.8 14.94 Perth 665.5 736.1 10.6 8.15 Adelaide 549.5 528.4 -3.8 5.86 Gold Coast 344.4 341.1 -1.0 3.87 Cairns 272.9 277.0 1.5 3.18 Canberra 276.2 269.2 -2.5 3.09 Darwin 157.8 153.9 -2.5 1.710 Townsville 145.9 143.2 -1.8 1.6Total top ten airports 7 452.4 7 540.7 1.2 83.2Total domestic network 8 927.0 9 068.5 1.6 100.025Top ten airports, passenger movements(Domestic and regional passenger traffic - traffic on board)20151050Year ending May 201210


Tonnes (000s)Top five cargo airportsTOP FIVE AIRPORTS – CARGO MOVEMENTSTable 8: Top five airports, cargo movements (000s tonnes) - annual activityAirport YE May 2011 YE May 2012 % Change % of Total1 Sydney 135.3 129.7 -4.2 27.12 Melbourne 129.6 119.4 -7.9 24.93 Brisbane 82.5 78.6 -4.7 16.44 Perth 55.2 55.9 1.3 11.75 Adelaide 31.2 29.7 -4.8 6.2Total top five airports 433.8 413.3 -4.7 86.3Total domestic network 506.8 479.0 -5.5 100.0Table 9: Top five airports, cargo movements (000s tonnes) - monthly activityAirport May 2011 May 2012 % Change % of Total1 Sydney 11.8 10.6 -9.5 26.32 Melbourne 11.0 10.5 -4.8 25.83 Brisbane 7.0 6.5 -8.2 16.04 Perth 4.6 4.6 1.3 11.45 Adelaide 2.6 2.8 4.6 6.8Total top five airports 37.0 34.9 -5.5 86.2Total domestic network 43.4 40.5 -6.6 100.0Top five airports, cargo movements(Domestic and regional cargo traffic - traffic on board)140120100806040200Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth AdelaideYear ending May 201211


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLYTOP TEN ROUTES1. Melbourne - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012% ChangePassengers carried (000s) 644.6 650.7 0.9Seats (000s) 811.3 839.9 3.5Load factor % 79.4 77.5 -1.9 *Aircraft trips 4 207 4 451 5.8* percentage point differencePassengers/seats(000s)1,000Load factors (%)959080085600graph needed here8075PassengersSeats70Load factor (%)40065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012% ChangePassengers carried (000s) 7 937.6 7 698.8 -3.0Seats (000s) 9 597.2 9 416.4 -1.9Load factor % 82.7 81.8 -0.9 *Aircraft trips 50 872 50 100 -1.5* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)10 000Load factors (%)95909 000858 000807 0006 000PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)757065Year ending12


Top ten routes2. Brisbane - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 363.4 348.9 -4.0Seats (000s) 473.0 427.7 -9.6Load factor % 76.8 81.6 4.8 *Aircraft trips 2 566 2 420 -5.7* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)550Load factors (%)959045085graph needed here8035075250PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 4 431.9 4 366.5 -1.5Seats (000s) 5 505.3 5 296.0 -3.8Load factor % 80.5 82.4 1.9 *Aircraft trips 30 507 29 340 -3.8* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)Load factors (%)6 000955 500905 0004 5004 0003 500Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065BNBNBNBNBNBNBNBNBNBNBNBNBN13


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLY3. Brisbane - MelbourneMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 251.7 252.3 0.2Seats (000s) 321.1 317.0 -1.3Load factor % 78.4 79.6 1.2 *Aircraft trips 1 917 1 843 -3.9* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)400Load factors (%)953509030085graph needed here8025075200PassengersSeats70150Load factor (%)65Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 3 107.4 3 148.5 1.3Seats (000s) 3 872.4 3 898.2 0.7Load factor % 80.2 80.8 0.5 *Aircraft trips 23 588 23 045 -2.3* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)Load factors (%)4 00095903 5003 0002 500Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065BNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNEBNE14


Top ten routes4. Adelaide - MelbourneMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 195.9 174.4 -11.0Seats (000s) 241.9 208.1 -14.0Load factor % 81.0 83.8 2.8 *Aircraft trips 1 543 1 318 -14.6* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)300Load factors (%)959025085200graph needed here8075150100PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 2 354.6 2 071.0 -12.0Seats (000s) 2 847.6 2 481.8 -12.8Load factor % 82.7 83.4 0.8 *Aircraft trips 18 174 15 889 -12.6* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)3 000Load factors (%)95902 5002 0001 500Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065ADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADL15


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLY5. Gold Coast - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 171.8 169.5 -1.4Seats (000s) 221.8 210.2 -5.3Load factor % 77.5 80.7 3.2 *Aircraft trips 1 308 1 230 -6.0* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)300Load factors (%)959025085200graph needed here8075150100PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 2 349.8 2 242.6 -4.6Seats (000s) 2 781.6 2 655.6 -4.5Load factor % 84.5 84.4 0.0 *Aircraft trips 16 340 15 264 -6.6* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)3 000Load factors (%)95902 7502 5002 2502 000Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065OOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOLOOL16


Top ten routes6. Melbourne - PerthMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 157.0 162.9 3.8Seats (000s) 200.3 213.6 6.6Load factor % 78.4 76.3 -2.1 *Aircraft trips 946 986 4.2* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)250Load factors (%)959020085graph needed here8015075PassengersSeats70Load factor (%)10065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 1 827.0 1 898.1 3.9Seats (000s) 2 233.1 2 321.5 4.0Load factor % 81.8 81.8 -0.1 *Aircraft trips 11 292 10 882 -3.6* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)2 500Load factors (%)95902 2502 0001 7501 500Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065MELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMEL17


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLY7. Perth - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 136.9 144.6 5.6Seats (000s) 172.3 186.5 8.3Load factor % 79.5 77.5 -2.0 *Aircraft trips 787 769 -2.3* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)250Load factors (%)959020085150graph needed here807510050PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 1 671.3 1 774.4 6.2Seats (000s) 2 111.5 2 278.6 7.9Load factor % 79.1 77.9 -1.3 *Aircraft trips 9 724 9 339 -4.0* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)2 300Load factors (%)95902 0001 7001 4001 100Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065PERPERPERPERPERPERPERPERPERPERPERPERPER18


Top ten routes8. Adelaide - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 142.8 141.4 -0.9Seats (000s) 179.1 182.0 1.6Load factor % 79.7 77.7 -2.0 *Aircraft trips 1 071 1 042 -2.7* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)200Load factors (%)959017585150graph needed here8075125100PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 1 788.2 1 701.7 -4.8Seats (000s) 2 163.8 2 067.8 -4.4Load factor % 82.6 82.3 -0.3 *Aircraft trips 13 227 12 181 -7.9* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)Load factors (%)2 40095902 1001 8001 5001 200Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065ADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADLADL19


BITRE – AVIATION STATISTICS DOMESTIC MONTHLY9. Gold Coast - MelbourneMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 118.8 123.0 3.5Seats (000s) 148.9 156.3 4.9Load factor % 79.7 78.7 -1.0 *Aircraft trips 860 871 1.3* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)250Load factors (%)959020085150graph needed here807510050PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 1 785.9 1 684.0 -5.7Seats (000s) 2 154.2 1 993.8 -7.4Load factor % 82.9 84.5 1.6 *Aircraft trips 11 908 11 104 -6.8* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)Load factors (%)2 40095902 1001 8001 5001 200Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)8580757065MELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMELMEL20


Top ten routes10. Canberra - SydneyMonthly dataMay 2011 May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 99.3 98.5 -0.8Seats (000s) 145.9 141.5 -3.0Load factor % 68.0 69.6 1.6 *Aircraft trips 1 553 1 567 0.9* percentage point differencePassengers/seats (000s)160Load factors (%)807513070100graph needed here65607040PassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)5550Moving annual dataYE May 2011 YE May 2012 % ChangePassengers carried (000s) 1 092.6 1 056.8 -3.3Seats (000s) 1 615.9 1 642.5 1.6Load factor % 67.6 64.3 -3.3 *Aircraft trips 17 792 17 992 1.1* percentage point differenceMonthPassengers/seats (000s)1 800Load factors (%)801 600751 4001 2001 000800Year endingPassengersSeatsLoad factor (%)7065605550CBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBRCBR21


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DefinitionsDEFINITIONSAircraft TripsAvailable Seat Kilometres(ASKs)City-PairFlight StageLoad FactorPassengers CarriedRevenue PassengersRevenue PassengerKilometres (RPKs)Traffic on board by stagesThe number of flight stages. A return flight counts as two aircrafttrips.Calculated by multiplying the number of seats available on eachflight stage, by the distance in kilometres between the ports. Thedistances used are Great Circle Distances.The ports shown make up the city-pair route. Passengermovements shown for a city pair reflect total traffic in bothdirections.The operation of an aircraft from take-off to landing.The total revenue passenger kilometres performed as apercentage of the total available seat kilometres.Revenue passengers carried.All passengers paying any fare. Frequent flyer redemptiontravellers are regarded as revenue passengers.Calculated by multiplying the number of revenue passengerstravelling on each flight stage, by the distance in kilometresbetween the ports. The distances used are Great CircleDistances.The total of all traffic (revenue passengers) on each flight stagebetween two directly connected airports... Data not includedNANot applicable23

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