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Australian GovernmentDepartment of Infrastructure and TransportBureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional EconomicsSTATISTICAL REPORTAviationInternational airline activityAugust 2012


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CONTENTSExplanatory Notes ............................................................................................. 4-6Data Issues and Notes on Airline Services ................................................................ 7Year ended summary figures .............................................................................. 8-9Highlights for the Month .................................................................................. 10-11Detailed Monthly Tables1. Scheduled International Air Traffic to and from Australia............................... 12-132. Scheduled Operator Market Shares and Growth ........................................... 14-173. Airline Passenger Capacity and Utilisation to and from Australia by Operator .. 18-204. Australian International Airport Scheduled Traffic and Aircraft Movements .......... 215. Scheduled International Passengers and Freight by City Pairs ........................ 22-276. International Airlines Own Stopover Revenue Passengers, Australian City Pairs ... 283


EXPLANATORY NOTESINTRODUCTION1. This publication continues the series of monthly publications presenting provisionalstatistical information on the scheduled operations of international airlines operatinginto/out of Australia.2. The figures in this publication were obtained from reports submitted by scheduledinternational carriers and are the best available at the time of publication.COVERAGE3. These statistics show uplift/discharge data – These data detail, by direction, therevenue traffic between the actual points of uplift and discharge within each flight,aggregated for all flights within the period. It shows the movement of traffic betweentwo airports not necessarily directly connected but within the same flight number.Typically, flight numbers change when an aircraft reaches its home country. Thismeans that uplift/discharge data for the port in the operator's home country are likelyto be overstated by traffic whose origin/destination point is beyond that port. Forexample, uplift/discharge traffic reported in this publication as Singapore could includetraffic whose origin/destination is Europe.4. These statistics cover revenue traffic carried by the operators of scheduled regularpublic international air transport services only and do not include charter traffic.5. Some airlines (generally, dedicated freighter operators) operate scheduled services intoAustralia but operate non-scheduled services out of Australia and therefore outboundactivity is not recorded in this data collection.PRODUCTION AND INTERPRETATION6. Tables 1 and 2 show the country of the relevant uplift or discharge port served by thatairline. For example, traffic uplifted/discharged between Sydney and Singapore byBritish Airways would be shown as Singapore traffic in Tables 1 and 2.7. Table 3 shows figures for the country of service (or route) for each airline and thereforemay not equate to the data in Tables 1 and 2. For example, the British Airways UKservice identified in Table 3 could include passengers uplifted or discharged inSingapore or Thailand as well as the UK; these passengers would be shown individuallyunder those countries in Tables 1 and 2. The difference in treatment of data betweenTables 1 and 2 and Table 3 is necessary in order to work out a meaningful SeatUtilisation figure for Table 3.Figures shown in Table 3 may include total traffic into and out of Australia for airlinesthat fly through Australia (also necessary in order to work out a meaningful SeatUtilisation figure). Therefore, figures in Table 3 may not equate to figures in Tables 1and 2. For example, passengers carried by Qantas Airways from New Zealand viaAustralia to the UK will be included in Table 3 but will not be included in Tables 1 or 2as these passengers were not uplifted/discharged in Australia.8. Table 5 – shows uplift/discharge passenger and freight data for city pairs with “sameflight number” international flight connections.9. Where figures have been rounded, discrepancies may occur between sums ofcomponent items and totals, and in percentage changes which are derived from figuresprior to rounding.4


10. Published figures may be revised where figures missing at the time of publication arereceived or misreporting/miscalculation necessitates revisions.DEFINITIONS11. The following definitions have been used in this publication:(a) Aircraft Movement: A landing or a take off.(b) Freight: The aggregate of all revenue freight uplifted.(c) Inbound: Inbound to Australia/Australian international airport.(d) Mail: The aggregate of all mail uplifted.(e) Outbound: Outbound from Australia/Australian international airport.(f) Revenue Passengers: please refer to paragraph 12.(g) Seat Utilisation: The ratio of passengers carried to seats available, expressed asa percentage.(h) Seats Available: Generally based on standard aircraft configuration, theaggregate of seats available on all flights operated over a particular service.(i) Services: Scheduled flights over authorised routes which are listed according tothe main ports involved.COMPARABILITY OF DATA OVER TIME12. Revenue Passengers:- For July 2000 and onwards: All passengers paying any fare (frequent flyerredemption passengers are regarded as revenue passengers). In most cases,Revenue Passengers will now include all passengers excluding Free Of Chargepassengers and positioning crew.- To December 1999: The aggregate of all passengers paying 25% or more of thestandard air fare (as defined by ICAO).- January 2000 to June 2000: Transition period.The Revenue Passenger definition change could result in approximately a three per centincrease in passenger numbers over a full period (month or year).13. Country and City data – reporting of Uplift/Discharge data by Qantas Airways:- Prior to January 2003: Uplift/Discharge within Qantas Airways’ internationalnetwork.- For January 2003 and onwards: Uplift/Discharge within flight number – as perthe standard definition.For example, what was previously reported as Adelaide to London (no direct servicesbetween these two cities) will now be reported as either Adelaide to Singapore orMelbourne/Sydney to London.This change has been introduced in order to make the data comparable across allairlines operating services to/from Australia.The effect of this change – comparing data under the two methods of reporting:- Country of Port data (Tables 1 & 2) – There will be a shift in traffic to countriessuch as Singapore which are used as hubs and away from countries such asFrance, Germany and Italy which previously received traffic channelled throughhubs. The total volume of traffic is not affected.- Country of Service data (Table 3) – no change, as the Uplift/Discharge definitionis not applicable to classifying the country of service.5


- Australian International Airports (Table 4) – there may be a shift of traffic to themajor airports.- City Pairs (Table 5) – There will be a shift in traffic to cities such as Singaporewhich are used as hubs and away from cities such as Paris, Frankfurt and Romewhich previously received traffic channelled through hubs. The total volume oftraffic is not affected.- Prior to the change, statistics reported for city pairs without “same flightnumber” international flight connections mainly reflected carriage oninterconnecting international services by Qantas Airways. That traffic shouldhave been interpreted as increasing the volume of traffic between the primaryinternational ports rather than as an indicator of traffic volumes between portswithout “same flight number” international flight connections. It should be notedhowever, that there was no double counting of traffic.14. Country of Service classification by Qantas Airways:- For July 2002 and onwards: based on the foreign country where same flightnumber services commence or cease – as per the standard definition. Forexample, Sydney-Denpasar-Singapore services would be classified as Country ofService = Singapore.- Prior to July 2002: based on Qantas classification – this mainly affectedIndonesia and Singapore Countries of Service. For example, Sydney-Denpasar-Singapore services were classified as Country of Service = Indonesia.15. Airline data – Reporting of code share services:Reporting of traffic split by airline code for code share arrangements was discontinuedas of June 2000. For July 2000 and onwards, ALL traffic carried is reported under theoperating airline regardless of code share arrangements.Monthly airline market share figures for July 2001 onwards will be comparable with thesame month in the previous year. However, these figures may not be comparable withmonthly data prior to July 2000.SYMBOLS AND OTHER USAGE- nil or zero.. not applicable6


YEAR ENDED AUGUST 2012Chart I International Passengers Carried (thousands) - August 2010 to August 201217001450INBOUNDOUTBOUND1200950700Aug-10Sep-10Oct-10Nov-10Dec-10Jan-11Feb-11Mar-11Apr-11May-11Jun-11Jul-11Aug-11Sep-11Oct-11Nov-11Dec-11Jan-12Feb-12Mar-12Apr-12May-12Jun-12Jul-12Aug-12Chart II International Passengers by Major Airlines - Year ended August 2012Others, 25.6%Qantas Airways,18.0%AirAsia X, 2.5%Thai AirwaysInternational, 3.3%Cathay PacificAirways, 5.1%Malaysia Airlines,3.8%Virgin Australia,7.9%Air NewZealand, 8.1%Singapore Airlines,9.1%Jetstar, 8.2%Emirates, 8.3%Table IInternational Passengers by Uplift/Discharge City Pairs (a)Foreign Australian Year ended Year ended Year ended % of % ChangePort Port August 2010 August 2011 August 2012 Total 2012/11Auckland Sydney 1 391 092 1 397 892 1 387 332 4.8% -0.8%Singapore Sydney 1 089 524 1 121 081 1 203 712 4.1% 7.4%Singapore Melbourne 924 799 1 026 035 1 051 973 3.6% 2.5%Singapore Perth 919 421 945 153 1 001 668 3.4% 6.0%Hong Kong Sydney 932 185 946 307 957 782 3.3% 1.2%Auckland Melbourne 764 585 871 896 922 206 3.2% 5.8%Los Angeles Sydney 879 370 961 918 884 047 3.0% -8.1%Denpasar Perth 685 439 781 564 841 667 2.9% 7.7%Auckland Brisbane 712 041 753 870 824 824 2.8% 9.4%Singapore Brisbane 698 712 702 912 789 235 2.7% 12.3%Top 10 City Pairs 8 997 168 9 508 628 9 864 446 34.0% 3.7%Other City Pairs 17 104 217 18 266 598 19 190 560 66.0% 5.1%ALL CITY PAIRS 26 101 385 27 775 226 29 055 006 100.0% 4.6%8


Table IIInternational Freight (tonnes) by Uplift/Discharge City Pairs (a)Foreign Australian Year ended Year ended Year ended % of % ChangePort Port August 2010 August 2011 August 2012 Total 2012/11Auckland Sydney 58 238 59 779 59 298 6.9% -0.8%Singapore Melbourne 45 449 48 181 51 247 5.9% 6.4%Hong Kong Sydney 43 977 46 714 48 521 5.6% 3.9%Singapore Sydney 45 434 44 854 48 381 5.6% 7.9%Hong Kong Melbourne 34 535 35 536 32 526 3.8% -8.5%Singapore Brisbane 27 518 29 801 32 411 3.8% 8.8%Singapore Perth 26 755 27 606 29 197 3.4% 5.8%Auckland Melbourne 22 506 27 049 27 080 3.1% 0.1%Los Angeles Sydney 27 067 27 966 26 514 3.1% -5.2%Dubai Melbourne 15 703 19 051 25 502 3.0% 33.9%Top 10 City Pairs 347 181 366 538 380 678 44.2% 3.9%Other City Pairs 427 943 464 661 480 898 55.8% 3.5%ALL CITY PAIRS 775 125 831 198 861 575 100.0% 3.7%Table IIIInternational Passengers by Uplift/Discharge Country (a)Country Year ended Year ended Year ended % of % ChangeAugust 2010 August 2011 August 2012 Total 2012/11New Zealand 5 454 594 5 589 604 5 723 557 19.7% 2.4%Singapore 4 035 576 4 182 522 4 478 909 15.4% 7.1%USA 2 183 932 2 379 997 2 456 557 8.5% 3.2%United Arab Emirates 1 767 885 1 830 412 2 175 999 7.5% 18.9%Hong Kong (SAR) 2 040 117 2 060 625 2 161 150 7.4% 4.9%Indonesia 1 542 677 1 903 963 2 136 113 7.4% 12.2%Malaysia 1 666 169 1 973 307 1 886 245 6.5% -4.4%Thailand 1 373 978 1 420 031 1 452 440 5.0% 2.3%China 786 186 1 148 686 1 377 858 4.7% 20.0%Japan 996 590 818 312 807 120 2.8% -1.4%Top 10 Countries 21 847 704 23 307 459 24 655 948 84.9% 5.8%Other Countries 4 253 681 4 467 767 4 399 058 15.1% -1.5%ALL COUNTRIES 26 101 385 27 775 226 29 055 006 100.0% 4.6%Table IVInternational Passenger Traffic through Australian International Airports (a)Airport Year ended Year ended Year ended % of % ChangeAugust 2010 August 2011 August 2012 Total 2012/11Sydney 11 249 234 11 678 367 12 120 607 41.7% 3.8%Melbourne 5 614 093 6 317 753 6 689 975 23.0% 5.9%Brisbane 4 219 468 4 365 678 4 495 875 15.5% 3.0%Perth 3 055 299 3 287 342 3 505 889 12.1% 6.6%Gold Coast 760 794 751 421 757 942 2.6% 0.9%Adelaide 528 049 560 668 621 006 2.1% 10.8%Cairns 451 570 515 802 500 284 1.7% -3.0%Darwin 212 324 273 997 352 996 1.2% 28.8%Norfolk Island 10 185 10 004 9 564 0.0% -4.4%Townsville (b) .. 10 038 868 0.0% -91.4%Port Hedland (c) 369 4 156 .. .. ..ALL AIRPORTS 26 101 385 27 775 226 29 055 006 100.0% 4.6%(a) Please refer to Explanatory notes - paragraphs 3 & 13 in particular.(b) Scheduled services recommenced December 2010 and ceased October 2011.(c) Scheduled services recommenced August 2010 and ceased March 2011.9


HIGHLIGHTS – AUGUST 2012- Fifty-three international scheduled airlines operated services to/from Australia duringthe month (includes five dedicated freight airlines but excludes airlines operating onlyvia code share arrangements).- International scheduled passenger traffic in August 2012 was 2.418 million comparedto 2.309 million in August 2011 – an increase of 4.7 per cent. March 2011 (-1.6 percent) recorded the only month on month decrease in traffic since March 2009.- The chart on the next page compares monthly passenger traffic for the year endedAugust 2012 with monthly passenger traffic for the year ended August 2011. Passengertraffic for the year ended August 2012 was 29.055 million which is a 4.6 per centincrease over the figure for the year ended August 2011.- Total seats made available on international scheduled operations to/from Australiaduring August 2012 were 3.297 million – an increase of 1.8 per cent compared toAugust 2011. The overall seat utilisation percentage has increased from 72.0 per centin August 2011 to 74.3 per cent in August 2012. Note that operated seats by Emirateshave been adjusted to show seats available for uplift/discharge Australia traffic forNovember 2011 and onwards which generates a higher seat utilisation percentage whencompared to prior periods that have not been adjusted in this way.- In terms of passenger carriage, Qantas Airways had the largest share of the market inAugust 2012 with 17.0 per cent of the total followed by Virgin Australia with 8.8 percent, Jetstar with 8.7 per cent, Singapore Airlines with 8.6 per cent and Emirates with8.2 per cent. Compared to August 2011, Qantas Airways’ share decreased by 0.6percentage points, Jetstar’s share decreased by 0.2 percentage points, SingaporeAirlines’ share increased by 0.1 percentage points and Emirates’ share increased by 0.7percentage points. Virgin Australia’s share has slightly increased by 0.05 percentagepoints compared to what was the equivalent combined Pacific Blue and V Australia inAugust 2011.- The Qantas group – Qantas Airways (17.0 per cent), Jetstar (8.7 per cent) and JetstarAsia (0.4 per cent) accounted for 26.0 per cent of total passenger carriage in August2012. The group share in August 2011 was 26.8 per cent.- The share of passenger traffic accounted for by Australian designated airlines hasdecreased from 33.7 per cent in August 2011 to 32.3 per cent in August 2012. QantasAirways, Jetstar and Virgin Australia (6.6 per cent - excludes services operated underNew Zealand designation) contributed to the Australian airline share in August 2012.- Low Cost Carriers (LCCs) AirAsia X, Indonesia AirAsia, Jetstar, Jetstar Asia,Tiger Airways and Scoot accounted for 14.6 per cent of total international passengertraffic to/from Australia in August 2012. The Low Cost Carrier share in August 2011 was20.0 per cent. The decrease of 5.4 percentage points from August 2011 to August 2012is mainly due to Pacific Blue and Polynesian Blue being counted as Low Cost Carriers toNovember 2011 while for December 2011 and onwards, the rebranded Virgin Australiaand Virgin Samoa are not counted as Low Cost Carriers.- International scheduled freight traffic in August 2012 increased by 1.6 per cent overAugust 2011 to 75 268 tonnes. Inbound freight traffic increased by 2.8 per cent andoutbound freight traffic decreased by 0.5 per cent compared to August 2011.10


Monthly trafficTotal Total Inbound Outbound Total Growth compared toAug-10 Aug-11 Aug-12 Aug-12 Aug-12 Aug-11 Aug-10Passengers Carried 2 213 745 2 308 924 1 190 249 1 228 193 2 418 442 4.7% 9.2%Freight (tonnes) 68 539 74 076 49 239 26 029 75 268 1.6% 9.8%Mail (tonnes) 3 246 3 858 2 738 803 3 540 -8.2% 9.1%Available Seats 3 030 508 3 239 549 1 649 127 1 648 144 3 297 271 1.8% 8.8%Flights 12 460 13 253 6 763 6 724 13 487 1.8% 8.2%Aircraft Movements 13 426 13 889 7 185 7 146 14 331 3.2% 6.7%Top ten airlinesShare of passengers carried Aug-11 Aug-12 Share of freight carried Aug-11 Aug-12Qantas Airways 17.6% 17.0% Qantas Airways 17.5% 15.8%Virgin Australia 6.9% 8.8% (a) Singapore Airlines 16.0% 15.2%Jetstar 8.8% 8.7% Emirates 9.1% 12.2%Singapore Airlines 8.5% 8.6% Cathay Pacific Airways 10.1% 8.5%Emirates 7.5% 8.2% Malaysia Airlines 5.3% 6.5%Air New Zealand 8.6% 8.1% Air New Zealand 4.9% 5.4%Cathay Pacific Airways 5.1% 4.9% Thai Airways International 5.0% 4.2%Thai Airways International 3.5% 3.5% Jetstar 2.5% 2.7%Malaysia Airlines 4.2% 3.5% United Parcel Service 2.9% 2.6%AirAsia X 2.0% 2.9% Etihad Airways 2.6% 2.3%Top five city pairsPassengers Aug-12 % of Total Freight (tonnes) Aug-12 % of TotalSydney Singapore 102 680 4.2% Sydney Auckland 4 600 6.1%Sydney Auckland 98 754 4.1% Melbourne Singapore 4 406 5.9%Melbourne Singapore 82 506 3.4% Sydney Hong Kong 4 139 5.5%Sydney Hong Kong 75 711 3.1% Sydney Singapore 4 066 5.4%Perth Singapore 75 113 3.1% Brisbane Singapore 2 916 3.9%Major International AirportsPassengers Aug-12 % of Total Freight (tonnes) Aug-12 % of TotalSydney 1 004 945 41.6% Sydney 35 613 47.3%Melbourne 547 251 22.6% Melbourne 20 215 26.9%Brisbane 375 534 15.5% Brisbane 9 332 12.4%Perth 286 716 11.9% Perth 7 146 9.5%(millions)3.000TOTAL PASSENGERS CARRIED BY MONTH2.7502.5002.2502.0001.7501.500Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AugYE Aug 2011 YE Aug 2012(a) For a measure of market share change, the combined Pacific Blue and V Australia market share figure of 8.7per cent should be used for August 2011.11


TABLE 1 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAFFIC TO AND FROM AUSTRALIA: August 2012InboundOutboundScheduled Operator Country to/from Passengers Freight Mail Passengers Freight Mail(tonnes) (tonnes)(tonnes) (tonnes)Aerolineas Argentinas Argentina 2 110 4.3 1.9 2 218 19.7 -Air Austral (a) France 8 - - 21 - -Reunion 271 0.0 - 390 1.1 -Air Austral ALL SERVICES 279 0.0 - 411 1.1 -Air Caledonie New Caledonia 3 648 1.6 0.8 2 955 87.8 2.9Air Canada Canada 6 937 326.4 34.2 7 961 152.2 15.0Air China China 11 122 303.2 50.0 11 606 202.5 11.9Air Mauritius Mauritius 1 649 54.3 0.6 2 036 8.2 -Air New Zealand Cook Islands 732 0.6 0.0 604 27.5 -New Zealand 98 661 2 178.2 300.8 97 067 1 871.0 0.1Air New Zealand ALL SERVICES 99 393 2 178.8 300.8 97 671 1 898.5 0.1Air Niugini (b) Papua New Guinea 8 400 63.0 0.7 8 123 377.5 14.6Air Pacific Fiji 17 766 264.6 2.8 18 468 227.2 9.9Air Vanuatu Vanuatu 5 091 28.5 4.2 5 177 43.5 2.7AirAsia X Malaysia 35 909 860.9 - 33 137 197.2 -Airlines PNG Papua New Guinea 164 0.3 0.0 144 3.7 0.0Asiana Airlines Korea 6 591 163.4 32.2 7 734 75.2 -British Airways Singapore 2 992 30.8 - 2 568 62.7 -UK 4 220 329.4 23.7 5 657 71.6 -British Airways ALL SERVICES 7 212 360.2 23.7 8 225 134.3 -Cathay Pacific Airways Hong Kong (SAR) 55 980 4 464.8 209.5 62 556 1 951.7 21.1China Airlines New Zealand 902 51.0 - 2 010 55.3 -Taiwan 5 873 202.1 65.8 8 006 136.7 1.5China Airlines ALL SERVICES 6 775 253.2 65.8 10 016 192.0 1.5China Eastern Airlines China 13 013 264.3 24.8 14 061 98.0 3.2China Southern Airlines China 27 332 1 445.5 28.2 27 661 38.7 20.7Delta Air Lines USA 5 840 124.8 4.7 7 541 213.1 -Emirates Malaysia 1 478 3.2 - 1 784 8.0 -New Zealand 22 219 1 299.2 - 18 852 768.5 -Singapore 4 553 243.6 2.4 4 347 475.9 -Thailand 1 893 4.4 - 1 559 70.6 -United Arab Emirates 69 000 3 593.6 86.9 72 629 2 702.0 0.0Emirates ALL SERVICES 99 143 5 144.0 89.4 99 171 4 025.0 0.0Etihad Airways Singapore 584 33.6 - 527 25.9 -United Arab Emirates 22 067 831.5 100.1 21 503 849.6 24.7Etihad Airways ALL SERVICES 22 651 865.2 100.1 22 030 875.5 24.7Eva Air Taiwan 1 343 76.3 10.0 1 203 49.1 -Federal Express Corporation China .. .. .. .. 1.1 -USA .. 685.4 17.7 .. .. ..Federal Express Corporation ALL SERVICES - 685.4 17.7 - 1.1 -Garuda Indonesia Indonesia 28 895 621.0 28.5 26 565 130.5 -Hawaiian Airlines USA 6 941 122.5 1.9 7 691 59.2 -Indonesia AirAsia Indonesia 12 356 - - 12 124 - -Japan Airlines Japan 6 192 231.5 186.7 6 700 107.2 0.1Jetstar China 45 - - 137 0.7 -Fiji 2 524 - - 2 577 - -Indonesia 26 220 312.8 - 27 017 33.2 0.6Japan 23 061 471.9 30.1 25 569 122.7 16.5New Zealand 23 658 7.6 10.4 25 118 31.5 17.6Philippines 1 847 - - 2 018 - -Singapore 11 231 282.1 6.2 12 883 215.4 2.2Thailand 6 282 305.5 16.5 6 187 34.2 1.2USA 6 527 210.4 6.5 6 781 36.1 0.3Jetstar ALL SERVICES 101 395 1 590.3 69.6 108 287 473.9 38.4Jetstar Asia Singapore 4 195 - - 4 337 - -Korean Air Korea 12 406 188.7 94.1 13 571 431.7 3.4LAN Airlines Chile 2 148 233.6 1.8 1 975 162.4 3.9New Zealand 2 006 10.4 - 1 930 38.1 0.0LAN Airlines ALL SERVICES 4 154 244.0 1.8 3 905 200.5 3.9Malaysia Airlines China - 188.5 - .. .. ..Malaysia 44 998 3 498.1 23.2 38 832 1 221.3 -Malaysia Airlines ALL SERVICES 44 998 3 686.6 23.2 38 832 1 221.3 -Our Airline Nauru 312 0.2 0.0 225 8.8 0.4Pacific Air Express (c) Papua New Guinea .. 12.9 - .. 98.5 -Solomon Islands .. 28.3 - .. 46.1 -Vanuatu .. 35.0 - .. 1.0 -Pacific Air Express ALL SERVICES - 76.2 - - 145.5 -Philippine Airlines Philippines 4 097 393.7 - 3 707 154.4 -Polar Air Cargo USA .. 629.5 - .. .. ..Qantas Airways Chile 2 952 35.9 - 3 592 10.4 0.1China 5 199 865.1 18.4 5 393 170.4 10.012


TABLE 1 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAFFIC TO AND FROM AUSTRALIA: August 2012InboundOutboundScheduled Operator Country to/from Passengers Freight Mail Passengers Freight Mail(tonnes) (tonnes)(tonnes) (tonnes)Qantas Airways Germany 3 123 127.3 29.3 3 751 15.2 34.3Hong Kong (SAR) 21 882 1 395.5 23.6 25 562 441.5 26.5Indonesia 2 987 92.1 0.1 3 127 36.4 1.8Japan 8 017 185.8 29.6 9 968 203.7 29.9Macau .. .. .. .. 13.5 -New Caledonia 1 788 1.6 0.2 1 519 14.2 0.8New Zealand 41 338 816.0 44.3 39 410 977.1 161.4Papua New Guinea 2 367 - - 1 869 - -Philippines 3 226 98.8 0.6 2 822 82.9 1.5Singapore 35 763 1 377.6 68.1 36 953 1 129.1 128.7South Africa 7 142 126.4 5.1 6 849 76.9 8.3Thailand 6 865 226.2 104.3 6 570 99.6 13.2UK 11 144 401.0 13.1 12 084 46.4 86.1USA 45 610 2 539.6 287.2 52 851 305.8 114.9Qantas Airways ALL SERVICES 199 403 8 288.8 624.0 212 320 3 623.1 617.5Qatar Airways Qatar 7 643 593.9 10.0 8 643 789.1 0.0Royal Brunei Airlines Brunei 4 871 252.8 2.5 5 342 372.6 -Scoot Singapore 15 895 561.4 - 16 068 103.1 -Silk Air Singapore 1 537 9.9 - 1 571 3.7 0.0Singapore Airlines New Zealand .. 276.4 - .. 486.4 -Singapore 101 120 7 150.5 310.9 105 873 3 533.3 1.0Singapore Airlines ALL SERVICES 101 120 7 426.9 310.9 105 873 4 019.7 1.0Solomon Airlines Solomon Islands 1 667 24.7 - 1 514 22.6 -South African Airways South Africa 4 615 131.0 0.9 4 742 226.7 1.8Tasman Cargo Airlines New Zealand .. 391.1 - .. 419.7 -Thai Airways International Thailand 42 405 1 910.0 211.0 41 701 1 275.6 4.1Tiger Airways Singapore 4 957 - - 5 256 - -United Airlines Guam 590 0.0 0.0 725 1.5 0.0USA 17 899 57.7 170.5 20 278 398.0 4.2United Airlines ALL SERVICES 18 489 57.8 170.5 21 003 399.5 4.2United Parcel Service China .. .. .. .. 53.7 -Hong Kong (SAR) .. .. .. .. 9.2 -Singapore .. .. .. .. 31.7 -USA .. 1 864.9 - .. .. ..United Parcel Service ALL SERVICES - 1 864.9 - - 94.6 -Vietnam Airlines (d) Vietnam 11 631 509.4 - 9 808 60.6 -Virgin Atlantic Airways Hong Kong (SAR) 3 586 498.6 - 3 762 294.8 -UK 2 923 51.6 - 3 650 7.0 -Virgin Atlantic Airways ALL SERVICES 6 509 550.2 - 7 412 301.8 -Virgin Australia (e) Fiji 13 918 16.9 - 14 103 12.3 -Indonesia 22 499 - - 22 512 - -New Zealand 39 718 71.5 - 40 909 40.6 -Papua New Guinea 2 070 - - 2 089 28.6 -Solomon Islands 642 - - 645 11.0 -Thailand 2 126 - - 1 841 - -Tonga 976 1.5 - 1 187 0.4 -United Arab Emirates 2 844 75.1 - 3 203 64.1 -USA 16 418 777.0 - 20 411 347.0 -Vanuatu 1 934 4.9 - 2 009 6.3 -Virgin Australia ALL SERVICES 103 145 946.9 - 108 909 510.3 -Virgin Samoa (f) Western Samoa 2 073 2.2 - 1 982 0.8 -TOTAL 1 190 249 49 238.9 2 737.6 1 228 193 26 029.5 802.8Please refer to explanatory notes - paragraphs 3, 6 and 13 in particular.(a) Service ceased August 2012.(b) Data under review for current month.(c) Data not received for the current month. Missing data has been estimated.(d) The split of inbound passenger movements from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to Sydney has been estimated forJune 2010 and onwards.(e) Pacific Blue and V Australia were re-branded as Virgin Australia in December 2011.(f) Polynesian Blue was re-branded as Virgin Samoa in December 2011.13


TABLE 2 SCHEDULED OPERATOR MARKET SHARES AND GROWTH: AugustTotal Passengers Total Freight (tonnes) Total Mail (tonnes)(%) of (%) (%) of (%) (%) of (%)Scheduled Operators Country to/from 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL ChangeAerolineas Argentinas Argentina 2 191 4 328 0.2 97.5 23.6 24.0 0.0 1.8 1.9 1.9 0.1 -3.4New Zealand 1 520 .. .. -100.0 40.5 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..Aerolineas Argentinas ALL SERVICES 3 711 4 328 0.2 16.6 64.1 24.0 0.0 -62.6 1.9 1.9 0.1 -3.4Air Austral (a) France 135 29 0.0 -78.5 14.0 - - -100.0 - - - ..Reunion 1 089 661 0.0 -39.3 13.5 1.1 0.0 -91.6 - - - ..Air Austral ALL SERVICES 1 224 690 0.0 -43.6 27.5 1.1 0.0 -95.9 - - - ..Air Australia (b) Indonesia 5 550 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. .. - .. .. ..Thailand 7 051 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. .. - .. .. ..Air Australia ALL SERVICES 12 601 - - -100.0 - - - .. - - - ..Air Caledonie New Caledonia 6 930 6 603 0.3 -4.7 123.1 89.4 0.1 -27.4 2.4 3.6 0.1 51.9Air Canada Canada 14 439 14 898 0.6 3.2 520.4 478.6 0.6 -8.0 55.8 49.2 1.4 -11.8Air China China 19 619 22 728 0.9 15.8 525.1 505.6 0.7 -3.7 48.2 61.9 1.7 28.4Air Mauritius Mauritius 3 815 3 685 0.2 -3.4 97.6 62.5 0.1 -35.9 0.0 0.6 0.0 >999.9Air New Zealand Cook Islands 1 517 1 336 0.1 -11.9 3.8 28.0 0.0 644.6 - 0.0 0.0 ..New Zealand 197 081 195 728 8.1 -0.7 3 597.5 4 049.3 5.4 12.6 254.5 300.8 8.5 18.2Air New Zealand ALL SERVICES 198 598 197 064 8.1 -0.8 3 601.3 4 077.3 5.4 13.2 254.5 300.8 8.5 18.2Air Niugini (c) Papua New Guinea 16 775 16 523 0.7 -1.5 408.3 440.5 0.6 7.9 15.0 15.3 0.4 2.1Air Pacific Fiji 34 356 36 234 1.5 5.5 895.5 491.8 0.7 -45.1 13.6 12.6 0.4 -7.3Air Vanuatu Vanuatu 9 640 10 268 0.4 6.5 51.8 72.1 0.1 39.0 9.6 6.9 0.2 -28.9AirAsia X Malaysia 47 045 69 046 2.9 46.8 570.0 1 058.1 1.4 85.6 - - - ..Airlines PNG Papua New Guinea 323 308 0.0 -4.6 4.1 3.9 0.0 -4.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 -86.7Asiana Airlines Korea 12 113 14 325 0.6 18.3 294.8 238.7 0.3 -19.0 30.1 32.2 0.9 7.1British Airways Singapore 4 595 5 560 0.2 21.0 188.6 93.5 0.1 -50.4 - - - ..Thailand 6 713 .. .. -100.0 70.6 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..UK 13 726 9 877 0.4 -28.0 626.7 401.0 0.5 -36.0 84.1 23.7 0.7 -71.9British Airways ALL SERVICES 25 034 15 437 0.6 -38.3 885.9 494.5 0.7 -44.2 84.1 23.7 0.7 -71.9Cathay Pacific Airways Hong Kong (SAR) 118 430 118 536 4.9 0.1 7 463.0 6 416.5 8.5 -14.0 319.3 230.6 6.5 -27.8China Airlines New Zealand 4 497 2 912 0.1 -35.2 35.1 106.3 0.1 202.6 0.3 - - -100.0Taiwan 15 603 13 879 0.6 -11.0 263.2 338.9 0.5 28.8 16.6 67.3 1.9 305.5China Airlines ALL SERVICES 20 100 16 791 0.7 -16.5 298.3 445.2 0.6 49.2 16.9 67.3 1.9 299.1China Eastern Airlines China 24 103 27 074 1.1 12.3 506.7 362.3 0.5 -28.5 65.7 28.0 0.8 -57.5China Southern Airlines China 40 683 54 993 2.3 35.2 912.3 1 484.2 2.0 62.7 101.9 48.9 1.4 -52.1Continental Micronesia (d) Guam 2 380 .. .. -100.0 1.6 .. .. -100.0 0.0 .. .. -100.0Delta Air Lines USA 13 272 13 381 0.6 0.8 571.5 337.9 0.4 -40.9 128.2 4.7 0.1 -96.3Emirates Malaysia 4 765 3 262 0.1 -31.5 23.4 11.2 0.0 -52.0 - - - ..New Zealand 38 453 41 071 1.7 6.8 2 160.7 2 067.7 2.7 -4.3 0.1 - - -100.0Singapore 11 711 8 900 0.4 -24.0 560.5 719.5 1.0 28.4 3.2 2.4 0.1 -22.4Thailand 4 494 3 452 0.1 -23.2 4.0 75.0 0.1 >999.9 - - - ..United Arab Emirates 113 825 141 629 5.9 24.4 4 000.4 6 295.7 8.4 57.4 68.6 87.0 2.5 26.7Emirates ALL SERVICES 173 248 198 314 8.2 14.5 6 748.9 9 169.1 12.2 35.9 71.9 89.4 2.5 24.4Etihad Airways Singapore 1 161 1 111 0.0 -4.3 84.6 59.6 0.1 -29.6 - - - ..United Arab Emirates 44 321 43 570 1.8 -1.7 1 813.3 1 681.1 2.2 -7.3 143.6 124.8 3.5 -13.1Etihad Airways ALL SERVICES 45 482 44 681 1.8 -1.8 1 897.9 1 740.7 2.3 -8.3 143.6 124.8 3.5 -13.114


TABLE 2 SCHEDULED OPERATOR MARKET SHARES AND GROWTH: AugustTotal Passengers Total Freight (tonnes) Total Mail (tonnes)(%) of (%) (%) of (%) (%) of (%)Scheduled Operators Country to/from 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL ChangeEva Air Taiwan 3 390 2 546 0.1 -24.9 108.6 125.4 0.2 15.4 7.4 10.0 0.3 36.2Federal Express Corporation China .. .. .. .. 50.4 1.1 0.0 -97.8 - - - ..USA .. .. .. .. 1 688.6 685.4 0.9 -59.4 20.0 17.7 0.5 -11.2Federal Express Corporation ALL SERVICES - - - .. 1 739.0 686.5 0.9 -60.5 20.0 17.7 0.5 -11.2Garuda Indonesia Indonesia 47 467 55 460 2.3 16.8 725.9 751.5 1.0 3.5 6.4 28.5 0.8 345.6Hainan Airlines (e) China 3 112 .. .. -100.0 132.2 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..Hawaiian Airlines USA 10 364 14 632 0.6 41.2 50.1 181.7 0.2 263.0 0.3 1.9 0.1 624.7Indonesia AirAsia Indonesia 32 701 24 480 1.0 -25.1 - - - .. - - - ..Japan Airlines Japan 12 815 12 892 0.5 0.6 391.7 338.6 0.4 -13.6 104.6 186.8 5.3 78.6Jetstar China .. 182 0.0 .. .. 0.7 0.0 .. .. - - ..Fiji 4 935 5 101 0.2 3.4 - - - .. - - - ..Indonesia 40 124 53 237 2.2 32.7 286.4 346.0 0.5 20.8 0.5 0.6 0.0 27.3Japan 42 806 48 630 2.0 13.6 628.4 594.6 0.8 -5.4 21.4 46.6 1.3 117.4New Zealand 61 065 48 776 2.0 -20.1 56.3 39.1 0.1 -30.6 26.5 28.0 0.8 5.7Philippines 3 035 3 865 0.2 27.3 - - - .. - - - ..Singapore 25 105 24 114 1.0 -3.9 371.3 497.5 0.7 34.0 16.4 8.4 0.2 -48.7Thailand 13 246 12 469 0.5 -5.9 285.2 339.7 0.5 19.1 2.2 17.7 0.5 716.3USA 11 287 13 308 0.6 17.9 200.8 246.6 0.3 22.8 6.6 6.7 0.2 1.9Vietnam 2 289 .. .. -100.0 10.9 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..Jetstar ALL SERVICES 203 892 209 682 8.7 2.8 1 839.3 2 064.1 2.7 12.2 73.6 108.0 3.0 46.8Jetstar Asia Singapore 9 094 8 532 0.4 -6.2 - - - .. - - - ..Korean Air Korea 25 126 25 977 1.1 3.4 1 507.0 620.5 0.8 -58.8 107.8 97.6 2.8 -9.5LAN Airlines Chile 5 222 4 123 0.2 -21.0 362.3 396.0 0.5 9.3 13.3 5.7 0.2 -57.2New Zealand 4 741 3 936 0.2 -17.0 80.1 48.5 0.1 -39.5 1.3 0.0 0.0 -99.8LAN Airlines ALL SERVICES 9 963 8 059 0.3 -19.1 442.4 444.5 0.6 0.5 14.6 5.7 0.2 -61.0Malaysia Airlines China .. - - .. .. 188.5 0.3 .. .. - - ..Indonesia - .. .. .. - .. .. .. - .. .. ..Malaysia 96 891 83 830 3.5 -13.5 3 923.8 4 719.4 6.3 20.3 24.7 23.2 0.7 -6.1Malaysia Airlines ALL SERVICES 96 891 83 830 3.5 -13.5 3 923.8 4 907.9 6.5 25.1 24.7 23.2 0.7 -6.1Our Airline Nauru 340 537 0.0 57.9 9.7 9.0 0.0 -7.2 0.5 0.4 0.0 -16.7Solomon Islands 8 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. .. - .. .. ..Our Airline ALL SERVICES 348 537 0.0 54.3 9.7 9.0 0.0 -7.2 0.5 0.4 0.0 -16.7Pacific Air Express (f) Papua New Guinea .. .. .. .. 68.3 111.4 0.1 63.0 - - - ..Solomon Islands .. .. .. .. 73.8 74.4 0.1 0.8 - - - ..Vanuatu .. .. .. .. 48.5 35.9 0.0 -25.9 - - - ..Pacific Air Express ALL SERVICES - - - .. 190.6 221.7 0.3 16.3 - - - ..Philippine Airlines Philippines 9 385 7 804 0.3 -16.8 350.2 548.1 0.7 56.5 - - - ..Polar Air Cargo (g) USA .. .. .. .. .. 629.5 0.8 .. .. - - ..Qantas Airways Argentina 5 141 .. .. -100.0 139.7 .. .. -100.0 1.1 .. .. -100.0Chile .. 6 544 0.3 .. .. 46.3 0.1 .. .. 0.1 0.0 ..China 10 955 10 592 0.4 -3.3 898.6 1 035.5 1.4 15.2 34.1 28.3 0.8 -17.0Germany 6 102 6 874 0.3 12.7 140.1 142.5 0.2 1.7 58.1 63.7 1.8 9.7Hong Kong (SAR) 43 582 47 444 2.0 8.9 1 823.2 1 837.1 2.4 0.8 54.5 50.1 1.4 -8.215


TABLE 2 SCHEDULED OPERATOR MARKET SHARES AND GROWTH: AugustTotal Passengers Total Freight (tonnes) Total Mail (tonnes)(%) of (%) (%) of (%) (%) of (%)Scheduled Operators Country to/from 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL ChangeQantas Airways India 401 .. .. -100.0 38.9 .. .. -100.0 0.8 .. .. -100.0Indonesia 5 405 6 114 0.3 13.1 230.8 128.5 0.2 -44.3 3.2 1.9 0.1 -40.3Japan 15 491 17 985 0.7 16.1 288.5 389.5 0.5 35.0 63.2 59.6 1.7 -5.8Kazakhstan .. .. .. .. 325.6 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..Korea .. .. .. .. 9.5 - - -100.0 - - - ..Macau .. .. .. .. .. 13.5 0.0 .. .. - - ..New Caledonia 3 472 3 307 0.1 -4.8 10.7 15.8 0.0 48.1 2.1 0.9 0.0 -55.3New Zealand 87 095 80 748 3.3 -7.3 2 047.0 1 793.0 2.4 -12.4 219.0 205.8 5.8 -6.0Papua New Guinea 3 736 4 236 0.2 13.4 - - - .. - - - ..Philippines 5 748 6 048 0.3 5.2 147.4 181.7 0.2 23.3 20.3 2.1 0.1 -89.6Singapore 78 026 72 716 3.0 -6.8 3 203.8 2 506.7 3.3 -21.8 239.5 196.8 5.6 -17.8South Africa 12 848 13 991 0.6 8.9 212.9 203.3 0.3 -4.5 12.0 13.4 0.4 11.4Thailand 6 875 13 435 0.6 95.4 288.0 325.8 0.4 13.1 14.6 117.5 3.3 706.0UK 33 256 23 228 1.0 -30.2 541.3 447.4 0.6 -17.3 199.8 99.2 2.8 -50.3USA 88 753 98 461 4.1 10.9 2 619.8 2 845.4 3.8 8.6 408.3 402.0 11.4 -1.5Vietnam .. .. .. .. 0.7 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..Qantas Airways ALL SERVICES 406 886 411 723 17.0 1.2 12 966.3 11 911.9 15.8 -8.1 1 330.7 1 241.5 35.1 -6.7Qatar Airways Qatar 11 836 16 286 0.7 37.6 909.3 1 383.0 1.8 52.1 5.0 10.0 0.3 100.2Royal Brunei Airlines Brunei 17 812 10 213 0.4 -42.7 401.8 625.5 0.8 55.7 0.1 2.5 0.1 >999.9Scoot (h) Singapore .. 31 963 1.3 .. .. 664.5 0.9 .. .. - - ..Silk Air (i) Singapore .. 3 108 0.1 .. .. 13.6 0.0 .. .. 0.0 0.0 ..Singapore Airlines New Zealand .. .. .. .. 963.0 762.8 1.0 -20.8 - - - ..Singapore 195 956 206 993 8.6 5.6 10 867.7 10 683.8 14.2 -1.7 348.4 311.9 8.8 -10.5Singapore Airlines ALL SERVICES 195 956 206 993 8.6 5.6 11 830.7 11 446.6 15.2 -3.2 348.4 311.9 8.8 -10.5Solomon Airlines Solomon Islands 2 945 3 181 0.1 8.0 21.5 47.3 0.1 120.6 - - - ..South African Airways South Africa 8 860 9 357 0.4 5.6 287.7 357.7 0.5 24.3 4.0 2.7 0.1 -32.6Tasman Cargo Airlines New Zealand .. .. .. .. 876.8 810.7 1.1 -7.5 - - - ..Thai Airways International Thailand 79 773 84 106 3.5 5.4 3 689.8 3 185.7 4.2 -13.7 177.5 215.0 6.1 21.2Tiger Airways Singapore 7 472 10 213 0.4 36.7 - - - .. - - - ..United Airlines Guam .. 1 315 0.1 .. .. 1.5 0.0 .. .. 0.0 0.0 ..USA 33 825 38 177 1.6 12.9 466.1 455.7 0.6 -2.2 269.7 174.7 4.9 -35.2United Airlines ALL SERVICES 33 825 39 492 1.6 16.8 466.1 457.2 0.6 -1.9 269.7 174.7 4.9 -35.2United Parcel Service China .. .. .. .. 3.0 53.7 0.1 >999.9 - - - ..Hong Kong (SAR) .. .. .. .. .. 9.2 0.0 .. .. - - ..Singapore .. .. .. .. 83.9 31.7 0.0 -62.2 - - - ..Taiwan .. .. .. .. 25.0 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..USA .. .. .. .. 2 016.4 1 864.9 2.5 -7.5 - - - ..United Parcel Service ALL SERVICES - - - .. 2 128.3 1 959.6 2.6 -7.9 - - - ..V Australia (j) United Arab Emirates 7 174 .. .. -100.0 99.6 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..USA 35 421 .. .. -100.0 1 021.7 .. .. -100.0 - .. .. ..V Australia ALL SERVICES 42 595 - - -100.0 1 121.3 - - -100.0 - - - ..Vietnam Airlines (k) Vietnam 18 318 21 439 0.9 17.0 582.8 570.0 0.8 -2.2 - - - ..Virgin Atlantic Airways Hong Kong (SAR) 7 095 7 348 0.3 3.6 587.5 793.4 1.1 35.0 - - - ..16


TABLE 2 SCHEDULED OPERATOR MARKET SHARES AND GROWTH: AugustTotal Passengers Total Freight (tonnes) Total Mail (tonnes)(%) of (%) (%) of (%) (%) of (%)Scheduled Operators Country to/from 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL Change 2011 2012 TOTAL ChangeVirgin Atlantic Airways UK 4 891 6 573 0.3 34.4 173.6 58.6 0.1 -66.2 - - - ..Virgin Atlantic Airways ALL SERVICES 11 986 13 921 0.6 16.1 761.1 852.0 1.1 11.9 - - - ..Virgin Australia (j) Fiji 29 927 28 021 1.2 -6.4 8.9 29.2 0.0 229.5 - - - ..Indonesia 42 953 45 011 1.9 4.8 - - - .. - - - ..New Zealand 71 276 80 627 3.3 13.1 109.0 112.1 0.1 2.8 - - - ..Papua New Guinea 3 433 4 159 0.2 21.1 11.9 28.6 0.0 139.2 - - - ..Solomon Islands 1 338 1 287 0.1 -3.8 5.9 11.0 0.0 87.2 - - - ..Thailand 3 939 3 967 0.2 0.7 - - - .. - - - ..Tonga 2 307 2 163 0.1 -6.2 3.4 1.9 0.0 -43.6 - - - ..United Arab Emirates .. 6 047 0.3 .. .. 139.3 0.2 .. .. - - ..USA .. 36 829 1.5 .. .. 1 124.0 1.5 .. .. - - ..Vanuatu 3 584 3 943 0.2 10.0 11.4 11.2 0.0 -1.5 - - - ..Virgin Australia ALL SERVICES 158 757 212 054 8.8 33.6 150.4 1 457.2 1.9 868.8 - - - ..Virgin Samoa (l) Western Samoa 3 434 4 055 0.2 18.1 2.1 3.0 0.0 41.2 - - - ..TOTAL 2 308 924 2 418 442 100.0 4.7 74 076.3 75 268.4 100.0 1.6 3 858.0 3 540.4 100.0 -8.2Please refer to explanatory notes - paragraphs 3, 6 and 13 in particular.(a) Service ceased August 2012.(b) Reported as Strategic Airlines prior to November 2011. Service ceased February 2012.(c) Data under review for current month.(d) Included with United Airlines for March 2012 and onwards.(e) Service ceased February 2012.(f) Data not received for the current month. Missing data has been estimated.(g) Service recommenced July 2012.(h) Service commenced June 2012.(i) Service recommenced March 2012.(j) Pacific Blue and V Australia were re-branded as Virgin Australia in December 2011. Figures for V Australia which operated under its own airline code are shown separatelyprior to December 2011 and should be added to Virgin Australia figures if calculating changes in market share between the two periods shown in this table.(k) The split of inbound passenger movements from Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi to Sydney has been estimated for June 2010 and onwards.(l) Polynesian Blue was re-branded as Virgin Samoa in December 2011.17


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalAuckland Adelaide 2 098 2 167 4 265 2 143 2 266 4 409 16.8 6.9 23.6 21.1 6.3 27.5Denpasar 2 781 3 007 5 788 3 124 3 468 6 592 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Hong Kong 3 621 3 171 6 792 3 108 2 887 5 995 112.2 192.3 304.6 141.3 192.2 333.5Kuala Lumpur 6 470 6 019 12 489 5 781 4 860 10 641 233.9 61.9 295.9 384.7 267.4 652.1Singapore 10 683 9 960 20 643 10 468 11 252 21 720 506.7 401.6 908.4 510.4 335.7 846.1Total Adelaide 25 653 24 324 49 977 24 624 24 733 49 357 869.7 662.8 1 532.5 1 057.5 801.7 1 859.2Abu Dhabi Brisbane 2 040 2 173 4 213 1 880 1 993 3 873 72.8 123.5 196.3 75.9 49.9 125.8Apia 361 405 766 499 614 1 113 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Auckland 35 516 35 958 71 474 34 249 33 765 68 014 587.6 784.8 1 372.4 772.9 655.1 1 428.0Bandar Seri Begawan 4 499 4 652 9 151 0 0 0 99.6 80.6 180.2 0.0 0.0 0.0Bangkok 6 077 6 211 12 288 6 486 6 621 13 107 445.6 266.5 712.2 342.1 211.5 553.6Beijing 0 0 0 799 733 1 532 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Bombay 218 183 401 0 0 0 37.4 1.5 38.9 0.0 0.0 0.0Christchurch 13 585 14 487 28 072 9 753 10 799 20 552 32.1 26.7 58.9 42.5 23.4 65.9Dallas 2 688 0 2 688 5 165 0 5 165 7.4 0.0 7.4 47.2 0.0 47.2Denpasar 6 667 7 307 13 974 5 748 6 601 12 349 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Dubai 10 055 11 971 22 026 11 878 14 020 25 898 351.5 199.8 551.3 385.8 296.2 682.0Dunedin 2 839 2 788 5 627 2 878 3 035 5 913 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Espiritu Santo 207 315 522 176 212 388 0.5 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2 0.3Guangzhou 2 562 3 051 5 613 3 029 3 312 6 341 94.0 1.0 95.0 182.7 5.5 188.2Hamilton 1 187 1 260 2 447 1 293 1 527 2 820 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Hong Kong 10 945 12 516 23 461 10 895 12 752 23 647 730.9 362.2 1 093.0 745.2 339.3 1 084.6Honiara 2 196 2 095 4 291 2 309 2 159 4 468 6.2 95.0 101.1 53.0 79.7 132.7Kuala Lumpur 4 075 4 615 8 690 4 217 4 043 8 260 226.0 77.5 303.4 328.0 113.4 441.4Los Angeles 10 909 13 961 24 870 11 763 14 012 25 775 462.0 128.8 590.8 461.6 152.8 614.4Manila 869 589 1 458 684 787 1 471 2.8 3.9 6.6 1.4 2.2 3.6Nadi 8 588 8 993 17 581 8 027 8 218 16 245 68.1 38.3 106.4 11.8 22.6 34.4Nauru 196 144 340 312 225 537 0.4 9.2 9.7 0.2 8.8 9.0Noumea 1 219 1 230 2 449 1 514 1 131 2 645 0.2 14.6 14.7 0.1 16.2 16.3Phuket 1 803 1 663 3 466 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Port Moresby 7 331 7 583 14 914 7 661 7 594 15 255 54.2 343.5 397.7 69.6 479.4 549.0Port Vila 2 946 2 951 5 897 2 859 3 084 5 943 55.5 27.7 83.2 62.3 27.3 89.5Queenstown 3 874 4 362 8 236 4 196 4 460 8 656 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1Seoul 3 340 4 419 7 759 3 862 4 254 8 116 41.2 122.2 163.5 27.9 64.4 92.3Singapore 26 915 28 977 55 892 30 415 34 198 64 613 1 459.9 1 450.4 2 910.3 1 532.4 1 383.7 2 916.1Taipei 4 583 5 421 10 004 3 336 4 744 8 080 196.5 77.6 274.1 141.7 115.6 257.3Wellington 8 122 8 509 16 631 7 382 7 376 14 758 2.8 3.9 6.7 0.0 0.0 0.0Total Brisbane 186 412 198 789 385 201 183 265 192 269 375 534 5 035.3 4 239.4 9 274.7 5 284.3 4 047.4 9 331.7Auckland Cairns 4 966 5 358 10 324 4 858 5 153 10 011 12.5 2.4 14.9 10.5 4.9 15.4Denpasar 0 0 0 134 0 134 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Guam 1 082 1 298 2 380 590 725 1 315 0.1 1.5 1.6 0.0 1.5 1.5Hong Kong 2 956 3 619 6 575 3 113 3 568 6 681 25.2 196.7 221.9 23.6 233.8 257.4Osaka 3 618 3 888 7 506 5 761 6 393 12 154 64.0 37.9 101.8 68.9 10.4 79.4Port Moresby 4 137 4 005 8 142 4 333 3 725 8 058 5.1 17.5 22.5 3.5 18.5 22.0Rabaul 0 0 0 277 267 544 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 9.5 10.522


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalSingapore Cairns 1 463 1 636 3 099 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Tokyo 7 065 7 715 14 780 7 001 7 540 14 541 160.8 31.6 192.4 66.9 12.3 79.2Total Cairns 25 287 27 519 52 806 26 067 27 371 53 438 267.6 287.5 555.1 174.4 290.9 465.4Denpasar Darwin 7 884 9 545 17 429 5 198 4 920 10 118 4.8 0.1 4.9 1.9 0.0 1.9Ho Chi Minh City 1 004 1 285 2 289 0 0 0 10.5 0.4 10.9 0.0 0.0 0.0Manila 1 359 1 676 3 035 1 847 2 018 3 865 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Singapore 3 997 3 969 7 966 6 213 7 168 13 381 11.3 14.2 25.5 10.6 3.7 14.2Tokyo 0 0 0 97 94 191 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Total Darwin 14 244 16 475 30 719 13 355 14 200 27 555 26.6 14.7 41.3 12.5 3.7 16.1Auckland Gold Coast 10 499 11 235 21 734 9 927 10 357 20 284 1.4 4.0 5.3 3.0 6.4 9.4Christchurch 2 568 2 581 5 149 3 246 3 263 6 509 0.2 2.8 3.0 0.2 4.1 4.2Kuala Lumpur 7 030 6 260 13 290 6 200 5 805 12 005 146.7 9.7 156.3 80.2 0.8 81.0Osaka 5 370 5 553 10 923 3 721 3 950 7 671 130.6 45.9 176.5 75.8 37.1 112.9Queenstown 911 1 175 2 086 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Singapore 0 0 0 6 647 6 550 13 197 0.0 0.0 0.0 161.7 8.6 170.3Tokyo 4 299 4 695 8 994 6 269 7 121 13 390 113.3 44.5 157.7 188.3 51.5 239.8Total Gold Coast 30 677 31 499 62 176 36 010 37 046 73 056 392.1 106.9 499.0 509.1 108.4 617.5Abu Dhabi Melbourne 7 409 7 107 14 516 7 280 6 961 14 241 308.4 412.9 721.3 258.4 430.3 688.7Anchorage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Astana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 325.6 325.6 0.0 0.0 0.0Auckland 33 913 33 308 67 221 35 093 32 492 67 585 1 126.8 877.8 2 004.6 1 385.2 930.0 2 315.2Bandar Seri Begawan 2 560 2 342 4 902 4 871 5 342 10 213 85.1 129.9 215.0 252.8 372.6 625.5Bangkok 17 691 17 375 35 066 17 964 18 427 36 391 1 060.5 502.6 1 563.1 927.5 472.7 1 400.2Beijing 1 567 1 763 3 330 1 890 1 853 3 743 32.5 53.0 85.5 18.1 53.8 71.9Chicago 312 474 786 121 0 121 112.4 0.6 113.0 151.1 0.0 151.1Christchurch 8 964 10 106 19 070 8 849 9 415 18 264 46.5 38.6 85.1 38.0 48.1 86.1Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 83.5 0.0 83.5Denpasar 12 184 11 025 23 209 14 724 14 056 28 780 191.1 15.4 206.5 215.1 39.6 254.7Doha 5 773 6 063 11 836 5 789 6 096 11 885 313.4 595.8 909.3 327.0 620.1 947.1Dubai 14 603 15 792 30 395 17 601 18 554 36 155 802.9 1 102.2 1 905.1 898.9 1 538.2 2 437.1Guangzhou 6 140 6 820 12 960 8 606 8 862 17 468 118.6 1.7 120.3 425.0 18.6 443.6Hanoi 465 721 1 186 531 960 1 491 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.0 7.6 7.6Ho Chi Minh City 4 374 3 298 7 672 5 465 4 049 9 514 253.0 15.4 268.4 247.7 18.8 266.5Hohhot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 86.7 86.7 0.0 0.0 0.0Hong Kong 19 250 21 009 40 259 20 255 22 974 43 229 2 158.5 1 133.2 3 291.7 1 748.8 822.5 2 571.3Honolulu 0 108 108 0 115 115 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Jakarta 2 257 1 523 3 780 3 394 2 749 6 143 97.1 38.6 135.8 96.7 36.6 133.3Kuala Lumpur 25 569 24 281 49 850 24 466 22 720 47 186 921.1 489.8 1 410.9 1 224.3 462.3 1 686.5London 6 893 8 550 15 443 5 183 5 603 10 786 140.1 44.9 185.0 141.6 29.8 171.4Los Angeles 16 382 19 148 35 530 18 666 21 225 39 891 217.6 253.4 471.0 215.9 270.4 486.3Manila 2 058 1 855 3 913 1 685 1 644 3 329 113.5 29.7 143.2 213.1 39.2 252.3Mauritius 741 787 1 528 0 0 0 20.1 6.5 26.6 0.0 0.0 0.0Nadi 6 083 6 219 12 302 6 950 7 489 14 439 129.5 59.4 188.9 28.8 18.7 47.5New Delhi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 109.1 0.0 109.1 126.5 0.0 126.523


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalPhuket Melbourne 1 817 1 768 3 585 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Port Vila 366 365 731 627 512 1 139 0.6 0.1 0.7 0.1 0.1 0.3Queenstown 3 599 3 714 7 313 4 930 5 212 10 142 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1Seoul 1 796 2 284 4 080 2 140 2 440 4 580 42.3 164.3 206.7 0.0 177.2 177.2Shanghai 7 200 7 247 14 447 7 669 8 369 16 038 225.5 117.9 343.4 269.5 74.4 343.9Singapore 43 349 41 300 84 649 40 321 42 185 82 506 2 459.2 1 718.2 4 177.4 2 503.4 1 903.0 4 406.3Tianjin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Wellington 6 131 5 625 11 756 6 275 5 602 11 877 15.4 11.6 27.0 20.6 12.4 33.0Total Melbourne 259 446 261 977 521 423 271 345 275 906 547 251 11 101.2 8 226.4 19 327.6 11 817.7 8 396.9 20 214.7Auckland Norfolk Island 331 311 642 304 286 590 5.2 0.1 5.2 4.0 0.9 4.9Total Norfolk Island 331 311 642 304 286 590 5.2 0.1 5.2 4.0 0.9 4.9Auckland Perth 4 901 4 797 9 698 6 253 5 913 12 166 225.5 118.9 344.4 218.1 165.9 384.1Bandar Seri Begawan 2 017 1 742 3 759 0 0 0 4.0 2.5 6.5 0.0 0.0 0.0Bangkok 4 472 4 142 8 614 4 949 4 502 9 451 200.6 136.4 337.1 241.6 138.7 380.3Beijing 0 0 0 536 307 843 0.0 0.0 0.0 14.2 0.0 14.2Denpasar 36 418 32 529 68 947 36 424 36 780 73 204 22.4 2.9 25.3 1.3 2.5 3.7Doha 0 0 0 1 854 2 547 4 401 0.0 0.0 0.0 266.8 169.0 435.9Dubai 13 707 14 032 27 739 15 791 15 620 31 411 415.5 138.1 553.6 705.2 297.5 1 002.7Guangzhou 0 0 0 1 989 1 788 3 777 0.0 0.0 0.0 97.6 7.1 104.7Hong Kong 8 538 9 098 17 636 8 713 9 352 18 065 391.6 225.3 616.9 444.5 225.9 670.4Jakarta 1 040 1 006 2 046 1 623 1 537 3 160 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Johannesburg 4 691 4 169 8 860 4 615 4 742 9 357 80.6 207.1 287.7 131.0 226.7 357.7Kota Kinabalu 1 118 964 2 082 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Kuala Lumpur 18 329 15 002 33 331 19 019 16 544 35 563 542.0 141.5 683.5 703.6 174.7 878.3Mauritius 709 859 1 568 1 649 2 036 3 685 33.1 5.6 38.7 54.3 8.2 62.5Phuket 3 963 4 106 8 069 3 378 3 142 6 520 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.0 0.0 0.0Singapore 39 627 35 137 74 764 37 496 37 617 75 113 1 419.5 1 083.7 2 503.2 1 603.7 1 247.6 2 851.3Total Perth 139 530 127 583 267 113 144 289 142 427 286 716 3 334.9 2 062.2 5 397.1 4 481.9 2 663.8 7 145.8Abu Dhabi Sydney 16 478 16 288 32 766 15 751 15 752 31 503 528.2 467.1 995.3 572.4 433.6 1 005.9Anchorage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Apia 1 392 1 276 2 668 1 574 1 368 2 942 0.3 1.8 2.1 2.2 0.8 3.0Astana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Auckland 49 476 51 759 101 235 50 386 48 368 98 754 1 875.0 3 304.7 5 179.7 1 884.8 2 715.4 4 600.2Bangkok 24 139 19 963 44 102 23 483 21 960 45 443 1 133.6 456.0 1 589.6 765.2 652.2 1 417.4Beijing 4 909 5 016 9 925 5 619 6 105 11 724 74.6 144.2 218.8 107.1 108.3 215.4Buenos Aires 3 474 3 858 7 332 2 110 2 218 4 328 121.0 42.2 163.2 4.3 19.7 24.0Chicago 667 932 1 599 175 0 175 700.0 9.2 709.2 969.7 1.8 971.5Chongqing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.3 8.3Christchurch 17 394 16 873 34 267 16 642 15 945 32 587 614.4 180.6 795.0 678.7 92.2 770.8Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 454.1 0.0 454.1Dallas 1 742 5 184 6 926 2 641 10 053 12 694 29.2 37.6 66.8 20.1 28.5 48.6Denpasar 13 523 11 555 25 078 15 137 14 278 29 415 308.0 12.9 320.9 408.9 5.8 414.7Dubai 16 505 17 160 33 665 23 730 24 435 48 165 592.0 398.3 990.3 1 603.7 570.1 2 173.9Frankfurt 2 969 3 133 6 102 3 123 3 751 6 874 124.2 15.9 140.1 127.3 15.2 142.5Guangzhou 11 073 11 037 22 110 12 373 12 659 25 032 677.4 72.9 750.3 726.1 8.6 734.724


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalHangzhou Sydney 433 493 926 0 0 0 33.9 0.7 34.7 0.0 0.0 0.0Hanoi 883 837 1 720 986 840 1 826 0.0 5.2 5.2 0.0 1.7 1.7Ho Chi Minh City 4 313 3 427 7 740 4 649 3 959 8 608 274.2 35.2 309.4 261.8 32.4 294.2Hohhot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Hong Kong 35 076 39 308 74 384 35 364 40 347 75 711 3 663.5 682.0 4 345.5 3 255.3 883.6 4 138.9Honolulu 13 375 13 569 26 944 16 286 17 168 33 454 271.5 69.3 340.8 482.0 100.3 582.3Jakarta 7 761 5 448 13 209 7 451 6 956 14 407 371.7 178.0 549.6 302.0 115.7 417.7Johannesburg 6 809 6 039 12 848 7 142 6 849 13 991 152.2 60.7 212.9 126.4 76.9 203.3Kota Kinabalu 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Kuala Lumpur 15 105 13 864 28 969 22 702 19 781 42 483 1 395.1 271.8 1 667.0 1 641.5 408.0 2 049.5London 16 153 20 277 36 430 13 104 15 788 28 892 1 005.4 151.0 1 156.5 640.4 95.2 735.6Los Angeles 33 595 38 621 72 216 32 150 38 207 70 357 2 661.1 585.4 3 246.5 1 552.5 540.1 2 092.6Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 016.4 0.0 2 016.4 1 864.9 0.0 1 864.9Macau 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.5 13.5Manila 5 010 4 752 9 762 4 954 4 098 9 052 231.3 116.4 347.7 278.0 195.8 473.8Mauritius 319 400 719 0 0 0 27.9 4.4 32.3 0.0 0.0 0.0Nadi 19 854 19 481 39 335 19 231 19 441 38 672 401.6 207.5 609.1 240.8 198.3 439.1New Delhi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0New York 2 904 3 461 6 365 4 326 5 016 9 342 514.4 20.6 534.9 547.7 33.2 580.9Noumea 4 532 3 421 7 953 3 922 3 343 7 265 3.9 115.2 119.1 3.1 85.9 88.9Osaka 320 283 603 212 390 602 0.0 0.0 0.0 71.9 3.6 75.5Paris 49 86 135 8 21 29 0.0 14.0 14.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Phuket 3 558 3 343 6 901 3 311 3 206 6 517 127.3 8.2 135.5 169.8 4.9 174.6Port Moresby 511 700 1 211 730 639 1 369 35.9 36.6 72.5 2.1 0.8 3.0Port Vila 3 125 2 949 6 074 3 363 3 378 6 741 4.5 22.5 27.0 5.9 23.2 29.1Queenstown 7 689 7 742 15 431 8 469 9 096 17 565 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1Rarotonga 756 761 1 517 732 604 1 336 0.9 2.9 3.8 0.6 27.5 28.0Rotorua 869 850 1 719 268 287 555 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1San Francisco 6 397 8 493 14 890 7 942 9 757 17 699 1.2 267.5 268.7 35.1 232.2 267.3Santiago 2 553 2 669 5 222 5 100 5 567 10 667 233.5 128.8 362.3 269.5 172.7 442.2Seoul 11 973 13 427 25 400 12 995 14 611 27 606 930.6 510.6 1 441.2 324.3 265.4 589.7Shanghai 13 151 13 824 26 975 14 201 14 870 29 071 891.4 304.6 1 196.0 1 226.4 226.8 1 453.1Shenzhen 1 028 1 158 2 186 0 0 0 83.5 14.0 97.5 0.0 53.7 53.7Singapore 44 529 41 578 86 107 51 267 51 413 102 680 3 874.5 961.1 4 835.6 3 367.5 698.6 4 066.0St Denis de la Reunion 485 604 1 089 271 390 661 0.1 13.4 13.5 0.0 1.1 1.1Taipei 4 207 4 782 8 989 3 880 4 465 8 345 63.8 59.0 122.7 136.7 70.3 207.0Tianjin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Tokyo 13 080 15 226 28 306 14 209 16 749 30 958 369.7 310.5 680.2 417.3 318.7 735.9Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 160.3 0.0 160.3 0.0 0.0 0.0Tongatapu 1 177 1 130 2 307 976 1 187 2 163 1.9 1.5 3.4 1.5 0.4 1.9Toronto 1 496 1 232 2 728 1 307 1 230 2 537 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Vancouver 5 353 6 358 11 711 5 630 6 731 12 361 289.8 230.7 520.4 326.4 152.2 478.6Wellington 10 357 10 974 21 331 11 108 10 679 21 787 11.5 28.5 40.0 21.4 22.8 44.2Total Sydney 462 526 475 601 938 127 490 990 513 955 1 004 945 26 882.6 10 561.2 37 443.7 25 897.3 9 715.9 35 613.1Denpasar Townsville 400 340 740 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.025


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalTotal Townsville 400 340 740 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Abu Dhabi Australia 25 927 25 568 51 495 24 911 24 706 49 617 909.4 1 003.5 1 912.9 906.7 913.7 1 820.4Anchorage 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Apia 1 753 1 681 3 434 2 073 1 982 4 055 0.3 1.8 2.1 2.2 0.8 3.0Astana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 325.6 325.6 0.0 0.0 0.0Auckland 141 700 144 893 286 593 143 213 138 600 281 813 3 850.6 5 099.6 8 950.2 4 299.7 4 484.9 8 784.7Bandar Seri Begawan 9 076 8 736 17 812 4 871 5 342 10 213 188.7 213.1 401.8 252.8 372.6 625.5Bangkok 52 379 47 691 100 070 52 882 51 510 104 392 2 840.4 1 361.5 4 201.9 2 276.3 1 475.2 3 751.5Beijing 6 476 6 779 13 255 8 844 8 998 17 842 107.1 197.2 304.3 139.3 162.1 301.4Bombay 218 183 401 0 0 0 37.4 1.5 38.9 0.0 0.0 0.0Buenos Aires 3 474 3 858 7 332 2 110 2 218 4 328 121.0 42.2 163.2 4.3 19.7 24.0Chicago 979 1 406 2 385 296 0 296 812.4 9.9 822.3 1 120.8 1.8 1 122.6Chongqing 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 8.3 8.3Christchurch 42 511 44 047 86 558 38 490 39 422 77 912 693.2 248.8 942.0 759.3 167.8 927.1Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 537.6 0.0 537.6Dallas 4 430 5 184 9 614 7 806 10 053 17 859 36.6 37.6 74.2 67.2 28.5 95.8Denpasar 79 857 75 308 155 165 80 489 80 103 160 592 526.4 31.3 557.7 627.2 47.8 675.0Doha 5 773 6 063 11 836 7 643 8 643 16 286 313.4 595.8 909.3 593.9 789.1 1 383.0Dubai 54 870 58 955 113 825 69 000 72 629 141 629 2 162.0 1 838.4 4 000.4 3 593.6 2 702.0 6 295.7Dunedin 2 839 2 788 5 627 2 878 3 035 5 913 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Espiritu Santo 207 315 522 176 212 388 0.5 0.2 0.7 0.2 0.2 0.3Frankfurt 2 969 3 133 6 102 3 123 3 751 6 874 124.2 15.9 140.1 127.3 15.2 142.5Guam 1 082 1 298 2 380 590 725 1 315 0.1 1.5 1.6 0.0 1.5 1.5Guangzhou 19 775 20 908 40 683 25 997 26 621 52 618 890.0 75.6 965.7 1 431.3 39.8 1 471.1Hamilton 1 187 1 260 2 447 1 293 1 527 2 820 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Hangzhou 433 493 926 0 0 0 33.9 0.7 34.7 0.0 0.0 0.0Hanoi 1 348 1 558 2 906 1 517 1 800 3 317 0.0 5.7 5.7 0.0 9.3 9.3Ho Chi Minh City 9 691 8 010 17 701 10 114 8 008 18 122 537.7 51.1 588.8 509.4 51.2 560.7Hohhot 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 86.7 86.7 0.0 0.0 0.0Hong Kong 80 386 88 721 169 107 81 448 91 880 173 328 7 081.9 2 791.7 9 873.7 6 358.8 2 697.3 9 056.1Honiara 2 196 2 095 4 291 2 309 2 159 4 468 6.2 95.0 101.1 53.0 79.7 132.7Honolulu 13 375 13 677 27 052 16 286 17 283 33 569 271.5 69.3 340.8 482.0 100.3 582.3Jakarta 11 058 7 977 19 035 12 468 11 242 23 710 468.8 216.6 685.4 398.7 152.3 551.0Johannesburg 11 500 10 208 21 708 11 757 11 591 23 348 232.8 267.8 500.6 257.4 303.6 561.0Kota Kinabalu 1 118 964 2 082 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Kuala Lumpur 76 578 70 041 146 619 82 385 73 753 156 138 3 464.9 1 052.2 4 517.1 4 362.2 1 426.5 5 788.7London 23 046 28 827 51 873 18 287 21 391 39 678 1 145.6 195.9 1 341.5 782.0 125.0 907.0Los Angeles 60 886 71 730 132 616 62 579 73 444 136 023 3 340.8 967.5 4 308.3 2 229.9 963.3 3 193.2Louisville 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 016.4 0.0 2 016.4 1 864.9 0.0 1 864.9Macau 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.5 13.5Manila 9 296 8 872 18 168 9 170 8 547 17 717 347.6 150.0 497.6 492.5 237.2 729.8Mauritius 1 769 2 046 3 815 1 649 2 036 3 685 81.0 16.6 97.6 54.3 8.2 62.5Nadi 34 525 34 693 69 218 34 208 35 148 69 356 599.2 305.2 904.4 281.5 239.5 521.0Nauru 196 144 340 312 225 537 0.4 9.2 9.7 0.2 8.8 9.0New Delhi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.026


TABLE 5 SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC BY CITY PAIRS: AugustPassengersFreight (tonnes)Foreign Australian 2011 2012 2011 2012Port Port Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound Total Inbound Outbound TotalNew York Australia 2 904 3 461 6 365 4 326 5 016 9 342 623.4 20.6 644.0 674.2 33.2 707.4Noumea 5 751 4 651 10 402 5 436 4 474 9 910 4.1 129.7 133.8 3.2 102.1 105.2Osaka 9 308 9 724 19 032 9 694 10 733 20 427 194.5 83.8 278.3 216.6 51.1 267.8Paris 49 86 135 8 21 29 0.0 14.0 14.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Phuket 11 141 10 880 22 021 6 689 6 348 13 037 127.3 8.4 135.7 169.8 4.9 174.6Port Moresby 11 979 12 288 24 267 12 724 11 958 24 682 95.2 397.5 492.7 75.2 498.7 573.9Port Vila 6 437 6 265 12 702 6 849 6 974 13 823 60.6 50.3 111.0 68.3 50.6 118.9Queenstown 16 073 16 993 33 066 17 595 18 768 36 363 0.2 0.0 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.3Rabaul 0 0 0 277 267 544 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 9.5 10.5Rarotonga 756 761 1 517 732 604 1 336 0.9 2.9 3.8 0.6 27.5 28.0Rotorua 869 850 1 719 268 287 555 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1San Francisco 6 397 8 493 14 890 7 942 9 757 17 699 1.2 267.5 268.7 35.1 232.2 267.3Santiago 2 553 2 669 5 222 5 100 5 567 10 667 233.5 128.8 362.3 269.5 172.7 442.2Seoul 17 109 20 130 37 239 18 997 21 305 40 302 1 014.1 797.2 1 811.3 352.2 507.0 859.2Shanghai 20 351 21 071 41 422 21 870 23 239 45 109 1 117.0 422.5 1 539.4 1 495.9 301.1 1 797.0Shenzhen 1 028 1 158 2 186 0 0 0 83.5 14.0 97.5 0.0 53.7 53.7Singapore 170 563 162 557 333 120 182 827 190 383 373 210 9 731.1 5 629.2 15 360.3 9 689.6 5 580.8 15 270.4St Denis de la Reunion 485 604 1 089 271 390 661 0.1 13.4 13.5 0.0 1.1 1.1Taipei 8 790 10 203 18 993 7 216 9 209 16 425 260.2 136.6 396.8 278.4 185.9 464.3Tianjin 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Tokyo 24 444 27 636 52 080 27 576 31 504 59 080 643.8 386.5 1 030.3 672.5 382.4 1 055.0Toledo 0 0 0 0 0 0 160.3 0.0 160.3 0.0 0.0 0.0Tongatapu 1 177 1 130 2 307 976 1 187 2 163 1.9 1.5 3.4 1.5 0.4 1.9Toronto 1 496 1 232 2 728 1 307 1 230 2 537 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0Vancouver 5 353 6 358 11 711 5 630 6 731 12 361 289.8 230.7 520.4 326.4 152.2 478.6Wellington 24 610 25 108 49 718 24 765 23 657 48 422 29.7 44.0 73.7 42.0 35.2 77.2Total Australia 1 144 506 1 164 418 2 308 924 1 190 249 1 228 193 2 418 442 47 915.0 26 161.2 74 076.3 49 238.9 26 029.5 75 268.4Please refer to explanatory notes - paragraphs 3, 8 and 13 in particular.27


TABLE 6 INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES OWN STOPOVER REVENUE PASSENGERS,AUSTRALIAN CITY PAIRS: August 2012TotalCity Pair RoutePassengersMelbourne/Sydney 3 766Brisbane/Cairns 377Adelaide/Melbourne 8TOTAL 4 151Notes:1. Own Stopover Revenue Passengers : The aggregate of revenue passengers uplifted atone Australian airport and discharged (excluding transit passengers) at another Australianairport by the same foreign registered international airline on which they entered or leftAustralia.2. City Pair Route represents the aggregation of passengers travelling in both directions.3. This data is additional to the information presented in tables 1-5 which cover only thosepassengers travelling to/from overseas airports.28

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