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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for January 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 607,165 passengers
    Q Domestic 456,765 passengers
    Q Transborder 87,827 passengers
    Q International 62,573 passengers

    § FBO Traffic*: 33,542 passengers

    § Grand Total: Overall 640,707 passengers


    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 6.2%
    Q Domestic 7.1%
    Q Transborder 3.5%
    Q International 3.4%

    § FBO Traffic: 2.8%

    § Grand Total: Overall 6.0%

    *FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at YEG and not the main terminal. Most of this traffic serves energy and mining projects in the north.



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    Great news. I wonder if more airlines will consider reinstating some of the connections to the U. S.
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    Great to see!
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    Edmonton International Airport
    Passenger Statistics for February 2018 --

    Highlights:
    § Terminal Traffic: 590,464 passengers
    Q Domestic 441,651 passengers
    Q Transborder 91,072 passengers
    Q International 57,741 passengers

    § FBO Traffic*: 30,412 passengers

    § Grand Total: Overall 620,876 passengers


    Growth%:
    § Terminal: 7.3%
    Q Domestic 6.9%
    Q Transborder 9.2%
    Q International 7.6%

    § FBO Traffic: -2.0%

    § Grand Total: Overall 6.8%

    Another record month.
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    Good to see, now time to get a couple more frequencies and 1-2 more US destinations back.
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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for March 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 634,717 passengers (1,832,346 Year-to-date)

    Q Domestic 477,687 passengers (1,376,103 Year-to-date)
    Q Transborder 95,184 passengers (274,083 Year-to-date)
    Q International 61,846 passengers (182,160 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 32,410 passengers (96,364 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 667,127 passengers (1,928,710 Year-to-date)

    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 4.2% (5.9% Year-to-date)

    Q Domestic 3.2% (5.7% Year-to-date)
    Q Transborder 5.2% (6.0% Year-to-date)
    Q International 11.2% (7.3% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -10.6% (-3.6% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 3.4% (5.3% Year-to-date)


    *FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at YEG and not the main terminal. Most of this traffic serves energy and mining projects in the north.
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    Truly great numbers. I don't ever recall us passing that 600+ k regularly as we have the last while. Too bad FBO is on the decline, but that is understandable as new constructions is quite non existence now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctzn-Ed View Post
    Truly great numbers. I don't ever recall us passing that 600+ k regularly as we have the last while. Too bad FBO is on the decline, but that is understandable as new constructions is quite non existence now.
    This year should be the first year every month except February will surpass 600k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenco View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ctzn-Ed View Post
    Truly great numbers. I don't ever recall us passing that 600+ k regularly as we have the last while. Too bad FBO is on the decline, but that is understandable as new constructions is quite non existence now.
    This year should be the first year every month except February will surpass 600k.
    Well, I did my part to advocate for better air service.

    Contacted American Airlines to tell them to stop running a cramped sold out CRJ-900 on the YEG-PHX route and bring back the A319/320/321 that USA Airways used to run on the route.

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    Re: March 2018 passenger stats - Looks like transborder numbers are inching slowly but steadily upwards. The 12-month rolling total, after hitting bottom in Oct 2017 at 874,733 has increased every month since then, and stands at 895,261 in March.

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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for April 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 638,172 passengers (2,470,518 Year-to-date)

    Q Domestic 492,889 passengers (1,868,939 Year-to-date)
    Q Transborder 90,367 passengers (364,503 Year-to-date)
    Q International 54,916 passengers (237,076 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 30,718 passengers (127,082 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 668,890 passengers (2,597,600 Year-to-date)

    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 5.6% (5.8% Year-to-date)

    Q Domestic 6.8% (5.9% Year-to-date)
    Q Transborder 3.9% (5.5% Year-to-date)
    Q International -1.6% (5.1% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -4.3% (-3.7% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 5.1% (5.3% Year-to-date)

    *FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at YEG and not the main terminal. Most of this traffic serves energy and mining projects in the north.
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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for May 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 659,006 passengers (3,129,524 Year-to-date)

    Domestic 556,731 passengers (2,425,670 Year-to-date)
    Transborder 74,315 passengers (438,818 Year-to-date)
    International 27,960 passengers (265,036 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 35,576 passengers (161,956 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 694,582 passengers (3,291,480 Year-to-date)


    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 7.0% (6.0% Year-to-date)

    Domestic 6.4% (6.1% Year-to-date)
    Transborder 15% (7.0% Year-to-date)
    International -0.6% (4.4% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -8.8% (-5.3% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 6.1% (5.4% Year-to-date)
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    Curious to know the impact of Flair? Seems like good numbers
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    Very curious how they are impacting EIAs numbers. I’ll be even more curious when they launch their summer schedule in a couple days.

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    I imagine that the flight to San Francisco has been a hit!
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    Quite positive numbers.
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    556,731 domestic versus 27,960 international. With those numbers it might as well be renamed Edmonton Domestic Airport. 'International' verges on being a bit grandiose.

    Okay, 'transborder' is technically international, I guess. Hey, it's early.
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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for June 2018

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 635,121 passengers (3,764,645 Year-to-date)
    Domestic 550,970 passengers (2,976,640 Year-to-date)
    Transborder 64,901 passengers (503,719 Year-to-date)
    International 19,250 passengers (284,286 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 35,924 passengers (197,880 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 671,045 passengers (3,962,525 Year-to-date)


    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 6.3% (6.1% Year-to-date)
    Domestic 5.5% (6.0% Year-to-date)
    Transborder 20.3% (8.5% Year-to-date)
    International -10.0% (3.3% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -7.5% (-5.7% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 5.5% (5.4% Year-to-date)

    *FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at YEG and not the main terminal. Most of this traffic serves energy and mining projects in the north.
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    I think we're on our way to 7.5 million. Also, with the increase in Transborder, we could probably support our old flights to Chicago and Houston.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Cat View Post
    I think we're on our way to 7.5 million. Also, with the increase in Transborder, we could probably support our old flights to Chicago and Houston.
    I believe we still have a non stop to Houston.

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    Oops, I stand corrected.
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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for July 2018 --

    Highlights:

    Terminal Traffic: 732,953 passengers (4,499,668 Year-to-date)
    Domestic 642,152 passengers (3,620,982Year-to-date)
    Transborder 67,814 passengers (571,413 Year-to-date)
    International 22,987 passengers (307,273 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 34,948 passengers (232,828 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 767,901 passengers (4,732,496 Year-to-date)

    Growth%:

    Terminal: 6.4% (6.2% Year-to-date)
    Domestic 7.4% (6.3% Year-to-date)
    Transborder 10.4% (8.7% Year-to-date)
    International -22.1% (0.9% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: 4.5% (-4.3% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 6.3% (5.6% Year-to-date)
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    Wow! I think this is a record!
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    Every month this year is a record.
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    Glad to see the continued good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Glad to see the continued good news.
    Why would our international numbers be down so much though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by student View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MrOilers View Post
    Glad to see the continued good news.
    Why would our international numbers be down so much though?
    Icelandair went from 7x weekly last summer to 4x weekly this summer.

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    Yeah, Edmonton doesn't have a ton of International flights, so any change (more or fewer) results in big swings in percentages.

    It would be great to see that continually go up, though.

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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for August 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 793,749 passengers (5,293,417 Year-to-date)

    Domestic 693,596 passengers (4,314,578 Year-to-date)
    Transborder 76,408 passengers (647,821 Year-to-date)
    International 23,745 passengers (331,018 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 37,244 passengers (270,072 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 830,993 passengers (5,563,489 Year-to-date)


    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 9.8% (6.7% Year-to-date)

    Domestic 9.6% (6.8% Year-to-date)
    Transborder 25.0% (10.4% Year-to-date)
    International -17.6% (-0.7% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -2.9% (-4.1% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 9.2% (6.1% Year-to-date)
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    Wow! I think we’ll crack 8 million!
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    Fantastic numbers although really would be a little concerned with much less considering the huge amount of new seats available this year over last.

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    Indeed!

    ^^
    I dont recall we ever hit 800+k for a month, so that is an incredible showing...Wow!
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    "Overall 9.2% (6.1% Year-to-date)"

    Pretty fantastic number. Shows likely that Flair and Swoop are bringing in pax who otherwise wouldn't / couldn't afford to fly.

    8m only needs an average 620k in each of the next four months (including this one).
    ... gobsmacked

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    If last month's tally is within our new standard, 8.3 is not out of the question. That could drive next year to 9 million.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctzn-Ed View Post
    If last month's tally is within our new standard, 8.3 is not out of the question. That could drive next year to 9 million.
    And mostly all origin/destination.

    If flair and swoop could develop even a small-ish transfer hub, 10-12 million is achievable.

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    The 10 million number is absolutely critical.
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    Other than a few Kelowna transfers to some Vegas flights I’ve noticed there isn’t going to be much connection activity to some of these winter flights down south. if That connection activity grows somehow as different schedules get released that could be a major boost.

    That said, exciting news as is. It’s easy to get excited about the future potential though for sure.

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    They only have seven metals, so something like that should/would definitely be on their radar imo. I'm so curious with their future plans now, and I'm OK with the "discount" path to and in the future. Furthermore, who will they chose for an alliance?
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    “Pretty fantastic number. Shows likely that Flair and Swoop are bringing in pax who otherwise wouldn't / couldn't afford to fly.”

    And those who would have driven to YYC and those that would have taken Greyhound and when it’s gone any bus lines starting up with routes from Edmonton Metro to YVR, YWG are dead on arrival. As others have noted: more routes and connections through YEG are key and Flair is the only airline that could deliver. I sure hope they do.

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    Edmonton International Airport

    Passenger Statistics for September 2018 --

    Highlights:

    § Terminal Traffic: 642,384 passengers (5,928,152 Year-to-date)
    Domestic 558,894 passengers (4,873,472 Year-to-date)
    Transborder 64,780 passengers (704,952 Year-to-date)
    International 18,710 passengers (349,728 Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic*: 42,856 passengers (312,928 Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 685,240 passengers (6,241,080 Year-to-date)


    Growth%:

    § Terminal: 7.3% (6.6% Year-to-date)
    Domestic 7.9% (6.9% Year-to-date)
    Transborder 8.4% (9% Year-to-date)
    International -11.3% (-1.4% Year-to-date)

    § FBO Traffic: -0.2% (-3.6% Year-to-date)

    § Grand Total: Overall 6.8% (6.1% Year-to-date)

    *FBO passengers are passengers using the fixed base operators at YEG and not the main terminal. Most of this traffic serves energy and mining projects in the north.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EdmTrekker View Post
    “Pretty fantastic number. Shows likely that Flair and Swoop are bringing in pax who otherwise wouldn't / couldn't afford to fly.”

    And those who would have driven to YYC and those that would have taken Greyhound and when it’s gone any bus lines starting up with routes from Edmonton Metro to YVR, YWG are dead on arrival. As others have noted: more routes and connections through YEG are key and Flair is the only airline that could deliver. I sure hope they do.
    I wasn't aware that these flights to Vancouver and Winnipeg stopped in all the small towns between those cities and Edmonton. Good to know.

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    KK, how did you conclude that?
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    Obviously they don’t which is going to make it very difficult to reinstate bus routes to small communities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctzn-Ed View Post
    KK, how did you conclude that?
    Because of the line
    any bus lines starting up with routes from Edmonton Metro to YVR, YWG are dead on arrival.
    .

    Greyhound didn't just serve Edmonton and Vancouver or Edmonton and Winnipeg along those routes. They usually stopped at the smaller towns. So, there could still be bus service between the major centres, it's just unlikely to be express service, at least until Swoop settles down into a financially viable mode. If we want people that live in towns without air service there will need to be some way, other than driving, for a portion of the population to get to the cities where the airports are.

    Claiming that a cheap flight between Edmonton and Vancouver means there's no need for bus service to the small towns in between doesn't make sense.

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    Do we honestly think that there is enough of rural residence that would make an impact on any flights? People would arrange for some sort of travel to get to airports anyways if they have to fly. If I operate an airline and realize the rural market was that much of a factor, rest assure, I would arrange some form of services to funnel them in. Greyhound would not have closed if there were patronages to serve.
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    But it's not just about the airlines. It's access to the city from the small towns for various reasons. Which is why the claim that cheap flights means there's no need for bus service doesn't make sense. Or do you think that every person that took the Greyhound to Edmonton did so to catch a flight?

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    I think it was in reference to those that had to take buses from major cities to respective major cities where that was the case in the past due to high flying cost, so I agree with that statement where prices of a bus fare is on par with flying. As per bus service in general, that is a whole different topic altogether and not appropriate for here.
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    But that's not what he said. He said bus service between major centres was DOA because of cheap flights. Which isn't true at all.

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    How could you even conclude that? Low fare just popped out... it will take over the bus routes currently established base on quick thoughts. For example, can one take a 16 hour bus trip to Van from Edmonton for 89.00 one way? No! A one way from Ft. Mac to Edmonton is around 110.00. You can fly to Vancouver around 1.5 hours for that price though. If you're no scared of flying, which course would you take? I can guarantee you that the mass will choose flying.
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    But can you get that flight from Entwhistle or Edson or Jasper or Obed or Valemount or Clearwater or any of the other towns that Greyhound used to service? No? Then hos does having a low cost fare mean that there's no need for bus service along that route? It has nothing about fear of flying. It has to do with the fact that an airplane flying high overhead does nothing for transportation on the small towns beneath it if they can't get to the airport. Not everyone drives. Many people relied on the bust and would use it if and when a new bus company starts up. Sure, the bus company probably wouldn't attract many people travelling between Edmonton and Vancouver but there's lots of people along the route that would benefit from having a bus on the road as opposed to a plane flying over them.

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    Without mainline bus service between major centres most if not all bus services to small towns will not be viable. Very few of them will survive without some sort of subsidy.
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    How about those September numbers. Good eh?
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    I understand your wordings but not your argument. He is making reference to Greyhounds' cease of operation in Western Canada. What was once the only option of travel for those who couldn't afford to fly, Flair is their option. As per the milk run of bus services, that was not his argument from my perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ctzn-Ed View Post
    I understand your wordings but not your argument. He is making reference to Greyhounds' cease of operation in Western Canada. What was once the only option of travel for those who couldn't afford to fly, Flair is their option. As per the milk run of bus services, that was not his argument from my perspective.
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    Yes Glenco! Those are incredible numbers, and I think we might hit the 9 million with FBO. I'm also curious if we'll surpass the 750k for the Christmas months which would be quite highly imo with cheap prices. I would suspect this Christmas to be busy like we have never seen before.
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    I’m guessing closer to 8.3 or 8.4 at most this year. Another big year could have ya push for 9 mil for sure.

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    That would be the target for regular flights which is quite achievable, but add in FBO flights and that should hit 9 million or so.
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