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Jul 23 2015

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Clark Airport 2007 to 2015

Clark Airport will become the premiere airport in the country by 2012

27th June 2007

PAL president Jaime Bautista is quoted as saying: “Clark will become the premiere airport in the country in the next five years,”

A total of 126 flights are now being recorded each week (2007): 45 international flights, 21 domestic flight, and 60 international and domestic cargo flights.

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/static/net/2007/06/27/clark.airport.to.post.millionth.int.l.passenger.html

29th June 2007
The one millionth international passenger came through The Diosdado Macapagal International Airport [DMIA] (Clark Airport).

The arrival of DMIA’s millionth passenger coincided with the announcement of local carriers Philippine Air Lines (PAL) and Cebu Pacific to make Clark as their hub.

 

And now, the latest official figures available in 2015 are:

Passenger Traffic at Clark Airport

International

2010 : 607,659
2011 : 725,023
2012 : 1,015,319
2013 : 985,419
2014 : 786,809

Domestic

2010 : 46,525
2011 : 42,118
2012 : 300,438
2013 : 215,173
2014 : 90,948

Combined International and Domestic

2010 : 654,184
2011 : 767,141
2012 : 1,315,757
2013 : 1,200,592
2014 : 877,757

Air Traffic Movements

2010 : 6,076 ( 117 ) per week
2011 : 7,580 ( 146 ) per week
2012 : 12,814 ( 246 ) per week
2013 : 10,336 ( 199 ) per week
2014 : 6,651 ( 128 ) per week

Looking at these figures we can see that the Air Traffic Movements were 126 per week in 2007, and is now 128 per week in 2014.

After 2007 things appeared to drop, but then rise again to peak in 2012, but then begin to drop again, with 2014 hitting a low of a similar number of flights to 2007.

2010 to 2012 figures from: http://crk.clarkairport.com/downloads/annual-report/annual-report-2012.pdf
2012 to 2014 figures from: http://crk.clarkairport.com/downloads/annual-report/annual-report-2014.pdf

 

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