Sydney Airport Provides Traffic Performance September 2017

Sydney Airport Managing Director and CEO Kerrie Mather said, “September international passenger growth remains strong at 7.1% versus the prior corresponding period (pcp). This growth continues to be driven by seat capacity increases from new and existing airline customers (+6%), in addition to improving load factors. The destinations with material passenger growth in September were Vietnam up 85% (12,000 passengers), China up 32% (31,000 passengers) and South Korea up 21% (6,000 passengers). Domestic passenger numbers declined by 0.8% per cent for the month, due to adverse weather events and a strong pcp.

“2017 is shaping up to be another record year for passenger numbers at Sydney Airport. Over the rolling 12 months Sydney Airport has served nearly 43 million passengers, while at the end of the third quarter before our peak Christmas period, we are already well on the way to 32 million passengers.

“We are pleased to again be reporting our nationality statistics this month which show the continuation of growth across our key markets. Year to date the growth from our Asian neighbours is outstanding, particularly China, India, Indonesia and Korea. In addition, our more traditional markets such as UK and US continue to deliver solid growth.”

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