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INTERNATIONAL SKIES: Iceland

Every week The HUB provides statistics highlighting airline and airport activity in an individual domestic and international market.  Alongside looking at the market's historical development over the past 30 years, we take the following week's schedule as a snapshot and compare weekly seat capacity with the previous year, showing which airlines and airports are growing and which are constraining.

The data is all supplied by OAG from its OAG Analyser network analysis tool.

SCHEDULED INTERNATIONAL AIR SERVICES FROM ICELAND (non-stop departures)

Year

Departures

% Change

Available Seats

% Change

1982

1,981

19.5 %

238,649

1.8 %

1983

2,018

1.9 %

349,089

46.3 %

1984

2,118

5.0 %

391,050

12.0 %

1985

2,347

10.8 %

436,712

11.7 %

1986

2,500

6.5 %

423,554

(-3.0) %

1987

3,290

31.6 %

545,069

28.7 %

1988

3,799

15.5 %

635,161

16.5 %

1989

3,336

(-12.2) %

533,361

(-16.0) %

1990

3,618

8.5 %

536,975

0.7 %

1991

3,606

(-0.3) %

553,903

3.2 %

1992

3,618

0.3 %

547,672

(-1.1) %

1993

3,923

8.4 %

600,531

9.7 %

1994

4,031

2.8 %

635,137

5.8 %

1995

4,136

2.6 %

645,255

1.6 %

1996

4,818

16.5 %

763,416

18.3 %

1997

5,072

5.3 %

827,888

8.4 %

1998

5,933

17.0 %

963,789

16.4 %

1999

5,921

(-0.2) %

978,308

1.5 %

2000

6,246

5.5 %

1,056,825

8.0 %

2001

6,096

(-2.4) %

1,056,151

(-0.1) %

2002

4,955

(-18.7) %

871,930

(-17.4) %

2003

5,058

2.1 %

886,731

1.7 %

2004

6,584

30.2 %

1,118,617

26.2 %

2005

7,086

7.6 %

1,250,612

11.8 %

2006

6,690

(-5.6) %

1,183,759

(-5.3) %

2007

8,547

27.8 %

1,489,024

25.8 %

2008

8,084

(-5.4) %

1,380,638

(-7.3) %

2009

7,472

(-7.6) %

1,243,115

(-10.0) %

2010

9,234

23.6 %

1,547,045

24.4 %

2011

10,667

15.5 %

1,794,581

16.0 %

2012

10,413

(-2.4) %

1,806,489

0.7 %

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