DOMESTIC SKIES: Republic of Ireland

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 our sister UBM Aviation brand OAG Aviation from OAG Schedules iNET.

SCHEDULED DOMESTIC AIR SERVICES IN REPUBLIC OF IRELAND (non-stop departures)

Year

Departures

% Change

Available Seats

% Change

1982

3,545

44.2 %

599,961

8.8 %

1983

5,973

68.5 %

654,510

9.1 %

1984

5,612

(-6.0) %

726,533

11.0 %

1985

5,811

3.5 %

791,787

9.0 %

1986

8,178

40.7 %

791,872

0.0 %

1987

7,668

(-6.2) %

863,756

9.1 %

1988

11,909

55.3 %

994,580

15.1 %

1989

15,251

28.1 %

1,124,467

13.1 %

1990

17,616

15.5 %

1,379,399

22.7 %

1991

16,938

(-3.8) %

1,281,406

(-7.1) %

1992

16,001

(-5.5) %

1,207,213

(-5.8) %

1993

14,282

(-10.7) %

1,132,925

(-6.2) %

1994

14,317

0.2 %

977,018

(-13.8) %

1995

15,437

7.8 %

940,571

(-3.7) %

1996

16,084

4.2 %

1,045,798

11.2 %

1997

14,575

(-9.4) %

1,153,429

10.3 %

1998

12,730

(-12.7) %

1,336,184

15.8 %

1999

13,670

7.4 %

1,504,870

12.6 %

2000

15,826

15.8 %

1,677,302

11.5 %

2001

17,607

11.3 %

1,841,065

9.8 %

2002

16,968

(-3.6) %

1,639,866

(-10.9) %

2003

18,350

8.1 %

1,708,056

4.2 %

2004

18,191

(-0.9) %

1,647,664

(-3.5) %

2005

16,906

(-7.1) %

1,613,652

(-2.1) %

2006

17,909

5.9 %

2,095,570

29.9 %

2007

18,941

5.8 %

2,064,718

(-1.5) %

2008

17,547

(-7.4) %

2,033,786

(-1.5) %

2009

14,216

(-19.0) %

1,733,072

(-14.8) %

2010

12,501

(-12.1) %

1,330,768

(-23.2) %

2011

6,224

(-50.2) %

469,802

(-64.7) %

2012

3,726

(-40.1) %

162,972

(-65.3) %


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