STATISTICS SPOTLIGHT: Colombia - Capacity Data - Domestic

In a regular destination report for the host country of Routes events, The HUB provides a detailed analysis of network capacity development over the past 30 years and the leading carriers that have contributed to air services in both the domestic and international markets.

Here we look in more detail at the domestic market in Colombia:

SCHEDULED DOMESTIC AIR CAPACITY IN COLOMBIA (non-stop departures)

Year

Available Seats

% Change

Largest Operators

1982

13,814,327

16.1 %

Avianca (40.7%)

Aerotal (17.8%)

ACES (14.8%)

1983

14,029,843

1.6 %

Avianca (42.9%)

Aerotal (18.4%)

ACES (14.5%)

1984

11,528,974

(-17.8) %

Avianca (52.1%)

ACES (15.8%)

SAM (15.0%)

1985

10,117,924

(-12.2) %

Avianca (49.8%)

SAM (17.2%)

ACES (14.0%)

1986

9,856,127

(-2.6) %

Avianca (52.3%)

SAM (17.3%)

ACES (13.9%)

1987

9,916,027

0.6 %

Avianca (51.3%)

SAM (17.9%)

ACES (16.7%)

1988

10,934,530

10.3 %

Avianca (46.6%)

SAM (20.2%)

ACES (17.8%)

1989

10,460,340

(-4.3) %

Avianca (48.2%)

ACES (21.3%)

SAM (18.2%)

1990

10,435,292

(-0.2) %

Avianca (48.5%)

ACES (21.6%)

SAM (17.1%)

1991

10,200,627

(-2.2) %

Avianca (43.9%)

ACES (21.4%)

SAM (18.1%)

1992

10,289,250

0.9 %

Avianca (43.5%)

ACES (22.0%)

SAM (18.0%)

1993

11,895,169

15.6 %

Avianca (37.8%)

ACES (21.5%)

SAM (18.0%)

1994

13,411,807

12.8 %

Avianca (36.7%)

ACES (21.4%)

SAM (16.9%)

1995

14,909,307

11.2 %

Avianca (36.4%)

ACES (21.1%)

Intercontinental De Aviac (13.0%)

1996

14,805,761

(-0.7) %

Avianca (37.2%)

ACES (22.8%)

SAM (13.0%)

1997

13,643,041

(-7.9) %

Avianca (38.6%)

ACES (25.7%)

SAM (14.7%)

1998

13,863,390

1.6 %

Avianca (38.7%)

ACES (27.8%)

SAM (15.1%)

1999

13,894,244

0.2 %

Avianca (42.3%)

ACES (27.7%)

SAM (12.4%)

2000

12,692,520

(-8.6) %

Avianca (39.4%)

ACES (31.9%)

Aerorepublica (11.8%)

2001

12,151,842

(-4.3) %

Avianca (36.2%)

ACES (30.5%)

SAM (13.6%)

2002

12,591,954

3.6 %

Avianca (39.8%)

ACES (21.0%)

Aerorepublica (16.1%)

2003

13,416,224

6.5 %

Avianca (39.3%)

Aerorepublica (22.1%)

SAM (10.8%)

2004

13,073,108

(-2.6) %

Avianca (39.9%)

Aerorepublica (27.0%)

Aires (11.2%)

2005

13,724,196

5.0 %

Avianca (39.7%)

Aerorepublica (28.8%)

SAM (11.0) %

2006

14,767,948

7.6 %

Avianca (40.5%)

Aerorepublica (30.2%)

SAM (12.1%)

2007

15,060,819

2.0 %

Avianca (42.3%)

Aerorepublica (26.1%)

SAM (18.1%)

2008

14,747,613

(-2.1) %

Avianca (42.8%)

Aerorepublica (20.9%)

SAM (20.0%)

2009

16,943,157

14.9 %

Avianca (35.8%)

SAM (18.9%)

Aires (18.2%)

2010

20,326,023

20.0 %

Avianca (41.0%)

Aires (23.5%)

Aerorepublica (15.3%)

2011

20,884,539

2.7 %

Avianca (56.4%)

Aires (26.2%)

Aerorepublica (11.4%)

2012

22,511,916

7.8 %

Avianca (62.0%)

Aires (24.5%)

Aerorepublica (8.7%)


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