STATISTICS SPOTLIGHT: Colombia - Capacity Data - International

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 international market in Colombia:

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

Year

Available Seats

% Change

Largest Operators

1982

1,738,592

0.3 %

Avianca (33.0%)

Eastern Air Lines (12.0%)

Braniff (6.8%)

1983

1,821,354

4.8 %

Avianca (32.3%)

Eastern Air Lines (21.1%)

Iberia (6.6%)

1984

1,431,617

(-21.4) %

Avianca (32.8%)

Eastern Air Lines (19.8%)

Iberia (7.8%)

1985

1,346,070

(-6.0) %

Avianca (32.8%)

Eastern Air Lines (20.6%)

Viasa (6.3%)

1986

1,352,342

0.5 %

Avianca (34.6%)

Eastern Air Lines (21.2%)

Iberia (6.2%)

1987

1,327,579

(-1.8) %

Avianca (36.6%)

Eastern Air Lines (19.1%)

Iberia (6.7%)

1988

1,266,262

(-4.6) %

Avianca (39.9%)

Eastern Air Lines (15.3%)

Iberia (6.7%)

1989

1,259,191

(-0.6) %

Avianca (38.5%)

Eastern Air Lines (17.3%)

LR (6.9%)

1990

1,227,407

(-2.5) %

Avianca (41.4%)

American Airlines (8.1%)

Eastern Air Lines (5.8%)

1991

1,304,641

6.3 %

Avianca (36.8%)

American Airlines (20.1%)

Viasa (6.9%)

1992

1,712,201

31.2 %

Avianca (28.4%)

American Airlines (22.0%)

Viasa (10.7%)

1993

2,063,957

20.5 %

Avianca (26.6%)

American Airlines (15.1%)

Viasa (9.2%)

1994

2,534,547

22.8 %

Avianca (25.3%)

American Airlines (12.3%)

Servivensa (10.2%)

1995

2,664,501

5.1 %

Avianca (24.3%)

American Airlines (12.1%)

Servivensa (10.7%)

1996

2,910,386

9.2 %

Avianca (24.3%)

American Airlines (12.7%)

Servivensa (11.3%)

1997

2,824,405

(-3.0) %

Avianca (28.5%)

American Airlines (12.1%)

Servivensa (10.2%)

1998

2,831,218

0.2 %

Avianca (30.3%)

American Airlines (12.2%)

Servivensa (10.3%)

1999

3,104,642

9.7 %

Avianca (35.2%)

American Airlines (11.1%)

Servivensa (7.0%)

2000

2,931,792

(-5.6) %

Avianca (43.4%)

American Airlines (11.9%)

Copa Airlines (7.5%)

2001

3,340,793

14.0 %

Avianca (45.2%)

American Airlines (9.6%)

ACES (9.2%)

2002

2,895,879

(-13.3) %

Avianca (43.6%)

American Airlines (9.6%)

ACES (9.4%)

2003

2,774,961

(-4.2) %

Avianca (43.9%)

American Airlines (10.8%)

ACES (9.0%)

2004

2,890,719

4.2 %

Avianca (46.9%)

American Airlines (10.7%)

Copa Airlines (6.7%)

2005

3,118,057

7.9 %

Avianca (44.6%)

American Airlines (10.8%)

Copa Airlines (8.9%)

2006

3,628,795

16.4 %

Avianca (45.4%)

Copa Airlines (9.8%)

American Airlines (8.9%)

2007

3,735,333

2.9 %

Avianca (45.9%)

American Airlines (8.4%)

Copa Airlines (8.1%)

2008

4,230,025

13.2 %

Avianca (41.3%)

American Airlines (9.8%)

Aerorepublica (8.2%)

2009

4,394,036

3.9 %

Avianca (40.8%)

Aerorepublica (8.7%)

American Airlines (7.1%)

2010

4,927,388

12.1 %

Avianca (35.9%)

Aerorepublica (9.1%)

American Airlines (6.3%)

2011

5,370,539

9.0 %

Avianca (34.3%)

Aerorepublica (14.3%)

Aerogal (9.2%)

2012

6,015,347

12.0 %

Avianca (35.5%)

Aerorepublica (16.6%)

Aerogal (10.3%)


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