INTERNATIONAL SKIES: Air Capacity From Georgia

This year marks the return of our popular country by country air capacity statistics series. Every week The HUB provides statistics highlighting airline and airport activity in an individual domestic and international market. We take a look at last year’s schedule as a snapshot and compare seat capacity with the previous year, showing which airlines and airports are growing and which are constraining.

This special extended analysis has been produced for Routes Silk Road 2014.

The data is all supplied by OAG Aviation using its OAG Schedules Analyser tool.

DOMESTIC SKIES: SCHEDULED AIR CAPACITY FROM GEORGIA (non-stop departures; 2013)

Rank

Airport

Available Seats

% Share

% Change v 2012

1

Tbilisi (TBS)

1,012,816

77.2 %

17.1 %

2

Batumi (BUS)

173,308

13.2 %

40.6 %

3

Kutaisi (KUT)

124,990

9.5 %

1,152.9 %

TOTAL

1,311,114

-

31.4 %

INTERNATIONAL SKIES: SCHEDULED AIR CAPACITY FROM GEORGIA (non-stop departures; 2013)

Rank

Airline

Available Seats

% Share

% Change v 2012

1

Turkish Airlines (TK)

200,154

15.3 %

24.2 %

2

Pegasus Airlines (PC)

153,828

11.7 %

84.6 %

3

Georgian Airways (A9)

141,665

10.8 %

(-5.9) %

4

Ukraine International Airlines (PS)

95,557

7.3 %

89.1 %

5

Wizz Air Ukraine (WU)

80,640

6.2 %

1,217.6 %

6

Fly Georgia (9Y)

63,953

4.9 %

5,057.5 %

7

S7 Airlines (S7)

58,894

4.5 %

20.3 %

8

Belavia (B2)

56,232

4.3 %

13.2 %

9

Qatar Airways (QR)

52,699

4.0 %

9.2 %

10

Lufthansa (LH)

44,260

3.4 %

2.3 %

11

Azerbaijan Airlines (J2)

38,499

2.9 %

41.9 %

12

SunExpress (XQ)

35,457

2.7 %

New Entrant

13

flydubai (FZ)

33,003

2.5 %

21.3 %

14

LOT Polish Airlines (LO)

28,358

2.2 %

42.0 %

15

Air Astana (KC)

24,261

1.9 %

35.1 %

TOTAL

1,311,114

-

31.4 %

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