Busiest international airline routes 2017
Which were the busiest international aviation routes in 2017? The OAG, a global travel intelligence company headquartered in Great Britain, has done research.
OAG collects and provides digital information and applications to, for instance, airlines, airports and government agencies worldwide. OAG is known for its elaborate airline database, which includes flight details of over 900 airlines across 4,000 airports. The busiest intercontinental airline route on the twelfth place in the list is London Heathrow – New York JFK with 14,218 flights. The busiest international airline route with departure or arrival in the Netherlands is Amsterdam – London Heathrow with 13,220 flights (place 17). The list is based on the number of flights, not the number of passengers.
Top 10 of busiest international airline routes in 2017:
- Hong Kong – Taipei: 29,494 flights
- Kuala Lumpur – Singapore: 29,383 flights
- Jakarta – Singapore: 26.872 flights
- Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur: 20,890 flights
- Hong Kong – Shanghai: 20,818 flights
- New York La Guardia – Toronto: 17,116 flights
- Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon: 16.366 flights
- Beijing – Hong Kong: 14,592 flights
- Dublin – London Heathrow: 14,556 flights
- Bangkok – Singapore: 14,455 flights
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