2005

A IRPORT
TRAFFIC
R EPORT

Kennedy • Newark Liberty • LaGuardia
Teterboro • Downtown Manhattan Heliport

Table of Contents
FACT SHEETS
John F. Kennedy International Airport
Newark Liberty International Airport
LaGuardia Airport
Downtown Manhattan Heliport / Teterboro Airport

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AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS
Commercial and Non-Commercial Aircraft Movements
1.1.1 Annual Total 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region
1.1.2 Monthly totals 2005, by Airport and Region

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Helicopter Movements
1.2.1 Annual total 1992 - 2005, by Airport, Heliport and Region
1.2.2 Monthly totals 2004 - 2005, by Airport, Heliport and Region

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Aircraft Movements By Market
1.3.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region
1.4.1 Cities Served - Average Daily Scheduled Non-Stop Departures by Airport

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PASSENGER TRAFFIC
Top Fifty Airport Comparisons
2.1.1 Number of Passengers, Domestic 2005
2.1.2 Number of Passengers, Worldwide 2005

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Commercial Passenger Traffic
2.2.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region
2.2.2 Monthly Totals 2005, by Airport and Region

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Passenger Traffic in Helicopters
2.3.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport, Heliport and Region
2.3.2 Monthly Totals 2004 - 2005, by Airport, Heliport and Region

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Passenger Traffic By Market
2.4.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region

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Passenger Traffic By Airline
2.5.1 Top 20 Carriers, 2005 Passengers, by Airport and Region

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Passenger Traffic By Terminal
2.6.1 2005 Passengers, Domestic and International by Airport

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Top 50 Origins/Destinations
2.7.1 Scheduled Airlines 2005, Top 50 Domestic by Airport and Region (DOT O&D)
2.7.2 Scheduled Airlines 2005, Top 50 International by Airport and Region (DOT T100)

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Passenger Demographics
2.8.1 Profile of Departing Passengers, by Airport and Region

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CARGO TRANSPORT
Top Fifty Airport Comparisons
3.1.1 Revenue Cargo in Short Tons, Top 50 Domestic (ACI) - 2005
3.1.2 Revenue Cargo in Short Tons, Top 50 Worldwide (ACI) - 2005

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Revenue Freight In Short Tons
3.2.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region
3.2.2 Monthly Totals 2005, by Airport and Region

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Regional Freight In Short Tons
3.3.1 By International Market, Annual Totals 1995-2005, for Region (US Customs)
3.3.2 U.S. Trading Districts by Air, 2005 (US Customs)
3.3.3 Air Trade Commodities in the NY/NJ Region, 2005 (US Customs)

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Revenue Freight by Airlines
3.4.1 Top 15 Carriers 2005, by Airport and Region

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Revenue Mail in Short Tons
3.5.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region
3.5.2 Monthly Totals 2005, by Airport and Region

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Ground Transportation & Airport Economic Impact
Airport Bus Passengers
4.1.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region

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Paid Parked Cars
4.2.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region

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Subway and New Jersey Transit
4.3.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region

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Airport Employment
4.4.1 Annual Totals 1992 - 2005, by Airport and Region

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The Economic Impact of the Aviation Industry
4.6.1 2005 Totals for the New York/New Jersey Region

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Credits

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JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
………………………………………………………………………………….……………………………………………………………………………………..
OPERATED BY
The Port Authority of New York and New
Jersey, under a lease with the City of New
York since June 1, 1947. In 2004 the Port
Authority and the City of New York
concluded an agreement that ensures the
agency’s continued operation of JFK and
LaGuardia airports through 2050.
LOCATION
On Jamaica Bay in the southeastern section
of Queens County, New York City – 15 miles
by highway from midtown Manhattan.
SIZE
JFK covers 4,930 acres, including 880 acres
in the Central Terminal Area (CTA). The
airport has more than 30 miles of roadway.
HISTORY
Construction began in April 1942 under a
New York City contract for the placing of
hydraulic fill over the marshy tidelands on
the site of Idlelwild golf course. Initial plans
called for a 1,000-acre airport, but it would
eventually grow to five times that size.
Commercial flights began July 1, 1948. The
airport was rededicated on December 24,
1963 as John F. Kennedy International
Airport in memory of the nation’s thirty-fifth
president.
Kennedy International is the United States’
leading international gateway. Over 80
airlines operate out of JFK.
INVESTMENT
About $150 million was expended by the
City of New York on original construction.
The Port Authority has invested about $5.1
billion in the airport.
EMPLOYMENT AND
ECONOMIC IMPACT
JFK contributes about $28 billion in
economic activity to the NY/NJ region,
generating some 229,000 jobs and about
$9.8 billion in wages and salaries. About
35,000 people are employed at the airport.
REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
The redevelopment program consists of
several major projects undertaken by the
Port Authority and its airline and airport
partners. Completed projects include:
Terminals 1, 4, the new American Airlines’
Terminal 9, upgrades to Delta’s Terminals 2
and 3, JetBlue’s Terminal 6 and British
Airways’ Terminal 7; plus a quadrant
roadway system, new parking garages, and
a light rail network (AirTrain JFK), which
opened in December 2003. Construction is
underway on a 1,940-space parking garage
adjacent to American Airlines’ new terminal.
In December 2005, construction began on a
new JetBlue 26-gate terminal behind the
landmark TWA Flight Center. A 1,500space parking garage is being built adjacent
to the new terminal.

CENTRAL TERMINAL AREA (CTA)
JFK has nine airline terminals, surrounded
by a dual ring of peripheral taxiways. The
original 655 acres in the CTA was enlarged
to 880 acres by relocating taxiways to
provide needed space for expanding the
passenger terminals. There are over 125
aircraft gates serving the terminals. The
CTA also includes a central heating and airconditioning plant.
Terminals
A consortium of airlines – Air France,

Japan Airlines, Korean Air and
Lufthansa – built the 11-gate
international Terminal 1, opened in
May 1998 on the site of the old Eastern
Airlines Terminal.
Delta Air Lines operates Terminals 2

and 3. Delta invested about $150
million to renovate the terminals which
consists of redesigned first and
business class lounges, new ticket
counters, new lighting and flooring and
new baggage facilities.

Terminal 4 opened in May 2001. The
1.5 million square-foot common-use
facility improves passenger service
through the use of separate levels for
departing and arriving passengers,
consolidated ticketing and baggage
operations, improved customer
facilities, duty free and a wide array of
retail shops and eateries.

Terminal 5, formerly operated by TWA
is currently closed. JetBlue operates
out of Terminal 6 and made $12
million in interim improvements. The
Port Authority is working with JetBlue in
the construction of a joint $875 million
terminal redevelopment (see above).
which also includes a parking garage.

Terminal 7, operated by British
Airways, opened in 1970. A $251
million redevelopment included
expansion and reconfiguration of the
terminal, new ticketing and check-in
areas, new retail outlets, lounges and a
new departure and arrival roadway
system. United Airlines also operates
out of this terminal.
American Airlines, which operates

Terminals 8 and 9, created one new
facility (the new Terminal 9), which
serves both domestic and international
passengers on three concourses and
includes new shops and services, and
expanded check-in areas. A new
1,940 parking-space garage is being
constructed adjacent to the new
terminal.
AirTrain JFK
This high-speed, light-rail service links the
airport to New York City and beyond.
Opened in December 2003, AirTrain
connects to the Long Island Rail Road
(LIRR) and the New York City subway and
bus lines. On airport, AirTrain provides free
connections between terminals, rental car
acilities, hotel shuttle areas and parking lots.

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Air Traffic Control Tower
The 321-foot Air Traffic Control Tower,
which opened in 1994, includes state-ofthe-art communications, radar and
windsheer alert systems.
ROADWAY ACCESS
Work on a new quadrant, with elevated
departure roadways and added frontage
capacity was completed in 2001 at
Terminals 4 and 7. New roadways at
Terminals 8 and 9 now provide separate
arrivals and departures levels.
PARKING
The airport offers over 15,180 public parking
spaces, which currently include two parking
garages totaling over 2,500 spaces in the
CTA, over 3,100 open spaces in the parking
lots in the CTA and a 9,512 long-term lot.
When the 1,940-space American Airlines’
Red Garage is completed in 2007, total
public parking spaces will increase to
17,120. E-ZPass Plus is available in all
parking lots and garages, except for the
Terminals 8/9 alternate parking lot.
CARGO
JFK is one of the world’s leading
international air cargo centers. Two cargo
facilities totaling 430,000 square feet of
warehouse and office space opened in 2003
and offer the latest in cargo-facility design.
The airport has more than one million
square feet of office and warehouse space
dedicated to broker, freight forwarder and
container freight station operators who do
business within the NY/NJ region.
RUNWAYS/TAXIWAYS
The runway system consists of two pairs of
parallel runways (4L-22R, 4R-22L and 13L31R, 13R-31L) aligned at right angles. Total
runway length is nine miles. All runways
have high intensity runway edge lighting,
centerline and taxiway exit lighting and are
grooved to improve skid resistance and
minimize hydroplaning. A 500’ by 150’
aircraft arrestor bed has been installed at
the end of Runway 4R.
Taxiways total 25 miles in length. Standard
width is 75 feet with 25-foot heavy-duty
shoulders and 25-foot erosion control
pavement on each side. Other features
include the taxiway centerline light system
and a sign system, illuminated at night to
provide directional information for taxiing
aircraft.

NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

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OPERATED BY
The Port Authority of New York and New
Jersey, under a lease with the City of
Newark, since March 22, 1948. In 2002 the
Port Authority and the City of Newark
entered into an agreement to extend the
lease through 2065.
LOCATION
In Essex and Union Counties between the
New Jersey Turnpike (accessible from Exits
13A and 14), U.S. Routes 1 and 9 and I-78.
The airport is about 16 miles from midtown
Manhattan.
SIZE
2,027 acres. 880 acres of this total were
acquired by the Port Authority after it began
operating the airport in 1948.
HISTORY
Opened October 1, 1928, the metropolitan
region’s first major airport was built by the
City of Newark on 68 acres of marshland
and quickly became the world’s busiest
commercial airport. During World War II, the
airport was operated by the Army Air Corps.
After the Port Authority assumed
responsibility for its operation, the agency
added an instrument runway, a terminal
building, a control tower and an air cargo
center. The Central Terminal Area was
constructed and opened in 1973. Other
construction during the early 1970s included
the Port Authority Administration Building,
the Central Heating and Refrigeration Plant,
and taxiways and roadways. In 1989, a twobuilding maintenance complex opened.
The International Arrivals Facility opened in
Terminal B in 1996, the Monorail (now
AirTrain Newark) also began operation in
1996 and a 325-foot control tower was
commissioned in 2003 – the fourth in the
airport’s history.
Approximately 50 scheduled airlines
operate out of Newark Liberty.
INVESTMENT
The City of Newark spent over $8.2 million
on construction and development on the
airport. The U.S. Government spent over
$15.1 million prior to 1948. The Port
Authority has invested more than $3.8 billion
at the airport.
EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC IMPACT
Over 24,000 people are employed at the
airport. EWR contributes about $18.5 billion
in economic activity to the NY/NJ
metropolitan region including over $6.7
billion in wages and salaries. About 157,000
jobs are derived from airport activity.

REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
EWR’s capital program combines some $3.8
billion in Port Authority, federal and private
funds and has delivered numerous
improvements, including AirTrain Newark,
new restrooms, ticket counters, signage,
parking garages and runway and taxiway
improvements. A $2 million study for
modernizing Terminal A has been approved.
Terminal B is benefiting from a $280 million
modernization program. A $22.4 million
325-foot control tower was commissioned in
May 2003.
PORT AUTHORITY ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING
In 2002, reconstruction of the landmark
Newark Liberty International Airport’s
Administration Building #1 was completed.
The 100,000 square-foot building
incorporates a new emergency response
facility with the airport’s original 1935 central
terminal building, a National Historic
Landmark. The facility houses much of the
Port Authority’s airport staff.
CENTRAL TERMINAL AREA
The 425-acre oval Central Terminal Area
was built as part of a large-scale airport
redevelopment program in the 1960s and
early 1970s. It consists of three passenger
terminals – A, B and C.
PASSENGER TERMINALS
Construction of Terminal A began in
October 1967 and opened for operation in
August 1973. With 27 gates, the terminal
branches out into a three circular satellite
aircraft gate building, designed as A-1, A-2
and A-3. The satellites contain flight
departure lounges and airline and
passenger service facilities. The main
terminal building measures approximately
800 by 165 feet.
In Terminal B, Delta completed a $5.5
million modernization of its gate area shared
with Northwest, and Northwest upgraded its
boarding and baggage areas. In 2002, a
multi-million dollar project that included the
replacement of escalators, new revolving
doors, and three freight-sized elevators was
completed. In 2005 $280 million was
authorized to modernize the terminal and
related facilities to improve customer service
and allow greater efficiency for the
screening process and baggage handling.
Enhancements will include additional
ticketing areas, passenger screening points,
and the construction of a new domestic
baggage claim area.
The $117 million international facility located
in Terminal B opened in January 1996.
Capable of processing 3,000 arriving
passengers per hour, this facility has 15
international arrivals gates.

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At Terminal C, Continental’s Global
Gateway project includes the C3 concourse,
which opened in December 2001. With an
additional 600,000 square feet of space, the
facility was converted into a three-level
terminal with two levels for departures. The
concourse has 19 gates, a huge retail space
and Customs facilities. Continental also
completed its state-of-the-art International
Arrivals Facility adding another 1,500
passenger per hour arrival capacity to the
airport.
AIRTRAIN
In the fall of 2001 AirTrain Newark began
service to the Newark Liberty International
Airport Train Station where passengers can
connect to NJ Transit and Amtrak rail lines.
The AirTrain connection provides an all-rail
link between the airport and New York City,
Philadelphia, points across New Jersey and
destinations beyond.
ROADWAYS
To reduce congestion and improve airport
access, roadways were widened and
reconfigured in the passenger terminal area
and airport entrances giving vehicles option
to bypass terminals and proceed directly to
parking.
PARKING
The airport provides over 20,000 parking
spaces – about 17,000 public parking
spaces in the short-term, daily and
economy/long-term lots. Two parking
garage were completed within the last few
years. One is located at AirTrain Station P4
with six levels of parking, providing 3,200
spaces. The other parking garage, across
from Terminal C, contains 3,400 spaces on
four levels. E-ZPass Plus is accepted at all
parking lots.
CARGO
EWR is the overnight small package center
for the NY/NJ region, offering a full range of
short-, medium- and long-haul services to
domestic and international destinations.
The airport expanded its cargo capacity in
2004 with the opening of a 142,000 squarefoot facility, which combined with United and
Continental’s cargo buildings, increases
cargo space at the airport to 1.3 million
square feet.
RUNWAYS/TAXIWAYS
The airport has two parallel runways (4R22L and 4L-22R) and a third runway (11-29),
which is primarily used for commuter traffic.
Runway 4R-22L is 9,980 feet long by 150
feet wide, and Runway 4L-22R is 11,000
feet long by 150 feet wide. Both runways
have displaced thresholds to minimize noise
effects. Visual aides include high intensity
edge and centerline and high-speed exit
taxiway centerline lighting. Over 12 miles of
75-foot wide taxiways link the three runways
with the central terminal and cargo areas.

LaGUARDIA AIRPORT
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OPERATED BY
The Port Authority of New York and
New Jersey, under a lease with the City
of New York, since June 1, 1947. In
2004 the Port Authority and the City of
New York concluded an agreement that
ensures the agency’s continued
operation of LaGuardia and JFK
International through 2050.

airport’s redevelopment program is
estimated at $1.2 billion. The program
includes expanding and modernizing
the Central Terminal Building, airline
modernization of gate areas and
passenger service areas, reconfiguring
and widening roadways, improving
runways, as well as other rehabilitation
projects.

LOCATION
The Borough of Queens, New York
City, bordering on Flushing Bay and
Bowery Bay. The airport is eight miles
from midtown Manhattan.

PASSENGER TERMINALS
Central Terminal Building (CTB)
Dedicated on April 17, 1964, this
terminal serves most of the airport’s
scheduled domestic airlines. It is 1,300
feet long and 180 feet wide, with
approximately 750,000 square feet of
floor space. Originally constructed at a
cost of $36 million, the six-block long
terminal consists of a four-story central
section, two three-story wings and four
concourses that can accommodate up
to 40 aircraft gate positions. The CTB
completed a $340 million expansion
and modernization project. Its
centerpiece is a $47 million project that
redeveloped the center section,
including new elevators and escalators
to accommodate persons with reduced
mobility, plus modern restrooms. This
redesigned center section has created
a large concession space for retail
shops, a food court and business
services. The Port Authority has
authorized planning studies to further
modernize and expand this terminal.

SIZE
LGA consists of 680 acres and has
about 72 aircraft gates.
HISTORY
The airport site was first occupied by
Gala Amusement Park, and in 1929 it
was transformed into a 105-acre
private flying field. It was first named
Glenn H. Curtiss Airport and later North
Beach Airport. Taken over by New
York City, the airport was enlarged by
the purchase of adjoining land and by
filling in 357 acres of waterfront along
the east side. On September 9, 1937
ground was broken for a new airport,
and on October 15, 1939 it was
dedicated as New York City Municipal
Airport. The name was changed to
New York Municipal Airport-LaGuardia
Field on November 2, 1939. The
airport was opened to commercial
traffic on December 2 of that year. The
airport was leased to the Port Authority
in 1947.
Approximately 25 scheduled airlines
operate out of LaGuardia.
INVESTMENT
Original construction by the City of New
York cost $40 million. The Port
Authority’s total capital investment in
the airport is over $1.3 billion.
EMPLOYMENT AND
ECONOMIC IMPACT
Nearly 8,000 people are employed at
the airport. LaGuardia contributes
nearly $11 billion in economic activity to
the NY/NJ metropolitan region,
generating about 100,000 jobs and $4
billion in annual wages and salaries.
REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
The total combined Port Authority and
airport partnership investment for the

Three lanes were added to the CTB
departures level roadway in 1991 and a
three-lane arrivals roadway and
canopies were completed in January
1994.
US Airways Terminal
On September 12, 1992, US Airways’
$200 million terminal opened for
business at the east end of the airport.
This 12-gate terminal is connected to
the airline’s Shuttle Terminal and
features approximately 300,000 square
feet of floor space and a food and retail
concessions court. US Airways Shuttle
Terminal serves passengers hourly
with shuttle flights to Boston and
Washington, D.C.
Delta Air Lines Terminal
Constructed by Delta Air Lines at the
east end of the airport, the terminal
opened in June 1983. It has ten
aircraft gate positions. Northwest
Airlines also operates out of this
terminal.

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Marine Air Terminal (MAT)
Once called the Overseas Terminal,
the MAT was the original airport
terminal building, serving international
flights on flying boats through the
1940s. In 1995 the Marine Air Terminal
was designated a historic landmark. In
1980, the Port Authority rededicated
the James Brooks mural, “Flight,” first
painted in 1942. On September 1,
1991, Delta began shuttle operations to
Boston and Washington, D.C. General
aviation also operates out of the MAT
through a fixed based operator. The
terminal also houses a private weather
service. A $7 million restoration of this
historic terminal was completed for the
airport’s sixty-fifth anniversary of
commercial flight on December 2,
2004.
PARKING
The airport provides a total of 10,400
parking spaces. This includes
employee parking and 7,500 public
spaces – including hourly, metered and
parking garage spaces. Completed at
the end of 1976 at a cost of $30 million,
the first-level parking garage
accommodates approximately 3,000
cars. On October 4, 1998, Lot 3, with
930 spaces, was designated as a longterm lot. E-ZPass Plus is accepted at
all parking lots.
RUNWAYS
There are two main runways, 4-22 and
13-31. Each is 7,000 feet long by 150
feet wide. In a $40 million project,
completed in 1967 by the Port
Authority, both runways were extended
over water to their present length and
width. The extensions were built on a
50-acre L-shaped pile-supported
concrete structure. The runways have
high intensity runway edge lighting,
centerline and taxiway exit lighting.
Runways are grooved for added
traction during wet weather. In the
summer of 2005 the airport began
installing touch down zone lighting
(TDA) as part of the Runway 13-31
rehabilitation program.

DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN HELIPORT
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OPERATED BY
The Port Authority of New York and
New Jersey on a site leased from the
City of New York since December 8,
1960.
LOCATION
Just above the Battery on Pier 6, East
River, between the north side of Pier 5
and the south side of Pier 8. The
heliport is convenient to the major air
traffic-generating center of the
downtown Manhattan/Wall Street area.
Direct highway access is available via
the FDR Drive on the east side of
Manhattan and the West Side Highway
on the west side. The entrance to the
heliport is just south of where the FDR
Drive begins, directly opposite the
Vietnam Veteran Plaza. The facility is
only seven minutes by copter to
Newark International and LaGuardia
airports, eight minutes to JFK and 15
minutes to Morristown (N.J.) Airport.

SIZE
Total square footage = 84,000: Pier =
550 ft. x 85 ft.; Barge – 90 ft. x 300 ft.;
Parking = 12 helicopters, 18 cars.
HISTORY
Built and operated by The Port
Authority on a site leased from the City
of New York. Opened December 8,
1960, it was the second commercial
heliport in Manhattan, and was the first
in the U.S. to be certified for scheduled
passenger helicopter service by the
FAA. The Downtown Heliport was
reconstructed in 1987, and is one of
four FAA-designated national
demonstration projects for the latest
developments in equipment to enhance
helicopter operations.

FACILITIES
The heliport has parking for helicopters
up to 50,000 pounds. It is the first
public heliport with a semi-automatic
fire protection foam system, and the
first to use a barge for aircraft parking.
The facility’s terminal building is one of
the most advanced in the industry,
offering administrative office space,
superior package and breakdown areas
for courier operations, and a
passenger-waiting lounge with the
comforts of a modern airport terminal.
It also houses the Port Authority’s
heliport operations center and a pilot
lounge. The terminal features yearround heating, air-conditioning,
soundproofing, ventilation and lighting
for maximum comfort and convenience.
The Port Authority has invested over
$14 million in the facility.

TETERBORO AIRPORT
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OPERATED BY
Teterboro Airport (TEB) is owned and
operated by the Port Authority of New
York and New Jersey.
LOCATION
Located in the boroughs of Teterboro
and Moonachie in Bergen County, NJ,
it is twelve miles by highway from
midtown Manhattan via the George
Washington Bridge or Lincoln Tunnel.
SIZE
Total = 827 acres: 90 acres for aircraft
hangers, maintenance and office
facilities; 408 acres for aeronautical use
and 329 undeveloped acres.
HISTORY
TEB is the oldest operating airport in
the Port district. In 1917, Walter C.
Teter acquired the property. During
World War 1, North American Aviation
operated a manufacturing plant on the
site. After the war, the airport served
as a base of operations for Dutch
aircraft designer, Anthony Fokker. The
first flight from the present airport site
was made in 1919. During World War

1, the airport was operated by the Army
Air Force. It was purchased by the Port
Authority on April 1, 1949 from Fred L.
Wehran, a private owner. The airport
was leased to Pan Am World Airways
and then to Johnson Controls for 30
years. On December 1, 2000, the Port
Authority assumed full responsibility for
its operation, together with American
Port Services, Inc. which manages the
daily operations and maintenance of
the facility.
INVESTMENT
The Port Authority has invested up to
$144 million to upgrade the airport’s
facilities and open new areas of service
to the aviation community.
EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC
IMPACT
The economic activity of TEB to the
region amounts to $1.8 billion in annual
sales. The airport generates over
15,500 jobs and about $670 million in
wages.

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AVIATION ROLE
TEB is designated a “reliever” airport,
according to the National Plan of
Integrated Airport Systems that serves
general aviation requirements for the
greater New York area. The facility
has two runway configurations.
Runway 1-19 (North/South) is 7,000
feet long. Runway 6-24 (NE/SW
orientation) is 6,012 feet long. The
airport is a 24-hour public-use facility,
offering both visual non-precision and
“all weather” precision landing
capabilities.
It is important to note that TEB does
not accommodate scheduled carrier
operations as a general aviation
reliever airport. The airport also
imposes weight restrictions, prohibiting
use of aircraft with operating weights in
excess of 100,000 pounds. TEB’s
utilization is comprised of a broad
range of general aviation aircraft.

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.1 JFK
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

International
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

92,132
87,467
95,310
96,012
95,627
93,879
91,000
95,281
106,102
109,388
113,473
120,022
141,019
150,261

556
1,672
1,529
1,172
865
880
1,877
838
676
2,293
93
220
204
350

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

88,863
91,422
91,096
94,082
97,891
99,884
100,272
100,171
103,183
92,992
87,499
85,880
94,355
97,710

2,118
2,204
2,462
2,941
1,631
1,376
1,839
2,561
2,615
1,869
1,776
1,483
1,248
957

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

180,995
178,889
186,406
190,094
193,518
193,763
191,272
195,452
209,285
202,380
200,972
205,902
235,374
247,971

2,674
3,876
3,991
4,113
2,496
2,256
3,716
3,399
3,291
4,162
1,869
1,703
1,452
1,307

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

96,006
108,355
108,817
95,685
107,536
108,432
101,051
97,028
87,718
48,104
45,027
34,096
43,963
59,880

4,209
4,059
4,208
3,663
2,598
2,523
2,416
2,820
2,480
2,339
1,910
2,697
2,303
2,414

17,358
17,018
16,258
16,448
16,752
17,006
15,488
15,484
13,324
8,710
10,364
8,290
8,734
9,667

222,148
230,405
238,451
224,721
235,814
234,550
223,047
222,342
220,813
180,792
180,766
174,156
205,497
231,042

CARGO COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

3,314
4,945
3,012
3,691
3,879
4,179
4,112
2,859
2,700
3,726
5,208

1,543
1,337
954
1,419
1,469
1,282
1,121
1,461
697
835
758
936
558
659

-

101,300
103,408
105,151
115,403
119,400
118,621
120,518
121,046
124,498
113,234
106,891
106,162
114,517
118,364

CARGO COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

5,752
5,396
5,162
5,082
4,067
3,805
3,537
4,281
3,177
3,174
2,668
3,633
2,861
3,073

17,358
17,018
16,258
16,448
16,752
17,006
15,488
15,484
13,324
8,710
10,364
8,290
8,734
9,667

323,448
333,813
343,602
340,124
355,214
353,171
343,565
343,388
345,311
294,026
287,657
280,318
320,014
349,406

CARGO COMMUTER

11,887
11,834
12,329
11,741
12,436
11,830
11,215
10,891
10,513
9,958
9,899
8,831
9,274
8,470

8,776
8,445
10,639
13,647
13,464
13,067
13,595
12,974
13,824
13,426
13,999
15,163
14,630
13,830

20,663
20,279
22,968
25,388
25,900
24,897
24,810
23,865
24,337
23,384
23,898
23,994
23,904
22,300

96,006
108,355
108,817
98,999
112,481
111,444
104,742
100,907
91,897
52,216
47,886
36,796
47,689
65,088

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government flights. Helicopters are excluded.

5

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.1 EWR
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

International
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

1,174
3,640
4,916
5,837
6,900
4,325
4,307
2,835
1,150
857
729
1,255
515
316

19,508
20,988
26,905
31,249
30,929
30,604
31,181
29,936
27,894
26,553
24,057
24,469
25,058
24,663

97,000
118,743
98,771
99,155
108,646
110,314
96,758
88,859
77,978
89,968
96,839
110,717
135,415
138,979

1,303
1,471
1,311
1,431
1,727
1,763
1,447
1,348
1,202
1,415
970
668
436
362

21,898
21,316
21,244
20,768
19,534
19,360
19,962
19,768
19,750
14,778
15,260
14,064
15,095
14,992

383,923
409,010
405,493
388,122
412,893
417,121
400,402
396,820
385,563
374,406
342,851
340,387
364,752
359,980

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

1,722
1,831
2,247
2,457
2,080
1,624
865
1,196
1,680
1,635
1,078
1,217
668
170

384
546
571
576
1,143
1,255
1,727
1,970
1,728
2,133
2,255
2,069
2,136

3,353
6,355
7,979
10,769
11,989
13,278

240
86
118
107
206
126
170
171
187
60
477
527
776
332

-

27,169
29,481
31,193
32,424
38,182
45,768
55,431
61,154
64,726
64,869
62,966
66,492
72,694
76,264

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

19,508
21,372
27,451
31,820
31,505
31,747
32,436
31,663
29,864
28,281
26,190
26,724
27,127
26,799

97,000
118,743
98,771
99,155
108,646
110,314
96,758
88,859
81,331
96,323
104,818
121,486
147,404
152,257

1,543
1,557
1,429
1,538
1,933
1,889
1,617
1,519
1,389
1,475
1,447
1,195
1,212
694

21,898
21,316
21,244
20,768
19,534
19,360
19,962
19,768
19,750
14,778
15,260
14,064
15,095
14,992

411,092
438,491
436,686
420,546
451,075
462,889
455,833
457,974
450,289
439,275
405,817
406,879
437,446
436,244

243,040
242,852
252,346
229,682
245,157
250,755
246,747
254,074
257,589
240,835
204,996
189,214
188,233
180,668

25,207
27,180
28,282
29,289
35,320
42,875
53,141
58,060
57,536
55,091
51,299
51,724
57,192
60,348

268,247
270,032
280,628
258,971
280,477
293,630
299,888
312,134
315,125
295,926
256,295
240,938
245,425
241,016

2,896
5,471
7,163
8,294
8,980
5,949
5,172
4,031
2,830
2,492
1,807
2,472
1,183
486

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government flights. Helicopters are excluded.

6

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.1 LGA
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

International
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

232,537
233,022
230,368
224,637
215,142
220,200
222,703
231,004
238,004
219,226
187,812
184,113
192,263
191,910

263
178
235
356
429
280
85
108
239
201
91
142
141
103

5
6
5
2
6
3
2
1
7
13
7
1
2

TOTAL

1,667
1,643
1,166
922
943
1,037
1,143
1,113
1,387
804
521
728
831
582

16,122
18,192
21,450
22,058
23,002
22,540
20,376
20,526
18,992
11,100
13,530
14,206
14,777
15,706

314,888
319,161
319,425
323,863
320,761
331,701
332,907
338,972
362,280
348,734
343,316
355,907
377,669
381,263

CARGO COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

1,978
3,312
3,344
2,652
2,588
174
2,023
3,520
7,065
6,117

9
11
8
8
11
15
8
5
5
8
13
6
7
4

-

17,465
17,978
18,314
21,627
24,886
23,398
23,228
24,024
22,275
19,137
19,123
19,054
22,106
23,590

CARGO COMMUTER

NON REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

1,676
1,654
1,174
930
954
1,052
1,151
1,118
1,392
812
534
734
838
586

16,122
18,192
21,450
22,058
23,002
22,540
20,376
20,526
18,992
11,100
13,530
14,206
14,777
15,706

332,353
337,139
337,739
345,490
345,647
355,099
356,135
362,996
384,555
367,871
362,439
374,961
399,775
404,853

-

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

249,988
250,983
248,669
246,254
238,033
240,268
242,577
252,370
257,679
238,168
204,892
199,640
207,297
209,377

OTHER*

64,083
65,834
65,976
75,555
80,851
87,242
88,222
86,163
103,658
117,403
141,362
156,718
169,657
172,962

216
292
230
335
394
402
378
58
-

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

17,451
17,961
18,301
21,617
22,891
20,068
19,874
21,366
19,675
18,942
17,080
15,527
15,034
17,467

NON REVENUE

CARGO COMMUTER

268
184
240
358
435
283
87
109
246
214
98
143
141
105

216
292
230
335
394
402
378
58
-

64,083
65,834
65,976
75,555
82,829
90,554
91,566
88,815
106,246
117,577
143,385
160,238
176,722
179,079

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government flights. Helicopters are excluded.

7

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.1 TETERBORO
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

International
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

-

-

-

TOTAL

-

188,108
191,940
185,840
183,922
163,500
170,514
184,488
185,710
182,888
175,980
200,599
193,807
202,400
196,129

188,108
191,940
185,840
183,922
163,500
170,514
184,488
185,710
182,888
175,980
200,599
193,807
202,400
196,129

CARGO COMMUTER

NONREVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

-

-

-

-

CARGO COMMUTER

NONREVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

-

188,108
191,940
185,840
183,922
163,500
170,514
184,488
185,710
182,888
175,980
200,599
193,807
202,400
196,129

188,108
191,940
185,840
183,922
163,500
170,514
184,488
185,710
182,888
175,980
200,599
193,807
202,400
196,129

-

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

-

OTHER*

-

-

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

-

NONREVENUE

CARGO COMMUTER

-

-

-

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private and Government. Unlike EWR, JFK or LGA, Helicopters are included.

8

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.1 REGION
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

International
YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

567,709
563,341
578,024
550,331
555,926
564,834
560,450
580,359
601,695
569,449
506,281
493,349
521,515
522,839

TOTAL

7,179
7,173
6,685
6,016
5,268
5,323
5,006
5,281
5,069
4,558
3,401
4,093
3,570
3,358

243,486
248,466
244,792
243,196
222,788
229,420
240,314
241,488
234,954
210,568
239,753
230,367
241,006
236,494

1,109,067
1,150,516
1,149,209
1,120,628
1,132,968
1,153,886
1,140,844
1,143,844
1,151,544
1,079,912
1,067,532
1,064,257
1,150,318
1,168,414

CARGO COMMUTER

NONREVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

3,314
6,923
6,324
7,035
6,531
10,120
10,641
12,861
16,989
22,780
24,603

1,792
1,434
1,080
1,534
1,686
1,423
1,299
1,637
889
903
1,248
1,469
1,341
995

-

145,934
150,867
154,658
169,454
182,468
187,787
199,177
206,224
211,499
197,240
188,980
191,708
209,317
218,218

CARGO COMMUTER

NONREVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

8,971
8,607
7,765
7,550
6,954
6,746
6,305
6,918
5,958
5,461
4,649
5,562
4,911
4,353

243,486
248,466
244,792
243,196
222,788
229,420
240,314
241,488
234,954
210,568
239,753
230,367
241,006
236,494

1,255,001
1,301,383
1,303,867
1,290,082
1,315,436
1,341,673
1,340,021
1,350,068
1,363,043
1,277,152
1,256,512
1,255,965
1,359,635
1,386,632

31,611
33,114
39,464
43,325
43,759
42,836
42,774
40,885
38,407
36,511
33,956
33,300
34,332
33,133

3,845
4,041
4,714
5,400
3,717
3,003
2,706
3,758
4,302
3,517
2,861
2,701
1,916
1,129

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

699,230
699,904
715,703
695,319
712,028
727,661
733,737
759,956
782,089
736,474
662,159
646,480
688,096
698,364

OTHER*

257,089
292,932
273,564
270,395
297,033
305,988
286,031
272,050
269,354
255,475
283,228
301,531
349,035
371,821

1,993
5,490
6,680
7,365
8,194
5,485
6,269
3,781
2,065
3,351
913
1,617
860
769

CHARTER
SCHEDULED
PASSENGER PASSENGER

131,521
136,563
137,679
144,988
156,102
162,827
173,287
179,597
180,394
167,025
155,878
153,131
166,581
175,525

NONREVENUE

CARGO COMMUTER

8,776
8,829
11,185
14,218
14,040
14,210
14,850
14,701
15,794
15,154
16,132
17,418
16,699
15,966

5,838
9,531
11,394
12,765
11,911
8,488
8,975
7,539
6,367
6,868
3,774
4,318
2,776
1,898

40,387
41,943
50,649
57,543
57,799
57,046
57,624
55,586
54,201
51,665
50,088
50,718
51,031
49,099

257,089
292,932
273,564
273,709
303,956
312,312
293,066
278,581
279,474
266,116
296,089
318,520
371,815
396,424

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government flights. Helicopters are excluded -- except at Teterboro.

9

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.2 JFK
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

International
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
PASSENGER

CHARTER
PASSENGER

CARGO

11,671
11,049
12,793
12,652
12,600
12,673
13,264
13,478
11,909
12,144
13,026
13,002
150,261

34
28
166
4
7
15
43
18
15
20
350

735
665
644
727
662
745
738
750
679
716
675
734
8,470

4,119
4,216
4,658
4,730
5,425
5,100
5,434
5,637
5,477
5,732
5,043
4,309
59,880

6.6%

71.6%

-8.7%

36.2%

SCHEDULED
PASSENGER

CHARTER
PASSENGER

CARGO

8,047
6,974
7,908
7,843
8,278
8,319
9,313
9,201
8,162
7,989
7,545
8,131
97,710

44
140
102
119
52
10
69
86
112
75
87
61
957

1,165
1,150
1,310
1,146
1,118
1,165
1,137
1,111
1,135
1,181
1,123
1,089
13,830

327
333
362
343
368
397
521
541
534
545
473
464
5,208

3.6%

-23.3%

-5.5%

39.8%

SCHEDULED
PASSENGER

CHARTER
PASSENGER

CARGO

19,718
18,023
20,701
20,495
20,878
20,992
22,577
22,679
20,071
20,133
20,571
21,133
247,971

78
168
268
119
56
17
69
101
155
93
102
81
1,307

1,900
1,815
1,954
1,873
1,780
1,910
1,875
1,861
1,814
1,897
1,798
1,823
22,300

4,446
4,549
5,020
5,073
5,793
5,497
5,955
6,178
6,011
6,277
5,516
4,773
65,088

5.4%

-10.0%

-6.7%

36.5%

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government and Helicopters

10

NON COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004 to 2005

224
204
212
210
216
191
178
208
217
214
185
155
2,414

542
576
868
784
994
956
872
916
958
870
561
770
9,667

17,325
16,738
19,341
19,103
19,901
19,672
20,486
21,004
19,283
19,694
19,505
18,990
231,042

15.3%
13.3%
20.8%
16.1%
20.3%
14.9%
11.9%
8.4%
9.7%
5.8%
10.2%
5.5%
12.4%

4.8%

10.7%

12.4%

NON COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004 to 2005

62
79
88
40
33
56
55
71
42
53
35
45
659

-

9,645
8,676
9,770
9,491
9,849
9,947
11,095
11,010
9,985
9,843
9,263
9,790
118,364

11.3%
7.0%
12.2%
5.0%
8.5%
1.9%
-0.8%
-2.0%
2.5%
3.7%
0.6%
-4.8%
3.4%

18.1%

-

3.4%

NON COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004 to 2005

286
283
300
250
249
247
233
279
259
267
220
200
3,073

542
576
868
784
994
956
872
916
958
870
561
770
9,667

26,970
25,414
29,111
28,594
29,750
29,619
31,581
32,014
29,268
29,537
28,768
28,780
349,406

13.8%
11.1%
17.7%
12.2%
16.1%
10.2%
7.1%
4.6%
7.1%
5.1%
6.9%
1.7%
9.2%

7.4%

10.7%

9.2%

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.2 EWR
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

International
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

-5.2%
-5.1%
0.2%
-1.2%
1.9%
-1.6%
-2.0%
-0.8%
1.5%
-4.1%
0.3%
0.2%
-1.3%

13,879
13,522
16,030
15,353
15,306
14,874
15,145
15,512
14,042
15,354
15,578
16,073
180,668

17
11
11
36
16
20
11
10
78
43
42
21
316

1,782
1,897
2,210
1,988
1,900
2,202
1,902
2,007
2,001
1,954
2,116
2,704
24,663

10,627
10,256
11,779
11,611
12,127
11,800
11,950
12,811
11,772
11,788
11,182
11,276
138,979

29
21
30
22
24
27
19
14
30
44
67
35
362

1,090
1,224
1,148
1,140
1,396
1,506
1,210
1,212
1,404
1,248
1,348
1,066
14,992

27,424
26,931
31,208
30,150
30,769
30,429
30,237
31,566
29,327
30,431
30,333
31,175
359,980

-4.0%

-38.6%

-1.6%

2.6%

-17.0%

-0.7%

-1.3%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

5.3%
1.5%
2.3%
2.1%
3.6%
7.8%
11.5%
5.3%
6.6%
5.0%
0.6%
5.8%
4.9%

4,841
4,441
5,057
5,047
5,069
5,438
5,994
5,622
4,950
4,906
4,330
4,653
60,348

25
8
39
11
13
1
3
3
25
21
12
9
170

120
142
142
134
142
137
194
225
218
224
210
248
2,136

922
884
978
982
1,080
1,118
1,384
1,428
1,134
1,108
1,019
1,241
13,278

3
4
7
5
45
39
41
51
26
24
48
39
332

-

5,911
5,479
6,223
6,179
6,349
6,733
7,616
7,329
6,353
6,283
5,619
6,190
76,264

5.5%

-74.6%

3.2%

10.8%

-57.2%

-

4.9%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

-3.5%
-4.0%
0.5%
-0.6%
2.2%
0.0%
0.4%
0.3%
2.4%
-2.7%
0.3%
1.1%
-0.3%

18,720
17,963
21,087
20,400
20,375
20,312
21,139
21,134
18,992
20,260
19,908
20,726
241,016

42
19
50
47
29
21
14
13
103
64
54
30
486

1,902
2,039
2,352
2,122
2,042
2,339
2,096
2,232
2,219
2,178
2,326
2,952
26,799

11,549
11,140
12,757
12,593
13,207
12,918
13,334
14,239
12,906
12,896
12,201
12,517
152,257

32
25
37
27
69
66
60
65
56
68
115
74
694

1,090
1,224
1,148
1,140
1,396
1,506
1,210
1,212
1,404
1,248
1,348
1,066
14,992

33,335
32,410
37,431
36,329
37,118
37,162
37,853
38,895
35,680
36,714
35,952
37,365
436,244

-1.8%

-58.9%

-1.2%

3.3%

-42.7%

-0.7%

-0.3%

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government and Helicopters

11

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.2 LGA
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

International
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

-0.3%
-4.4%
1.0%
0.1%
4.3%
12.7%
0.3%
2.7%
2.7%
-4.4%
-2.9%
-0.5%
1.0%

15,700
14,837
16,481
16,268
16,751
16,027
16,156
16,688
15,548
15,719
15,705
16,030
191,910

2
1
24
6
21
17
11
12
7
2
103

-

13,344
12,811
14,124
14,194
14,924
17,966
14,074
14,755
14,328
14,213
13,978
14,251
172,962

63
51
53
73
63
63
41
49
27
27
42
30
582

970
1,050
2,020
1,452
1,390
1,442
1,006
1,140
1,516
1,246
1,294
1,180
15,706

30,077
28,751
32,679
32,011
33,134
35,519
31,294
32,643
31,431
31,212
31,021
31,491
381,263

-0.2%

-27.0%

-

1.9%

-30.0%

6.3%

1.0%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

25.3%
20.5%
16.2%
20.0%
22.2%
5.4%
9.0%
-1.8%
2.6%
-3.5%
-12.9%
-12.2%
6.7%

1,501
1,466
1,557
1,551
1,682
1,525
1,621
1,465
1,270
1,205
1,332
1,292
17,467

1
1
2

-

442
434
460
525
546
518
508
513
690
699
471
311
6,117

1
1
1
1
4

-

1,944
1,901
2,017
2,077
2,228
2,043
2,129
1,978
1,961
1,905
1,803
1,604
23,590

16.2%

#DIV/0!

-

-13.4%

-42.9%

-

6.7%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NON COMMUTER REVENUE OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

1.0%
-3.1%
1.8%
1.1%
5.3%
12.3%
0.8%
2.5%
2.7%
-4.4%
-3.5%
-1.2%
1.3%

17,201
16,303
18,038
17,819
18,433
17,552
17,777
18,153
16,818
16,924
17,037
17,322
209,377

2
1
24
6
21
17
11
13
7
2
1
105

-

13,786
13,245
14,584
14,719
15,470
18,484
14,582
15,268
15,018
14,912
14,449
14,562
179,079

64
52
53
74
63
63
41
49
27
28
42
30
586

970
1,050
2,020
1,452
1,390
1,442
1,006
1,140
1,516
1,246
1,294
1,180
15,706

32,021
30,652
34,696
34,088
35,362
37,562
33,423
34,621
33,392
33,117
32,824
33,095
404,853

1.0%

-25.5%

-

1.3%

-30.1%

6.3%

1.3%

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government and Helicopters

12

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.2 TETERBORO
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

International
MONTH

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

5.7%
-6.3%
-0.1%
0.9%
-3.9%
-0.1%
-6.5%
1.7%
0.2%
-15.2%
-2.4%
-8.1%
-3.1%

-

-

-

-

14,842
15,095
16,889
17,250
17,500
17,915
14,791
15,013
17,659
16,135
17,702
15,338
196,129

14,842
15,095
16,889
17,250
17,500
17,915
14,791
15,013
17,659
16,135
17,702
15,338
196,129

-

-

-

-

-

-3.1%

-3.1%

NONCARGO COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

% CHANGE
2004-2005

TOTAL

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

OTHER*

-

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

NONCARGO COMMUTER REVENUE

NONCARGO COMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

-

-

-

-

-

14,842
15,095
16,889
17,250
17,500
17,915
14,791
15,013
17,659
16,135
17,702
15,338
196,129

14,842
15,095
16,889
17,250
17,500
17,915
14,791
15,013
17,659
16,135
17,702
15,338
196,129

-

-

-

-

-

-3.1%

-3.1%

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government and Helicopters

13

-

% CHANGE
2004-2005

5.7%
-6.3%
-0.1%
0.9%
-3.9%
-0.1%
-6.5%
1.7%
0.2%
-15.2%
-2.4%
-8.1%
-3.1%

Commercial and Non-Commercial
Aircraft Movements

1.1.2 REGION
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

International
MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NONCOMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

1.7%
-2.0%
3.8%
2.6%
4.7%
6.2%
0.7%
2.5%
3.2%
-4.5%
0.5%
-0.5%
1.6%

41,250
39,408
45,304
44,273
44,657
43,574
44,565
45,678
41,499
43,217
44,309
45,105
522,839

51
41
178
60
26
48
28
36
133
68
59
41
769

2,517
2,562
2,854
2,715
2,562
2,947
2,640
2,757
2,680
2,670
2,791
3,438
33,133

28,090
27,283
30,561
30,535
32,476
34,866
31,458
33,203
31,577
31,733
30,203
29,836
371,821

316
276
295
305
303
281
238
271
274
285
294
220
3,358

17,444
17,945
20,925
20,626
21,280
21,819
17,879
18,281
21,537
19,499
20,905
18,354
236,494

89,668
87,515
100,117
98,514
101,304
103,535
96,808
100,226
97,700
97,472
98,561
96,994
1,168,414

0.3%

-10.6%

-3.5%

6.5%

-5.9%

-1.9%

1.6%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NONCOMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

10.6%
6.5%
8.9%
5.5%
8.2%
4.3%
4.4%
0.5%
3.9%
3.3%
-1.1%
-2.1%
4.3%

14,389
12,881
14,522
14,441
15,029
15,282
16,928
16,288
14,382
14,100
13,207
14,076
175,525

69
148
141
130
65
11
72
89
138
96
99
71
1,129

1,285
1,292
1,452
1,280
1,260
1,302
1,331
1,336
1,353
1,405
1,333
1,337
15,966

1,691
1651
1800
1850
1994
2033
2413
2482
2358
2,352
1963
2016
24,603

66
84
95
46
78
95
96
122
68
78
83
84
995

-

17,500
16,056
18,010
17,747
18,426
18,723
20,840
20,317
18,299
18,031
16,685
17,584
218,218

5.4%

-41.1%

-4.4%

8.0%

-25.8%

-

4.3%

SCHEDULED
CHARTER
PASSENGER PASSENGER

CARGO

NONCOMMUTER REVENUE

OTHER*

TOTAL

% CHANGE
2004-2005

3.1%
-0.8%
4.6%
3.0%
5.2%
5.9%
1.3%
2.2%
3.3%
-3.3%
0.3%
-0.7%
2.0%

55,639
52,289
59,826
58,714
59,686
58,856
61,493
61,966
55,881
57,317
57,516
59,181
698,364

120
189
319
190
91
59
100
125
271
164
158
112
1,898

3,802
3,854
4,306
3,995
3,822
4,249
3,971
4,093
4,033
4,075
4,124
4,775
49,099

29,781
28,934
32,361
32,385
34,470
36,899
33,871
35,685
33,935
34,085
32,166
31,852
396,424

382
360
390
351
381
376
334
393
342
363
377
304
4,353

17,444
17,945
20,925
20,626
21,280
21,819
17,879
18,281
21,537
19,499
20,905
18,354
236,494

107,168
103,571
118,127
116,261
119,730
122,258
117,648
120,543
115,999
115,503
115,246
114,578
1,386,632

1.5%

-31.6%

-3.8%

6.6%

-11.4%

-1.9%

2.0%

* Includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, Government and Helicopters. Includes Teterboro.

14

1.2.1

Helicopter Movements

Annual Totals 1992-2005

MONTH
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

JFK*+
11,959
11,959
5,148
5,128
1,888
2,140
3,676
3,630
3,218
2,152
1,778
1,578
851
605

EWR*+
33,244
37,484
41,798
46,818
9,512
-

LGA* WEST 30TH STREET DOWNTOWN
15,294
14,846
14,716
14,840
17,348
21,366
25,489
29,580
28,534
6,866
3,158
18,054
31,856
35,936
-

* Scheduled Only
+ NY Helicopter, DHL, Pan Am Helicopter included beginning 1986
Note: Teterboro not reporting; W. 30th Heliport was returned to NYS DOT, May 1996

15

TOTAL
60,497
64,289
61,662
66,786
28,748
23,506
29,165
33,210
31,752
9,018
4,936
19,632
32,707
36,541

1.2.2

Helicopter Movements

Monthly Totals 2005 and 2004

2005 MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total

2004 MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total

JFK*
57
58
56
56
53
61
59
68
25
50
16
46
605

JFK*
116
52
128
60
72
56
74
92
42
45
56
58
851

EWR
-

EWR
-

LGA WEST 30TH STREET DOWNTOWN
2,174
2,696
3,758
3,336
3,564
2,540
2,410
3,086
2,444
2,594
3,546
3,788
35,936

TOTAL
2,231
2,754
3,814
3,392
3,617
2,601
2,469
3,154
2,469
2,644
3,562
3,834
36,541

LGA WEST 30TH STREET DOWNTOWN
1,494
2,058
2,270
3,216
2,400
2,864
2,616
2,594
1,980
2,874
3,550
3,940
31,856

TOTAL
1,610
2,110
2,398
3,276
2,472
2,920
2,690
2,686
2,022
2,919
3,606
3,998
32,707

* Scheduled Only
Note: Teterboro not reporting; W. 30th Heliport was returned to NYS DOT, May 1986

16

Aircraft Movements
By Market

1.3.1 JFK
Annual Totals 1992-2005

LATIN

TRANS

TRANS

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

CANADA

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

AMERICA

ATLANTIC

PACIFIC

TOTAL

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

213,679
222,558
230,656
216,837
228,311
226,233
215,861
214,712
212,607
173,918
173,994
166,198
195,818
220,472

8,469
7,847
7,795
7,884
7,503
8,317
7,186
7,630
8,206
6,874
6,772
7,958
9,679
10,570

764
743
1,648
4,296
5,595
3,691
4,501
4,637
4,968
5,074
3,663
4,425
5,178
6,604

14,833
15,238
14,734
15,288
14,887
15,096
15,043
17,353
18,606
19,695
19,698
19,817
21,667
20,696

3,824
3,998
3,244
3,279
3,383
3,473
3,538
3,487
3,653
3,653
3,725
3,896
3,954
4,142

12,168
12,585
12,516
12,976
13,863
14,608
14,975
12,505
10,798
9,870
9,184
8,425
9,679
10,093

61,913
61,998
64,089
68,055
69,170
68,063
69,293
69,113
72,490
60,831
56,195
54,247
58,312
60,400

7,798
8,846
8,920
11,509
12,502
13,690
13,168
13,951
13,983
14,111
14,426
15,352
15,727
16,429

323,448
333,813
343,602
340,124
355,214
353,171
343,565
343,388
345,311
294,026
287,657
280,318
320,014
349,406

Aircraft Movements
By Market

1.3.1 EWR
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

CANADA

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

TOTAL

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

380,032
405,193
401,667
382,631
408,129
412,740
395,992
391,929
379,925
368,839
337,475
335,196
358,833
354,556

3,891
3,817
3,826
5,491
4,764
4,381
4,410
4,891
5,638
5,567
5,376
5,191
5,919
5,424

7,018
9,188
10,425
11,237
11,826
13,125
14,338
13,228
17,062
19,440
17,533
20,031
21,358
21,084

6,148
5,574
5,171
5,100
6,250
5,358
4,947
5,242
6,325
6,947
7,696
8,359
9,662
8,912

1,593
1,877
2,465
2,282
2,810
2,914
3,842
4,041
4,146
3,625
3,941
3,690
3,918
4,075

12
5
30
167
1,375
3,125
4,993
5,704
5,226
4,799
3,995
3,932
4,354
4,474

11,685
11,956
12,049
12,257
15,047
20,172
26,228
31,170
30,104
27,912
27,903
28,758
31,365
34,716

713
881
1,053
1,381
874
1,074
1,083
1,769
1,863
2,146
1,898
1,722
2,037
3,003

411,092
438,491
436,686
420,546
451,075
462,889
455,833
457,974
450,289
439,275
405,817
406,879
437,446
436,244

Note: "Domestic" includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, and Government. Helicopters are excluded.

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Aircraft Movements
By Market

1.3.1 LGA
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

CANADA

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

TOTAL

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

314,887
319,159
319,424
323,862
320,761
331,699
332,907
338,972
362,278
348,734
343,316
355,906
377,669
381,263

1
2
1
1
2
2
1
-

16,738
16,830
16,990
20,275
23,657
22,389
22,444
23,241
21,109
17,441
17,377
17,138
19,908
21,556

725
1,147
1,324
1,352
1,227
1,009
784
783
1,165
1,696
1,745
1,916
2,198
2,034

-

2
1
-

2
1
1
-

-

332,353
337,139
337,739
345,490
345,647
355,099
356,135
362,996
384,555
367,871
362,439
374,961
399,775
404,853

Aircraft Movements
By Market

1.3.1 REGION
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

CANADA

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

TOTAL

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

1,096,706
1,138,850
1,137,587
1,107,252
1,120,701
1,141,186
1,129,248
1,131,323
1,137,698
1,067,471
1,055,384
1,051,107
1,134,720
1,152,420

12361
11,666
11,622
13,376
12,267
12,700
11,596
12,521
13,846
12,441
12,148
13,150
15,598
15,994

24,520
26,761
29,063
35,808
41,078
39,205
41,283
41,106
43,139
41,955
38,573
41,594
46,444
49,244

21,706
21,959
21,229
21,740
22,364
21,463
20,774
23,378
26,096
28,338
29,139
30,092
33,527
31,642

5,417
5,875
5,709
5,561
6,193
6,387
7,380
7,528
7,799
7,278
7,666
7,586
7,872
8,217

12,182
12,591
12,546
13,143
15,238
17,733
19,968
18,209
16,024
14,669
13,179
12,357
14,033
14,567

73,598
73,954
76,138
80,312
84,219
88,235
95,521
100,283
102,595
88,743
84,099
83,005
89,677
95,116

8,511
9,727
9,973
12,890
13,376
14,764
14,251
15,720
15,846
16,257
16,324
17,074
17,764
19,432

1,255,001
1,301,383
1,303,867
1,290,082
1,315,436
1,341,673
1,340,021
1,350,068
1,363,043
1,277,152
1,256,512
1,255,965
1,359,635
1,386,632

Note: Domestic includes Air Taxi, Business & Private, and Government. Helicopters are excluded.
Regional total includes Teterboro.

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1.4.1 Average Nonstop Daily Scheduled Departures

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EWR August 2005: 585.52 Daily Average Nonstop Scheduled Departures to 156 Cities*
JFK August 2005: 465.54 Daily Average Nonstop Scheduled Departures to 145 Cities*
LGA August 2005: 554.83 Daily Average Nonstop Scheduled Departures to 72 Cities*

1.4.1 REGION AIRCRAFT MOVEMENTS BY WORLD REGION & CITY
REGION

EWR JFK

CITIES SERVED

LGA Region

DOMESTIC
Mid Western

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI, US
MINNEAPOLIS/ST PAU, MN, US
OMAHA, NEBRASKA, US
ST LOUIS, MISSOURI, US
*TOTAL REGION Mid Western U.S.
Mountain
ALBUQUERQUE, NM, US
DENVER, COLORADO, US
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, US
PHOENIX, ARIZONA, US
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, US
*TOTAL REGION Mountain U.S.
North Central
AKRON/CANTON, OHIO, US
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, US
CINCINNATI, OHIO, US
CLEVELAND, OHIO, US
COLUMBUS, OHIO, US
DAYTON, OHIO, US
DETROIT, MICHIGAN, US
GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, US
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, US
MADISON, WISCONSIN, US
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, US
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN, US
*TOTAL REGION North Central U.S.
North East U.S.
ALBANY, NEW YORK, US
BANGOR, MAINE, US
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, US
BUFFALO, NEW YORK, US
BURLINGTON, VERMONT, US
HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT, US
HYANNIS, MASSACHUSETTS, US
ITHACA, NEW YORK, US
LEBANON, NH/WH RIV JCT, VT, US
MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, US
MARTHAS VINEYARD, MA, US
NANTUCKET, MASSACHUSETTS, US
PHILA, PA/CAMDEN, NJ, US
PITTSBURGH, PA, US
PORTLAND, MAINE, US
PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND, US
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, US
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK, US
*TOTAL REGION North East U.S.
South Central U.S. BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA, US
HUNTSVILLE/DECATUR, AL, US
KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE, US
LEXINGTON/FRANKFORT, KY, US
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, US
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, US
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, US
*TOTAL REGION South Central U.S.

19

3.86
11.02
2.72
9.3
26.9
0.56
6.86
8
7.79
2.86
26.07
31.32
9.88
5.78
5.37
2.72
12.16
1.57
4.72
0.86
7.02
81.4
3.86
3
15.51
5.93
4
3.79

3.72

4.65
6.58

4
7.72

4.58
15.81

2
11
4
4
21

6.93

1
5
2
1
5.86
1

15.86
13.27
6.72
3

3.93
2.86
3
12.02
4
4.86
4.99
3.86
75.61
1.86
0.86
1.86
0.86
2.86
4.44
3.93
16.67

1
2
5.86
3
34.85

3
1
4

6.93
3
43.2
6.86
10.84
14.31
2.58
15.79
2
9.02
6.37
0.42
114.39
2.58
4
36.24
7.3
5.02
3.07
3.86
2.86
8.3
6.72
6.86
8.79
6.51
8.3
4.51
5.51
6.58
127.01
3
1
1
3.37
2.86
2.79
14.02

8.51
21.32
2.72
17.88
50.43
0.56
15.79
19
11.79
6.86
54
3
75.52
21.74
18.62
20.68
5.3
33.81
3.57
14.74
0.86
13.39
0.42
211.65
6.44
7
65.02
19.95
12.02
3.79
3.07
3.86
2.86
12.23
6.72
9.72
12.79
20.53
12.3
9.37
16.36
13.44
237.47
4.86
0.86
2.86
1.86
9.23
7.3
7.72
34.69

1.4.1 Average Nonstop Daily Scheduled Departures
REGION
South East

CITIES SERVED
AGUADILLA, PUERTO RICO (US)
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, US
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, US
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, US
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA, US
CHARLOTTE AMALIE, VI (US)
CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA, US
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA, US
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA, US
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA, US
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, US
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, US
GREENSBORO/HIGH POINT, NC, US
GREENVILLE/SPRTNBG, SC, US
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, US
MELBOURNE, FLORIDA, US
MIAMI, FLORIDA, US
MYRTLE BEACH, SC, US
NEWPORT NEWS/WMSBG, VA, US
NORFOLK/VA B/PT/CH, VA, US
ORLANDO, FLORIDA, US
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, US
PONCE, PUERTO RICO (US)
RALEIGH/DURHAM, NC, US
RICHMOND INTL, RICHMND, VA, US
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, US
SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO (US)
SARASOTA/BRADENTON, FL, US
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, US
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, US
TAMPA, FLORIDA, US
WASHINGTON, DC, US
WEST PALM BEACH/PALM B, FL, US
WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA, US
*TOTAL REGION South East U.S.
South Western
AUSTIN, TEXAS, US
DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX, US
FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS, US
HOUSTON, TEXAS, US
LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, US
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, US
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK, US
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, US
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, US
*TOTAL REGION South Western U.S.
Western
BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, US
HONOLULU, OAHU, HAWAII, US
LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, US
LOS ANGELES, CA, US
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, US
ONTARIO/SAN BERNDN, CA, US
PORTLAND, OREGON, US
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, US
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, US
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, US
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, US
SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA, US
SEATTLE/TACOMA, WA, US
*TOTAL REGION Western U.S.

Domestic Daily-Each-Way Flight Averages

EWR JFK
1
2
27.28
4
3.14
0.7
13.67
1.86
3
6.98
2.42
4.86
2.72
4.28
8.06
1
5.58
10
12.95
4.72
5.72
2.14
3.28
5.84
29.37
5
171.57
1.86
11.72
1.58
10.54
1.79
3
1.58
1.86
1.72
35.65

LGA Region
2

0

3
2
62.16
12.44
11.42
1.7
32.04
2.72
4.86
3
41.28
8.42
16.16
7.3
11.28
3
22.06
3.84
3
13.95
35.86
2
1
40.45
13.81
2.51
19
2.14
8.77
2
18.84
93.08
18
3.14
526.23
1.86
27.94
3.74
21.68
1.79
7.86
1.58
1.86
1.72
70.03
4
1
8
39.23
6
2
3.58
1
8.86
23.08
2.56
2.51
11.93
113.75

308.42 520.2

1298.25

7
2
2
1
1

15.86
6
3
3
3
5.93
2
17
2
1
8.99

27.88
6.44
6.28
17.37
2.72
3
18.44
8.3
4.58
4
8.07
2.84
3
6.37
8.86
18.51
9.09
2.51

13.28
2
2
9
21.84
9
139.9
3.07

3.49
4
41.87
4
3.14
214.76

1

13.15
2.16
10.14

3

1.86

7.07
4

27.31

1
11.79
2.58
3.86
7.57
0.56
2.51
5.86
35.73

469.6

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8
27.44
6
2
1
1
5
15.51
2
6.07
78.02

1.4.1 Average Nonstop Daily Scheduled Departures
REGION

CITIES SERVED

Africa

ACCRA, GHANA
CAIRO, EGYPT
CASABLANCA, MOROCCO
DAKAR, SENEGAL

International

*TOTAL REGION Africa
Australasia

EWR

JFK

0
PAPEETE, FRENCH POLYNESIA (FR)
SYDNEY, NS, AUSTRALIA Direct Service Via LAX

*TOTAL REGION Australasia
Canada,Greenland

CALGARY,CANADA
HALIFAX, CANADA
MONTREAL, CANADA
OTTAW A, CANADA
QUEBEC, CANADA
ST.JOHNS,CANADA
TORONTO, CANADA
VANCOUVER,CANADA
*TOTAL REGION Canada,Greenland
Caribbean
ANTIGUA, ANTIGUA & BARBUDA
ARUBA, ARUBA
BERMUDA, BERMUDA (UK)
BRIDGETOW N, BARBADOS
FREEPORT, BAHAMAS
GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN (BW I-UK)
GRENADA, GRENADA & S GREN
KINGSTON, JAMAICA
MONTEGO BAY, JAMAICA
NASSAU, BAHAMAS
PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI
PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD & TOBA
PROVIDENCIALES, TURKS & C (UK)
PUERTO PLATA, DOMINICAN REP
PUNTA CANA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
SANTIAGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
SANTO DOMINGO, DO
ST MARTIN, NETH ANTIL (NL)
*TOTAL REGION Caribbean
Europe
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS
ATHENS, GREECE
BARCELONA, SPAIN
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRE, UK
BERLIN, GERMANY
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, UK
BOLOGNA, ITALY
BRISTOL, ENGLAND, UK
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
COLOGNE/DUSSLDORF/BONN, GERMANY
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
DUBLIN, IRELAND
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND, UK
FRANKFURT, GERMANY
GENEVA, SW ITZERLAND
GLASGOW /PRESTW ICK, SCT, UK
HAMBURG, GERMANY
HELSINKI, FINLAND
KEFLAVIK/REYKJAVIK, IS
KIEV, UKRAINE
KRAKOW , POLAND
LISBON, PORTUGAL
LONDON, ENGLAND, UK
MADRID, SPAIN
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, UK
MILAN, ITALY
MOSCOW , RUSSIA
MUNICH, GERMANY
NAPLES, ITALY

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0
0.56
4
8.86
3.58
3
1
11.42
1
33.42
0.58
1.14
2.28
0.42
0.72
0.14
0.42
1.72
1
0.58
0.86
1.42
1
1.14
1
14.42
3

1
1
2

LGA Region

0.14
0.72
0.86
1
2.72
0.42
0.42
0.84
3
4

3
2
12
0.28
1.14
2
1.56

1
1
1
1.42
2
1
1.58
1

0.14
2.42
7
1
2
2
0.86

0

8.72
2.86

19.32
30.9
0.14
1
0.28

0.42
2.86
1.56
3
1
1.72
0.14
0.28
0.63
7
5
0.72
29.31
3
2.14
1
1
0.42

1
1

0

2.28
1
0.86
1.35
5
1

1
1
0.72
0.28
0.07
19.14
3.28
1.56
2
2
1
0.42

2.28

3.7

0.14
0.72
0.86
1
2.72
0.42
0.42
0.84
0.56
7
21.58
6.44
3
1
33.74
3
76.32
0.86
2.42
5.28
1.98
1
0.14
0.42
3.28
3.28
6.28
1
2.3
0.14
1.14
2.05
8
6.14
1.72
47.43
6
2.14
1
1
2
2
0.42
1
3.28
1
1.86
1
2.35
1.42
7
2
1.58
1
1
1
0.72
0.42
2.49
26.14
4.28
3.56
4
2
1.86
0.42

1.4.1 Average Nonstop Daily Scheduled Departures
REGION

*TOTAL REGION Europe
Far East

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EWR JFK

CITIES SERVED
NICE, FRANCE
OSLO, NORWAY
PALERMO, ITALY
PARIS, FRANCE
PORTO, PORTUGAL
PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC
RIGA, LATVIA
ROME, ITALY
SHANNON, IRELAND
STANSTED, ENGLAND, UK
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN
VENICE, ITALY
VIENNA, AUSTRIA
WARSAW, POLAND
ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

LGA Region
1

1
4
0.58
2.58
1

0.14
9
0.07
1
0.28
3
1.35
2

2.42
0.7
1.86
48.56

BANGKOK, THAILAND
BEIJING, CHINA
HONG KONG, CHINA
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA Direct Service Via ANC
SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
TAIPEI, TAIWAN Direct Service Via ANC
TAIPEI, TAIWAN Direct Service Via SEA
TOKYO, JAPAN

*TOTAL REGION Far East
Middle America

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE
CAN CUN, MEXICO
GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO
PANAMA CITY, PANAMA
PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO
SAN JOSE DEL CABO, MEXICO
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
SAN PEDRO SULA, HONDURAS
SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR
*TOTAL REGION Middle America
Middle East
AMMAN, JORDAN
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EM
ISTANBUL, TURKEY
JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA
KUWAIT, KUWAIT
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
*TOTAL REGION Middle East
South America
BOGOTA, COLOMBIA
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA
CARACAS, VENEZUELA
GEORGETOWN, GUYANA
GUAYAQUIL, ECUADOR
LIMA, PERU
MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL
*TOTAL REGION South America

1
0.86

1
1.58
1.14
2
75.08
0.86
1
1
2.35
0.35

0

1
0.58
1
1
4.86
0.14
3.14
0.28
2
1
0.28
0.28
1
0.28
0.14
8.54

2.7
2.7
1
0.14
1
1
1
4.14

5.42
11.56

0

1
0.72
4
1
1
0.58
1.14
9.44
0.72
1
2.14
0.42
0.28
2.97
7.53
1
1.42
1
1.58
1
1
0.57
2.42
9.99

0

0

0

International Daily-Each-Way Flight Averages

116.64 158.5

System Daily-Each-Way Flight Averages

586.52 466.9 554.8
22

34.6

1
1
0.14
13
0.07
1.58
0.28
5.58
2.35
2
2.42
1
1.58
1.84
3.86
123.64
0.86
2
1.86
2.35
0.35
1
0.58
1
6.42
16.42
0.14
4.14
1
6
2
0.28
0.28
2
0.86
1.28
17.98
0.72
1
2.14
0.42
0.28
5.67
10.23
2
1.42
1.14
1.58
2
2
0.57
3.42
14.13
0

309.71
0
1,608

Top 50 Domestic
Airport Comparisons

2.1.1
U.S. Passenger Traffic

2005

RANK AIRPORT,LOCATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

ATLANTA, GEORGIA (ATL)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (ORD)
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (LAX)
DALLAS/FT WORTH AIRPORT, TEXAS (DFW)
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA (LAS)
DENVER, COLORADO (DEN)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK (JFK)
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (PHX)
HOUSTON, TEXAS (IAH)
MINNEAPOLIS/ST PAUL, MINNESOTA (MSP)
DETROIT, MICHIGAN (DTW)
ORLANDO, FLORIDA (MCO)
NEWARK, NEW JERSEY (EWR)
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (SFO)
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA (PHL)
MIAMI, FLORIDA (MIA)
TORONTO (YYZ)
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (SEA)
CHARLOTTE, NO CAROLINA (CLT)
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS (BOS)
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (IAD)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK (LGA)
CINCINNATI, OHIO (HEBRON, KENTUCKY) (CVG)
FT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA (FLL)
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH (SLC)
BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON, MARYLAND (BWI)
HONOLULU, HAWAII (HNL)
TAMPA, FLORIDA (TPA)
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (DCA)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (MDW)
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA (SAN)
VANCOUVER (YVR)
ST LOUIS, MISSOURI (STL)
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA (OAK)
PORTLAND, OREGON (PDX)
CLEVELAND, OHIO (CLE)
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE (MEM)
MONTREAL (YUL)
SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA (SJC)
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA (PIT)
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA (SMF)
CALGARY (YYC)
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI (MCI)
SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA (SNA)
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (BNA)
RALEIGH-DURHAM, NO CAROLINA (RDU)
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA (IND)
HOUSTON, TEXAS (HOU)
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA (MSY)
AUSTIN, TEXAS (AUS)

# OF PASSENGERS

% Change 2004 to 2005

85,907,423
76,510,003
61,489,398
59,176,265
43,989,982
43,387,513
41,885,104
41,213,754
39,684,640
37,604,373
36,389,294
34,128,048
33,999,990
32,802,363
31,495,385
31,008,453
29,914,750
29,289,026
28,206,052
27,087,905
26,842,922
26,671,787
22,778,785
22,390,285
22,237,176
20,187,741
20,079,462
19,045,390
17,843,772
17,650,462
17,372,521
16,584,235
14,697,263
14,417,575
13,879,701
11,463,391
11,435,486
10,889,125
10,755,978
10,478,605
10,203,066
10,148,718
9,991,681
9,627,032
9,232,541
9,204,490
8,524,442
8,252,532
7,775,147
7,683,545

2.8
1.3
1.3
(0.4)
6.0
2.6
8.9
4.3
8.7
2.4
3.2
8.4
3.3
2.0
10.5
2.8
4.5
1.7
12.1
3.6
18.5
5.2
3.2
7.5
21.1
(3.0)
4.6
9.5
12.0
(9.2)
6.1
3.1
9.6
2.3
6.5
1.8
5.6
15.7
0.2
(21.0)
6.5
10.6
(0.5)
3.8
6.5
7.0
6.2
(0.5)
(20.1)
6.1

Source: Airports Council International - Preliminary Worldwide Airport Traffic Report - Calendar Year 2005

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Top 50 Worldwide
Airport Comparisons

2.1.2
Worldwide Passenger Traffic

2005

RANK AIRPORT,LOCATION
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

# OF PASSENGERS

ATLANTA, GA (ATL)
CHICAGO, IL (ORD)
LONDON (LHR)
TOKYO (HND)
LOS ANGELES, CA (LAX)
DALLAS/FT WORTH AIRPORT, TX (DFW)
PARIS (CDG)
FRANKFURT (FRA)
AMSTERDAM (AMS)
LAS VEGAS, NV (LAS)
DENVER, COLORADO (DEN)
MADRID (MAD)
NEW YORK, NY (JFK)
PHOENIX, ARIZONA (PHX)
BEIJING (PEK)
HONG KONG, CHINA (HKG)
HOUSTON, TX (IAH)
BANGKOK (BKK)
MINNEAPOLIS/ST PAUL, MN (MSP)
DETROIT, MICHIGAN (DTW)
ORLANDO, FL (MCO)
NEWARK, NJ (EWR)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (SFO)
LONDON (LGW)
SINGAPORE (SIN)
PHILADELPHIA, PA (PHL)
TOKYO (NRT)
MIAMI, FL (MIA)
TORONTO (YYZ)
SEATTLE, WA (SEA)
SYDNEY (SYD)
ROME (FCO)
MUNICH (MUC)
CHARLOTTE (CLT)
JAKARTA (CGK)
BARCELONA (BCN)
BOSTON (BOS)
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (IAD)
NEW YORK, NY (LGA)
SEOUL (SEL)
PARIS (ORY)
DUBAI (DUB)
MEXICO CITY (MEX)
SHANGHAI (PVG)
GUANGZHOU (CAN)
KUALA LUMPUR (KUL)
CINCINNATI (CVG)
MANCHESTER (MAN)
FT. LAUDERDALE (FLL)
SALT LAKE CITY (SLC)

% Change 2004 to 2005

85 907 423
76 510 003
67 915 403
63 282 219
61 489 398
59 176 265
53 798 308
52 219 412
44 163 098
43 989 982
43 387 513
41 940 059
41 885 104
41 213 754
41 004 008
40 269 847
39 684 640
38 985 043
37 604 373
36 389 294
34 128 048
33 999 990
32 802 363
32 784 330
32 430 856
31 495 385
31 451 274
31 008 453
29 914 750
29 289 026
29,234,504
28,619,845
28,619,427
28,206,052
27,947,482
27,121,753
27,087,905
26,842,922
26,671,787
26,223,291
24,860,532
24,782,288
24,115,552
23,720,185
23,558,274
23,213,926
22,778,785
22,734,350
22,390,285
22,237,176

Source: Airports Council International - Preliminary Worldwide Airport Traffic Report - Calendar Year 2005

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2.8
1.3
0.8
1.6
1.3
(0.4)
5.0
2.2
3.8
6.0
2.6
8.4
8.9
4.3
17.5
9.7
8.7
2.7
2.4
3.2
8.4
3.3
2.0
4.2
6.8
10.5
1.3
2.8
4.5
1.7
4.0
2.0
6.7
12.1
8.8
10.5
3.6
18.5
5.2
8.2
3.4
14.1
4.9
12.3
15.7
10.2
3.2
5.5
7.5
21.1

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.1 JFK
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
10,800,891
9,797,182
10,898,617
11,386,305
11,863,602
12,047,373
11,308,438
11,639,290
12,361,084
12,239,825
13,535,173
15,507,444
18,651,588
20,103,995

CHARTER
23,498
133,559
76,707
95,552
69,323
66,026
98,433
120,017
115,737
134,131
5,948
40,133
90,499
119,808

COMMUTER
1,833,050
1,851,072
1,933,910
1,831,516
1,769,330
1,798,228
1,807,696
1,744,540
1,683,059
987,524
1,061,757
889,281
1,346,335
1,871,739

TOTAL
12,657,439
11,781,813
12,909,234
13,313,373
13,702,255
13,911,627
13,214,567
13,503,847
14,159,880
13,361,480
14,602,878
16,436,858
20,088,422
22,095,542

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
14,931,927
14,856,621
15,795,266
16,881,932
17,215,831
17,321,781
17,628,427
17,931,734
18,406,479
15,819,910
15,112,046
15,124,526
17,252,952
18,466,464

CHARTER
171,546
158,415
114,869
130,801
154,147
60,573
136,201
186,910
173,534
87,531
152,754
108,374
134,107
168,474

COMMUTER
51,473
83,263
63,450
79,900
85,940
87,971
81,131
71,534
66,731
99,976
150,017

TOTAL
15,103,473
15,015,036
15,910,135
17,064,206
17,453,241
17,445,804
17,844,528
18,204,584
18,667,984
15,988,572
15,336,334
15,299,631
17,487,035
18,784,955

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
25,732,818
24,653,803
26,693,883
28,268,237
29,079,433
29,369,154
28,936,865
29,571,024
30,767,563
28,059,735
28,647,219
30,631,970
35,904,540
38,570,459

CHARTER
195,044
291,974
191,576
226,353
223,470
126,599
234,634
306,927
289,271
221,662
158,702
148,507
224,606
288,282

COMMUTER
1,833,050
1,851,072
1,933,910
1,882,989
1,852,593
1,861,678
1,887,596
1,830,480
1,771,030
1,068,655
1,133,291
956,012
1,446,311
2,021,756

TOTAL
27,760,912
26,796,849
28,819,369
30,377,579
31,155,496
31,357,431
31,059,095
31,708,431
32,827,864
29,350,052
29,939,212
31,736,489
37,575,457
40,880,497

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

25

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.1 EWR
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
19,274,678
20,189,598
22,187,367
20,241,537
21,881,734
22,713,265
23,055,489
23,305,474
23,628,171
21,264,536
19,139,593
18,380,057
18,786,727
19,037,885

CHARTER
80,511
286,459
378,503
570,523
525,795
342,214
396,583
239,678
53,107
13,855
10,030
101,391
88,239
45,676

COMMUTER
1,613,198
1,894,035
1,804,644
1,968,624
2,121,637
2,271,508
2,404,735
2,367,417
2,107,215
2,204,855
2,698,186
3,300,433
4,160,289
4,624,203

TOTAL
20,968,387
22,370,092
24,370,514
22,780,684
24,529,166
25,326,987
25,856,807
25,912,569
25,788,493
23,483,246
21,847,809
21,781,881
23,035,255
23,707,764

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
3,205,414
3,350,279
3,573,336
3,760,590
4,535,435
5,547,570
6,630,525
7,647,659
8,178,890
7,260,040
7,085,394
7,291,927
8,390,474
8,894,365

CHARTER
110,447
89,042
76,134
84,957
52,863
71,300
88,542
62,458
122,299
151,070
15,972
26,597
7,636
5,564

COMMUTER
99,019
206,135
271,600
350,109
460,007
465,076

TOTAL
3,315,861
3,439,321
3,649,470
3,845,547
4,588,298
5,618,870
6,719,067
7,710,117
8,400,208
7,617,245
7,372,966
7,668,633
8,858,117
9,365,005

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
22,480,092
23,539,877
25,760,703
24,002,127
26,417,169
28,260,835
29,686,014
30,953,133
31,807,061
28,524,576
26,224,987
25,671,984
27,177,201
27,932,250

CHARTER
190,958
375,501
454,637
655,480
578,658
413,514
485,125
302,136
175,406
164,925
26,002
127,988
95,875
51,240

COMMUTER
1,613,198
1,894,035
1,804,644
1,968,624
2,121,637
2,271,508
2,404,735
2,367,417
2,206,234
2,410,990
2,969,786
3,650,542
4,620,296
5,089,279

TOTAL
24,284,248
25,809,413
28,019,984
26,626,231
29,117,464
30,945,857
32,575,874
33,622,686
34,188,701
31,100,491
29,220,775
29,450,514
31,893,372
33,072,769

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

26

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.1 LGA
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
17,846,532
17,815,223
18,693,791
18,429,826
18,365,675
19,189,870
20,372,921
21,087,310
21,843,586
19,170,080
17,805,681
17,995,466
19,236,172
19,981,575

CHARTER
3,811
3,041
331
1,024
271
377
4,777
1,277
688
1,326
1,242
219

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
1,189,895
1,191,106
1,199,655
1,289,871
1,316,303
1,203,894
1,160,032
1,268,455
1,270,208
1,141,368
1,070,420
945,521
1,017,152
1,286,730

CHARTER

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
19,036,427
19,006,329
19,893,446
19,719,697
19,681,978
20,393,764
21,532,953
22,355,765
23,113,794
20,311,448
18,876,101
18,940,987
20,253,324
21,268,305

CHARTER

COMMUTER
709,420
798,237
832,894
876,656
971,100
1,114,357
1,197,603
1,504,373
2,165,476
2,203,906
3,063,206
3,438,454
3,954,196
4,425,678

TOTAL
18,555,952
18,613,460
19,530,496
19,309,523
19,337,106
20,305,251
21,570,795
22,592,060
24,013,839
21,375,263
20,869,575
21,435,246
23,191,610
24,407,472

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

316
103
49
579
234
413
114

4,127
3,041
434
1,073
271
377
5,356
1,511
1,101
1,326
1,242
333

27

COMMUTER
45,624
98,254
81,108
66,408
75,408
3,009
46,271
102,003
244,441
184,285

TOTAL
1,189,895
1,191,106
1,199,971
1,289,871
1,362,030
1,302,197
1,241,140
1,334,863
1,346,195
1,144,611
1,117,104
1,047,524
1,261,593
1,471,129

COMMUTER
709,420
798,237
832,894
876,656
1,016,724
1,212,611
1,278,711
1,570,781
2,240,884
2,206,915
3,109,477
3,540,457
4,198,637
4,609,963

TOTAL
19,745,847
19,804,566
20,730,467
20,599,394
20,699,136
21,607,448
22,811,935
23,926,923
25,360,034
22,519,874
21,986,679
22,482,770
24,453,203
25,878,601

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.1 REGION
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
47,922,101
47,802,003
51,779,775
50,057,668
52,111,011
53,950,508
54,736,848
56,032,074
57,832,841
52,674,441
50,480,447
51,882,967
56,674,487
59,123,455

CHARTER
104,009
420,018
459,021
669,116
595,449
409,264
495,287
360,072
173,621
149,263
16,666
142,850
179,980
165,703

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
19,327,236
19,398,006
20,568,257
21,932,393
23,067,569
24,073,245
25,418,984
26,847,848
27,855,577
24,221,318
23,267,860
23,361,974
26,660,578
28,647,559

CHARTER
281,993
247,457
191,319
215,758
207,113
131,922
224,743
249,368
296,412
238,835
169,139
134,971
141,743
174,152

COMMUTER
51,473
128,887
161,704
161,008
152,348
262,398
290,275
389,405
518,843
804,424
799,378

TOTAL
19,609,229
19,645,463
20,759,576
22,199,624
23,403,569
24,366,871
25,804,735
27,249,564
28,414,387
24,750,428
23,826,404
24,015,788
27,606,745
29,621,089

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

SCHEDULED
67,249,337
67,200,009
72,348,032
71,990,061
75,178,580
78,023,753
80,155,832
82,879,922
85,688,418
76,895,759
73,748,307
75,244,941
83,335,065
87,771,014

CHARTER
386,002
667,475
650,340
884,874
802,562
541,186
720,030
609,440
470,033
388,098
185,805
277,821
321,723
339,855

COMMUTER
4,155,668
4,543,344
4,571,448
4,728,269
4,990,954
5,345,797
5,571,042
5,768,678
6,218,148
5,686,560
7,212,554
8,147,011
10,265,244
11,720,998

TOTAL
71,791,007
72,410,828
77,569,820
77,603,204
80,972,096
83,910,736
86,446,904
89,258,040
92,376,599
82,970,417
81,146,666
83,669,773
93,922,032
99,831,867

28

COMMUTER
4,155,668
4,543,344
4,571,448
4,676,796
4,862,067
5,184,093
5,410,034
5,616,330
5,955,750
5,396,285
6,823,149
7,628,168
9,460,820
10,921,620

TOTAL
52,181,778
52,765,365
56,810,244
55,403,580
57,568,527
59,543,865
60,642,169
62,008,476
63,962,212
58,219,989
57,320,262
59,653,985
66,315,287
70,210,778

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.2 JFK
Monthly Totals 2005

Domestic

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
1,645,816
1,535,891
1,949,296
1,891,377
1,888,405
1,921,091
2,173,472
2,152,808
1,632,168
1,668,789
1,820,643
1,815,786
22,095,542

MONTH
SCHEDULED
1,517,641
Jan
1,415,210
Feb
1,796,031
Mar
1,736,683
Apr
1,711,006
May
1,750,019
Jun
1,991,797
Jul
1,969,195
Aug
1,469,719
Sep
1,498,361
Oct
1,664,599
Nov
1,671,060
Dec
20,191,321
Total 2005
% Change
7.9%
2004 to 2005

CHARTER COMMUTER
5,388
122,787
5,833
114,848
2,991
150,274
217
154,477
636
176,763
838
170,234
0
181,675
2,460
181,153
6219
156,230
2,546
167,882
3,512
152,532
1,842
142,884
32,482
1,871,739
39.0%

10.0%

MONTH
SCHEDULED
1,380,688
Jan
1,178,420
Feb
1,510,563
Mar
1,459,916
Apr
1,589,809
May
1,682,143
Jun
1,941,893
Jul
1,922,034
Aug
1,564,153
Sep
1,433,221
Oct
1,341,991
Nov
1,455,392
Dec
18,460,223
Total 2005
% Change
7.4%
2004 to 2005

CHARTER COMMUTER
6,443
9,024
35,233
9,008
18,326
10,617
21,318
9,499
11,529
10,624
1,368
11,106
13,856
16,830
16,565
16,934
18,156
15,061
8,801
15,034
14,881
12,561
8,239
13,719
174,715
150,017

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
1,396,155
1,222,661
1,539,506
1,490,733
1,611,962
1,694,617
1,972,579
1,955,533
1,597,370
1,457,056
1,369,433
1,477,350
18,784,955

50.1%

7.4%

MONTH
SCHEDULED
2,898,329
Jan
2,593,630
Feb
3,306,594
Mar
3,196,599
Apr
3,300,815
May
3,432,162
Jun
3,933,690
Jul
3,891,229
Aug
3,033,872
Sep
2,931,582
Oct
3,006,590
Nov
3,126,452
Dec
38,651,544
Total 2005
% Change
7.6%
2004 to 2005

CHARTER COMMUTER
11,831
131,811
41,066
123,856
21,317
160,891
21,535
163,976
12,165
187,387
2,206
181,340
13,856
198,505
19,025
198,087
24,375
171,291
11,347
182,916
18,393
165,093
10,081
156,603
207,197
2,021,756

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
3,041,971
2,758,552
3,488,802
3,382,110
3,500,367
3,615,708
4,146,051
4,108,341
3,229,538
3,125,845
3,190,076
3,293,136
40,880,497

20.2%

-9.6%

-6.0%

39.8%

29

8.8%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
17.4%
10.6%
20.1%
10.3%
14.0%
10.4%
11.5%
6.8%
7.2%
-1.5%
8.2%
7.0%
10.0%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
43,692
39,285
46,846
48,484
51,627
52,258
59,221
57,468
51,444
54,827
53,395
48,878
607,425
8.6%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
10.5%
8.9%
14.6%
6.2%
17.0%
6.9%
8.0%
3.4%
5.5%
6.5%
4.9%
-0.6%
7.4%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
26,666
22,518
26,181
27,397
31,913
23,990
29,357
30,234
27,975
29,513
26,544
27,301
329,589
-6.1%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
14.1%
9.9%
17.6%
8.5%
15.4%
8.7%
9.8%
5.2%
6.4%
2.1%
6.7%
3.5%
8.8%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
70,358
61,803
73,027
75,881
83,540
76,248
88,578
87,702
79,419
84,340
79,939
76,179
937,014
2.9%

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.2 EWR
Monthly Totals 2005

Domestic

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
1,333,602
1,306,938
1,683,258
1,616,727
1,586,799
1,599,282
1,705,598
1,712,893
1,459,668
1,627,779
1,711,048
1,727,403
19,070,995

CHARTER
378
758
776
1,406
169
0
1,169
690
2,750
780
2,498
1,192
12,566

COMMUTER
306,562
303,100
379,017
376,443
397,994
410,712
419,697
445,441
407,134
410,683
388,973
378,447
4,624,203

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
1,640,542
1,610,796
2,063,051
1,994,576
1,984,962
2,009,994
2,126,464
2,159,024
1,869,552
2,039,242
2,102,519
2,107,042
23,707,764

1.3%

-72.3%

11.2%

2.9%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
654,244
559,571
729,326
724,722
753,246
809,889
935,088
906,648
750,973
724,553
644,836
686,943
8,880,039

CHARTER
1,771
7,762
2,690
753
1,534
0
635
44
2,105
2,088
700
579
20,661

COMMUTER
32,594
26,847
36,527
34,221
32,587
36,329
55,374
59,739
41,337
37,904
30,781
40,836
465,076

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
688,609
594,180
768,543
759,696
787,367
846,218
991,097
966,431
794,415
764,545
676,317
728,358
9,365,776

6.9%

-76.4%

1.1%

5.7%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
1,987,846
1,866,509
2,412,584
2,341,449
2,340,045
2,409,171
2,640,686
2,619,541
2,210,641
2,352,332
2,355,884
2,414,346
27,951,034

CHARTER
2,149
8,520
3,466
2,159
1,703
0
1,804
734
4,855
2,868
3,198
1,771
33,227

COMMUTER
339,156
329,947
415,544
410,664
430,581
447,041
475,071
505,180
448,471
448,587
419,754
419,283
5,089,279

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
2,329,151
2,204,976
2,831,594
2,754,272
2,772,329
2,856,212
3,117,561
3,125,455
2,663,967
2,803,787
2,778,836
2,835,400
33,073,540

3.0%

-75.0%

10.2%

3.7%

30

% CHANGE
2004-2005
2.7%
-1.9%
4.0%
-2.1%
5.7%
-3.3%
-1.5%
1.2%
10.4%
3.1%
8.6%
9.9%
2.9%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
49,180
47,706
58,095
55,081
61,259
68,675
70,218
67,794
57,072
64,303
57,981
59,811
717,175
-6.2%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
9.9%
4.6%
9.4%
5.2%
6.1%
1.8%
7.7%
5.4%
9.9%
4.0%
0.6%
4.5%
5.7%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
15,764
14,927
17,025
16,964
20,482
21,171
21,510
21,387
19,155
21,187
16,775
16,738
223,085
-1.5%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
4.8%
-0.2%
5.4%
-0.2%
5.8%
-1.8%
1.2%
2.4%
10.3%
3.3%
6.5%
8.4%
3.7%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
64,944
62,633
75,120
72,045
81,741
89,846
91,728
89,181
76,227
85,490
74,756
76,549
940,260
-5.1%

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.2 LGA
Monthly Totals 2005

Domestic

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
1,454,796
1,435,210
1,740,176
1,756,080
1,819,475
1,777,432
1,799,034
1,784,794
1,562,954
1,561,796
1,642,535
1,642,742
19,977,024

CHARTER
0
43
136
675
577
1,285
581
355
642
393
83
0
4,770

COMMUTER
282,769
300,103
376,556
398,938
406,851
392,860
399,204
393,296
358,881
363,958
372,949
379,313
4,425,678

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
1,737,565
1,735,356
2,116,868
2,155,693
2,226,903
2,171,577
2,198,819
2,178,445
1,922,477
1,926,147
2,015,567
2,022,055
24,407,472

3.9%

-22.6%

11.9%

5.2%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
96,742
100,736
115,494
105,200
117,897
118,382
124,432
122,138
99,201
95,183
101,371
89,954
1,286,730

CHARTER
66
48
114

COMMUTER
10,792
11,711
15,263
17,114
19,003
17,492
15,182
15,585
20,445
20,784
12,101
8,813
184,285

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
107,534
112,447
130,757
122,314
136,900
135,874
139,614
137,723
119,712
115,967
113,472
98,815
1,471,129

26.5%

#DIV/0!

-24.6%

16.6%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
1,551,538
1,535,946
1,855,670
1,861,280
1,937,372
1,895,814
1,923,466
1,906,932
1,662,155
1,656,979
1,743,906
1,732,696
21,263,754

CHARTER
0
43
136
675
577
1,285
581
355
708
393
83
48
4,884

COMMUTER
293,561
311,814
391,819
416,052
425,854
410,352
414,386
408,881
379,326
384,742
385,050
388,126
4,609,963

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
1,845,099
1,847,803
2,247,625
2,278,007
2,363,803
2,307,451
2,338,433
2,316,168
2,042,189
2,042,114
2,129,039
2,120,870
25,878,601

5.0%

-20.7%

9.8%

5.8%

31

% CHANGE
2004-2005
12.9%
5.3%
11.9%
5.1%
13.0%
6.4%
8.4%
3.9%
6.8%
-5.5%
-0.8%
-1.4%
5.2%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
48,548
40,187
46,728
50,200
57,724
56,928
64,311
56,660
55,096
51,990
53,423
54,953
636,748
-13.7%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
58.5%
48.6%
48.3%
25.0%
31.8%
23.9%
15.5%
4.1%
9.3%
-8.1%
-4.9%
-10.4%
16.6%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
4,315
581
415
5,761
6,630
6,286
587
6,755
6,152
6,625
7,030
3,512
54,649
-4.2%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
14.8%
7.2%
13.5%
6.0%
13.9%
7.3%
8.8%
3.9%
6.9%
-5.7%
-1.0%
-1.9%
5.8%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
52,863
40,768
47,143
55,961
64,354
63,214
64,898
63,415
61,248
58,615
60,453
58,465
691,397
-13.0%

Commercial
Passenger Traffic

2.2.2 REGION
Monthly Totals 2005

Domestic

International

Domestic and
International
Totals

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
4,306,039
4,157,358
5,219,465
5,109,490
5,117,280
5,126,733
5,496,429
5,466,882
4,492,341
4,687,936
5,018,182
5,041,205
59,239,340

CHARTER
5,766
6,634
3,903
2,298
1,382
2,123
1,750
3,505
9,611
3,719
6,093
3,034
49,818

COMMUTER
712,118
718,051
905,847
929,858
981,608
973,806
1,000,576
1,019,890
922,245
942,523
914,454
900,644
10,921,620

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
5,023,923
4,882,043
6,129,215
6,041,646
6,100,270
6,102,662
6,498,755
6,490,277
5,424,197
5,634,178
5,938,729
5,944,883
70,210,778

4.3%

-36.6%

15.4%

5.9%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
2,131,674
1,838,727
2,355,383
2,289,838
2,460,952
2,610,414
3,001,413
2,950,820
2,414,327
2,252,957
2,088,198
2,232,289
28,626,992

CHARTER
8,214
42,995
21,016
22,071
13,063
1,368
14,491
16,609
20,327
10,889
15,581
8,866
195,490

COMMUTER
52,410
47,566
62,407
60,834
62,214
64,927
87,386
92,258
76,843
73,722
55,443
63,368
799,378

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
2,192,298
1,929,288
2,438,806
2,372,743
2,536,229
2,676,709
3,103,290
3,059,687
2,511,497
2,337,568
2,159,222
2,304,523
29,621,860

7.9%

-30.3%

-0.6%

7.3%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

SCHEDULED
6,437,713
5,996,085
7,574,848
7,399,328
7,578,232
7,737,147
8,497,842
8,417,702
6,906,668
6,940,893
7,106,380
7,273,494
87,866,332

CHARTER
13,980
49,629
24,919
24,369
14,445
3,491
16,241
20,114
29,938
14,608
21,674
11,900
245,308

COMMUTER
764,528
765,617
968,254
990,692
1,043,822
1,038,733
1,087,962
1,112,148
999,088
1,016,245
969,897
964,012
11,720,998

TOTAL REVENUE
PASSENGERS
7,216,221
6,811,331
8,568,021
8,414,389
8,636,499
8,779,371
9,602,045
9,549,964
7,935,694
7,971,746
8,097,951
8,249,406
99,832,638

5.5%

-31.7%

14.2%

6.3%

32

% CHANGE
2004-2005
10.7%
4.3%
11.5%
4.1%
10.8%
4.2%
5.9%
3.9%
8.1%
-1.4%
5.1%
4.9%
5.9%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
141,420
127,178
151,669
153,765
170,610
177,861
193,750
181,922
163,612
171,120
164,799
163,642
1,961,348
-4.9%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
12.0%
9.2%
14.3%
6.7%
14.1%
6.0%
8.2%
4.0%
7.0%
4.9%
2.9%
0.5%
7.3%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
46,745
38,026
43,621
50,122
59,025
51,447
51,454
58,376
53,282
57,325
50,349
47,551
607,323
-4.3%

% CHANGE
2004-2005
11.1%
5.7%
12.2%
4.8%
11.7%
4.7%
6.6%
4.0%
7.8%
0.4%
4.5%
3.6%
6.3%

Non-Revenue
Passengers
188,165
165,204
195,290
203,887
229,635
229,308
245,204
240,298
216,894
228,445
215,148
211,193
2,568,671
-4.7%

Passenger Traffic in
Helicopters

2.3.1
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

JFK*
22,760
25,456
177
-

DOWNTOWN
17,023
16,269
15,944
18,756
27,741
39,609
61,520
75,342
68,289
17,351
6,845
47,124
104,158
113,752

TOTAL
39,783
41,725
16,121
18,756
27,741
39,609
61,520
75,342
68,289
17,351
6,845
47,124
104,158
113,752

* Scheduled Only
Note: No passenger activity for scheduled helicopters at JFK, EWR or LGA
W. 30th Heliport was returned to NYS DOT, May 1996

33

Passenger Traffic in
Helicopters

2.3.2
Monthly Totals 2005 and 2004

2005

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Annual Total for 2005

DOWNTOWN
7,444
8,681
13,333
11,271
11,140
6,999
6,122
8,798
7,405
8,528
11,080
12,951
113,752

TOTAL
7,444
8,681
13,333
11,271
11,140
6,999
6,122
8,798
7,405
8,528
11,080
12,951
113,752

2004

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Annual Total for 2004

DOWNTOWN
4,356
6,678
7,664
10,890
7,615
8,862
7,565
7,377
5,947
9,295
12,767
15,142
104,158

TOTAL
4,356
6,678
7,664
10,890
7,615
8,862
7,565
7,377
5,947
9,295
12,767
15,142
104,158

Note: No passenger activity for scheduled helicopters at JFK, EWR or LGA

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Passenger Traffic
By Market

2.4.1 JFK
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

CANADA

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

11,215,147
10,480,399
11,516,300
11,813,773
12,200,744
12,349,531
11,827,827
12,051,043
12,727,995
12,261,412
13,609,127
15,145,675
18,537,406
20,371,485

1,442,292
1,301,414
1,392,934
1,499,600
1,501,511
1,562,096
1,386,740
1,452,804
1,431,885
1,100,068
993,751
1,291,183
1,551,016
1,724,057

24,452
22,690
9,265
52,066
137,089
130,302
175,903
167,360
167,411
169,857
133,172
115,142
156,538
212,745

2,076,763
2,267,171
2,246,828
2,360,298
2,256,961
2,241,480
2,382,744
2,669,806
2,708,292
2,602,377
2,608,719
2,775,936
3,044,875
3,111,743

537,802
476,532
405,171
364,620
384,284
428,324
378,601
419,918
438,079
371,549
434,347
438,529
480,985
490,462

1,108,477
1,239,032
1,358,781
1,497,024
1,501,744
1,649,237
1,733,559
1,434,742
1,378,514
1,209,070
1,126,384
1,142,993
1,352,007
1,474,630

10,277,514
9,875,250
10,764,635
11,577,982
11,801,458
11,534,390
11,704,201
12,011,032
12,388,578
10,155,565
9,430,305
9,293,648
10,622,734
11,509,398

1,078,465
1,134,361
1,125,455
1,212,216
1,371,705
1,462,071
1,469,520
1,501,726
1,587,110
1,480,154
1,603,407
1,533,383
1,829,896
1,985,977

Passenger Traffic
By Market

2.4.1 EWR
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

20,528,460
21,865,770
23,818,146
22,069,117
23,813,992
24,670,114
25,248,909
25,243,147
25,020,657
22,791,615
21,148,358
21,043,705
22,224,861
22,944,821

PUERTO
RICO

439,927
504,322
552,368
711,567
715,174
656,873
607,898
669,422
767,836
691,631
699,451
738,176
810,394
762,943

TOTAL

27,760,912
26,796,849
28,819,369
30,377,579
31,155,496
31,357,431
31,059,095
31,708,431
32,827,864
29,350,052
29,939,212
31,736,489
37,575,457
40,880,497

CANADA

282,494
356,796
451,741
518,786
565,738
628,296
685,200
687,053
906,028
944,161
806,382
827,594
988,004
885,954

BERMUDA &
CARIBBEAN

MEXICO

650,966
650,251
578,760
553,243
651,345
608,601
529,551
545,081
607,095
700,676
747,662
846,422
995,348
997,402

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177,636
176,881
230,484
230,306
275,480
290,047
348,693
411,947
411,782
389,292
397,219
398,655
430,669
451,567

LATIN
AMERICA

638
142
2,279
15,316
103,779
261,454
469,355
626,900
643,674
585,733
488,012
480,792
504,577
527,249

TRANS
ATLANTIC

2,089,309
2,117,877
2,213,866
2,328,796
2,855,100
3,645,959
4,518,340
5,124,745
5,538,997
4,663,542
4,598,621
4,830,348
5,548,387
5,968,564

TRANS
PACIFIC

114,818
137,374
172,340
199,100
136,856
184,513
167,928
314,391
292,632
333,841
335,070
284,822
391,132
535,040

TOTAL

24,284,248
25,809,413
28,019,984
26,626,231
29,117,464
30,945,857
32,575,874
33,622,686
34,188,701
31,100,491
29,220,775
29,450,514
31,893,372
33,073,540

Passenger Traffic
By Market

2.4.1 LGA
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

18,555,952
18,613,460
19,530,496
19,309,523
19,337,106
20,305,251
21,570,795
22,592,060
24,013,839
21,375,263
20,869,575
21,435,178
23,191,610
24,407,472

68
-

BERMUDA &
CANADA CARIBBEAN

1,115,331
1,078,161
1,056,818
1,152,677
1,237,665
1,203,927
1,161,343
1,229,098
1,212,513
965,454
940,971
845,935
1,059,906
1,269,264

74,257
112,910
143,153
137,194
124,042
98,270
79,797
105,765
133,533
179,157
176,133
201,589
201,687
201,865

MEXICO

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

-

307
35
-

323
149
-

-

Passenger Traffic
By Market

2.4.1 REGION
Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR

DOMESTIC

PUERTO
RICO

1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

50,299,559
50,959,629
54,864,942
53,192,413
55,351,842
57,324,896
58,647,531
59,886,250
61,762,491
56,428,290
55,627,060
57,624,558
63,953,877
67,723,778

1,882,219
1,805,736
1,945,302
2,211,167
2,216,685
2,218,969
1,994,638
2,122,226
2,199,721
1,791,699
1,693,202
2,029,427
2,361,410
2,487,000

TOTAL

19,745,847
19,804,566
20,730,467
20,599,394
20,699,136
21,607,448
22,811,935
23,926,923
25,360,034
22,519,874
21,986,679
22,482,770
24,453,203
25,878,601

BERMUDA &
CANADA CARIBBEAN

1,422,277
1,457,647
1,517,824
1,723,529
1,940,492
1,962,525
2,022,446
2,083,511
2,285,952
2,079,472
1,880,525
1,788,671
2,204,448
2,367,963

2,801,986
3,030,332
2,968,741
3,050,735
3,032,348
2,948,351
2,992,092
3,320,652
3,448,920
3,482,210
3,532,514
3,823,947
4,241,910
4,311,010

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MEXICO

715,438
653,413
635,655
594,926
659,764
718,371
727,294
831,865
849,861
760,841
831,566
837,184
911,654
942,029

LATIN
AMERICA

TRANS
ATLANTIC

TRANS
PACIFIC

1,109,422
1,239,209
1,361,060
1,512,340
1,605,523
1,910,691
2,202,914
2,061,642
2,022,188
1,794,803
1,614,396
1,623,785
1,856,584
2,001,879

12,366,823
11,993,127
12,978,501
13,906,778
14,656,881
15,180,349
16,222,541
17,135,777
17,927,724
14,819,107
14,028,926
14,123,996
16,171,121
17,477,962

1,193,283
1,271,735
1,297,795
1,411,316
1,508,561
1,646,584
1,637,448
1,816,117
1,879,742
1,813,995
1,938,477
1,818,205
2,221,028
2,521,017

TOTAL

71,791,007
72,410,828
77,569,820
77,603,204
80,972,096
83,910,736
86,446,904
89,258,040
92,376,599
82,970,417
81,146,666
83,669,773
93,922,032
99,832,638

2.5.1 JFK

2005 Revenue Passenger Traffic by Airline

Top 20 Carriers

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

AIRLINE
JETBLUE AIRWAYS
AMERICAN
DELTA
DELTA SONG AIRLINES
BRITISH AIRWAYS
UNITED
COMAIR, INC.
AIR FRANCE
AMERICA WEST
LUFTHANSA
VIRGIN ATLANTIC
AER LINGUS
EL AL
AMERICAN EAGLE
NORTHWEST
KLM
ALITALIA
KOREAN
IBERIA
CATHAY PACIFIC
@TOP 20
TOTAL AIRPORT

DOMESTIC
PASSENGERS

INTERNATIONAL
PASSENGERS

TOTAL
PASSENGERS CUMULATIVE %

9,850,842
4,124,164
1,804,220
2,532,034
795,083
982,252
708,913
364,531
202,596
-

203,009
4,000,659
1,822,784
1,278,834
387,303
745,449
615,131
573,321
535,744
531,150
150,017
187,524
366,752
352,181
334,902
316,400
302,624

10,053,851
8,124,823
3,627,004
2,532,034
1,278,834
1,182,386
982,252
745,449
708,913
615,131
573,321
535,744
531,150
514,548
390,120
366,752
352,181
334,902
316,400
302,624

21,364,635
22,095,542

12,703,784
18,784,955

34,068,419
40,880,497

24.6%
44.5%
53.3%
59.5%
62.7%
65.6%
68.0%
69.8%
71.5%
73.0%
74.4%
75.7%
77.0%
78.3%
79.2%
80.1%
81.0%
81.8%
82.6%
83.3%

2.5.1 EWR

2005 Revenue Passenger Traffic by Airline

Top 20 Carriers

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

DOMESTIC
PASSENGERS

INTERNATIONAL
PASSENGERS

CONTINENTAL
CONTINENTAL EXPRESS/EXP. JET
AMERICAN
DELTA
UNITED
NORTHWEST
AMERICA WEST
US AIRWAYS
VIRGIN ATLANTIC
BRITISH AIRWAYS
AIRTRAN AIRWAYS
USA 3000 AIRLINES
JETBLUE AIRWAYS
SAS
ALITALIA
ATA AIRLINES
LUFTHANSA
AIR INDIA
AIR CANADA
EL AL

11,582,679
3,817,720
1,862,248
1,207,989
1,165,632
719,836
501,409
454,377
341,441
214,288
296,111
259,239
-

5,586,712
125
362
368,668
363,838
295,155
494
252,547
246,299
233,524
-

17,169,391
4,239,340
1,862,373
1,207,989
1,165,632
720,198
501,409
454,377
368,668
363,838
341,441
308,894
296,111
295,155
262,776
259,733
252,547
246,299
233,524
187,238

@TOP 20
TOTAL AIRPORT

22,422,969
23,707,764

7,347,724
9,365,776

30,736,933
33,073,540

AIRLINE

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TOTAL
PASSENGERS CUMULATIVE %
51.9%
64.7%
70.4%
74.0%
77.5%
79.7%
81.2%
82.6%
83.7%
84.8%
85.9%
86.8%
87.7%
88.6%
89.4%
90.2%
90.9%
91.7%
92.4%
92.9%

2.5.1 LGA

2005 Revenue Passenger Traffic by Airline

Top 20 Carriers

DOMESTIC INTERNATIONAL
TOTAL CUMULATIVE
PASSENGERS
PASSENGERS PASSENGERS
%

RANK AIRLINE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

4,995,737
2,536,705
1,946,876
1,591,712
1,490,113
1,469,063
1,231,303
1,185,666
1,118,388
902,079
919,070
892,549
800,538
703,706
679,472
451,753
312,119
289,978
168,157

142,948
100,953
90,792
111,963
57,782
845,501
-

5,138,685
2,637,658
2,037,668
1,591,712
1,490,113
1,469,063
1,231,303
1,185,666
1,118,388
1,014,042
976,852
892,549
845,501
800,538
703,706
679,472
451,753
312,119
289,978
168,157

23,684,984
24,407,472

1,349,939
1,471,129

25,034,923
25,878,601

AMERICAN
US AIRWAYS
DELTA
UNITED
NORTHWEST
DELTA SONG AIRLINES
DELTA SHUTTLE
SPIRIT AIRLINES
USAIR EXP-CHAUTAUQUA
AMERICAN EAGLE
COMAIR, INC.
AIRTRAN AIRWAYS
AIR CANADA
CONTINENTAL
ATA AIRLINES
JETBLUE AIRWAYS
USAIR EXP-PIEDMONT
US AIR EXP:COLGAN AIR
MIDWEST AIRLINES, INC.
FRONTIER AIRLINES
@TOP 20
TOTAL AIRPORT

19.9%
30.0%
37.9%
44.1%
49.8%
55.5%
60.3%
64.8%
69.2%
73.1%
76.9%
80.3%
83.6%
86.7%
89.4%
92.0%
93.8%
95.0%
96.1%
96.7%

2.5.1 Region

2005 Revenue Passenger Traffic by Airline

Top 20 Carriers

RANK AIRLINE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

DOMESTIC INTERNATIONAL
TOTAL CUMULATIVE
PASSENGERS
PASSENGERS PASSENGERS
%

CONTINENTAL
AMERICAN
JETBLUE AIRWAYS
DELTA
CONTINENTAL EXPRESS/EXP. JET
DELTA SONG AIRLINES
UNITED
US AIRWAYS
NORTHWEST
COMAIR, INC.
AMERICAN EAGLE
BRITISH AIRWAYS
AIRTRAN AIRWAYS
DELTA SHUTTLE
AMERICA WEST
SPIRIT AIRLINES
AIR CANADA
USAIR EXP-CHAUTAUQUA
ATA AIRLINES
VIRGIN ATLANTIC
@TOP 20
TOTAL AIRPORT

12,437,412
10,982,149
10,826,425
4,959,085
3,936,166
4,141,735
3,552,427
2,991,082
2,412,545
1,973,481
1,411,329
1,233,990
1,231,303
1,210,322
1,185,862
1,134,832
962,945
-

5,586,712
4,143,732
203,009
1,913,576
421,620
387,303
100,953
187,886
57,782
261,980
1,642,672
1,140,006
4,406
941,989

18,024,124
15,125,881
11,029,434
6,872,661
4,357,786
4,141,735
3,939,730
3,092,035
2,600,431
2,031,263
1,673,309
1,642,672
1,233,990
1,231,303
1,210,322
1,185,862
1,140,006
1,134,832
967,351
941,989

66,583,090
70,210,778

16,993,626
29,621,860

83,576,716
99,832,638

Source: Industry, Forecasting, & Traffic Statistics, Port Authority of NY & NJ

38

18.1%
33.2%
44.3%
51.1%
55.5%
59.7%
63.6%
66.7%
69.3%
71.3%
73.0%
74.7%
75.9%
77.1%
78.3%
79.5%
80.7%
81.8%
82.8%
83.7%

Passenger Traffic by Terminal

2.6.1 JFK
2005 Passengers

DOMESTIC
TERMINAL BUILDING

Inbound

Outbound

INTERNATIONAL
Inbound

Outbound

Terminal 1
Terminal 2
Terminal 3
Terminal 4
Terminal 5 (Closed)
Terminal 6
Terminal 7
Terminal 8
Terminal 9
Unknown Terminal

1,735,566
1,109,149
237,849

1,660,771
1,080,107
237,889

1,491,978
1,048,037
3,352,983

1,491,466
13,065
1,036,235
3,229,018

4,930,382
855,211
2,260,433
98

4,920,460
839,267
2,228,262
98

1,328,793
2,114,817
75,110
5,428

101,171
1,312,903
2,103,422
74,907
5,622

Total

11,128,688

10,966,854

9,417,146

9,367,809

TOTAL
2,983,444
3,409,402
4,273,528
7,057,739
9,952,013
4,336,174
4,218,239
4,638,712
11,246
40,880,497

2.6.1 EWR
2005 Passengers

DOMESTIC
TERMINAL BUILDING

Inbound

Outbound

Terminal A
Terminal B
Terminal C
Unknown Terminal

3,460,739
1,283,488
7,093,177
351

3,772,610
1,264,725
6,832,419
255

Total

11,837,404

11,869,754

INTERNATIONAL
Inbound
137,744
1,555,444
3,030,626
4,723,814

Outbound
139,408
1,525,432
2,977,122
4,641,962

TOTAL
7,510,501
5,629,089
19,933,344
606
33,072,934

2.6.1 LGA
2005 Passengers

DOMESTIC
TERMINAL BUILDING

Inbound

INTERNATIONAL

Outbound

Inbound

Outbound

645,394
69,664
50,104

576,208
78,910
50,849

Central Terminal Building
Delta Terminal
Marine Terminal
US Airways Terminal

6,238,372
2,960,274
610,089
2,348,783

6,271,051
2,997,291
624,527
2,357,085

Total

12,157,518

12,249,954

765,162

705,967

TOTAL
13,731,025
6,106,139
1,234,616
4,806,821
25,878,601

Note: It is difficult to accurately reflect traffic at passenger terminals having airline tennants whose service to a market group is split
between two terminals. Problem cases are JFK's Delta terminals 2 & 3, and, to a lessor extent, American's Terminals 8 & 9.
Source: Industry, Forecasting, & Traffic Statistics; Port Authority of NY & NJ

39

Top 50 Domestic Passenger
Origin/Destination City Markets

2.7.1 JFK

Ra
nk

Annual Total for 2005

City

Total Domestic
O&D

Percent Pure
Domeestic
O&D

2,069,740
1,550,580
1,500,340
1,435,890
1,254,860
978,680
926,130
869,500
751,960
695,850
619,290
558,020
510,640
480,480
456,730
332,990
325,970
316,890
293,640
274,530
260,080
255,640
230,870
225,020
207,430
200,560
183,270
172,350
137,830
137,070
131,130
121,570
120,210
104,950
99,700
95,380
93,290
77,730
72,540
51,960
51,580
49,460
47,870
46,140
45,190
41,070
39,430
36,070
35,110
34,850

82.6%
94.3%
97.3%
84.8%
81.2%
97.5%
98.8%
94.1%
48.0%
99.8%
98.7%
99.8%
99.0%
91.9%
86.8%
54.5%
99.0%
95.3%
86.3%
44.4%
56.5%
92.8%
94.7%
99.7%
97.0%
98.3%
60.4%
99.4%
49.3%
98.3%
97.3%
100.0%
97.4%
94.3%
51.1%
80.4%
94.0%
44.4%
82.2%
45.4%
46.7%
68.6%
94.8%
55.8%
100.0%
41.0%
88.7%
86.7%
82.8%
70.2%

Percent
O&D
Initiated at
NYNJ
Airport

Top Airline
Percent
of O&D

Kennedy International Airport
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Los Angeles, CA, US
Orlando, Florida, US
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
San Juan, Puerto Rico (US)
San Francisco, CA, US
Las Vegas, Nevada, US
W est Palm Beach/Palm B, FL, US
Tampa, Florida, US
Miami, Florida, US
Long Beach, California, US
Fort Myers, Florida, US
Oakland, California, US
Buffalo, New York, US
San Diego, California, US
Seattle/Tacoma, W A, US
W ashington, DC, US
Rochester, New York, US
Phoenix, Arizona, US
Salt Lake City, Utah, US
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Minneapolis/St Pau, MN, US
Denver, Colorado, US
Burbank, California, US
New Orleans, Louisiana, US
San Jose, California, US
Dallas/Fort W orth, TX, US
Ontario/San Berndn, CA, US
Raleigh/Durham, NC, US
Syracuse, New York, US
Burlington, Vermont, US
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (US)
Sacramento, California, US
Charlotte Amalie, VI (US)
Detroit, Michigan, US
Jacksonville, Florida, US
Portland, Oregon, US
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, US
St Louis, Missouri, US
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Houston, Texas, US
Melbourne, Florida, US
Chicago, Illinois, US
Ponce, Puerto Rico (US)
Norfolk/Va B/Pt/Ch, VA, US
Savannah, Georgia, US
Pensacola, Florida, US
Charleston, South Carolina, US
Greensboro/High Point, NC, US
Total for top 50 Markets

19,608,060

104.2%

Kennedy Total

18,822,020

86.7%
Percent Pure
Domeestic
O&D

39.4%
69.7%
64.9%
58.2%
40.0%
81.3%
66.8%
56.5%
34.5%
46.4%
69.3%
43.9%
52.4%
49.4%
42.1%
25.1%
44.3%
54.2%
46.6%
21.8%
30.6%
37.4%
54.5%
40.3%
58.3%
45.4%
27.1%
40.6%
25.6%
44.7%
48.2%
70.5%
36.1%
80.9%
23.9%
48.2%
39.2%
19.8%
64.5%
20.5%
22.5%
29.6%
57.6%
25.1%
61.1%
21.9%
58.8%
42.5%
47.8%
33.4%
Percent Top
50 Markets
are of Total
51.3%
Percent
O&D
originating
at the base

2nd Ranked

AA
B6
B6
AA
AA
B6
B6
B6
AA
B6
B6
B6
B6
AA
DL
UA
B6
HP
DL
AA
DL
NW
B6
B6
B6
B6
AA
B6
AA
B6
B6
B6
B6
AA
DL
DL
B6
DL
AA
DL
DL
CO
DL
DL
B6
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL

49.0%
62.8%
68.0%
59.5%
42.2%
46.0%
79.1%
65.9%
98.0%
99.2%
76.8%
95.2%
99.7%
46.0%
44.7%
29.2%
99.7%
60.7%
71.1%
43.8%
96.6%
50.3%
73.2%
96.5%
89.2%
75.0%
92.6%
85.6%
65.0%
99.9%
99.0%
97.4%
72.6%
99.1%
45.5%
95.3%
55.3%
97.7%
42.3%
62.3%
71.1%
68.3%
99.9%
53.9%
100.0%
90.8%
92.1%
99.0%
87.5%
87.3%

65.1%
Percent
O&D by
Top
Airline

Percent
of O&D
DL
DL
DL
B6
UA
HP
DL
DL
DL
AA
DL
DL
UA
B6
B6
DL
UA
B6
B6
DL
UA
SY
DL
HP
DL
AA
DL
DL
DL
DL
DL
XG
DL
DL
NW
DH
DL
NW
UA
AA
DH
DL
OH
UA
#REF!
DH
DH
AA
DH
DH

28.9%
36.1%
31.9%
27.8%
29.1%
33.7%
20.8%
33.5%
1.8%
0.6%
22.7%
1.6%
0.2%
45.3%
26.4%
23.0%
0.2%
27.9%
26.5%
32.6%
1.2%
45.1%
19.9%
0.9%
7.0%
17.9%
5.3%
5.2%
32.0%
0.1%
0.9%
2.6%
7.5%
0.8%
45.2%
1.3%
20.1%
2.0%
31.0%
32.6%
21.0%
15.2%
0.1%
16.2%
0.0%
4.9%
5.1%
0.9%
10.3%
9.4%

24.8%
Percent
O&D by
2nd
Ranked

This table is derived from the United States DOT 10% sample Origin & Destination Survey. This table reflects a factor of 10 adjustment to
the raw sample. The airline codes shown for the top two airlines in each market are industry standard IATA codes which are used for
publishing airline schedules. B6 for example, is JetBlue, NK is Spirit, CO Continental, AA American, etc...

40

Top 50 Domestic Passenger
Origin/Destination City Markets

2.7.1 EWR

Ra
nk

Annual Total for 2005

City

Percent
O&D
Percent Pure Initiated at
NYNJ
Total Domestic Domeestic
Airport
O&D
O&D

Top Airline
Percent
of O&D

Newark Liberty International Airport
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Chicago, Illinois, US
Orlando, Florida, US
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Los Angeles, CA, US
Las Vegas, Nevada, US
San Francisco, CA, US
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
Houston, Texas, US
Miami, Florida, US
San Juan, Puerto Rico (US)
Phoenix, Arizona, US
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, US
West Palm Beach/Palm B, FL, US
Tampa, Florida, US
Washington, DC, US
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Denver, Colorado, US
Seattle/Tacoma, WA, US
Minneapolis/St Pau, MN, US
Charlotte, North Carolina, US
San Diego, California, US
Detroit, Michigan, US
Cleveland, Ohio, US
Fort Myers, Florida, US
Raleigh/Durham, NC, US
Pittsburgh, PA, US
St Louis, Missouri, US
Santa Ana, California, US
Jacksonville, Florida, US
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, US
Portland, Oregon, US
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
New Orleans, Louisiana, US
Columbus, Ohio, US
Salt Lake City, Utah, US
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
Austin, Texas, US
Kansas City, Missouri, US
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Buffalo, New York, US
Nashville, Tennessee, US
San Antonio, Texas, US
Memphis, Tennessee, US
Sarasota/Bradenton, FL, US
Greensboro/High Point, NC, US
Savannah, Georgia, US
Rochester, New York, US
Norfolk/Va B/Pt/Ch, VA, US
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico (US)
Charleston, South Carolina, US

1,289,460
1,170,160
1,154,660
1,004,650
826,480
745,930
726,290
704,900
687,300
598,740
557,910
547,120
532,000
517,400
463,460
451,200
402,150
392,190
339,880
313,940
313,780
300,960
299,260
256,350
254,380
214,650
200,170
196,770
183,770
177,420
175,130
173,450
160,240
159,150
151,120
148,800
147,200
137,740
129,470
128,800
127,020
120,110
105,020
98,400
93,060
89,600
82,520
81,690
81,000
78,230

90.5%
87.6%
88.8%
86.3%
87.8%
84.0%
90.3%
60.4%
69.3%
83.9%
90.5%
85.9%
94.7%
85.7%
71.0%
71.0%
87.3%
85.9%
77.7%
69.5%
86.8%
68.3%
63.0%
93.7%
82.7%
76.7%
86.1%
94.9%
89.2%
89.1%
81.7%
86.3%
85.7%
84.3%
85.7%
93.3%
87.2%
85.0%
79.7%
77.1%
83.7%
87.3%
88.9%
96.1%
80.6%
87.6%
68.0%
63.2%
98.6%
84.8%

Total for top 50 Markets

18,291,080

87.1%

Newark Liberty Total

21,007,840

83.9%
Percent Pure
Domeestic
O&D

51.9%
70.7%
47.5%
48.2%
78.2%
51.5%
62.6%
30.0%
52.5%
63.1%
58.1%
46.7%
65.5%
54.5%
40.0%
41.1%
52.6%
41.7%
41.8%
38.4%
55.4%
36.0%
32.3%
71.0%
45.7%
40.4%
49.5%
54.3%
56.7%
72.5%
39.5%
46.1%
63.4%
45.0%
56.9%
50.1%
44.8%
46.3%
43.0%
44.7%
51.2%
53.7%
49.8%
69.4%
45.1%
64.7%
36.8%
38.1%
69.3%
57.7%
Percent Top
50 Markets
are of Total
52.2%
Percent
O&D
originating
at the base

2nd Ranked

CO
CO
DL
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
AA
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
NW
US
CO
NW
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
DL
CO
CO
DL
YX
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO
CO

38.8%
73.6%
47.3%
54.2%
76.3%
65.5%
81.5%
89.8%
48.6%
55.7%
59.8%
51.3%
90.1%
85.7%
67.3%
89.9%
58.5%
57.8%
48.2%
52.7%
80.8%
54.9%
97.5%
86.0%
62.5%
55.5%
46.9%
81.5%
81.8%
69.4%
76.2%
54.4%
85.3%
92.3%
58.3%
52.6%
76.6%
74.4%
81.4%
98.5%
82.0%
76.8%
44.3%
86.8%
84.5%
76.7%
98.1%
91.7%
100.0%
76.9%

66.3%
Percent
O&D by
Top
Airline

Percent
of O&D
UA
DL
CO
AA
HP
UA
B6
FL
AA
AA
HP
CO
B6
B6
XX
AA
UA
AS
CO
CO
AA
CO
UA
B6
AA
US
AA
UA
DL
AA
UA
CO
DL
DH
CO
CO
AA
FL
FL
UA
DH
AA
NW
DL
DH
DL
UA
UA
NW
US

27.1%
13.6%
35.7%
24.9%
18.1%
26.4%
13.4%
2.4%
48.6%
39.1%
34.9%
37.3%
6.4%
7.2%
13.0%
10.0%
31.3%
32.8%
38.8%
34.3%
4.9%
41.6%
1.1%
7.3%
29.4%
35.6%
41.5%
5.0%
6.5%
10.5%
6.6%
43.3%
4.9%
2.4%
31.7%
41.1%
14.2%
5.3%
3.6%
0.6%
5.2%
13.2%
40.5%
7.2%
7.4%
6.2%
0.6%
3.8%
0.0%
8.0%

21.3%
Percent
O&D by
2nd
Ranked

This table is derived from the United States DOT 10% sample Origin & Destination Survey. This table reflects a factor of 10 adjustment to the raw
sample. The airline codes shown for the top two airlines in each market are industry standard IATA codes which are used for publishing airline schedules.
B6 for example, is JetBlue, NK is Spirit, CO Continental, AA American, etc...

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Top 50 Domestic Passenger
Origin/Destination City Markets

2.7.1 LGA

Ra

nk

Annual Total for 2005

LaGuardia
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

City

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
Chicago, Illinois, US
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Washington, DC, US
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Orlando, Florida, US
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, US
Miami, Florida, US
Detroit, Michigan, US
Houston, Texas, US
West Palm Beach/Palm B, FL, US
Denver, Colorado, US
Charlotte, North Carolina, US
Tampa, Florida, US
Raleigh/Durham, NC, US
Minneapolis/St Pau, MN, US
St Louis, Missouri, US
Cleveland, Ohio, US
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Kansas City, Missouri, US
Columbus, Ohio, US
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
New Orleans, Louisiana, US
Buffalo, New York, US
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Nashville, Tennessee, US
Greensboro/High Point, NC, US
Jacksonville, Florida, US
Richmond Intl, Richmnd, VA, US
Myrtle Beach, SC, US
Akron/Canton, Ohio, US
Los Angeles, CA, US
Las Vegas, Nevada, US
Charleston, South Carolina, US
Austin, Texas, US
Memphis, Tennessee, US
Newport News/Wmsbg, VA, US
Phoenix, Arizona, US
Savannah, Georgia, US
San Francisco, CA, US
Birmingham, Alabama, US
Portland, Maine, US
Portland, Oregon, US
Columbia, South Carolina, US
Louisville, Kentucky, US
San Diego, California, US
San Antonio, Texas, US
Dayton, Ohio, US
Greenville/Sprtnbg, SC, US

Total Domestic
O&D

Percent Pure
Domeestic
O&D

2,009,700
1,895,070
1,528,850
1,330,970
1,258,810
1,113,400
878,630
839,830
814,630
595,400
591,190
510,230
493,100
486,110
377,060
348,470
289,070
270,280
270,150
254,050
252,150
212,550
212,270
190,360
190,180
187,140
181,290
180,430
174,690
167,150
163,840
154,160
148,440
146,820
145,640
143,510
141,050
137,900
132,580
113,150
110,400
93,400
92,620
184,980
91,090
84,940
79,030
78,110
77,340
77,140

98.2%
94.4%
94.1%
96.2%
96.8%
97.8%
92.1%
75.1%
94.6%
84.7%
99.3%
97.4%
88.3%
98.4%
97.9%
91.9%
98.6%
97.3%
99.3%
99.0%
98.2%
99.7%
98.5%
97.9%
97.0%
96.9%
98.7%
98.8%
99.0%
98.7%
99.9%
100.0%
93.2%
96.2%
98.8%
98.9%
97.7%
100.0%
99.0%
99.1%
92.8%
98.8%
97.9%
98.6%
99.1%
99.1%
98.2%
99.0%
99.4%
98.2%

Percent
O&D
Initiated at
NYNJ
Airport
58.7%
42.8%
43.4%
49.0%
44.1%
70.2%
38.1%
48.0%
41.5%
37.3%
61.6%
42.7%
41.0%
54.7%
43.5%
38.0%
44.6%
42.1%
43.7%
39.8%
45.3%
41.2%
62.6%
45.4%
39.7%
41.9%
43.3%
43.9%
49.9%
46.3%
73.4%
37.4%
43.1%
77.7%
61.3%
40.3%
44.0%
45.0%
55.1%
60.4%
43.2%
37.7%
52.8%
45.8%
47.2%
41.8%
45.4%
49.9%
40.2%
43.3%

Top Airline

2nd Ranked

Percent of
O&D
B6
AA
DL
DL
DL
DL
AA
AA
NW
CO
DL
UA
US
DL
AA
NW
AA
CO
US
AA
US
YX
AA
US
DL
US
AA
US
DL
US
NK
FL
AA
AA
DL
AA
NW
FL
AA
DL
UA
DL
US
UA
DL
US
AA
AA
US
US

32.3%
45.5%
65.8%
42.3%
50.8%
42.5%
79.7%
96.6%
64.1%
75.1%
71.9%
56.9%
70.6%
49.4%
43.6%
77.7%
82.7%
79.3%
54.6%
45.1%
35.3%
71.0%
41.0%
84.8%
92.1%
82.6%
85.8%
62.8%
76.5%
70.0%
83.2%
97.4%
23.9%
27.0%
59.8%
62.2%
74.2%
98.4%
29.2%
68.7%
31.9%
82.5%
57.2%
39.1%
85.0%
75.4%
35.6%
48.6%
71.0%
51.3%

Percent of
O&D
NK
UA
FL
US
US
AA
TZ
DL
NK
AA
AA
F9
AA
AA
US
TZ
US
AA
NW
YX
AA
XX
US
AA
NW
UA
US
DL
US
DL
US
DL
UA
DL
US
CO
FL
US
DL
US
AA
WN
DL
AA
US
UA
UA
CO
UA
DL

27.2%
32.4%
23.9%
37.3%
38.5%
26.2%
9.0%
1.7%
24.5%
13.5%
19.8%
24.5%
11.8%
41.7%
28.4%
11.0%
4.3%
18.7%
21.0%
41.5%
34.0%
17.0%
24.8%
9.6%
2.2%
15.4%
5.0%
35.1%
10.7%
28.6%
9.7%
1.5%
20.9%
16.6%
34.7%
18.2%
8.6%
1.6%
15.6%
19.4%
18.1%
6.0%
33.8%
20.0%
11.6%
10.6%
25.7%
19.8%
17.3%
37.5%

Percent Top 50

Total for top 50 Markets

20,499,350

88.1% Markets are of

Newark Liberty Total

23,265,350

95.4%

47.9%

58.5%

22.9%

Percent Pure
Domeestic O&D

Percent O&D
originating at
the base

Percent O&D
by Top Airline

Percent O&D
by 2nd
Ranked
Airline

Total

This table is derived from the United States DOT 10% sample Origin & Destination Survey. This table reflects a factor of 10 adjustment to the raw sample. The airline
codes shown for the top two airlines in each market are industry standard IATA codes which are used for publishing airline schedules. B6 for example, is JetBlue, NK is
Spirit, CO Continental, AA American, etc...

42

2.7.1 Region

Top 50 Domestic Passenger
Origin/Destination City Markets

Annual Total for 2005

Ra
n

k

City

Percent
O&D
Percent Pure Initiated at
Total Domestic
Domeestic
NYNJ
O&D
O&D
Airport

Top Airline
Percent of
O&D

Region
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
Orlando, Florida, US
Chicago, Illinois, US
Los Angeles, CA, US
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Miami, Florida, US
Washington, DC, US
San Francisco, CA, US
San Juan, Puerto Rico (US)
West Palm Beach/Palm B, FL, US
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Las Vegas, Nevada, US
Tampa, Florida, US
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, US
Houston, Texas, US
Detroit, Michigan, US
Denver, Colorado, US
Phoenix, Arizona, US
Minneapolis/St Pau, MN, US
Seattle/Tacoma, WA, US
Fort Myers, Florida, US
San Diego, California, US
Charlotte, North Carolina, US
Buffalo, New York, US
Raleigh/Durham, NC, US
Long Beach, California, US
Oakland, California, US
Cleveland, Ohio, US
New Orleans, Louisiana, US
St Louis, Missouri, US
Salt Lake City, Utah, US
Rochester, New York, US
Jacksonville, Florida, US
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Columbus, Ohio, US
Cincinnati, Ohio, US
Indianapolis, Indiana, US
Kansas City, Missouri, US
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
Portland, Oregon, US
Nashville, Tennessee, US
Austin, Texas, US
San Jose, California, US
Greensboro/High Point, NC, US
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, US
Syracuse, New York, US
Charleston, South Carolina, US
Santa Ana, California, US
Memphis, Tennessee, US
Richmond Intl, Richmnd, VA, US

4,236,330
3,834,140
3,230,670
3,222,830
2,943,590
2,279,090
2,127,420
2,111,190
2,085,610
2,049,320
1,984,540
1,951,980
1,873,010
1,609,020
1,349,760
1,215,290
1,143,250
1,007,380
943,990
922,890
918,880
873,290
836,520
829,800
769,270
705,220
629,950
598,780
579,940
541,200
508,890
485,330
453,840
453,370
442,470
441,360
427,030
402,520
364,760
360,910
340,620
319,790
317,530
308,340
290,130
261,000
258,980
258,530
252,090
242,990

Total for top 50 Markets

56,594,630

Regional Total

64,755,110

2nd Ranked

B6
DL
AA
AA
DL
AA
DL
UA
AA
B6
DL
CO
B6
AA
CO
NW
UA
HP
NW
CO
B6
AA
US
B6
AA
B6
B6
CO
B6
AA
DL
B6
DL
US
CO
DL
US
AA
YX
CO
AA
CO
B6
US
CO
B6
DL
CO
NW
US

41.7%
31.1%
36.1%
40.3%
61.2%
82.6%
30.1%
28.3%
52.5%
39.0%
36.7%
32.8%
32.6%
71.5%
82.5%
60.2%
36.7%
38.4%
59.7%
24.8%
53.8%
30.3%
61.4%
61.4%
42.8%
97.9%
84.3%
86.6%
31.9%
62.6%
63.9%
66.9%
52.1%
51.0%
33.4%
78.3%
35.1%
30.3%
62.8%
38.0%
46.4%
43.8%
47.4%
37.9%
43.7%
52.5%
46.6%
62.6%
58.8%
48.5%

Percent of
O&D
DL
B6
UA
DL
FL
CO
US
AA
B6
DL
US
HP
DL
CO
AA
NK
CO
CO
CO
DL
CO
CO
CO
US
CO
AA
UA
AA
CO
CO
B6
CO
CO
CO
US
CO
CO
YX
CO
UA
CO
AA
AA
DL
AA
US
CO
AA
CO
CO

96.5%
93.3%
92.3%
84.2%
88.7%
64.4%
84.2%
82.8%
84.8%
97.9%
83.7%
93.3%
92.9%
86.4%
71.4%
84.5%
93.3%
93.1%
87.0%
87.2%
97.3%
90.6%
80.0%
95.4%
84.2%
99.8%
99.7%
78.1%
94.4%
88.9%
87.7%
93.6%
91.2%
81.6%
90.3%
83.5%
90.2%
92.9%
96.8%
89.1%
89.4%
91.6%
97.5%
90.1%
88.1%
89.6%
92.4%
95.4%
93.2%
90.1%

61.6%
70.1%
46.2%
42.3%
43.9%
44.9%
43.3%
44.2%
60.0%
64.9%
40.3%
79.7%
55.5%
39.8%
33.2%
38.7%
48.5%
56.5%
39.2%
41.7%
69.5%
51.2%
39.5%
49.6%
41.0%
46.4%
43.2%
36.4%
61.3%
44.1%
50.7%
43.6%
52.3%
38.9%
43.5%
38.7%
41.9%
41.4%
44.7%
38.5%
44.7%
42.0%
44.6%
43.1%
69.4%
43.0%
58.4%
50.5%
46.1%
44.9%

21.5%
28.0%
30.1%
19.5%
18.3%
14.7%
23.3%
26.8%
19.7%
30.5%
24.4%
24.6%
29.0%
13.2%
7.3%
16.4%
20.9%
34.2%
14.1%
23.7%
24.1%
29.5%
12.9%
19.5%
20.7%
1.7%
4.9%
10.1%
24.9%
17.7%
15.3%
16.7%
33.2%
26.4%
20.7%
17.1%
25.0%
27.2%
17.0%
14.7%
30.9%
37.3%
21.5%
31.0%
20.5%
27.4%
23.3%
13.9%
18.7%
28.9%

87.4%

Percent Top
50 Markets
are of Total

88.9%

50.2%

48.5%

22.0%

Percent Pure Percent O&D
Domeestic O&D originating at
the base

Percent O&D
by Top Airline

Percent O&D
by 2nd
Ranked
Airline

This table is derived from the United States DOT 10% sample Origin & Destination Survey. This table reflects a factor of 10 adjustment to the raw sample. The
airline codes shown for the top two airlines in each market are industry standard IATA codes which are used for publishing airline schedules. B6 for example, is
JetBlue, NK is Spirit, CO Continental, AA American, etc...

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2.7.2 JFK

Top 50 International Passenger City Markets in 2005
Top 50 City Markets

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Foreign Flag Airlines
Enplaned
Load
/Deplaned
Factor*

London, United Kingdom
Paris, France
Tokyo, Japan
Frankfurt, Germany
Santiago, Dominican Republic
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Tel Aviv, Israel
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Incheon, South Korea
Madrid, Spain
Rome, Italy
Dublin, Ireland
Mexico, Mexico
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Milan, Italy
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Istanbul, Turkey
Athens, Greece
Zurich, Switzerland
Moscow, Russia
Brussels, Belgium
Montego, Jamaica
Shannon, Ireland
Nassau, Bahamas
Kingston, Jamaica
Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Vienna, Austria
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Buenos, Argentina
Bermuda, Bermuda
Munich, Germany
Helsinki, Finland
Cancun, Mexico
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Beijing, China
Bridget, Barbados
Port Au Prince, Haiti
Vancouver, Canada, British Columbia
Taipei, Taiwan
Manchester, United Kingdom
Warsaw, Poland
Cairo, Egypt
Venice, Italy
Aruba, Aruba
Johannesburg, South Africa
Prague, Czech Republic
San Salvador, El Salvador
Barcelona, Spain
Geneva, Switzerland
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
@Kennedy Top 50 T100 markets

1,777,485
742,217
359,058
582,094

77.5
88.2
79.8
78.7

561,564
368,912
428,238
338,443
168,031
342,271
241,658
183,231
175,223
254,480
165,342
150,680
139,449
111,859
3,340
77,369
193,099

86.7
89.9
71.9
82.6
81.6
89.8
69.4
77.9
83.8
83.9
80.2
77.6
91.7
75.5
76.6
85.9

144,552
95,090
176,719
173,597
50,805

74.1
65.0
84.6
81.8
73.2

154,800
143,878
735
129,265
132,171
50,395

88.5

124,949
123,869
124,950
121,966
120,758

62.8
88.5
79.1
89.6
79.5

1,032,940
452,946
437,508
112,931
691,519
682,249

77.5
82.3
81.0
80.6
68.9
69.9

116,498
11,389
85,972
208,428
862
99,619
102,184
101,780
16,125
96,631
108,263
117,834
118,630
226,107
145,522
4,572
194,886
40,892
82,130

78.8
0.0
80.8
87.9
61.0
75.1
83.1
81.8
0.0
80.1
83.1
79.9
80.7
75.9
73.0
77.8
69.3
81.0
84.4

35
111,892
155,234
49

73.1
63.1
77.4

Total
Enplaned
/Deplaned
2,810,425
1,195,163
796,566
695,025
691,519
682,249
561,564
485,410
439,627
424,415
376,459
343,133
341,277
285,415
277,003
270,605
261,973
258,943
257,283
230,489
229,447
222,891
197,671
194,886
185,444
177,220
176,719
173,632
162,697
155,234
154,849
143,878
142,198
133,267
132,171
131,551
130,511
125,148
125,012
124,950
123,087
120,758
114,498
114,423
111,294
110,299
109,279
108,293
107,746
105,016
16,028,612

141,463
4,002

75.2

81,156
130,511
199
1,143
1,121

77.3
66.4

114,498
114,423

85.7
73.7

105,906

44.6
81.6

105,016
6,355,065

74.7

9,673,547

@Bottom 51 to 179 T100 markets

1,741,898

823,039

2,564,937

@Kennedy International Total of All T100 markets

11,415,445

7,178,104

18,593,549

111,294
110,299
109,279
2,387
107,746

44

42.3
80.9
82.9
60.8

USA Flag Airlines
Enplaned
Load
/Deplaned
Factor*

72.1
75.6

72.9
84.0

80.0

2.7.2 EWR

Top 50 International Passenger City Markets in 2005
Top 50 City Markets

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

London, United Kingdom
Paris, France
Tel Aviv, Israel
Toronto, Canada, Ontario
Frankfurt, Germany
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Rome, Italy
Lisbon, Portuga
Stockholm , Sweden
Cancun, Mexico
Milan, Italy
Montreal, Canada, Quebec
Manchester, United Kingdom
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Copenhagen, Denmark
Tokyo, Japan
Mexico, Mexico
Madrid, Spain
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Dublin, Ireland
Mumbai, India
Brussels, Belgium
Zurich, Switzerland
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Aruba, Aruba
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Bermuda, Bermuda
Montego, Jamaica
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Halifax, Canada, Nova Scotia
Shannon, Ireland
Taipei, Taiwan
Santiago, Dominican Republic
San Jose, Costa Rica
Geneva, Switzerland
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Singapore, Singapore
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Nassau, Bahamas
Warsaw, Poland
Lima, Peru
Beijing, China
Oslo, Norway
St Martin, Netherlands Antiles
Quebec, Canada, Quebec
Ottawa, Canada, Ontario
Ahmedabad, India
Bogota, Colombi
Belfast, United Kingdom
Bristol, United Kingdom
@Newark Liberty Top 50 T100 markets

Foreign Flag Airlines
Load
Enplaned
Factor*
/Deplaned
710,101
219,472
144,076
198,273
206,439
147,132
140,609
155,794
173,604

77.44
80.3
84.49
60.81
82.21
88.36
79.02
84.73
76.85

113,177
77,506

74.35
61.26

157,710

84.96

USA Flag Airlines
Load
Enplaned
Factor*
/Deplaned
318,136
272,617
303,169
215,326
137,581
192,297
142,778
95,656
52,454
219,187
97,292
118,121
179,607
170,996

81.6
82.4
86.0
64.9
81.2
74.5
87.0
85.6
78.2
77.8
81.9
71.5
84.6
77.6

153,291
147,618
147,236
141,721
138,105

76.9
75.6
84.1
81.4
92.9

132,970
100,560
124,408
124,070
120,578
118,312
57,527
113,880
101,039
99,975
169
96,915
94,613
94,134
93,945

78.8
79.7
85.6
82.9
80.9
67.1

136,801
29,970

78.35

59,433

69.88

-

86.03

98,726

20

41.94

86,856

65.73

83.9
73.7
89.8
0.0
86.3
77.8
75.2

84,572
81,110
72,642

90.28

Total
Enplaned
/Deplaned
1,028,237
492,089
447,245
413,599
344,020
339,429
283,387
251,450
226,058
219,187
210,469
195,627
179,607
170,996
157,710
153,291
147,618
147,236
141,721
138,105
136,801
132,970
130,530
124,408
124,070
120,578
118,312
116,960
113,880
101,039
99,975
98,895
96,915
94,613
94,154
93,945
86,856
84,572
81,110
72,642
71,293
69,043
67,794
67,584
61,213
58,880
56,446
56,399
55,256
54,181
8,428,395

71,293
69,043
67,794
67,539
61,173
58,880

73.8
66.4
79.7
71.8
71.9
62.5
68.7
79.3
75.5

2,984,872

56,399
55,256
54,181
5,443,523

@Bottom 51 to 116 T100 markets

147,816

582,472

730,288

@Newark Liberty Total of All T100 markets

3,132,688

6,025,995

9,158,683

45
40

74.51
64.29

56,446

Source: United States DOT T-100 onboard traffic data. Unlike the domestic 2.7.1 exhibits based on domestic origin & destination data, this exhibit
uses enplaned and deplaned traffic data. International Origin destination data is restricted and has other l

45

2.7.2 LGA

Top 50 International Passenger City Markets in 2005
Top 50 City Markets

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

Foreign Flag Airlines

USA Flag Airlines

Total

Enplaned
/Deplaned

Load
Factor*

Enplaned
/Deplaned

Load
Factor*

Toronto, Canada, Ontario
Montreal, Canada, Quebec
Nassau, Bahamas
Ottawa, Canada, Ontario
Kingston, Jamaica
Bermuda, Bermuda
Cancun, Mexico
Aruba, Aruba
Freeport, Bahamas
Buenos, Argentina
Shanghai, China
Montego, Jamaica
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Cozumel, Mexico
Montevideo, Uruguay
Bridgetown, Barbados
San Sal, Bahamas
Belize, Belize
Tegucig, Honduras
Vancouver, Canada, British Columbia
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
Medellin, Colombia
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Calgary, Canada, Alberta
Managua, Nicaragua
@LaGuardia Top 25 T100 markets

624,988
257,860

69.91
61.41

63,132

69.47

61.6
60.8
67.8
52.3

113

94.57

946,129

245,303
63,017
171,060
88
18,612
12,607
12,417
7,285
6,708
5,492
4,550
3,732
2,193
1,125
1,011
940
691
668
645
595
611
560
547
463
317
561,237

@Bottom 26 to 48 T100 markets

141

1,696

1,837

@LaGuardia Total of All T100 markets

946,270

562,933

1,509,203

36

60.27

38.2
57.8
56.0

Enplaned
/Deplaned
870,291
320,877
171,060
63,220
18,612
12,720
12,417
7,285
6,708
5,492
4,550
3,732
2,193
1,125
1,011
940
691
668
645
631
611
560
547
463
317

1,507,366

Source: United States DOT T-100 onboard traffic data. Unlike the domestic 2.7.1 exhibits based on domestic origin &
destination data, this exhibit uses enplaned and deplaned traffic data. International Origin destination data is restricted and
has other l

46

2.7.2 Region

Top 50 International Passenger City Markets in 2005
Top 50 City Markets

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

Foreign Flag Airlines
Enplaned
/Deplaned

Load
Factor*

Enplaned
/Deplaned

Load
Factor*

2,487,586
961,689
823,261
788,533
705,640
359,058
516,044

77.5%
85.2%
67.5%
79.5%
86.1%
79.8%
89.4%

308,640
335,366
338,443
241,658
288,400
342,271

80.4%
61.4%
82.6%
69.4%
79.8%
89.8%

78.5%
82.4%
63.6%
80.9%
86.0%
79.9%
76.1%
72.0%
70.6%
87.5%
69.4%
82.9%
75.4%
81.9%
92.4%
71.3%

428,238
254,480
169,419
183,231
735
3,340
136,802
124,950
193,099
113
165,342
150,680
155,794

71.9%
83.9%
89.0%
77.9%

1,351,076
725,563
506,843
250,512
303,169
590,799
308,795
808,850
788,434
351,206
264,427
233,208
247,469
199,072
138,967
447,056
11,389
157,846
218,394
196,129
373,067
359,077
206,781
179,607
104,547
286,153
96,631
108,263
96,583
245,778
34,354
118,638
52,454
1,312
75,437
94,134
69,043
105,656
1,121
190,199
114,398
54,678

Total
Load
Enplaned
/Deplaned Factor*

11,433,346

3,838,662
1,687,252
1,330,104
1,039,045
1,008,809
949,857
824,839
808,850
788,434
659,846
599,793
571,651
489,127
487,472
481,238
447,056
439,627
412,326
387,813
379,360
373,802
362,417
343,583
304,557
297,646
286,266
261,973
258,943
252,377
245,778
232,221
230,497
226,058
223,907
223,558
201,900
201,214
200,746
195,729
190,199
188,028
183,943
176,719
173,632
172,520
171,086
168,598
162,344
159,351
157,710
24,458,463

2,469,286

2,333,686

4,802,972

15,494,403

13,767,032

29,261,435

London, United Kingdom
Paris, France
Toronto, Canada, Ontario
Frankfurt, Germany
Tel Aviv, Israel
Tokyo, Japan
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Santiago, Dominican Republic
Rome, Italy
Montreal, Canada, Quebec
Madrid, Spain
Mexico City, Mexico
Milan, Italy
Dublin, Ireland
Nassau, Bahamas
Incheon, South Korea
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Zurich, Switzerland
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cancun, Mexico
Brussels, Belgium
Montego, Jamaica
Manchesterter, United Kingdom
Shannon, Ireland
Bermuda, Bermuda
Istanbul, Turkey
Athens, Greece
Lisbon, Portugal
Aruba, Aruba
Mumbai, India
Moscow, Russia
Stockholm , Sweden
Taipei, Taiwan
Kingston, Jamaica
Geneva, Switzerland
Beijing, China
Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago
Warsaw, Poland
Punta Cana, Dominican Republic
San Jose, Costa Rica
Guayaquil, Ecuador
Vienna, Austria
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Munich, Germany
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Prague, Czech Republic
Lima, Peru
Copenhagen, Denmark
@Region's Top 50 T100 markets

50,805
162,344
82,083
157,710
13,025,117

@Region's Bottom 51 to 206 T100 markets
@Region's Total of All T100 markets

USA Flag Airlines

73.8%
73.4%
79.1%
85.9%
94.6%
80.2%
77.6%
84.7%

197,867
111,859
173,604
222,595
148,121
107,766
132,171
95,090
194,608

76.9%
88.5%
74.1%
79.9%
82.9%
65.0%
89.9%

73,630
129,265
176,719
173,597
172,471

75.4%
80.9%
84.6%
81.8%
84.7%

83.4%
85.0%

81.4%
79.8%
79.8%
76.8%
77.0%
73.5%
84.5%
89.0%
62.8%
80.1%
84.4%
77.4%
80.7%
78.2%
76.6%
77.8%
66.4%

76.5%
80.1%
61.7%

35
49
171,086
117,793

77.4%
77.6%
73.0%

77,268

73.8%

Source: United States DOT T-100 onboard traffic data. Unlike the domestic 2.7.1 exhibits based on domestic origin & destination data, this exhibit uses
enplaned and deplaned traffic data. International Origin destination data is restricted and has other limitations preventing its use. Immigration and
Naturalization service data is no longer provided by the vendor used due to cost issues.
Note *: Where blank there is little or no nostop service available --therefore no meaningful load factor.

47

77.8%
84.0%
66.0%
79.9%
86.1%
79.8%
84.4%
72.0%
70.6%
84.2%
64.9%
82.7%
72.5%
80.6%
90.5%
71.3%
70.0%
82.9%
83.8%
78.9%
76.7%
76.9%
73.4%
82.3%
87.0%
62.8%
80.1%
79.9%
84.6%
77.4%
0.0%
78.2%
77.2%
88.0%
74.9%
78.9%
77.2%
72.8%
89.8%
76.5%
78.2%
75.2%
84.6%
81.8%
84.7%
77.6%
73.0%
83.9%
78.8%
85.0%

Passenger
D em ographics

2.8.1 page 1
Profile of Departing Passengers

JFK

EW R

LG A

REG IO N

3,395

1,642

1,659

6,696

71.5%
28.5%

86.8%
13.2%

69.3%
30.7%

74.8%
25.2%

Dom estic
International

51.9%
48.1%

93.2%
6.8%

68.5%
31.5%

68.8%
31.2%

First Trip Through This Term inal

47.6%

27.4%

26.2%

34.8%

First Trip Through This Airport

20.2%

17.2%

17.9%

18.6%

33.5%
18.6%
14.9%
19.4%
10.3%
3.4%

37.1%
29.0%
15.2%
4.2%
11.6%
2.9%

43.4%
15.2%
13.3%
16.6%
9.2%
2.5%

37.9%
20.2%
14.4%
14.3%
10.2%
2.9%

61.5%

81.9%

19.8%

52.5%

45.4%
29.7%
4.5%
21.8%
3.4%
1.6%
6.0%
7.5%
0.5%
2.0%
8.7%
0.3%
3.7%
1.4%
4.8%
4.6%
1.7%
14.9%
12.6%

66.3%
48.4%
7.8%
37.8%
2.8%
2.8%
6.9%
8.0%
0.2%
3.7%
7.3%
0.4%
3.4%
0.9%
4.4%
5.9%
0.6%
5.7%
1.6%

14.4%
11.4%
1.7%
8.6%
1.1%
0.4%
0.8%
0.3%
1.5%
0.4%
0.5%
0.9%
3.0%
0.7%
48.9%
1.7%
3.8%
16.3%
9.6%

40.2%
28.4%
4.4%
21.5%
2.4%
1.5%
4.4%
5.1%
0.8%
1.9%
5.5%
0.5%
3.4%
1.0%
20.0%
3.9%
2.1%
12.9%
8.6%

62.8%
20.3%
5.3%
5.2%
1.8%
1.8%
2.9%

52.5%
35.0%
4.2%
2.9%
2.1%
1.2%
2.0%

54.4%
30.8%
4.7%
3.1%
1.7%
1.8%
3.5%

57.1%
27.9%
4.8%
3.8%
1.8%
1.6%
2.9%

74%
26%

61%
39%

64%
36%

67%
33%

58.5%
26.1%
7.5%
7.9%

28.4%
50.6%
8.1%
12.9%

37.6%
27.5%
21.2%
13.7%

42.4%
34.2%
12.1%
11.3%

Unw eighted Base Size
Passenger Type
Departing
Connecting

Type of Flight

Trip O rigin
Hom e
Hotel
Staying with Friends/Relatives
Another Airport
W ork
Other

Trip O rigin Location
New York
NYC
M anhattan
Manhattan - below 14th S t.
Manhattan - 14th - 96th S t.
Manhattan - above 96th S t.
Bronx
Brooklyn
Queens
Staten Island
W estchester
Long Island
Rockland
Upstate NY
Other NY S tate
New Jersey
Connecticut
Pennsylvania
Other US
Outside US

Trip Purpose
Leisure/Vacation/V isiting
Business O nly
Both Business/Non-Business
School related
Illness/B ereavem ent
Moving/Relocation
Other

Leisure O nly (N et)
Any Business (Net)
Check-in Location
Main counter
Self check-in kiosk
Printed B oarding P ass at Hom e
Curbside

Avg. Dw ell Tim e: Local (M inutes)
Avg. D w ell Tim e: Connectors (M inutes)
Accom panied B y W ellw isher

125
179

95
96

111
155

111
158

10.9%

5.7%

11.4%

9.7%

Source: PAN YN J Spring 2006 T erm inal By T erm inal C ustom er Satisfaction Study

48

Passenger
Demographics

2.8.1 page 2
Profile of Departing Passengers
JFK

EWR

LGA

REGION

Food-Beverage Purchase
Bought Food/Beverage

64.9%

56.8%

58.6%

60.5%

Pre-security

20.0%

11.0%

10.7%

14.3%

Post security

47.2%

46.9%

49.0%

47.7%

Food-Beverage Purchase Motivation
Spurious purchase

47.7%

44.6%

49.2%

47.4%

Planned purchase in advance

34.9%

42.2%

36.1%

37.1%

Bought an item to consume on plane

21.3%

17.5%

18.6%

19.4%

Avg. $ Spent

$12.14

$8.65

$11.51

$11.02

1939

849

906

3694

Bought Retail Item

27.4%

23.8%

22.0%

24.6%

Pre-security

7.6%

4.5%

4.1%

5.5%

Post security

20.6%

19.6%

18.1%

19.4%

Unweighted Base Size

Retail Item Purchase

Retail Purchase Motivation
Spurious purchase

22.4%

14.2%

15.7%

52.3%

Planned purchase in advance

16.4%

11.0%

12.7%

40.1%

Bought something forgot to pack

3.6%

1.3%

3.1%

8.0%

$31.40

$13.86

$23.33

$24.31

Unweighted Base Size

786

293

294

1373

Avg. Number of Bags Checked

1.5

0.9

1.2

1.2

Avg. Number of Carry-on Bags

1.5

1.4

1.4

1.4

Avg. Travel Party Size

1.8

1.6

1.7

1.7

17%

13%

15%

15%

Carrying WiFi enabled laptop

23.5%

26.8%

26.8%

25.6%

Avg. $ Spent

Kids under 18 in party

Requested Special Assistance

1.6%

0.5%

2.0%

1.4%

W heelchair

1.1%

0.1%

1.2%

0.9%

Motorized Golf Cart

0.3%

0.3%

0.7%

0.4%

15.1%

Used US-VISIT Exit Kiosk
Unwt'd Non US Resident on Int'l Flight

208

Trips Through LGA

1.0

4.2

0.6

1.7

Trips Through JFK

2.7

1.3

0.4

1.5

Trips Through EW R

0.4

0.7

4.0

1.7

Trips Through Philadelphia Airport

0.1

0.3

0.3

0.2

Trips Through CT Airports

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.1

Trips Through All Other Airports

2.2

3.2

2.5

2.6

United States

71.7%

88.7%

82.1%

79.9%

Other North America

4.3%

5.1%

4.3%

4.5%

South America

1.4%

1.3%

1.1%

1.2%

Europe

13.3%

2.2%

7.4%

8.3%

Middle East

1.1%

0.2%

0.7%

0.7%

Africa

0.5%

0.2%

0.1%

0.3%

Asia

4.7%

1.4%

2.9%

3.2%

Oceania

1.6%

0.6%

0.5%

0.9%

Other

1.5%

0.3%

0.8%

1.0%

Residency

Source: PANYNJ Spring 2006 Term inal By Term inal Custom er Satisfaction Study

49

Passenger
Demographics

2.8.1 page 3
Profile of Departing Passengers
JFK

EWR

LGA

REGION

Gender
49.0%
51.0%

51.0%
49.0%

55.0%
45.0%

51.6%
48.4%

18-24

19.7%

15.1%

14.4%

16.6%

25-34

30.0%

28.3%

23.3%

27.2%

35-44

20.7%

24.9%

21.3%

22.0%

45-54

14.7%

17.6%

19.7%

17.2%

55-64

10.0%

10.8%

14.8%

11.9%

Male
Female

Age

65-74

3.7%

2.4%

4.6%

3.7%

75+

1.1%

0.7%

1.9%

1.3%

Mean age

37.7

38.6

41.6

39.3

Unweighted Base Size

1019

209

438

1666

Annual Household Income
Under $25,000

12.1%

8.7%

9.6%

10.2%

$25,000 - $29,999

4.9%

3.5%

2.8%

3.8%

$30,000 - $39,999

6.5%

5.4%

4.8%

5.6%

$40,000 - $49,999

7.8%

6.8%

6.3%

7.0%

$50,000 - $59,999

8.0%

8.1%

7.6%

7.9%

$60,000 - $69,999

6.9%

6.6%

6.4%

6.6%

$70,000 - $79,999

5.6%

6.2%

5.9%

5.9%

$80,000 - $89,999

5.8%

6.4%

7.3%

6.5%

$90,000 - $99,999

5.7%

6.6%

5.6%

5.9%

$100,000 - $124,999

10.1%

10.8%

13.7%

11.5%

$125,000 - $149,999

5.8%

6.6%

8.6%

7.0%

$150,000 - $174,999

5.7%

5.5%

6.4%

5.9%

$175,000 - $199,999

3.8%

3.9%

2.8%

3.5%

$200,000 - $249,999

4.1%

4.6%

3.6%

4.1%

$250,000 or more

7.1%

10.4%

8.5%

8.6%

Mean income (in $000's)

$94.9

$105.9

$103.3

$101.0

722

165

305

1192

Unweighted Base Size

Source: PANYNJ Spring 2006 plus B15 Terminal By Terminal Customer Satisfaction Study

50

Top 50 Domestic
Airport Comparisons

3.1.1
Domestic Revenue Cargo in Short Tons (Mail plus Freight)

2005

RANK AIRPORT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE (MEM)
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
MIAMI, FLORIDA
NEW YORK, (JFK)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA
NEWARK (EWR), NEW JERSEY
ATLANTA, GEORGIA
DALLAS/FT WORTH AIRPORT, TEXAS
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA
HONOLULU, HAWAII
HOUSTON, TEXAS
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
TOLEDO, OHIO
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
DAYTON, OHIO
DENVER, COLORADO
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
PHOENIX, ARIZONA
MINNEAPOLIS/ST PAUL, MINNESOTA
PORTLAND, OREGON
BALTIMORE/WASHINGTON, MARYLAND
CINCINNATI, OHIO (HEBRON, KENTUCKY)
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
VANCOUVER
DETROIT, MICHIGAN
FORTH WORTH, TEXAS
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
HARTFORD/SPRINGFIELD, CONNECTICUT
FT LAUDERDALE/HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
CHARLOTTE, NO CAROLINA
MONTREAL
WINNIPEG
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI
CALGARY
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
MONTREAL
FT WAYNE, INDIANA
COLUMBIA, SO CAROLINA
COLUMBUS, OHIO
RALEIGH-DURHAM, NO CAROLINA
AUSTIN, TEXAS
ST LOUIS, MISSOURI
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

93 NEW YORK (LGA)

CARGO IN SHORT TONS

% Change 2004-2005

3,598,501
2,553,937
1,938,430
1,815,155
1,754,633
1,660,717
1,546,153
985,457
949,933
767,897
741,805
672,844
590,557
547,611
521,859
457,046
387,790
356,120
352,336
338,591
332,302
309,848
303,012
302,197
282,422
261,473
261,198
251,602
225,912
223,677
220,721
220,133
191,705
170,642
168,570
159,209
158,899
145,534
138,843
134,982
125,000
119,484
117,784
116,939
113,264
112,887
109,768
109,662
101,241
100,958

1.2%
13.4%
1.3%
4.3%
-1.4%
-2.6%
4.8%
5.7%
-3.5%
-10.8%
-0.1%
0.0%
4.9%
-4.2%
-4.9%
2.4%
-3.3%
-2.8%
0.0%
-2.6%
-0.6%
-2.4%
-2.5%
0.0%
-5.8%
3.7%
3.7%
-39.1%
0.7%
-4.4%
-0.4%
28.0%
-9.4%
23.3%
1.5%
-2.3%
-3.0%
5.2%
6.5%
-3.5%
0.8%
-0.2%
3.7%
-41.2%
-4.2%
15.3%
1.3%
-5.0%
-3.5%
8.9%

23,856

51

-10.3%

Top 50 Worldwide
Airport Comparisons

3.1.2
Worldwide Revenue Cargo in Short Tons (Mail plus Freight)

2005

RANK

AIRPORT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50

MEMPHIS, TN (MEM)
HONG KONG, CHINA (HKG)
ANCHORAGE, AK (ANC)*
TOKYO (NRT)
SEOUL (ICN)
PARIS (CDG)
FRANKFURT (FRA)
LOS ANGELES, CA (LAX)
SHANGHAI (PVG)
SINGAPORE (SIN)
LOUISVILLE, KY (SDF)
MIAMI, FL (MIA)
TAIPEI (TPE)
NEW YORK, NY (JFK)
CHICAGO, IL (ORD)
AMSTERDAM (AMS)
LONDON (LHR)
DUBAI (DXB)
BANGKOK (BKK)
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (IND)
NEWARK, NJ (EWR)
OSAKA (KIX)
TOKYO (HND)
BEIJING (PEK)
ATLANTA, GA (ATL)
GUANGZHOU (CAN)
LUXEMBOURG (LUX)
DALLAS/FT W ORTH AIRPORT, TX (DFW)
OAKLAND, CA (OAK)
BRUSSELS (BRU)
KUALA LUMPUR (KUL)
COLOGNE (CGN)
SAN FRANCISCO (SFO)
SANTAFE DE BOGOTA DC (BOG)
PHILADELPHIA (PHL)
ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA (ONT)
SAO PAULO (GRU)
SHENZEN (SZX)
HONOLULU (HNL)
MUMBAI (BOM)
MANILA (MNL)
TORONTO (YYZ)
NEW DELHI (DEL)
HOUSTON (IAH)
MILAN (MXP)
MEXICO CITY (MEX)
MADRID (MAD)
SHANGHAI (SHA)
BOSTON (BOS)
COPENHAGEN (CPH)

259

NEW YORK (LGA)

52

CARGO IN SHORT TONS

% Change 2004-2005

3 598 500
3 433 349
2 553 937
2 291 073
2 150 140
2 010 361
1 962 927
1 938 430
1 856 655
1 854 610
1 815 155
1 754 633
1 705 318
1 660 717
1 546 153
1 495 919
1 389 589
1 314 906
1 140 836
985 457
949 933
869 474
799 073
782 066
767 897
750 555
742 766
741 805
672 844
660 854
656,653
643,605
590,557
561,259
547,611
521,859
497,071
466,476
457,046
434,919
412,161
410,000
388,608
387,790
384,753
380,487
365,442
359,595
356,120
355,087

1.2
9.9
13.4
-3.5
0.8
7.2
6.7
1.3
13.1
3.3
4.3
-1.4
0.3
-2.6
4.8
2.0
-1.6
12.5
7.8
5.7
-3.5
-2.1
3.2
17.0
-10.8
18.7
4.2
-0.1
0.0
5.2
0.2
4.6
4.9
5.0
-4.2
-4.9
10.6
10.2
2.4
8.7
-3.3
38.7
13.0
-3.3
6.5
2.3
-3.4
22.3
-2.8
5.8

23,856

-10.3

Revenue Freight
In Short Tons

3.2.1
Annual Totals 1992-2005
Domestic
YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
494,608
567,793
694,495
778,652
798,395
845,939
844,719
842,637
824,598
705,963
728,039
738,065
739,005
718,357

JFK
481,480
450,298
435,908
393,602
388,390
421,293
390,742
449,739
457,539
390,430
426,711
460,798
472,242
428,076

LGA
53,365
44,580
38,505
28,746
26,433
25,620
22,878
21,639
19,299
15,765
11,321
11,989
13,817
15,689

REGION
1,029,453
1,062,671
1,168,908
1,201,000
1,213,218
1,292,852
1,258,339
1,314,015
1,301,436
1,112,158
1,166,071
1,210,853
1,225,064
1,162,121

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
82,395
131,528
178,204
179,767
177,511
223,606
229,923
242,023
245,781
212,741
181,733
237,530
256,251
239,108

JFK
902,362
963,605
1,064,024
1,244,075
1,279,160
1,280,991
1,235,391
1,303,082
1,406,883
1,131,068
1,259,840
1,279,245
1,318,206
1,316,112

LGA
1840
1,908
1,870
1,738
1,257
1,032
921
753
890
709
388
343.55
278.86
317.41

REGION
986,597
1,097,041
1,244,098
1,425,580
1,457,928
1,505,629
1,466,235
1,545,858
1,653,555
1,344,518
1,441,961
1,517,118
1,574,735
1,555,537

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
577,003
699,321
872,699
958,419
975,906
1,069,545
1,074,642
1,084,660
1,070,380
918,705
909,772
975,595
995,256
957,465

JFK
1,383,842
1,413,903
1,499,932
1,637,677
1,667,550
1,702,285
1,626,133
1,752,821
1,864,422
1,521,498
1,686,551
1,740,043
1,790,448
1,744,188

LGA
55,205
46,488
40,375
30,484
27,690
26,652
23,799
22,392
20,190
16,474
11,709
12,333
14,096
16,006

REGION
2,016,050
2,159,712
2,413,006
2,626,580
2,671,146
2,798,482
2,724,574
2,859,873
2,954,991
2,456,676
2,608,031
2,727,971
2,799,800
2,717,658

International

Domestic and
International

53

Revenue Freight
In Short Tons

3.2.2
Monthly Totals 2005
Domestic
MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

EWR
59,182
55,643
64,953
59,926
56,973
60,818
54,424
58,184
59,974
58,061
61,980
68,239
718,357

JFK
37,837
33,446
40,484
36,315
35,205
36,737
37,672
33,992
37,318
34,952
33,334
30,786
428,078

LGA
1,003
1,064
1,238
1,317
1,428
1,342
1,152
1,387
1,388
1,327
1,514
1,530
15,690

REGION
98,022
90,153
106,675
97,558
93,605
98,897
93,248
93,563
98,679
94,340
96,827
100,555
1,162,122

-2.8%

-9.4%

13.5%

-5.1%

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

EWR
17,723
18,637
20,677
18,850
17,343
17,831
20,324
19,592
21,561
23,351
21,232
21,988
239,109

JFK
103,598
100,222
118,171
111,234
105,326
106,436
109,490
109,044
109,302
119,009
110,454
113,825
1,316,111

LGA
14
11
28
18
23
30
27
21
39
49
31
26
317

REGION
121,334
118,870
138,876
130,101
122,693
124,297
129,842
128,657
130,901
142,408
131,717
135,840
1,555,536

-6.7%

-0.2%

14.0%

-1.2%

EWR
76,905
74,280
85,631
78,775
74,316
78,649
74,749
77,776
81,534
81,412
83,211
90,227
957,465

JFK
141,434
133,668
158,655
147,549
140,531
143,173
147,162
143,036
146,619
153,961
143,788
144,611
1,744,187

LGA
1,017
1,075
1,265
1,334
1,451
1,372
1,179
1,408
1,427
1,376
1,545
1,556
16,005

-3.8%

-2.6%

13.5%

International

Domestic and
International MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

54

REGIONAL
2004-2005
6.4%
-0.8%
-0.2%
-4.4%
-8.0%
-3.1%
-7.6%
-7.3%
-5.8%
-14.2%
-6.8%
-7.6%
-5.1%

REGIONAL
2004-2005
5.2%
-3.2%
-0.5%
0.9%
-6.5%
-5.6%
-4.7%
-1.1%
-1.2%
2.9%
0.1%
-0.4%
-1.2%

REGIONAL CHANGE
REGION
2004-2005
219,356
5.7%
209,023
-2.2%
245,551
-0.4%
227,659
-1.5%
216,298
-7.1%
223,194
-4.5%
223,090
-6.0%
222,220
-3.8%
229,580
-3.2%
236,748
-4.7%
228,544
-2.9%
236,394
-3.6%
2,717,657
-2.9%
-2.9%

Revenue Freight
In Short Tons

3.3.1 REGION
US Customs Data: Annual Totals 1995-2005 by International Market
Imports
YEAR
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

Asia
304,449
316,435
350,209
348,511
422,569
475,694
367,859
466,645
445,035
497,369
499,237

Europe
339,385
338,606
372,257
405,082
437,886
456,109
391,803
371,513
365,555
364,663
334,217

South
America

Africa

28,563
24,273
23,819
33,430
35,232
38,470
32,305
32,880
33,257
33,023
33,075

8,521
7,748
10,407
11,321
14,007
16,217
13,266
19,730
19,820
20,061
13,412

Central Australia &
Oceania
America
19,447
18,841
19,546
18,600
18,751
16,740
14,302
13,419
12,783
13,617
13,054

1,586
1,748
2,272
2,892
3,330
3,214
3,418
4,413
3,334
3,801
2,479

North
America
1,130
2,079
3,075
4,453
4,899
6,191
5,399
4,488
4,772
4,673
4,358

Region
703,080
709,730
781,586
824,289
936,675
1,012,636
828,353
913,089
884,556
937,207
899,831

Exports
YEAR

Asia

Europe

South
America

Africa

1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

218,411
220,679
229,854
203,572
221,762
244,829
187,151
184,702
199,501
240,701
246,945

250,138
245,421
260,106
276,455
272,032
282,011
236,183
212,863
208,335
236,257
252,635

28,117
24,454
30,247
30,632
25,739
24,342
16,421
11,745
11,931
13,961
14,275

9,469
9,002
10,077
11,205
11,070
10,253
10,150
8,313
8,865
10,981
13,806

YEAR

Asia

Europe

South
America

Africa

1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

522,860
537,115
580,063
552,084
644,330
720,523
555,010
651,347
644,536
738,070
746181

589,523
584,027
632,363
681,536
709,918
738,120
627,986
584,376
573,890
600,920
586853

56,680
48,726
54,066
64,063
60,972
62,812
48,726
44,625
45,188
46,984
47351

17,990
16,750
20,483
22,526
25,077
26,470
23,416
28,044
28,685
31,042
27217

Central Australia &
Oceania
America

North
America

Region

12,233
10,294
12,488
12,209
13,290
13,359
10,467
10,055
10,996
12,890
13,397

4,450
5,375
5,491
2,696
3,918
3,574
2,497
5,223
4,538
638
629

528,277
520,846
554,594
543,253
556,721
588,466
471,666
440,541
451,565
523,344
550,378

Central Australia &
America
Oceania

North
America

Region

5,580
7,455
8,567
7,149
8,817
9,765
7,896
9,711
9,310
5,311
4986

1,231,357
1,230,576
1,336,179
1,367,542
1,493,395
1,601,101
1,300,019
1,353,630
1,336,121
1,460,552
1450209

5,459
5,620
6,331
6,483
8,910
10,098
8,797
7,631
7,399
7,917
8,691

Total

Source: Bureau of the Census; Foreign Trade Statistics

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24,906
24,461
25,878
25,083
27,661
26,838
23,100
21,050
20,181
21,534
21745

13,819
12,042
14,760
15,101
16,621
16,573
13,886
14,469
14,330
16,691
15876

Revenue Freight
In Short Tons

3.3.2 REGION
Top 10 U.S. Trading Districts by Air 2005
RANK

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

1
New York, NY
2
Chicago, IL
3
Miami, FL
4
Los Angeles, CA
5
Anchorage, AK
6
Savannah, GA
7
San Francisco, CA
8
New Orleans, LA
9
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
10
Cleveland, OH
All Others
Total

RANK

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

1
New York, NY
2
Chicago, IL
3
Los Angeles, CA
4
Miami, FL
5
Cleveland, OH
6
San Francisco, CA
7
Savannah, GA
8
New Orleans, LA
9
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
10
Houston/Galveston, TX
All Others
Total

RANK

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

1
New York, NY
2
Chicago, IL
3
Los Angeles, CA
4
Miami, FL
5
Savannah, GA
6
San Francisco, CA
7
Cleveland, OH
8
New Orleans, LA
9
Anchorage, AK
10
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
All Others
Total

TOTAL IMPORTS
SHORT TONS
$ IN 000'S
899,831
636,983
585,529
583,843
233,676
230,165
200,558
187,395
161,121
145,604
513,339
4,378,044

$

$
$

87,729,919
44,356,871
9,702,739
36,610,229
26,009,426
18,426,753
32,630,459
25,638,019
19,717,943
12,254,662
46,043,235
359,120,255

TOTAL EXPORTS
SHORT TONS
$ IN 000'S
550,378
429,806
357,612
297,877
180,282
163,553
148,727
120,271
115,911
88,944
577,973
3,031,334

$

$
$

62,722,529
29,151,666
36,618,311
17,896,321
19,962,355
26,315,701
11,570,234
13,386,029
16,097,346
5,750,468
53,499,434
292,970,394

TOTAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
SHORT TONS
$ IN 000'S
1,450,209
1,066,790
941,454
883,406
378,892
364,111
325,886
307,666
304,303
277,032
1,109,630
7,409,379

Source: Bureau of the Census; Foreign Trade Statistics

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$

$
$

150,452,447
73,508,537
73,228,540
27,599,060
29,996,987
58,946,159
32,217,017
39,024,049
34,733,618
35,815,289
96,568,946
652,090,649

% OF TOTAL
TONS
DOLLARS
20.6%
14.6%
13.4%
13.3%
5.3%
5.3%
4.6%
4.3%
3.7%
3.3%
11.7%
100.0%

24.4%
12.4%
2.7%
10.2%
7.2%
5.1%
9.1%
7.1%
5.5%
3.4%
12.8%
100.0%

% OF TOTAL
TONS
DOLLARS
18.2%
14.2%
11.8%
9.8%
6.0%
5.4%
4.9%
4.0%
3.8%
2.9%
19.0%
100.0%

21.4%
10.0%
12.5%
6.1%
6.8%
9.0%
4.0%
4.6%
5.5%
2.0%
18.3%
100.0%

% OF TOTAL
TONS
DOLLARS
19.6%
14.4%
12.7%
11.9%
5.1%
4.9%
4.4%
4.2%
4.1%
3.7%
15.0%
100.0%

23.1%
11.3%
11.3%
4.2%
4.6%
9.0%
4.9%
6.0%
5.3%
5.5%
14.8%
100.0%

Revenue Freight
In Short Tons

3.3.3 REGION
Top 10 Air Trade Commodities in the NY/NJ Region 2005
RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
All Others
Total

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
All Others
Total

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
All Others
Total

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

TOTAL IMPORTS
SHORT TONS

WOVEN APPAREL
MACHINERY
KNIT APPAREL
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
OPTIC,NT 8544;MED INSTR
FOOTWEAR
FISH AND SEAFOOD
PLASTIC
LEATHR ART;SADDLRY;BAGS
VEGETABLES

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

137,380
103,258
89,143
86,403
42,198
32,837
32,264
28,344
22,837
19,800
305,367
899,831

$
$

4,049,039
8,626,540
2,097,912
8,193,566
5,339,452
963,790
171,098
484,182
931,418
46,444
56,826,478
87,729,919

TOTAL EXPORTS
SHORT TONS
$ IN 000'S

MACHINERY
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
OPTIC,NT 8544;MED INSTR
PLASTIC
PAPER,PAPERBOARD
PERFUMERY,COSMETIC,ETC
FISH AND SEAFOOD
BOOK+NEWSPAPR;MANUSCRPT
TANNING,DYE,PAINT,PUTTY
MISC. CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

$

$ IN 000'S

93,625
55,722
44,385
30,920
22,663
20,872
19,820
19,465
17,205
16,416
209,285
550,378

$

$
$

11,883,277
10,079,819
7,921,588
736,584
103,189
516,252
165,269
531,295
172,739
537,067
30,075,450
62,722,529

TOTAL IMPORTS AND EXPORTS
SHORT TONS
$ IN 000'S

MACHINERY
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
WOVEN APPAREL
KNIT APPAREL
OPTIC,NT 8544;MED INSTR
PLASTIC
FISH AND SEAFOOD
BOOK+NEWSPAPR;MANUSCRPT
PERFUMERY,COSMETIC,ETC
FOOTWEAR

196,882
142,125
140,908
92,334
86,583
59,265
52,085
37,994
35,243
34,258
572,532
1,450,209

Source: Bureau of the Census; Foreign Trade Statistics

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$

$
$

20,509,817
18,273,385
4,132,703
2,162,970
13,261,041
1,220,766
336,367
777,979
1,007,645
1,005,158
87,764,616
150,452,447

% OF TOTAL
TONS DOLLARS
15.3%
11.5%
9.9%
9.6%
4.7%
3.7%
3.6%
3.2%
2.5%
2.2%
33.9%
100.0%

4.6%
9.8%
2.4%
9.3%
6.1%
1.1%
0.2%
0.6%
1.1%
0.1%
64.8%
100.0%

% OF TOTAL
TONS DOLLARS
17.0%
10.1%
8.1%
5.6%
4.1%
3.8%
3.6%
3.5%
3.1%
3.0%
38.0%
100.0%

19.0%
16.1%
12.6%
1.2%
0.2%
0.8%
0.3%
0.9%
0.3%
0.9%
47.9%
100.0%

% OF TOTAL
TONS DOLLARS
13.6%
9.8%
9.7%
6.4%
6.0%
4.1%
3.6%
2.6%
2.4%
2.4%
39.4%
100.0%

13.6%
12.1%
2.7%
1.4%
8.8%
0.8%
0.2%
0.5%
0.7%
0.7%
58.5%
100.0%

JFK 3.4.1 page 1

2005 Revenue Freight by Airline

Top 15 Carriers

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TOTAL FREIGHT
(SHORT TONS)

AIRLINE
AMERICAN
FEDERAL EXPRESS
LUFTHANSA CARGO
KOREAN
CHINA AIRLINES (CAL)
ASIANA
DELTA
KALITTA AIR LLC
AIR FRANCE
BRITISH AIRWAYS
EVA
JAPAN AIRLINES
DHL /ASTAR AIR CARGO, INC.
CATHAY PACIFIC
EVERGREEN
TOTAL AIRPORT

181,632
153,340
90,050
85,643
66,926
64,562
54,551
53,515
51,870
49,372
45,390
44,467
43,916
43,216
35,770
1,744,187

CUMULATIVE %
10.4%
19.2%
24.4%
29.3%
33.1%
36.8%
39.9%
43.0%
46.0%
48.8%
51.4%
54.0%
56.5%
59.0%
61.0%

2005 Revenue Freight by Airline

EWR 3.4.1

Top 15 Carriers
RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TOTAL FREIGHT
(SHORT TONS)

AIRLINE
FEDERAL EXPRESS
UNITED PARCEL
CONTINENTAL
AIRBORNE
BRITISH AIRWAYS
SAS
VIRGIN ATLANTIC
AIR TRANSPORT INT'L.(BAX Inc.
EVA
KITTY HAWK AIR CARGO
AIR PORTUGAL(TAP)
ALITALIA
DHL /ASTAR AIR CARGO, INC.
AIR FRANCE
ALLCANADA EXPRESS
TOTAL AIRPORT

Source: Industry, Forecasting, & Traffic Statistics, Port Authority of NY & NJ

58

510,585
152,247
138,666
25,362
17,144
15,465
14,163
13,464
7,829
7,177
5,082
4,775
4,601
4,587
3,744
957,465

CUMULATIVE %
53.3%
69.2%
83.7%
86.4%
88.1%
89.8%
91.2%
92.7%
93.5%
94.2%
94.7%
95.2%
95.7%
96.2%
96.6%

2005 Revenue Freight by Airline

LGA 3.4.1 page 2
Top 15 Carriers

RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TOTAL FREIGHT
(SHORT TONS)

AIRLINE
DELTA
US AIRWAYS
UNITED
CONTINENTAL
ATA AIRLINES
FRONTIER AIRLINES
MIDWEST AIRLINES, INC.
AIR CANADA
NORTHWEST
JETBLUE AIRWAYS
SPIRIT AIRLINES
AMERICAN
USAIR EXP-PIEDMONT
USAIR EXP-PSA
COMAIR, INC.
TOTAL AIRPORT

11,064
1,131
977
771
682
373
308
189
149
103
81
61
53
16
13
16,006

CUMULATIVE %
69.1%
76.2%
82.3%
87.1%
91.4%
93.7%
95.6%
96.8%
97.7%
98.4%
98.9%
99.3%
99.6%
99.7%
99.8%

2005 Revenue Freight by Airline

REGION 3.4.1

Top 15 Carriers
RANK
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

TOTAL FREIGHT
(SHORT TONS)

AIRLINE
FEDERAL EXPRESS
AMERICAN
UNITED PARCEL
CONTINENTAL
LUFTHANSA CARGO
KOREAN
DELTA
CHINA AIRLINES (CAL)
BRITISH AIRWAYS
ASIANA
AIR FRANCE
KALITTA AIR LLC
EVA
DHL /ASTAR AIR CARGO, INC.
JAPAN AIRLINES
TOTAL AIRPORT

Source: Industry, Forecasting, & Traffic Statistics, Port Authority of NY & NJ

59

663,925
183,490
177,485
139,437
90,050
85,643
67,372
66,926
66,516
64,562
56,457
55,416
53,218
48,517
44,467
2,717,658

CUMULATIVE %
24.4%
31.2%
37.7%
42.8%
46.2%
49.3%
51.8%
54.2%
56.7%
59.1%
61.2%
63.2%
65.1%
66.9%
68.6%

Revenue Mail
In Short Tons

3.5.1
Annual Totals 1992-2005

Domestic

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
65,010
68,510
71,466
74,366
67,747
78,756
113,015
115,162
116,675
66,386
31,258
71,533
81,434
66,470

JFK
62,749
66,014
69,578
72,626
86,398
85,277
101,479
106,419
99,194
88,015
44,004
45,325
39,387
31,060

LGA
58,280
60,390
60,748
69,478
66,728
64,144
49,428
55,335
56,493
42,476
22,350
17,740
14,269
8,997

REGION
186,039
194,914
201,792
216,470
220,873
228,177
263,922
276,917
272,363
196,877
97,612
134,599
135,090
106,527

International

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
6,014
5,906
6,015
10,452
12,871
7,460
7,119
5,957
6,339
6,481
7,888
13,058
9,130
23,579

JFK
43038
43929
42,951
44,900
50,348
48,860
43,143
46,819
41,714
38,920
42,295
39,432
49,351
48,819

LGA
1683
1,864
1,623
2,241
1,244
1,711
2,564
1,715
1,756
1,295
1,468
1,291
950
1,300

REGION
50,735
51,699
50,589
57,593
64,463
58,031
52,826
54,492
49,810
46,695
51,652
53,781
59,431
73,698

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
71,024
74,416
77,481
84,818
80,618
86,216
120,134
121,120
123,015
72,867
39,147
84,591
90,564
90,049

JFK
105,787
109,943
112,529
117,526
136,746
134,137
144,622
153,238
140,908
126,934
86,299
84,757
88,738
79,880

LGA
59,963
62,254
62,371
71,719
67,972
65,855
51,992
57,051
58,249
43,771
23,818
19,032
15,219
10,296

REGION
236,774
246,613
252,381
274,063
285,336
286,208
316,748
331,409
322,173
243,573
149,264
188,380
194,522
180,225

Domestic and
International

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Revenue Mail
In Short Tons

3.5.2
Monthly Totals 2005

Domestic

International

Domestic and
International

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

MONTH
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 2005
% Change
2004 to 2005

EWR
7,872
8,063
8,608
7,795
6,260
6,265
6,163
1,781
2,400
2,555
2,804
5,904
66,470

JFK
3,565
2,583
2,605
2,245
2,235
2,252
2,114
1,988
2,054
2,653
3,012
3,755
31,061

LGA
1,212
892
859
852
650
560
624
546
583
638
706
873
8,995

-18.4%

-21.1%

-37.0%

EWR
1,193
661
795
640
1,329
802
677
1,814
2,616
2,640
2,708
7,703
23,578

JFK
3,633
3,878
3,582
4,804
3,208
3,463
3,615
3,798
4,245
4,385
4,684
5,525
48,820

LGA
77
213
209
93
82
77
160
71
72
72
76
99
1,301

158.2%

-1.1%

36.8%

EWR
9,066
8,724
9,403
8,436
7,589
7,067
6,840
3,595
5,016
5,195
5,512
13,607
90,050

JFK
7,197
6,460
6,186
7,049
5,443
5,715
5,730
5,787
6,299
7,039
7,696
9,280
79,881

LGA
1,289
1,105
1,068
945
733
637
783
618
654
710
782
972
10,296

-0.6%

-10.0%

-32.4%

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REGIONAL CHANGE
REGION
2004 to 2005
12,650
17.0%
11,538
0.6%
12,072
20.7%
10,893
-3.7%
9,145
-22.5%
9,077
-16.7%
8,902
-12.6%
4,316
-55.8%
5,036
-46.2%
5,847
-47.7%
6,521
-45.0%
10,532
-36.0%
106,529
-21.1%
-21.1%
REGIONAL CHANGE
REGION
2004 to 2005
4,902
2.6%
4,752
-1.8%
4,585
-12.2%
5,537
4.1%
4,619
-5.8%
4,342
-6.6%
4,452
-8.3%
5,683
28.2%
6,932
51.1%
7,097
49.9%
7,468
57.2%
13,327
109.5%
73,696
24.0%
24.0%
REGIONAL CHANGE
REGION
2004 to 2005
17,552
12.6%
16,289
-0.1%
16,657
9.4%
16,429
-1.2%
13,764
-17.6%
13,418
-13.7%
13,354
-11.2%
10,000
-29.6%
11,969
-14.2%
12,944
-18.7%
13,989
-15.7%
23,858
4.6%
180,223
-7.4%
-7.4%

4.1.1

Airport Bus Passengers

Annual Totals 1992-2005
Number of
Passengers

1994 through
2001 Routes

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

JFK

EWR
532,297
587,337
694,422
628,233
696,528
738,577
794,141
758,674
663,591
484,571
308,998
314,272
387,828
374,322

JFK
955,924
884,008
896,765
910,435
885,308
771,037
539,198
620,274
575,493
499,986
482,691
532,165
571,048
570,468

1. JFK - Manhattan and return
2. JFK - Brooklyn and return
3. JFK - Jamaica - LGA

EWR

EWR - Manhattan and return

LGA

1. LGA - Manhattan and return
2. LGA - Brooklyn and return
3. LGA - Jamaica - JFK

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LGA
684,252
623,441
663,886
618,711
575,677
494,731
331,162
377,300
444,632
390,853
377,459
386,948
421,746
425,547

REGION
2,172,473
2,094,786
2,255,073
2,157,379
2,157,513
2,004,345
1,664,501
1,756,248
1,683,716
1,375,410
1,169,148
1,233,385
1,380,622
1,370,337

4.2.1

Paid Parked Cars

Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

EWR
4,532,242
4,835,730
5,308,487
4,573,597
5,011,818
5,567,921
5,816,318
5,935,846
5,921,144
5,396,562
4,844,475
4,398,127
4,397,346
4,306,993

JFK
4,415,233
4,478,188
4,710,434
5,037,500
4,550,674
4,664,820
4,710,692
4,736,602
4,726,660
4,493,573
4,724,885
4,958,635
5,196,064
4,762,364

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LGA*
2,488,875
2,227,483
2,214,460
2,239,985
2,271,157
2,394,168
2,651,302
2,790,760
2,942,561
2,619,336
2,542,071
2,314,150
2,305,507
2,259,659

REGION
11,436,350
11,541,401
12,233,381
11,851,082
11,833,649
12,626,909
13,178,312
13,463,208
13,590,365
12,509,471
12,111,431
11,670,912
11,898,917
11,329,016

Subway and
New Jersey Transit

4.3.1
Annual Totals 1992-2005

NEWARK LIBERTY

JFK

Ridership

YEAR
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

NEW JERSEY TRANSIT

SUBWAY AirTrain
Combined*

AIRTRAIN

EXPRESS #300

AIRLINK#302

TOTAL

1,078,882
1,141,746
1,150,770
1,152,414
1,209,258
1,737,245
1,564,148
1,332,108
1,102,702
1,193,121
-

127,152
1,008,821
1,178,822
1,368,067
1,445,035

624,041
681,982
818,586
683,601
782,100
630,938
576,089
543,674
521,679
419,286
306,300
300,784
293,250
272,357

322,756
306,044
311,133
217,330
247,623
272,799
275,954
296,328
288,081
251,644
-

2,025,679
2,129,772
2,280,489
2,053,345
2,238,981
2,640,982
2,416,191
2,172,110
809,760
798,082
2,417,823
2,672,727
1,661,317
1,717,392

1989 -4/15/90
JFK Express data include air passengers, airport employees, Aqueduct Race Track patrons, and commuters to Manhattan; thus,
approximately 50% of total ridership shown in the table represents airport-related trips (air passengers and employees).

1990 - 1992
JFK Express ceased operation on April 15, 1990.
Total JFK Express riders from 1/1/90 to 4/15/90 = 228,771.
From 4/16/90 to 12/31/90: Includes A and C train riders who used the free Long Term Parking Lot Bus = 682,535.
New Jersey Transit Routes: Airlink #302: EWR - Newark and return. Discontinue 12/4/01.
From1/1/91 to 12/31/91: Includes A and C train riders who used the free Long Term Parking Lot Bus.
From 1/1/92 to 10/31/92: Includes A and C train riders who used the free Long Term Parking Lot Bus = 930,441.
From 11/1/92 to 12/31/92: Includes A train riders only who used the free Long Term Parking Lot Bus = 173,576.
C train service to JFK was terminated in October, 1992.
1997
Express Bus #300: EWR - Manhattan and return. Handled by Olympia Trails as of 4/5/97.
2000-2003
Subway numbers was not reported for 2000 to 2001.
2002 Passenger count for riders who utilize Howard Beach Subway Station Only.
2003 JFK AirTrain began operation on December 17, 2003. Hereafter, AirTrain and JFK Subway numbers will be combined into a
continuous time series.
AirTrain: Started operation Oct. 21, 2002. EWR - Penn Station and return. Includes Amtrak riders.

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4.4.1

Airport Employemt

Annual Totals 1992-2005

YEAR
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002**
2003
2004**
2005*

EWR
15,627
15,677
17,032
17,821
18,572
*18,572
*18,572
*18,572
*18,572
24,270
*24,270
n/a
20,000
n/a
18,352
n/a

JFK
46,057
40,284
35,862
35,154
37,365
*37,365
*37,365
*37,365
*37,365
37,396
*37,396
n/a
29,500
n/a
29,519
n/a

LGA*
10,472
9,249
9,598
10,272
9,180
*9,180
*9,180
*9,180
*9,180
10,034
*10,034
n/a
9,400
n/a
7,874
n/a

REGION
72,156
65,210
62,492
63,247
65,117
65,117
65,117
65,117
65,117
71,700
71,700
n/a
58,900
n/a
55,745
n/a

Note*:

Airport not surveyed for this year.

Note**:

2002 and after, the numbers shown are derived from a different method than for the earliler
periods. The earlier period figures were based on surveys of employers at the airports. The
current method counts any employee having a security badge, as required by the
Transportation Security Administration. In the 9/11 aftermath, the great majority of airport
employees have security badges, in fact a small portion have more than 1 job at the airport
and may have been counted twice. That is not a problem, as a job is a job and the old
survey based method would have counted them twice as well.

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4.6.1

Economic Impact of the Aviation Industry*

New York/New Jersey Region

IMPACT
EWR
2004

JFK

LGA

REGION

278,890
14,500
192,280
485,670

Jobs
Operations $
Investment $
Tourism $
Total

93,510
4,850
59,010
157,370

140,980
8,970
78,530
228,480

44,400
680
54,740
99,820

Wages
Operations $
Investment $
Tourism $
Total

4,410
240
2,032
6,682

6,670
451
2,691
9,812

2,034
33
1,892
3,959

$13,114
$724
$6,615
$20,453

Sales
Operations $
Investment $
Tourism $
Total

12,353
803
5,391
18,547

19,019
1435
7,157
27,611

5,724
114
5,019
10,857

$37,096
$2,352
$17,567
$57,015

Cargo (Included in operations above)
Jobs
29,530
Wages$
2,581
Sales$
5,118

All Monetary Values are in millions of 2004 dollars
*NOTE: Economic Impact data is updated about every four years

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46,120
2,492
7,404

950
57
127

76,600
5,130
12,649

Credits
George E. Pataki, Governor, State of New York
Jon S. Corzine, Governor, State of New Jersey

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Anthony R. Coscia, Chairman, Board of Commissioners
Kenneth J. Ringler Jr., Executive Director
William R. DeCota, Director, Aviation Department
Production Staff
Ingrid Hamilton-Williams, Editor
Jojo Quayson, Supervisor, Forecasting & Traffic Statistics
Jon Clark, Senior Manager, Airport Services Programs
Charlene Whitney, Production Supervisor
Douglas Wilson, Editor, Programmer & Technical Advisor
John Cuneo, Technical Assistant

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