Tuesday, 29 May 2012

world's largest airlines logo.


There are several methods to measure the size of an airline, so several different lists of the world's largest airlines are available.


By scheduled passengers

Scheduled passengers carried

Delta Air Lines Boeing 747
Rank
Airline
2009
2008
2007
2006
2005
1
161,049,000
106,070,000
72,900,000
73,584,000
86,007,000

2
101,339,000
101,921,000
101,911,000
96,277,000
88,380,000

3
85,719,000
92,772,000
98,162,000
99,835,000
98,038,000

4
81,421,000
86,412,000
68,400,000
69,265,000
66,717,000

5
76,543,000
70,543,000
66,100,000
53,400,000
51,300,000

6
71,394,000
73,844,000
74,795,000
73,484,000
70,015,000

7
66,280,000
57,961,000
56,900,000
48,512,000
43,228,000
8
65,300,000
57,647,000
49,030,000
40,532,000

9
62,809,000
66,692,000
53,700,000
55,925,000
57,547,000

10
51,016,000
54,776,000

Notes
  • Based on International Air Transport Association and individual companies' published figures
  • 1 United will become the world's largest carrier when operations with Continental Airlines are complete
  • 2 numbers include Swiss International Air Lines since 2007, Austrian Airlines and bmi since 2009
  • 3 numbers according to fiscal year, which ends in March
  • 4 includes Northwest Airlines since 2009, regional affiliates since 2008


Scheduled international passengers carried

Ryanair Boeing 737-800 shortly after takeoff
Rank
Airline
2009
(thousands)
2008
(thousands)
2007
(thousands)
1
66,500
57,647
49,030
Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010
2
55,589
42,151
41,322
Includes Lufthansa Regional and Lufthansa Italia
3
45,164
35,417
30,173
Fiscal
4
31,256
32,508
31,549
Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010
5
27,844
29,054
28,302
6
27,454
22,444
20,448
Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010
7
24,558
18,860
17,447
8
Netherlands KLM
22,333
23,808
23,165
9
19,514
21,154
21,479
10
16,480
19,142
18,957
Fiscal year ended March 31, 2010

Next time for Go Daddy.com: Easy to you just www.ez2.me

No comments: