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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Sydney-Auckland remains #1 City Pair





The top 12 city pairs represent over 92% of all weekly seats provided between Australia and New Zealand, which has slightly increased from the 91% recorded for the same week last year. The 2,165 Kilometre sector between Sydney and Auckland has managed to maintain its top position in 2015, with weekly seat capacity between the two destinations having increased by 2%. A total of seven Airlines are serving this city pAir this January, the same number recorded in the corresponding week last year. Air New Zealand is the dominant operator serving the route, accounting for over 34% of weekly seats, followed by Qantas (25%) and Emirates (15%). Interestingly, LAN Airlines is also serving this city pAir as part of its daily Flights from Santiago to Sydney.

Overall, the 2015 ranking is relatively stable with no new entrants in the top dozen since last January, although there have been movers in that time. Notably, the 2,232-kilometre sector from Sydney to Wellington provided 7.1% less weekly capacity this January and dropped one position.


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