The USA’s, Post-Pandemic, Fastest Growing Airports

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November 10. Fifty US airports have grown this winter, with Miami, Dallas, Austin, Sarasota, and Orange County up the most. Miami – obviously an already large airport – has seen one-fifth more capacity added, a considerable amount. It is now the USA’s sixth busiest airport.

The 50 airports have grown by an average of 11%, far stronger than usual. As you’d expect, smaller airports have done especially well by this measurement.

Airports above the median percentage growth (11%) and that have added more seats than the median (94,485) stand out. They have done well by both measurements. There are 16 such airports. Miami and Austin have done well from already good-sized bases: they’ve each added nearly 20% more seats.

  • Miami
  • Austin
  • Sarasota
  • Myrtle Beach
  • Colorado Springs
  • Bozeman
  • Key West
  • Jackson (Mississippi)
  • Destin Ft Walton Beach
  • Palm Springs
  • Steamboat Springs
  • Savannah
  • Montrose
  • Pensacola
  • Jackson (Wyoming)
  • Panama City

This winter, the South Florida airport is expected to be served by 46 passenger airlines, down from 51 in winter 2019. Nonetheless, 13 existing airlines have all added capacity, showing how buoyant the market is. Miami benefits from solid leisure and visiting friends and relatives demand, the two market segments that have done well during the pandemic. And it is a renowned winter market.

Source: Simple Flying

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