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News » The World’s Busiest Air Routes

Asia dominated in the list of the world’s busiest air routes in 2017, cementing the region’s status as the world’s fastest-growing travel market.

Figures from flight data website OAG.com found that the world’s busiest air route was not New York to Los Angeles or London to Paris, but between the South Korean holiday island of Jeju and the country’s capital of Seoul.  Airlines flew the route 64,991 times during the year.

Australia is home to two of the world’s busiest routes, with Melbourne to Sydney recording 54,519 flights and Brisbane to Sydney 33,765 flights in 2017.

While all of the top 10 busiest routes were domestic, Hong Kong to Taipei topped the international list with 29,494 flights in 2017, followed by Kuala Lumpur to Singapore with 29,383 flights and Jakarta to Singapore with 26,872.

InTheBlack March 2018, pp11

 

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