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  • Journals and periodicals: 51-502-X
    Geography: Census metropolitan area
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    Aviation passenger traffic in Calgary and Edmonton were roughly equal in 1963 but the Calgary market has grown much larger than that of Edmonton. Reasons for growth in these two aviation markets often returned to the debate over a divided aviation market as the result of two airports (Edmonton) versus one at their major competitor (Calgary). It was often suggested that if flights could be consolidated into one airport, «market share» would cease to be lost to the competing airport.

    Major socio-economic variables used in airport passenger forecasting are examined to see if they help to explain the different growth patterns. Population does not appear to explain the differences. Income may be one explanatory factor, with the larger concentration of higher incomes in Calgary. The immigrant population of Calgary has grown faster in the last decade and net migration to Calgary from elsewhere in Canada has been higher--both could stimulate travel. With respect to economic activity stimulating aviation, Calgary has recently led Edmonton in the value of building permits, full-time employment and head office employment. While the socio-economic variables have favoured Calgary, especially in recent years, the decline of Edmonton's passenger aviation traffic, relative to Calgary, has slowed. This has occurred after the moving of most commercial aviation passenger flights from Edmonton City Centre airport to Edmonton International airport. This may support the position that Edmonton was losing aviation passenger traffic to Calgary before the consolidation of commercial aviation flights at Edmonton international airport.

    Release date: 2004-05-12
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  • Surveys and statistical programs – Documentation: 2701
    Description: The purpose of this business survey is to provide estimates of passengers enplaned and deplaned and cargo loaded and unloaded at Canadian airports.

  • Surveys and statistical programs – Documentation: 2702
    Description: The Air Passenger Origin and Destination, Domestic Journeys survey provides estimates of the number of passengers traveling on scheduled domestic commercial flights by directional origin and destination.

  • Surveys and statistical programs – Documentation: 2703
    Description: The Air Passenger Origin and Destination - Canada/United States survey provides estimates of the number of passengers traveling on scheduled commercial flights between Canada and the United States by directional origin and destination.

  • Surveys and statistical programs – Documentation: 2704
    Description: The survey covers the scheduled services operated within, into or out of Canada by medium-size and smaller-size Canadian and non-Canadian air carriers. Data on the origin and destination of passengers from the reporting carrier's system are collected.

  • Surveys and statistical programs – Documentation: 2705
    Description: The survey collects origin and destination data for passenger and cargo charter operations of commercial air carriers offering charter services.
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