very interesting, but there is something I don´t understand. Where do all these connections come from ?
Los Angeles 29.809.648
- Mexico City 12.331.176
apart from Devau, wich is even worse (1. Los Angeles 44.683.521 … 20. Singapore Changi 21.241.148)
all other Servers are far away from these numbers
Fornebu 1. Amsterdam 5.345.050
Croydon 1. Singapore Changi 11,722,308
Tempelhof 1. Los Angeles 11.455.309
Stapleton 1. Los Angeles 4.639.348
Kaitak 1. Los Angeles 8.757.175
Idlewild 1. Amsterdam 9.872.999
So, exept Devau, wich I understand even less then Nicosia, none of the other number 1 airports would even make into the top 20 on Nicosia or Devau.
So whats so different about Nicosia and Devau.
The size of the Nicosia US-carriers can not really be the problem, comparing them to the ones we have on Croydon there is no real difference.
Overall seat passanger capacity/week of top20 us-airlines (roughly)
Croydon: 33 Milion Seats
Nicosia: 34 Million Seats
Now, comparing Los Angeles on Nicosia and Croydon I get even more confused.
Number of weekly flights (roughly)
Transport figures (last week)
Croydon: 1.621.346 Seats
Nicosia: 1.292.810 Seats
So, again, where do all those connections come from ?
Theres only two things I can think of, that could explane it:
Interlining, maybe those Nicosia-US-airlines interline more then the ones on Croydon.
There is something different in the way those possible connections are calculated on Nicosia and Devau compared to all other servers.
Maybe someone has an idea, I am really very curious about this.
all the best