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17:40  21 october  2021
17:40  21 october  2021 Source:   travelbook.de

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of the World Air Transport Association IATA (International Air Transport Association), umbrella organizations for 290 airlines in 120 countries, once again published new statistics on air traffic this year. Including the ranking of the largest airlines in the world, measured on the passenger volume. Travelbook shows the top ten.

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2020 was a particularly difficult year for the aviation industry due to the Corona Pandemic. This also demonstrates the annually published figures of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to the passenger volume of international airlines. According to the report, the passenger numbers in all airlines broke massively. For example, in 2019, a total of 136.7 million passengers with the Irish billigairline Ryanair, it was just under 51 million passengers in 2020 - almost 90 million less. Nonetheless, Ryanair restored at the ranking of the largest airlines in the world again in 1.

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generally, in 2020, in the international aircraft, European airlines were far behind. 2 Ranking in the ranking, the British low-cost airline EasyJet occupies 23.8 million passengers (previous year: 80.2 million), followed by the Hungarian low-cost airline Wizz Air with 16.5 million travelers (previous year: 30.5 million). Deutsche Lufthansa lands in the ranking of the world's largest airlines this year in 6th place (2019: 4th place). Nearly 13 million passengers flew 2020 with Lufthansa, 2019 there were still 51.5 million.

The Top 10 World's largest airlines, measured at the passenger volume on international flights, are:

Ryanair, 51 million passengers EasyJet, 23.8 million passengers Wizz Air, 16.5 million passengers Emirates, 15.8 million passengers Turkish Airlines, 13.8 million passengers Lufthansa, 13 million passengers Air France, 11.8 million passengers KLM, 11.2 million passengers Qatar Airways, 10.6 million passengers British Airways, 10.4 million passengers American airlines winner in the overall standings

In addition to the international aircraft, the IATA ranking also takes into account national routes. Here, especially US and Chinese airlines with their dense domestic stretching sets the race, which also reflects in the overall standings. Once again, the US Cheap Airline Society Southwest Airlines landed with 67.8 million passengers (2019: 163.6 million, followed by China Southern Airlines with 67.5 million passengers (2019: 104 million ) and American Airlines with 65 , 7 million travelers (2019: 148.2 million ).

The world's 10 largest airlines in the world, measured at national and international flights, are:

Southwest Airline (USA), 67.8 million passengers China Southern Airlines ( China), 67.5 million American Airlines (US) passengers, 65.7 million passengers China Eastern Airlines (China), 61 million passengers Delta Air Lines (USA), 55 million passengers Ryanair (Ireland), 51 million passengers Air China ( China), 42.5 million passengers United Airlines (USA), 37.8 million passengers Indigo Airlines (India), 35.7 million passengers Latam (Brazil), 27.8 million

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