Vancouver Airport in Canada continues to push itself on the upward post-pandemic trend as movement statistics improve week-on-week.
Using data from RadarBox.com, we will establish their growth over the last few weeks and what that could mean for the rest of the Summer.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Vancouver Airport Is On The Up: Still, Work to Do…
For June 13-20, Vancouver Airport handled 830 movements, which is an increase of 10.08% compared to the same period last year.
In comparison to 2019’s figures, this means that the airport is chasing around 35 movements to match pre-COVID levels, showing how close they are to achieving this.
Below is the last four weeks’ worth of data surrounding the airport:
|Date||2019 Numbers||2022 Numbers||2023 Numbers||Percentage Difference (2023 vs. 2022)|
|May 16-23||771 movements||652 movements||761 movements||+16.72%|
|May 23-30||789 movements||684 movements||772 movements||+12.87%|
|May 30-June 6||847 movements||685 movements||789 movements||+15.18%|
|June 6-13||851 movements||716 movements||819 movements||+14.39%|
What you can see from the data is that you can tell when Vancouver Airport began the peak period of the Summer season, with the percentage increases quite substantial at this point.
Looking ahead, it will be interesting to see what the data will look like for the airport in the months of July and August, which is the Summer holiday period for many across the world.
Within that period, the airport could very well achieve pre-pandemic levels and even exceed it. All eyes are on them.