Most-served airline routes by seat capacity - worldwide 2014

This statistic illustrates the leading airline routes in the world, based on the number of seats offered as of the week of October 19, 2015. The route between Brazil's two largest cities, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, was ranked third with a capacity of more than 272,000 weekly seats in that period.

The world's largest airline routes in the week of October 19, 2015, based on seat capacity

Number of weekly seats
Seoul-Jeju
(Korea)
293,068
Tokyo-Sapporo
(Japan)
285,659
Rio-Sao Paulo
(Brazil)
272,306
Tokyo-Fukuoka
(Japan)
241,336
Osaka-Tokyo
(Japan)
232,393
Sydney-Melbourne
(Australia)
212,191
Shanghai-Beijing
(China)
187,482
Okinawa-Tokyo
(Japan)
164,878
Taipei-Hong Kong
(Hong Kong)
159,049
Johannesburg-Cape Town
(South Africa)
152,698
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Sources

Release date

December 2015

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

October 2015

Special properties

Week of October 19, 2015

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