OAG Aviation has released the latest data on the busiest international flight routes over the last 12 months up to February 2019. The top six routes have remained the same with KUL-SIN (Kuala Lumpur – Singapore route) retaining its top position as the busiest international route in the world. It has had over 30,000 flights over 12 months, operated by 8 carriers with an average of 82 flights per day.

The list is dominated by Asian destinations with the top place outside of that region in the Top 10 being the New York (LaGuardia) – Toronto route in 7th place, up from 8th place last year.

The OAG Aviation report can be accessed for free – click here – and includes information on each route in the top 20 plus other additional insight on the routes (example above) and also information such as the Top 20 Domestic routes (below).

The Top International Routes per region are as follows.

ASIA PACIFIC

NORTH AMERICA

EUROPE

LATIN AMERICA

MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

For the full presentation including insight, commentary and more data, check out the OAG Report.

Finally, for reference here is a link to the World’s Busiest Flight Routes data released by OAG for 2018 – click here for link.

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