2015 ACI Airport Key Performance Indicators
Airports are complex businesses that operate in unique and evolving physical, financial and regulatory environments. ACI’s Airport Key Performance Indicators provide invaluable insight into areas ranging from financial and employee performance to fixed-asset productivity and airport operations. The use of internationally comparable indicators provides quantifiable barometers of industry activity, and these indicators are presented as industry averages based on various groupings:
- airport size (e.g., <1 million passengers to >40 million
- economic grouping (e.g., advanced economies, emerging and
developing economies, BRICS, etc.);
- geographical region;
- regulatory model; and
- ownership (e.g., public, private, public-private partnership).
This complete package of indicators—which includes over 40 detailed statistical tables—is designed to provide quantifiable barometers of industry activity for airport managers, analysts, investors and other aviation stakeholders. The derived indicators are based on an annual survey that generated responses from 818 airports for the 2014 financial year. Together, these airports handled 4.8 billion passengers or about 71% of worldwide passenger traffic in 2014.