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Growing Denver’s international flight network

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Denver International Airport Overview

Domestic Air Service Trends

International Air Service TrendsBuilding the Business Case for New International Service

Presentation Outline

Slide3

Denver International Airport (DEN) is an agency of the City & County of Denver

3

Slide4

4

DEN continues to set all-time highs in passenger traffic and is on pace for another record-setting year in 2018

Source: Denver International Airport

Slide5

DEN ranks as the

5

th

-busiest airport in United States, and the 20

th

-busiest airport in the world

Rank AirportPassenger Traffic% Change1Atlanta (ATL)103,902,992

-0.3%

2

Beijing (PEK)

95,786,442

1.5%

3

Dubai (DXB)88,242,0995.5%4 Tokyo (HND)85,408,9756.5%5Los Angeles (LAX)84,557,9684.5%6Chicago (ORD)79,828,1832.4%7 London (LHR)78,014,5983.0%8Hong Kong (HKG)72,664,0753.4%9Shanghai (PVG)70,001,2376.1%10Paris (CDG)69,471,4425.4%11Amsterdam (AMS)68,515,4257.7%12Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)67,092,3512.3%13Guangzhou (CAN)65,887,47310.3%14Frankfurt (FRA)64,500,3866.1%15Istanbul (IST)64,119,3746.1%16Delhi (DEL)63,451,50314.1%17Jakarta (CGK)63,015,6208.3%18Singapore (SIN)62,220,0006.0%19Seoul (ICN)62,157,8347.5%20DENVER (DEN)61,379,3965.3%

Rank AirportPassenger Traffic% Change1Atlanta (ATL)103,902,992-0.3%2Los Angeles (LAX)84,554,5344.5%3Chicago (ORD)79,828,1832.4%4Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW)67,092,3512.3%5DENVER (DEN)61,379,3965.3%6New York (JFK)59,392,5000.5%7San Francisco (SFO)55,822,1295.1%8Las Vegas (LAS)48,565,1172.2%9Seattle (SEA)46,934,1942.6%10Charlotte (CLT)45,909,8993.3%11Orlando (MCO)44,611,2656.4%12Miami (MIA)44,071,313-1.2%13Phoenix (PHX)43,921,6701.2%14Newark (EWR)43,234,1616.6%15 Houston (IAH)40,696,189-2.2%16Boston (BOS)38,454,5395.8%17Minneapolis (MSP)38,034,3411.4%18Detroit (DTW)34,701,4970.9%19Fort Lauderdale (FLL)32,511,05311.3%20Philadelphia (PHL)29,585,754-1.9%

U.S. Rankings, CY 2017

World Rankings, CY 2017

Source: ACI 2017 Rankings

5

Slide6

Source:

Innovata

Schedules

via Diio MiNote: Cayman Airways starts service in March 2019Airlines Serving Denver International Airport2018—2019

DEN is served by 24 airlines, including 11 foreign-flag carriers

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Slide7

Denver’s gate expansion project will include 39 new gates on Concourses A, B and C

Source: Denver International Airport,

subject

to change

7

Denver International Airport (DEN) Concourses

Slide8

8

Slide9

United ranks as Denver’s largest carrier, followed by Southwest and Frontier

Denver International Airport (DEN) Seat Market Share

CY 2018

Source for data:

Innovata

Schedules via Diio Mi

Note: Other airlines include Alaska, Allegiant, Boutique, Denver Air Connection, JetBlue, Great Lakes and Sun Country; Non-U.S.-Flag Carriers include

Aeromexico

, Air Canada, British Airways, COPA, Edelweiss, Icelandair, Lufthansa, Norwegian,

Volaris

and WestJet; data includes all regional/express carriers

9

Slide10

DEN’s nonstop network includes service

to more than 205 destinations worldwide

Denver International Airport Nonstop Service Network

YE June 2019

Source:

Innovata

Schedules

via Diio Mi

Note: Some markets are seasonal and some markets are served less than daily

10

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11

Denver’s key competitive advantage continues to be its strong domestic demand profile and robust network

Source:

Innovata

Schedules

via Diio Mi (YE June 2019); U.S. DOT O&D Survey (YE 2Q 2018)

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12

Denver’s domestic O&D passenger market is the

2

nd

-largest in the U.S.

Top 20 U.S. Airports Ranked by Domestic Origin & Destination (O&D) Passengers

YE June 2018

Source: U.S. DOT, O&D Survey via Diio Mi

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13

Source:

Innovata

Schedules via Diio Mi

Note:

Some

markets served seasonally; some markets served less than daily

Denver’s domestic network has expanded significantly over the past year, with more than 20 new markets added by a variety of carriers

Denver International Airport

New Domestic

Nonstop Additions

2018 – 2019

Slide14

Total Domestic Destination Count for Top 20 U.S. Airports by Destinations

YE June 2019

Source:

Innovata

Schedules

via Diio Mi14

Denver

boasts

the 2

nd

largest domestic network in the U.S., just behind Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW)

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15

DEN has competitive nonstop service to 49 of its top 50 domestic markets, and three or more carriers in 48 of its top 50 markets

Source: U.S. DOT, O&D Survey via Diio Mi

Note: Los Angeles

includes

5

airports

; San Francisco

includes

3

airports

; Chicago

includes

2 airports; ; New York City includes 3 airports; Dallas includes 2 airports; Washington, D.C. includes 3 airports; Houston includes 2 airports; Orlando includes 2 airportsTop 50 DEN Domestic Markets by O&D Passengers Daily Each Way (PDEW) with Nonstop CarriersYE June 2018O&D RankMarketPDEWsNonstop CarriersO&D RankMarketPDEWsNonstop Carriers1Los Angeles, CA (LAX*)3,722AA DL F9 UA WN26Indianapolis, IN (IND)

496F9 UA WN2San Francisco, CA (SFO*)2,516 F9 UA WN27Milwaukee, WI (MKE)495F9 UA WN3Chicago, IL (CHI*)2,303AA F9 NK UA WN28New Orleans, LA (MSY)483F9 UA WN 4New York, NY (NYC*)2,255B6 DL F9 UA WN 29Miami, FL (MIA)457AA F9 UA5Phoenix, AZ (PHX)

2,014

AA F9 UA WN

30San Antonio, TX (SAT)454F9 UA WN

6

Dallas, TX (DAL*)

1,982

AA F9 NK UA WN

31

Charlotte, NC (CLT)

442

AA F9 UA

7

Washington, D.C. (WAS*)

1,907

F9 NK UA WN

32

Sacramento, CA (SMF)

416

F9 UA WN

8

Las Vegas, NV (LAS)

1,831

F9 NK UA WN

33

Raleigh, NC (RDU)

407

F9 UA WN

9

Houston, TX (HOU*)

1,482

F9 NK UA WN

34

Cincinnati, OH (CVG)

388

DL F9 G4 UA WN

10

Minneapolis, MN (MSP)

1,404

DL F9 NK SY UA WN

35

Omaha, NE (OMA)

387

F9 UA WN

11

Seattle, WA (SEA)

1,362

AS DL F9 UA WN

36

Cleveland, OH (CLE)

381

F9 UA WN

12

Atlanta, GA (ATL)

1,238

DL F9 UA WN

37

Oklahoma City, OK (OKC)

342

F9 UA WN

13

San Diego, CA (SAN)

1,125

F9 UA WN

38

Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)

340

F9 UA WN

14

Orlando, FL (ORL*)

1,068

F9 UA WN

39

Albuquerque, NM (ABQ)

320

F9 UA WN

15

Boston, MA (BOS)

963

B6 UA WN

40

Columbus, OH (CMH)

314

F9 UA WN

16

Salt Lake City, UT (SLC)

924

DL F9 UA WN

41

Reno, NV (RNO)

232

F9 UA WN

17

Austin, TX (AUS)

876

F9 UA WN

42

Tulsa, OK (TUL)

230

F9 UA WN

18

Philadelphia, PA (PHL)

836

AA F9 UA WN

43

Boise, ID (BOI)

214

F9 UA WN

19

Portland, OR (PDX)

816

F9 UA WN

44

Tucson, AZ (TUS)

213

F9 UA WN

20

Detroit, MI (DTW)

806

DL F9 NK UA WN

45

Fort Myers, FL (RSW)

206

F9 UA WN

21

Kansas City, MO (MCI)

740

F9 UA WN

46

Honolulu/Oahu, HI (HNL)

197

UA

22

St. Louis, MO (STL)

723

F9 UA WN

47

Hartford, CT (BDL)

196

UA WN

23

Tampa, FL (TPA)

670

F9 UA WN

48

Spokane, WA (GEG)

191

F9 UA WN

24

Nashville, TN (BNA)

606

F9 UA WN

49

Jacksonville, FL (JAX)

190

F9 UA WN

25

Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL)

600

NK UA WN

50

Memphis, TN (MEM)

184

F9 UA WN

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Source:

US DOT, O&D Survey and

Innovata

Schedules via Diio Mi

Denver’s largest unserved domestic markets are relatively smaller cities in the eastern and southern U.S.

DEN’s Top 20 Domestic Unserved O&D MarketsYE June 2018

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DEN’s international nonstop network includes flights to 26 markets in 12 countries

Denver International Airport International Nonstop Network

YE March 2019

Source:

Innovata

Schedules

via Diio Mi

Note: Some markets are seasonal and some markets are served less than daily

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Denver enjoys service to nine of its top 10 international destinations

Source:

IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note: Markets in yellow on right are unserved; markets include all airports in city

DEN International O&D Passengers by Country and Market

YE July 2018

O&D Rank

Country

Passengers Daily Each Way

% of Total Int’l O&D

O&D Rank

Market

Passengers Daily Each WayCarrier(s)1Mexico1,106 24%1Cancun, Mexico445F9 UA WN2Canada

553 12%2London, U.K.284BA DI UA3United Kingdom339 8%3San Jose del Cabo, Mexico166F9 UA WN4Germany168 4%4Puerto Vallarta, Mexico153F9 UA WN5France160

4%

5

Mexico City, Mexico140AM Y46

Italy

118

3%

6

Paris, France

140

DY

7

Spain

100

2%

7

Toronto, Canada

136

AC UA

8

Japan

85

2%

8

Vancouver, Canada

126

AC UA

9

Costa Rica

84

2%

9

Calgary, Canada

106

F9 UA WS

10

India

83

2%

10

Amsterdam, Netherlands

73

-

11

China

79

2%

11

Frankfurt, Germany

73

LH

12

Netherlands

73

2%

12

San Juan, Puerto Rico

68

-

13

Puerto Rico

69

2%

13

Guadalajara, Mexico

64

Y4

14

Dominican Republic

65

1%

14

Montreal, Canada

56

AC

15

Australia

64

1%

15

Rome, Italy

53

-

16

Ireland

62

1%

16

Dublin, Ireland

52

-

17

Switzerland

55

1%

17

Tokyo, Japan

51

UA

18

Jamaica

53

1%

18

Reykjavik, Iceland

50

FI

19

Iceland

50

1%

19

Munich, Germany

50

LH

20

Denmark

42

1%

20

Montego Bay, Jamaica

49

-

21

Peru

39

1%

21

San Jose, Costa Rica

48

UA

22

Brazil

38

1%

22

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

47

-

23

Israel

36

1%

23

Barcelona, Spain

45

-

24

Belize

35

1%

24

Madrid, Spain

42

-

25

Colombia

33

1%

25

Zurich, Switzerland

37

WK

Total All Countries

4,502

100%

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Denver ranks as the 17

th

-largest international O&D market in the U.S.

Source:

IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note: U.S. territories not included

Top 25 U.S. Airports Ranked by International O&D Passengers

YE August 2018

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Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note: Caribbean includes U.S. territories

DEN Top International O&D Passenger Market Share by Region

YE August 2018

Europe ranks as Denver’s largest market in terms of passenger traffic demand, followed by Mexico and Canada

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Recent new air service includes

increased transatlantic service, and flights to

Panama and the Caribbean

Select New International Service at DEN

2017 – 2019

21

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These new flights have resulted in significant stimulation to relatively mature markets

Source: IATA BSP via

Diio

Mi

Note:

Copa data for Dec. 2017 – Aug. 2018 vs. Dec. 2016 – Aug. 2017; Norwegian/LGW data for Sept. 2017 – Aug. 2018 vs. Sept. 2016 – Aug. 2017; United/LHR data for March 2018 – Aug. 2018 vs. March 2017 – Aug. 2017; WestJet and Frontier Calgary data for March 2018 – Aug. 2018 vs. March 2017 – Aug. 2017; Norwegian Paris data for April 2018 – Aug. 2018 vs. April 2017 – Aug. 2017; Edelweiss Zurich data for June 2018—Aug. 2018 vs. June 2017—Aug. 2017; London includes 6 airports; Frontier also added service to Calgary on May 31, 2018

Local Market Stimulation for Select New DEN International Routes

YE August 2018

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The local Denver-Tokyo/Narita market continues to grow, five years after the inauguration of nonstop service

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Denver – Tokyo (NRT) O&D Passengers and Average Fare

YE January 2011 – YE August 2018

Today the Denver – Tokyo market has increased

77

% since United started nonstop service

Slide24

Onboard Passenger Profile, Denver-Tokyo/Narita on United Airlines

YE August 2018

24

Who is onboard the Denver – Tokyo flight?

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

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25

Who is onboard the Denver – Panama City flight?

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Onboard Passenger Profile, Denver-Panama City on Copa

December 2017—August 2018

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26

Who is onboard the Denver – Frankfurt flight?

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Onboard Passenger Profile, Denver-Frankfurt on Lufthansa

YE August 2018

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Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Onboard Passenger Profiles for Select DEN International Nonstop Flights

YE July 2018

The passenger profile onboard Denver’s long-haul flights varies by carrier, but in most cases

hubbing

is a key to success

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Denver-Canada passenger traffic has increased over 20 percent since last year

Source: IATA BSP and

Innovata

Schedules via Diio Mi; MIDT via Sabre

O&D Rank

Code

Market

PDEW

% of Total

PDEW

Carrier(s)

Annual % Growth

% POO Canada% POO U.S.1YYZToronto13825%AC UA17%58%40%2YVRVancouver12622%AC UA25%47%49%

3YYCCalgary11120%F9 UA WS44%59%40%4YULMontreal5710%AC13%54%44%5YEGEdmonton295%UA15%63%36%6

YOW

Ottawa

193%-17%

66%

33%

7

YWG

Winnipeg

16

3%

UA

12%

63%

35%

8

YYJ

Victoria

12

2%

-

14%

52%

47%

9

YHZ

Halifax

9

2%

-

9%

51%

47%

10

YLW

Kelowna

8

2%

-

13%

50%

49%

Total

DEN-Canada

564

100%

22%

55%

43%

Top 10 DEN O&D Passenger Markets in Canada with Point of Origin (POO)

YE August 2018

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Denver’s traffic to Mexico City and Guadalajara have recorded the largest increases over the past year

Top 10 DEN O&D Passenger Markets in Mexico with Point of Origin (POO)

YE August 2018

O&D Rank

Code

Market

PDEW

% of Total

PDEW

Carrier(s)

Annual % Growth

% POO Mexico

% POO U.S.1CUNCancun44440%F9 UA WN2%18%81%2SJDSan Jose del Cabo16515%F9 UA WN0%27%72%

3PVRPuerto Vallarta15314%F9 UA WN-4%28%72%4MEXMexico City14113%AM Y415%48%52%5GDLGuadalajara656%Y413%28%71%6

CZM

Cozumel

303%UA-4%

6%

94%

7

MTY

Monterrey

21

2%

AM

-20%

54%

45%

8

CUU

Chihuahua

17

2%

Y4

-5%

44%

56%

9

BJX

Leon/Guanajuato

10

1%

-

0%

29%

70%

10

MZT

Mazatlán

9

1%

-

2%

14%

85%

Total

DEN-Mexico

1,103

100%

2%

27%

73%

Source: IATA BSP and

Innovata

Schedules via Diio Mi; MIDT via Sabre

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DEN-Mexico City exhibits strong seasonal peaks as compared to other DEN-Mexico markets

Average Seasonality for Selected DEN – Mexico O&D Passenger Markets

September 2015—August 2018

Source: IATA BSP via Diio

Mi

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The DEN-Mexico City market is more seasonal than the U.S.-Mexico City market

Average Seasonality of U.S. – Mexico City (MEX) & DEN – Mexico City (MEX) O&D Passengers

September 2015—August 2018

Source: IATA BSP via Diio

Mi

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DEN’s Top 20 International Unserved O&D Markets

YE August 2018

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

DEN’s largest

unserve

d international markets are in Europe and Latin America

Slide33

Air Service is a significant investment by an airline – aircraft are mobile assets and competition is global

33

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34

DEN’s ranking as top unserved market is an essential component of a business case for new service

Denver’s Ranking in the U.S. as an Unserved Market to Select International Destinations

YE August 2018

Source: IATA BSP via

Diio

Mi

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We also study connecting passenger flows to further identify target markets and airlines

Denver’s Ranking as a ‘Behind’ Market Onboard Select International Routes

YE August 2018

Source: IATA BSP via

Diio

MiNote: Selected markets represent the largest

unserved

international routes for DEN

with

the

largest

amount of connecting DEN pax onboard

Slide36

There are three major global alliances – Star Alliance,

SkyTeam

and

oneworld

Global Airline Alliances

24

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Source: IATA BSP via

Diio

Mi

12-Month Rolling Sum of Denver – Istanbul (IST) and U.S. – Istanbul (IST) O&D Passengers

CY 2008 – YE August 2018

Denver-Istanbul passengers have decreased over 40 percent from the 2013 high levels, while the U.S. has declined nearly 30 percent

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38

Denver ranks as the 4

th

-largest unserved U.S. market to New Zealand

Top 20 U.S. – New Zealand O&D Markets with Average Fare, Yield and Nonstop Carriers

YE August 2018

Source: IATA BSP and Innovata Schedules via Diio MiNote: New York includes 3 airports; Los Angeles includes 5 airports

; Miami

includes

3

airports

; San Francisco

includes

3 airports; Washington, D.C. includes 3 airports; Chicago includes 2 airports; Orlando includes 2 airports; Houston includes 2 airports; Dallas includes 2 airports; Boston includes 5 airportsO&D RankCodeOriginO&D Passengers5-Year Growth RateAverage Fare O&D MarketNonstop CarriersDistance to AKL (mi)1LAX*Los Angeles232,65714%$969AA NZ6,5042HNLHonolulu149,000105%

$497HA NZ4,3893SFO*San Francisco113,78431%$812NZ UA6,5164NYC*New York49,60947%$1,193-8,8055HOU*Houston27,512302%$952NZ7,4146

SEA

Seattle

22,377107%$889-

6,989

7

CHI*

Chicago

22,198

38%

$1,223

NZ

8,180

8

WAS*

Washington, D.C.

20,776

62%

$1,343

-

8,603

9

DEN

Denver

19,424

65%

$1,048

-

7,351

10

LAS

Las Vegas

16,301

70%

$825

-

6,739

11

BOS*

Boston

14,914

50%

$1,266

-

8,981

12

MIA*

Miami

12,186

99%

$1,366

-

8,055

13

ORL*

Orlando

11,838

114%

$1,006

-

8,082

14

PDX

Portland

11,071

88%

$811

-

6,891

15

DAL*

Dallas

10,940

65%

$1,074

-

7,439

16

PHX

Phoenix

9,135

112%

$906

-

6,760

17

MSP

Minneapolis

8,992

138%

$907

-

8,029

18

ATL

Atlanta

8,014

114%

$1,238

-

8,093

19

SLC

Salt Lake City

7,914

99%

$932

-

7,079

20

PHL

Philadelphia

6,320

51%

$1,055

-

8,724

Total U.S.-New Zealand

895,153

53%

$920

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Denver ranks as the 9

th

-largest unserved market to Australia

Top 20 U.S. – Australia O&D Markets with Average Fare, Yield and Nonstop Carriers

YE August 2018

Source: IATA BSP and Innovata Schedules via Diio MiNote: New York includes 3 airports; Los Angeles includes 5 airports

; Miami

includes

3

airports

; San Francisco

includes

3 airports; Washington, D.C. includes 3 airports; Chicago includes 2 airports; Orlando includes 2 airports; Houston includes 2 airports; Dallas includes 2 airports; Boston includes 5 airportsO&D RankCodeOriginO&D Passengers5-Year Growth RateAverage Fare O&D MarketNonstop CarriersDistance (nm)1LAX*Los Angeles882,1048%$828 AA DL QF UA VA7,657 2HNLHonolulu556,365

26%$570 HA JQ QF5,2023NYC*New York365,03619%$1,207 -9,9914SFO*San Francisco318,70754%$1,014 QF UA7,5795LASLas Vegas99,99017%$809 -7,8756

WAS*

Washington, D.C.

79,57147%$1,486 -

9,812

7

DAL*

Dallas

78,636

52%

$1,270

QF

8,738

8

SEA

Seattle

76,852

65%

$992

-

7,848

9

CHI*

Chicago

76,409

28%

$1,299

-

9,352

10

BOS*

Boston

60,902

57%

$1,406

-

10,089

11

MIA*

Miami

57,598

59%

$1,238

-

9,495

12

ORL*

Orlando

54,682

68%

$1,163

-

9,499

13

HOU*

Houston

54,289

6%

$1,629

UA

9,046

14

DEN

Denver

47,208

53%

$1,211

-

8,515

15

ATL

Atlanta

30,697

43%

$1,390

-

9,397

16

SLC

Salt Lake City

25,722

73%

$1,259

-

8,172

17

PHX

Phoenix

25,721

71%

$1,096

-

7,970

18

MSP

Minneapolis

23,706

47%

$1,144

-

9,102

19

DTW

Detroit

22,828

38%

$1,254

-

9,576

20

PDX

Portland

22,745

50%

$918

-

7,798

Total U.S.-Australia

3,380,882

27%

$981

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Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note:

January – August are 2018;

September

December are 2017Monthly O&D Passengers as a Percent of Annual Denver – New Zealand versus U.S. – New ZealandSeptember 2017—August 2018Denver exhibits a higher winter season to New Zealand versus the U.S. average…

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41

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note:

January – August are 2018;

September

December are 2017Monthly O&D Passengers as a Percent of Annual Denver – Australia versus U.S. – AustraliaSeptember 2017—August 2018… And Denver-Australia travel also peaks in the winter months

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Source: MIDT via Sabre

The point of sale is another important data point to consider

Denver – Australia O&D Passengers, Point of Sale,

by country, YE August 2018

Denver – New Zealand O&D Passengers, Point of Sale,

by country, YE August 2018

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Denver’s O&D passenger market to China has grown over 40 percent over the past 5 years

Source: IATA BSP via Diio Mi

Note: Shanghai includes 2 airports; U.S. territories not included; New York includes 3 airports; Los Angeles includes 5 airports; Miami includes 3 airports; San Francisco includes 3 airports; Washington, D.C. includes 3 airports; Chicago includes 2 airports; Orlando includes 2 airports; Houston includes 2 airports; Dallas includes 2 airports; Boston includes 5 airports

O&D Rank

Code

Market

O&D Passengers

5-yr Annualized % Change

Average Fare

1

PEK

Beijing

22,8806.4%$5632SHA*Shanghai19,8167.2%$6893CANGuangzhou3,22614.0%$6024CTUChengdu1,674

23.8%$5705FOCFuzhou1,22428.8%$3456WUHWuhan77327.2%$5077XIYXi'an75416.4%$5358SHEShenyang7235.0%$5359SZX

Shenzhen

496

55.8%$65810NNG

Nanning

438

12.8%

$372

TOTAL DEN-China

56,907

8.8%

$601

Top 10 Denver – China Markets by O&D Passengers

YE August 2018

Top 20 U.S. – China Markets by O&D Passengers

YE August 2018

O&D Rank

Code

Market

O&D Passengers

5-yr Annualized % Change

Average Fare

Nonstop

Service

1

LAX*

Los Angeles

1,683,332

14.0%

$512

Yes

2

NYC*

New York

1,525,962

10.0%

$614

Yes

3

SFO*

San Francisco

1,069,911

14.8%

$623

Yes

4

CHI*

Chicago

455,142

15.4%

$577

Yes

5

BOS*

Boston

378,298

26.0%

$619

Yes

6

SEA

Seattle

326,696

18.8%

$539

Yes

8

WAS*

Washington, D.C.

277,558

8.2%

$718

Yes

7

HNL

Honolulu

209,888

4.0%

$417

Yes

9

HOU*

Houston

143,774

7.6%

$787

Yes

10

DTW

Detroit

135,352

5.6%

$1,098

Yes

11

LAS

Las Vegas

131,103

29.6%

$477

Yes

12

ATL

Atlanta

111,239

9.6%

$691

Yes

13

DAL*

Dallas

105,799

12.0%

$650

Yes

14

ORL*

Orlando

82,475

21.4%

$596

-

15

MIA*

Miami

73,952

9.2%

$641

-

16

PDX

Portland

65,963

9.0%

$702

-

17

DEN

Denver

56,907

8.8%

$601

-

18

RDU

Raleigh

52,103

10.2%

$651

-

19

MSP

Minneapolis

51,841

2.4%

$808

-

20

SAN

San Diego

48,154

10.0%

$532

-

TOTAL U.S.-China

8,177,420

11.6%

$596

Beijing & Shanghai represent 75% of total Denver-China passengers

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Denver has the 8

th

-largest population of Ethiopian-born immigrants in the U.S.

Top 15 U.S. Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the U.S. by Ethiopian-born Resident Population

2016

Source: U.S. Census data

Population Rank

Metropolitan

Statistical Area

Ethiopian-born Population

Nonstop Service to Ethiopia?

Star Alliance Hub?

1Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV46,273Yes✓2Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI15,601-3Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA15,583-4Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA13,112-5Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

10,251-6Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA8,643Yes (via DUB)✓7Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV7,964-8Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO7,456-✓9New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA5,047Yes (via ABJ/LFW)✓10San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA4,937

-

11Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX4,869-

12

Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH

4,069

-

13

Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

3,806

Yes

14

Columbus, OH

3,610

-

15

San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA

3,510

-

Total U.S.

208,958

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Source: IATA BSP via

Diio

Mi

12-Month Rolling Sum of Denver – Paris (CDG) and U.S. – Paris (CDG) O&D Passengers

CY 2008 – YE August 2018

Denver-Paris passengers have increased over 100 percent from the low in late 2016; the U.S. has increased 26 percent

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U.S.-Paris (PAR*)

O&D Passengers per Nonstop Seat to Paris

YE July 2018

Source: IATA BSP and Innovata

Schedules

via Diio MiNote: Paris includes 2 airports; Orlando includes 2 airports; San Francisco

includes

3

airports

; Los Angeles

includes

5

airports; New York includes 3 airports; Boston includes 5 airports; Miami includes 3 airports; Chicago includes 2 airports; Washington, D.C. includes 3 airports; Houston includes 2 airports; Dallas includes 2 airports46Compared to all U.S.- Paris nonstop markets, Denver has the highest ratio of O&D passengers per nonstop seats, a strong indication of being underservedOne O&D passenger per seat

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DEN’s Air Service Incentive Program supports new flights and airlines in the first years of service

Goal: To increase nonstop scheduled air service and passenger traffic at Denver International Airport, and to sustain this service over the long-term.

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