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US-South America Traffic Numbers -JUN/09  
User currently offlineDanVS From Brazil, joined Jul 2009, 254 posts, RR: 0
Posted (4 years 9 months 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 2435 times:

Following LipeGIG's Brazil traffic numbers, here are the numbers for the rest of South America.

Load factors above 80%
AA MIA LIM 94,5%
DL UIO ATL 94,2%
AA MIA UIO 93,9%
DL ATL LIM 92,8%
AA MIA MDE 92,3%
DL JFK GEO 92,2%
AA MIA CLO 92,0%
LA JFK LIM 91,9%
LA LAX LIM 91,6%
AA MIA GYE 91,5%
LA JFK GYE 90,8%
CO BOG EWR 90,6%
LP MIA LIM 90,5%
AA MIA BOG 90,4%
CO LIM EWR 90,1%
CO IAH BOG 90,0%
DL ATL GYE 89,8%
CO IAH UIO 89,7%
AA MIA LPB 89,7%
B6 BOG MCO 89,7%
CO LIM IAH 89,6%
AA BOG MIA 88,5%
CO EWR BOG 88,5%
DL BOG ATL 88,5%
AA CCS JFK 87,8%
XL JFK GYE 87,0%
B6 MCO BOG 86,4%
CO BOG IAH 86,1%
AV MIA CLO 85,0%
AV JFK MDE 84,9%
AV MIA BAQ 84,3%
NK BOG FLL 84,3%
AV JFK BOG 84,2%
NK FLL LIM 84,0%
NK FLL CTG 83,6%
NK FLL MDE 83,6%
LP LAX LIM 83,4%
AA MDE MIA 82,7%
XL MIA UIO 82,6%
DL GEO JFK 82,3%
NK FLL BOG 82,2%
LA MIA BOG 81,9%
AR MIA EZE 81,8%
LA LIM LAX 81,2%
DL CCS ATL 80,8%
AV MIA BOG 80,2%
4M MIA EZE 80,1%

Venezuela
LA MIA CCS 96,0%
DL ATL CCS 95,4%
AA CCS JFK 87,8%
DL CCS ATL 80,8%
AA MIA CCS 76,8%
AA JFK CCS 73,2%
LA CCS MIA 72,5%
AA CCS MIA 72,4%
CO IAH CCS 70,9%
AA CCS DFW 66,2%
CO CCS IAH 65,0%
AA DFW CCS 56,6%

Uruguay
AA MVD MIA 78,3%
AA MIA MVD 68,4%

Peru
AA LIM MIA 96,0%
CO IAH LIM 95,7%
CO EWR LIM 95,6%
AA MIA LIM 94,5%
DL ATL LIM 92,8%
LA JFK LIM 91,9%
LA LAX LIM 91,6%
LP MIA LIM 90,5%
CO LIM EWR 90,1%
CO LIM IAH 89,6%
NK FLL LIM 84,0%
LP LAX LIM 83,4%
LA LIM LAX 81,2%
DL LIM ATL 78,9%
LA LIM JFK 77,7%
LP LIM LAX 76,3%
LP LIM MIA 74,0%
NK LIM FLL 63,3%

Guyana
DL JFK GEO 92,2%
DL GEO JFK 82,3%

Ecuador
DL ATL UIO 98,1%
DL UIO ATL 94,2%
AA MIA UIO 93,9%
AA MIA GYE 91,5%
LA JFK GYE 90,8%
DL ATL GYE 89,8%
CO IAH UIO 89,7%
XL JFK GYE 87,0%
XL MIA UIO 82,6%
AA UIO MIA 77,0%
CO UIO IAH 76,6%
AA GYE MIA 70,2%
XL UIO MIA 66,1%
XL GYE MIA 65,5%
LA GYE JFK 59,9%
DL GYE ATL 55,0%

Colombia
AA MIA MDE 92,3%
AA MIA CLO 92,0%
CO BOG EWR 90,6%
AA MIA BOG 90,4%
CO IAH BOG 90,0%
B6 BOG MCO 89,7%
AA BOG MIA 88,5%
CO EWR BOG 88,5%
DL BOG ATL 88,5%
B6 MCO BOG 86,4%
CO BOG IAH 86,1%
AV MIA CLO 85,0%
AV JFK MDE 84,9%
AV MIA BAQ 84,3%
NK BOG FLL 84,3%
AV JFK BOG 84,2%
NK FLL CTG 83,6%
NK FLL MDE 83,6%
AA MDE MIA 82,7%
NK FLL BOG 82,2%
LA MIA BOG 81,9%
AV MIA BOG 80,2%
AV FLL BOG 79,4%
NK MDE FLL 78,2%
DL JFK BOG 77,5%
AA CLO MIA 77,2%
AV LAX BOG 76,9%
NK CTG FLL 76,3%
AV CLO MIA 76,0%
AV IAD BOG 75,6%
AV BAQ MIA 75,6%
DL BOG JFK 74,5%
AV CTG MIA 73,2%
LA BOG MIA 72,9%
AV BOG FLL 66,5%
AV BOG JFK 63,5%
AV MDE MIA 62,0%
AV BOG IAD 53,8%
AV MDE JFK 51,4%
AV BOG MIA 49,2%
AV BOG LAX 44,1%
AV MIA CTG 18,9% (bizarre!)

Chile
LA SCL JFK 77,1%
LA JFK SCL 75,2%
LA MIA SCL 70,2%
LA SCL MIA 68,0%
AA DFW SCL 59,8%
DL SCL ATL 57,1%
AA MIA SCL 52,6%
AA SCL DFW 51,8%
AA SCL MIA 48,2%

Bolivia
AA MIA LPB 89,7%
AA VVI MIA 69,3%
AA MIA VVI 58,6%

Argentina
AR MIA EZE 81,8%
4M MIA EZE 80,1%
AA EZE JFK 76,4%
DL EZE ATL 75,1%
DL ATL EZE 75,0%
AA JFK EZE 74,5%
AA MIA EZE 74,3%
UA IAD EZE 69,4%
CO IAH EZE 68,2%
AA EZE MIA 65,9%
UA EZE IAD 64,9%
CO EZE IAH 64,0%
AA EZE DFW 63,9%
AA DFW EZE 61,8%
AR EZE MIA 59,9%
4M EZE MIA 59,3%

TOP 5 per airline

AA
AA LIM MIA 96,0%
AA MIA LIM 94,5%
AA MIA UIO 93,9%
AA MIA MDE 92,3%
AA MIA CLO 92,0%

AV
AV MIA CLO 85,0%
AV JFK MDE 84,9%
AV MIA BAQ 84,3%
AV JFK BOG 84,2%
AV MIA BOG 80,2%

CO
CO IAH LIM 95,7%
CO EWR LIM 95,6%
CO BOG EWR 90,6%
CO LIM EWR 90,1%
CO IAH BOG 90,0%

DL
DL ATL UIO 98,1%
DL ATL CCS 95,4%
DL UIO ATL 94,2%
DL ATL LIM 92,8%
DL JFK GEO 92,2%

LA
LA MIA CCS 96,0%
LA JFK LIM 91,9%
LA LAX LIM 91,6%
LA JFK GYE 90,8%
LA MIA BOG 81,9%

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User currently offlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4395 posts, RR: 12
Reply 1, posted (4 years 9 months 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 2378 times:



Quoting DanVS (Thread starter):
AV MIA CTG 18,9% (bizarre!)

I'm guessing they must be counting wrong as this flight continues to PEI and the musn't be counting Pereira-bound passengers....???

I don't understand thought why US-bound flights are going out less full than South America bound flights, as this is June, it's a peak season for travellers going to the United States...(at least in northern-south america, i know it works differently in the south cone).



Les escribo desde el frío de mi verde altiplano.
User currently offlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4395 posts, RR: 12
Reply 2, posted (4 years 9 months 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 2374 times:

BTW, Thnak you very much for the post. Are these DOT numbers?


Les escribo desde el frío de mi verde altiplano.
User currently offlineDanVS From Brazil, joined Jul 2009, 254 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (4 years 9 months 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 2328 times:



Quoting RCS763AV (Reply 2):
Are these DOT numbers?

Yes, from BTS.gov


User currently offlineSflaflight From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 1183 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (4 years 9 months 21 hours ago) and read 2205 times:



Quoting DanVS (Thread starter):
LA MIA CCS 96,0%

That's interesting. I'm guessing that it has to do with the less than daily service vs AAs multiple daily flights


User currently offlineClo1973 From Colombia, joined Apr 2006, 243 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (4 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 1972 times:

I would suppouse that the load factors published here for AV´s JFK-MDE or MDE-JFK
includes CLO´s passengers, since the route is really CLO-MDE-JFK & JFK-MDE-CLO


User currently offlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4395 posts, RR: 12
Reply 6, posted (4 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 1868 times:



Quoting Clo1973 (Reply 5):
I would suppouse that the load factors published here for AV´s JFK-MDE or MDE-JFK
includes CLO´s passengers, since the route is really CLO-MDE-JFK & JFK-MDE-CLO

Well, it seems that MIA-CTG-PEI does not include PEI-bound passengers (shows 18% loads) so who knows...



Les escribo desde el frío de mi verde altiplano.
User currently offlineSumma767 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2561 posts, RR: 6
Reply 7, posted (4 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 4 hours ago) and read 1864 times:

Thank you DanVs for all these interesting figures

Quoting DanVS (Thread starter):
AV MIA CTG 18,9% (bizarre!)

It is odd. As has it been said, that flight continues to PEI, so it's probable that the LF for PEI pax is calculated separately. Unlike JFK-MDE-CLO, where it would seems all pax are counted as MDE only:

Quoting DanVS (Thread starter):
AV JFK MDE 84,9%



Quoting DanVS (Thread starter):
AA MIA MDE 92,3%

Fantastic load factor for AA on this route that had seen poorer figures teh eyar before, considering that it is a twice daily flight, and only 3 months before Spirit had started its daily FLL-MDE. No doubt that it was precisely that new competition that allowed this market to expand.


User currently offlineDanVS From Brazil, joined Jul 2009, 254 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (4 years 8 months 3 weeks 3 days 3 hours ago) and read 1821 times:

Well, I downloaded another table which, theoretically, allows us to see the numbers of separate legs.
However, it doesn't add up to the ones I found on the other table.

Here it goes (transported passengers):

-MIA-CTG 686 (probably a mistake)
---MIA-CTG 2056
---MIA-PEI 1587

-CTG-MIA 3646
---PEI-MIA 882
---CTG-MIA 1809

I made a "test" with BAQ-MIA and IAD-BOG

-BAQ-MIA 3381
---BAQ-MIA 3228

-IAD-BOG 1906
---IAD-BOG 1697

Probably someone can explain the disparity of numbers between the tables:

First table - T1 International Segment (all carriers)
Second table - T1 International Market (all carriers)
http://www.transtats.bts.gov/Tables....riers&DB_Short_Name=Air%20Carriers


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