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US-South America Traffic Numbers -JUN/09  
User currently offlineDanVS From Brazil, joined Jul 2009, 250 posts, RR: 0
Posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 2330 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 onlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4373 posts, RR: 12
Reply 1, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 2273 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).


User currently onlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4373 posts, RR: 12
Reply 2, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 1 day 5 hours ago) and read 2269 times:

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

User currently offlineDanVS From Brazil, joined Jul 2009, 250 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (4 years 4 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 2223 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 4 months 1 week 18 hours ago) and read 2100 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, 239 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (4 years 4 months 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 1867 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 onlineRCS763AV From Colombia, joined Jun 2004, 4373 posts, RR: 12
Reply 6, posted (4 years 4 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 1763 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...


User currently offlineSumma767 From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2520 posts, RR: 6
Reply 7, posted (4 years 4 months 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 1759 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, 250 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (4 years 4 months 1 day ago) and read 1716 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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