padcrasher
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NYC Passenger Share

Tue Jun 14, 2005 2:08 pm

12 Months Ending March 05

Per Port Authority statistics including EWR/LGA/JFK

CO/CO Express.................22.1%
AA/AE.............................16.9%
DL/Song/Comair/Shuttle......14.8%
Jetblue..............................9.7%

UA/US run about 4.5%
 
padcrasher
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Tue Jun 14, 2005 2:26 pm

Market share ending March 04

CO/COX.....22.2% ...
AA/AE.......17.2%.
DL/Song/Comair/Shuttle..14.5%..
Jetblue..........8.8%
 
padcrasher
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Tue Jun 14, 2005 2:42 pm

12 Months Ending March 03

CO/CO EX 22.2%
AA/AE 17.6%
Delta Inc 14.0%
Jetblue 6.8%
 
exFATboy
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:31 am

Very interesting! Do you have a link to the full stats? I'm curious as to whether the growth at B6 is just a bigger piece of a bigger overall pie, or if there's any drop other than the very small one for AA. UA or US down?

(BTW, is this just domestic, or domestic and int'l?)
 
padcrasher
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:41 am

It's the Port Authority website. Go under JFK Airport (or LGA/EWR) and "more about JFK" and then statistics.

The passenger figures are both for Intl and Domestic.

Some other notes, back in 01 TW plus AA combined was actually bigger than CO but AA pared TW down after the purchase.

I expect DL to grow share this year as well.
 
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:47 am

Interesting stats. Surprised to see DL is so far behind AA, and that UA/US have such a low percentage, given US's presence at LGA. But DL should go over 15% this year, given the massive increase of flights (LAX, SFO, SEA, STI, TXL, added frequencies on DCI routes, etc.).
 
padcrasher
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 12:56 am

This is a rolling total and does not reflect the full extent of Delta's new RJ service into LGA/JFK. Then of course TXL and Song expansion will not show up till May Jun 05 numbers. STI is sort of a wash since it came from a SDQ frequency.
 
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 1:13 am

Except for B6 all the carriers fly from all three airports, B6 only flies from JFK and LGA! And still had the best growth than the majors experienced.
You can cut the irony with a knife
 
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 2:03 am

Quoting Luv2fly (Reply 7):
Except for B6 all the carriers fly from all three airports, B6 only flies from JFK and LGA! And still had the best growth than the majors experienced.

B6 is always going to have the best growth. They started from nothing while the others have been there forever. Try to remember that when you are a small carrier (jetbrutal) and start there with one aircraft, even small growth like adding 1 aircraft represents 100% growth. Jetbrutal still only has about a 10th of the amount of planes that the others have.
 
luv2fly
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RE: NYC Passenger Share

Wed Jun 15, 2005 5:36 am

Quoting Artsyman (Reply 8):
B6 is always going to have the best growth. They started from nothing while the others have been there forever. Try to remember that when you are a small carrier (jetbrutal) and start there with one aircraft, even small growth like adding 1 aircraft represents 100% growth. Jetbrutal still only has about a 10th of the amount of planes that the others have.

The figures also represent the carriers International flights as well!
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