bullpitt
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Airline Statistics

Thu Dec 29, 2005 4:54 am

Hi All

I was just browsing through IB web page and came across a number that made me think. (IB including AirNostrum, put about 123,000 seats on sale DAILY) Does anyone have the same data for other airlines?
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CO7e7
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RE: Airline Statistics

Thu Dec 29, 2005 5:06 am

Quoting Bullpitt (Thread starter):
Does anyone have the same data for other airlines?

Any Airline in particular ?
 
bullpitt
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RE: Airline Statistics

Thu Dec 29, 2005 5:14 am

Any airline, The thing is how do you measure the size of an airline? For example you can have an airline with more, but smaller aircraft therefore it may seem it's a bigger company but have less seats on sale per day.

I would like to know airlines such as BA, LH, AZ, SK,AA,CO etc. and also major LCC. It's just curiosity.
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bobnwa
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RE: Airline Statistics

Thu Dec 29, 2005 7:17 am

Quoting Bullpitt (Reply 2):
The thing is how do you measure the size of an airline?

The usual standard to measure the sizes of airlines is RPM's or RPK's which measure the revenue passenger miles or kilometers. This takes into account the number of passengers and the distance flown. The larger the aircraft the greater the numbers. A good source of these numbers is Air Transport World.