|Quoting SJCRRPAX (Reply 4):|
If I was running an airline, I would want to keep my load factors secret. Why let the competetion in on a good thing, they can do their own market research.
|Quoting Gpeso8 (Reply 6):|
I'm doing a research report for my High School on the domestic traffic in the West Coast of the U.S.... (California, Nevada, Arizona)....is there any way i can find the number of passengers whom flight between these areas!
|Quoting 777STL (Reply 7):|
That's exactly what they do, it's proprietary information for the most part. Unless you're an employee or a travel agent or something, it's gonna prove pretty difficult.
|Quoting Iowaman (Reply 8):|
www.faremeasure.com, and the DOT has more updated numbers on their website.
|Quoting Knope2001 (Reply 15):|
Why are these two different?
|Quoting Knope2001 (Reply 16):|
On a related note, if anyone knows how to modify or edit your own item already posted, I'd love to know what happened to that function. In the past I've been able to go back and clean up a mistake like this but can't find that function anymore.
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