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Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 10, 2013 8:30 pm

Is there a place where I can find out who the dominant airlines are at airports?

[Edited 2013-08-10 13:33:29]

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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:07 pm

Go the airports wiki page, and hubs are listed but here are some examples: AS at ANC, SEA, PDX, DL at ATL, SLC, MSP, AA at DFW, MIA, B6 at LGB, US at PHL, CLT, PHX, UA at IAH, EWR, SFO, WN at HOU, DAL, MDW
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:28 pm

Many airport websites have data on traffic handled by carriers serving the airport. It's often in their annual report, if they produce one. Excerpt below from 2012 for GVA showing passengers handled by the top 10 carriers (of about 50 total) serving GVA and the change from 2011 to 2012.

Easyjet 5,350,443 +10,8%
Swiss 2,049,979 +5,3%
Lufthansa 780,499 +0,6%
Air France 668,616 +1,6%
British Airways 631,008 +1,3%
KLM 395,832 +2,6%
TAP Portugal 313,715 +5,4%
Brussels Airlines 309,538 - 5,6%
Iberia 255,232 - 10,5%
SAS 203,950 +7,8%
 
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 10, 2013 9:54 pm

Indiana's four scheduled-service airports:

At FWA, DL is the leader (though hardly an 800-pound gorilla) with 40% market share. Eagle is #2 at 25%, G4 is #3 at 22%, UA is #4 with about 12%, and charters bring up the rear with less than 1% of FWA pax.

At IND, the two largest carriers by a long shot are WN (including FL) and DL, though AA will become a strong third once the US merger is completed. (Time for an Admirals Club to compete with the Sky Club?)

At SBN, DL leads while G4 and UA are neck-and-neck for second. F9 is fourth but is discontinuing service next month.

At EVV, DL has about two-thirds of the market, with AA holding the rest. Unlike the other three, EVV lacks an LCC, as G4 flies to nearby OWB (Owensboro, KY) instead.

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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 10, 2013 10:02 pm

No doubting who dominates at my local - STN.
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sun Aug 11, 2013 1:02 am

The Stockton Metropolitian Airport (SCK) has one carrier-Allegiant.
The Modesto Airport (MOD) has one carrier-United Express.
 
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:44 am

for US airports http://transtats.bts.gov/airports.asp

There is a dropdown box for the 30 busiest in the US and under that dropbox there is a list of "Show airports by state" that lets you select any other airport in the US.
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:28 am

Quoting Beardown91737 (Reply 6):
or US airports http://transtats.bts.gov/airports.asp

There is a dropdown box for the 30 busiest in the US and under that dropbox there is a list of "Show airports by state" that lets you select any other airport in the US.

this is an interesting tool. The only thing I dont like about it is that it lists (for example my hometown CID) only the actual carriers even if they are express carriers for the majors.......example like this:
ExpressJet 209 20.78%
Pinnacle 163 16.18%
American Eagle 158 15.77%
Allegiant 154 15.37%
SkyWest 106 10.52%

I think Expressjet operates both DL and UA flights here...Skywest also, so it really doesn't breakdown if Delta is the largest carrier or if United is.
 
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sun Aug 11, 2013 4:31 am

Quoting AS737MAX (Reply 1):
US at PHX,

Although US is the largest carrier at PHX, I wouldn't call them dominant, since WN has a large presence at PHX as well. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if WN actually has a greater O&D market share than US at PHX, since connecting traffic probably drives up US' overall market share there.
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RE: Dominant Airlines At Airports

Sat Aug 17, 2013 7:43 am

WN also connects people at PHX. I have used ONT-PHX-MDW several times (in addition to ONT-LAS-MDW). Also, back in 2007 I did ONT-PHX-ORD-LAS-ONT on US.
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