TSA numbers from yesterday November 25 was 1,070,967 and at 41% of same weekday last year, and 23,000 more than Sunday November 22. https://www.tsa.gov/coronavirus/passenger-throughput I don’t think you can really compare Wednesday before thanksgiving cus a lot of people flew earlier this time. May...Jump to post
TSA numbers from yesterday November 25 was 1,070,967 and at 41% of same weekday last year, and 23,000 more than Sunday November 22.
This pandemic should have resulted in longest lasting crash course in digital organisation, communication and transactions and those companies and organisations who was not wise enough to pick it by now will be the big loosers, especially the companies who lost sales during this period (except from ...Jump to post
Sunday Nov 22 was again the King of the previous week at 1,047,934, 23 % above the average of the rest of the week at 851,554.
Interesting numbers compared to what was normal before this spektakel, considering the number of red caps it is still low.
Midwestindy wrote:2nd2none wrote:Yes there is : Bookings are based on Dreams and TSA is based on Facts?
Considering this thread is about bookings, it's odd you keep posting stuff like this, if you don't like it feel free to not follow this thread.
Isn’t there a way to correlate the booking trends with actual TSA numbers? After glancing over the TSA reports it’s been flat or slightly declining since the 1M+ day a few weeks back. The previous booking reports should have indicated that was going to happen. It would seem you can predict future T...Jump to post
Yes I agree, the relative high numbers at the moment is "leisure" travel and less important earning/business wise for the airlines, best documented with higher troughput near the weekends. Higher throughput days are the same as they've always been, Thu/Fri/Sun. So how do you explain the f...Jump to post
Yesterday data October 29 2020 was 42.70 % of last year througput, but daily infection numbers is +97,000 in the US today? https://www.tsa.gov/coronavirus/passenger-throughput https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/#countries Passenger numbers is a poor metric. Fraction of flights year-over-year...Jump to post
Yesterday data October 29 2020 was 42.70 % of last year througput, but daily infection numbers is +97,000 in the US today?
32andBelow wrote:950,000 yesterday. Did not expect that. Could be a million today
Anyone trying to go to Hawaii in November will see that the front of the plane is selling out quick. No idea how UA is managing spacing up front on their 752, but DEN-OGG in F is sold out for multiple days in a row the first week in November. The same can practically be said for DFW/PHX-OGG Hawaii ...Jump to post
Yesterday TSA Throughput October 8 2020 at 936,915 was 9.5% higher than same weekday last week?
Total Traveler Throughput numbers fra TSA show that the average throughput from Sunday to Wednesday this week is 5.21 % above the thoughput same days last week.
When did tsa stArt updating on the weekend again Probably because someone realized the only realiable numbers to be used by the financial sector, was the TSA figures, they are pure without nonsense, and extremely valuable! And that is why my interest in these numbers! :lol: Wall Street isn't using ...Jump to post
32andBelow wrote:When did tsa stArt updating on the weekend again
Yesterdays TSA throughput number September 15 2020 : 522,383 That is the lowest throughput since July 4 2020 466,669?
The One Million Mark was not reached yesterday September 7 2020: 935,308
As suggested earlier Friday 4 2020 came to 968,673 and September 5th and 6th were both below 700,000.
Will Monday September 7 2020 hit the 1,000,000 mark?
Tell me about one single deal made by Thai (whatever), corruption was not a part of the game, and I would be surprised and tell you that I think that is impossible, sorry that is a fact, I have lived there long enough to know better! The issue isn't just the corruption, it's the fact that companies...Jump to post
Tell me about one single deal made by Thai (whatever), corruption was not a part of the game, and I would be surprised and tell you that I think that is impossible, sorry that is a fact, I have lived there long enough to know better!Jump to post
There is a very big chance the 900,000 mark will be passed today yesterday numbers were 877,698 (Sep. 4 2020).
This is why this thread is mostly about bookings, the portion of this equation that airlines care the most about right now. What airlines really care about is net new cash bookings.. bookings on vouchers mean a lot less to them. I flew this past Friday. I was surprised by the number of no-shows sti...Jump to post
brilondon wrote:2nd2none wrote:The weekend including August 28, 29 and 30 was 31,48 % of same weekend last year and 4,2 % less than the weekend a week ago:
That says nothing and means less than that. What are you trying to say?
The weekend including August 28, 29 and 30 was 31,48 % of same weekend last year and 4,2 % less than the weekend a week ago:
Total Traveler Throughput:
Sunday August 23 2020 841,806. 2,45% less than Sunday 16 2020 862,949.
It's not just about filling planes but filling planes profitably. 90% load factors with $39-$69 O/W fares means the airlines still go broke. Me thinks airlines are giving deep discounts. The fact is yesterday the numbers were at max 25.43 % of last year 2019? https://www.tsa.gov/coronavirus/passeng...Jump to post
TSA checkpoint travel numbers from August 3 2020 to and including August 9 2020.
Still well below the 30 % mark at 27.50 % of same week in 2019.
32andBelow wrote:chrisair wrote:boilerla wrote:Most families don’t take summer vacations in August.
I’ve always known tons of families taking trips the week before school. Some kids would even miss the first week.
Unlike most markets in the world, the numbers from the US and TSA are extremely important, it is the only market wide survey of what is going on, on daily basis, since all other figures and numbers are told by airports, airlines and whoever tries to talk the situation they want it be told!Jump to post
The TSA numbers are still hovering around the 21 % to 27 % level of last year compared to same week this year:
TSA checkpoint travel numbers
July 22 2020:
Latest TSA numbers from July 21 2020: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1443313&start=400#p22335547Jump to post
TSA checkpoint travel numbers
July 21 2020:
July 20 2020:
There is growth Nice cherry-picking by using 7/19 at 27.4%, the best day of the last seven, but, in fact, that's not even the best day month to date. The avg for seven days ending 7/19 (25.4%) was actually lower than the avg of seven days ending 7/12 (26.9%) Growth has stalled - just like DL's Bast...Jump to post
There is growth
June 14 2020:
July 19 2020:
In percentage points is June 14 20 to July 19 2020: 6,81%
And in numbers June 14 20 to July 19 20: 3,23 %
It seems like we are stuck at the 25 - 27 % level.Jump to post
July 17 2020:
July 18 2020:
July 19 2020:
The biggest challenge to the aviation industry, is when all their business customers realise how much more profit they make, when most of their employees are not allowed to travel. Tons of money is saved from Air tickets, Hotel bills, Car rent, and general waste of time related to travel.Jump to post
July 16 2020:
Related new cases + 75,000 in the US.
July 15 2020:
Related new cases + 70,000 in the US
Cedar got the dense numbers
July 14 2020:
New related cases +65,000 in the US.
July 13 2020:
Related cases +60,000
July 10 2020:
July 11 2020:
July 12 2020: