SESGDL wrote:winginit wrote:SESGDL wrote:
Great post, thank you for continuing to bring facts to the discussion, they're certainly lacking a lot nowadays. By chance, would you happen to have similar stats for other DL hubs?
Sure. I think we can agree that Seats is a suitable capacity metric so I'll just isolate that for the DL hub comparison metrics below, which again are international (anything non-US including MX/CA) only seats for 3Q2019 (Summer, by most definitions) and then a year over year percentage comparison that compares against 3Q2018:
ATL: 3,147,720 International Seats, +1% YoY
JFK: 2,035,510 International Seats, +9% YoY
DTW: 992,198 International Seats, +1% YoY
MSP: 754,696 International Seats, +12% YoY
SEA: 505,352 International Seats, -12% YoY
LAX: 495,828 International Seats, +4% YoY
SLC: 299,544 International Seats, +6% YoY
Across all of those mentioned hubs above the average International Seat growth rate YoY for 3Q is 3%
Thanks! Interesting to see such a large decrease at SEA. Good to see growth everywhere else.
Driven namely by SEAHKG cancellation, SEAYEG cancellation, SEACDG down-gauge and SEAYYJ frequency reduction.