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DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 5:43 pm

As I've done in past years, I have gone through the online schedules of the US3 (AA, UA, DL), and have tallied up departures by aircraft type for each hub in order to get a picture of how each airline is currently deploying its fleet across the U.S. I picked a Monday in the middle of the summer (July 15, 2019) and collected schedule data from the same day for all three airlines so that comparisons can be made. It is also interesting to see how things have changed over the years - here are some links to related threads for reference:

2018:
AA - https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396833
UA - https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396837
DL - https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396835

2019:
AA - https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1420609
UA - https://www.airliners.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1420611

A few notes/disclaimers:
  • This data was collected by hand, so it's possible there are a few inaccuracies. However, I have a high level of confidence in the data overall.
  • Schedules are always subject to change, so the totals from when I collected data may already have changed slightly, and may change further in the coming weeks. Notably, I collected the AA data before they removed the 7M8 from their schedules through mid August, so AA hubs in particular might end up looking different depending on how fast the MAX gets back in the air.
  • As we know, the term "hub" is always unavoidably subjective. For the purpose of these threads, I'm classifying a "hub" as a station that has 100+ departures serving 30+ destinations.
  • I don't have plans to do this for any other airline's network this summer - if someone would like to make a thread like this for AS, AC, etc., wonderful! Please use 7/15/2019 as the schedule date for a fair comparison.
  • For simplicity's sake, I decided not to split out different subfleets in the tallies. International 757-200s will be aggregated with domestic 757-200s, 70-seat E-175s with 76-seat E-175s, and so on and so forth. I'm also using airline-agnostic aircraft codes, so if a given airline classifies their 737-700s as "73W" (looking at you, DL), the data here will still show "73G" instead.

Enjoy!


ATL

CR2: 120
CR7: 12
E70: 4
CR9: 90
717: 105
73G: 22
319: 2
M88: 215
M90: 85
320: 39
738: 42
739: 111
321: 88
752: 92
753: 11
763: 7
764: 9
332: 1
333: 7
772: 3
77L: 4
359: 1

Total = 1070
78.9 % mainline


DTW

CR2: 86
CR7: 52
E70: 6
CR9: 113
717: 33
221: 7
319: 28
320: 24
738: 2
739: 28
321: 38
752: 21
753: 6
763: 6
764: 1
332: 2
333: 3
359: 5

Total = 461
44.2 % mainline


MSP

CR2: 85
CR7: 16
CR9: 69
E75: 31
717: 45
221: 4
319: 48
320: 22
738: 15
739: 43
321: 36
752: 22
753: 6
763: 1
764: 1
333: 3
772: 3

Total = 450
55.3 % mainline


SLC

CR2: 44
CR7: 9
CR9: 7
E75: 61
717: 13
221: 11
319: 27
320: 15
738: 31
739: 30
321: 17
752: 10
753: 2
763: 4

Total = 281
56.9 % mainline


LGA

CR2: 18
E70: 29
CR9: 62
E75: 74
717: 19
221: 13
319: 20
320: 12
738: 3
321: 29

Total = 279
34.4 % mainline


JFK

CR2: 19
E70: 4
CR9: 59
E75: 8
717: 10
319: 9
320: 12
738: 9
739: 33
321: 12
752: 33
763: 9
764: 9
332: 5
333: 10

Total = 241
62.6 % mainline


SEA

E75: 59
717: 10
221: 2
319: 4
320: 10
738: 26
739: 37
752: 10
753: 9
763: 5
333: 1
339: 1
359: 1

Total = 175
66.3 % mainline


LAX

E75: 35
717: 12
319: 2
320: 10
738: 22
739: 30
321: 15
752: 21
753: 7
763: 4
764: 4
333: 2
77L: 3
359: 2

Total = 169
79.3 % mainline


BOS

E70: 20
CR9: 17
E75: 25
717: 6
221: 1
319: 3
320: 7
738: 10
739: 3
321: 21
752: 10
763: 4
332: 1
333: 1

Total = 129
51.9 % mainline
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:26 pm

Thanks for doing the work! I took the liberty of pulling the year-over-year comparison:

ATL
Departures: 1057-->1070 = Up 1.2%
Mainline: 80.3%-->78.9% = Down 1.4 pts

DTW
Departures: 453-->461 = Up 1.8%
Mainline: 43.3%-->44.2% = Up 0.9 pts

MSP
Departures: 447-->450 = Up 0.7%
Mainline: 54.6%-->55.3% = Up 0.7 pts

SLC
Departures: 272-->281 = Up 3.3%
Mainline: 54.4%-->56.9% = Up 2.5 pts

LGA
Departures: 275-->279 = Up 1.5%
Mainline: 28%-->34.4% = Up 6.4 pts

JFK
Departures: 232-->241 = Up 3.9%
Mainline: 59.9%-->62.6% = Up 2.7 pts

SEA
Departures: 174-->175 = Up 0.6%
Mainline: 61.5%-->66.3% = Up 4.8 pts

LAX
Departures: 170-->169 = Down 0.6%
Mainline: 77.6%-->79.3% = Up 1.7 pts

BOS
Departures: 112-->129 = Up 15.2%
Mainline: 55.4%-->51.9% = Down 3.5 pts

So in summary:
Biggest increases in departures:
BOS = up 15.2%
JFK = up 3.9% (what runway construction? :) )
SLC = up 3.3%

Biggest mainline increases:
LGA = up 6.4 pts (
SEA = up 4.8 pts
JFK -= up 2.7 pts

Decreases:
Departures: LAX was the only one, down one daily flight (down 0.6%)
Mainline: BOS down 3.5 pts (most of new flying added are on two-class RJs); ATL down 1.4 pts
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:51 pm

There is an increased amount of regional flying at ATL, but it's all CR7 and CR9 flying (plus 4 E70 flights). The number of CR2 flights is up by a single flight over last year.

The remaining M90's, like the M88's and 73G's, are now consolidated at ATL - which doesn't see any 221 flights.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 6:58 pm

Interesting that DL isn't putting the A321 on routes out of KSEA yet. Any idea if there are plans to?
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:08 pm

Thank you for complying these data again.

It is very interesting to see how much the CR7 and CR9 have been reduced in SLC in favor of the E7W/E75. Everytime I’ve connected in SLC, I’ve seen more and more CP planes replacing them as they more get based east. Even markets like FAT and ONT are going E7W instead of CR7 or CR9.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:08 pm

The widebody comparisons are interesting.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:15 pm

clickhappy wrote:
Interesting that DL isn't putting the A321 on routes out of KSEA yet. Any idea if there are plans to?

I think that SEA is a 737 pilot base, which would explain why the hub is so 738/739-heavy. DL briefly used the A321 last fall on one daily MSP-SEA-DTW rotation, but we haven't seen anything since. I wouldn't be surprised to see it on hub-to-hub routes eventually, and I'd bet that the A21N will eventually take over their SEA-Hawaii flights too.
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:30 pm

FSDan wrote:
SEA

E75: 59
717: 10
221: 2
319: 4
320: 10
738: 26
739: 37
752: 10
753: 9
763: 5
333: 1
339: 1
359: 1


I'm sorry, since when is DL operating A339?
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:35 pm

ojjunior wrote:
I'm sorry, since when is DL operating A339?


July is the first month of A330-900 operation for DL (it's starting out on SEA-PVG, and then later in the summer/fall SEA-ICN and SEA-NRT will be added).
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:41 pm

717atOGG wrote:
clickhappy wrote:
Interesting that DL isn't putting the A321 on routes out of KSEA yet. Any idea if there are plans to?

I think that SEA is a 737 pilot base, which would explain why the hub is so 738/739-heavy. DL briefly used the A321 last fall on one daily MSP-SEA-DTW rotation, but we haven't seen anything since. I wouldn't be surprised to see it on hub-to-hub routes eventually, and I'd bet that the A21N will eventually take over their SEA-Hawaii flights too.


The A321 isn't in the plan to be used at Seattle as of now. I don't think there are any plans in place for the A21N yet as delta wont be taking delivery until next year.
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:42 pm

What do CVG and RDU look like for DL in S19?
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 7:49 pm

These threads are great and I love seeing them each year! Information for larger outstations is kind of fun as well.

CMH:
CRJ: 2
CR7: 4
E70: 10
E75: 5
CR9: 2
M88: 4
319: 1 (new/returned SLC flight)
738: 6 (both MSP mainlines are 738)
739: 2 (LAX gets a 739)

Total= 36
36.1% mainline

Slight uptick from last year. It's interesting that CMH is again at 15 E-jet segments, 10 E170s and 5 E175s.
A310/319/320/321/333, ARJ, BN2, B717/722/73S/733/734/735/73G/738/739/744/757/753/767/763/764/777, CR1/2/7/9, DH6, 328, EM2/ERJ/E70/E75/E90, F28/100, J31, L10/12/15, DC9/D93/D94/D95/M80/M88/M90/D10, SF3, SST
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 8:24 pm

GRR:
E70: 2
CR9: 5
E75: 2
319: 2
M88: 3
320: 2
738: 1
739: 1
321: 2

Total = 20
55.0% = mainline

SBN:
CRJ: 12

Total = 12
0% mainline
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:16 pm

N292UX wrote:
What do CVG and RDU look like for DL in S19?


RDU

CR2: 6
CR7: 10
CR9: 26
E75: 4
717: 10
M88: 4
M90: 2
320: 8
738: 3
739: 1
321: 5
763: 1

Total = 80
42.5 % mainline


CVG

CR2: 17
CR7: 11
CR9: 26
73G: 1
738: 20
739: 3
321: 1
763: 1

Total = 80
32.5 % mainline
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:42 pm

Since 15Jul is a Monday MCO is an all mainline station for DL. On Sat DL does a bunch of 1x weekly flights on regional jets to a number of airports around east/midwest US.

MCO
717 3
738 3
739 7
752 26
753 1
763 1
320 4
321 11

Total 56, 100% mainline
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:23 pm

Thank you. ATL mainline operation is impressive, which explains 107 million passengers . O’hare with American and United smaller jets definitely explains the busiest airport for moments as well.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:26 pm

EUROPE:

AMSTERDAM (AMS)
A333: 13 (2x ATL;1x BOS; 3x DTW; 1x LAX; 3x MSP; 1x JFK; 1x PDX; 1x SEA)
A359: 1 (1x DTW)
B763: 6 (1x BOS; 1x JFK; 1x MCO; 1x SLC; 1x SEA; 1x TPA)
B772: 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 21

ATHENS (ATH)
A333: 2 (2x JFK)
Total: 2

BARCELONA (BCN)
A333: 1 (1x JFK)
B764 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 2

BERLIN (TXL)
B763: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

BRUSSELS (BRU)
B763: 2 (1x ATL; 1x JFK)
Total: 2

COPENHAGEN (CPH)
B763: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

DUBLIN (DUB)
B763: 1 (1x BOS)
B764: 2 (1x ATL; 1x JFK)
Total: 3

DUSSELDORF (DUS)
B764: 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 1

EDINBURGH (EDI)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

FRANKFURT (FRA)
B763: 3 (1x ATL; 1x DTW; 1x JFK)
Total: 3

GLASGOW (GLA)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

LISBON (LIS)
B752: 2 (1x BOS; 1x JFK)
Total: 2

LONDON (HEATHROW (LHR))
A332: 5 (1x ATL; 1x BOS; 1x DTW; 2x JFK)
A333: 1 (1x ATL)
B763: 4 (1x DTW; 1x MSP; 1x PDX; 1x SLC)
Total: 10

MADRID (MAD)
B764: 2 (1x ATL; 1x JFK)
Total: 2

MALAGA (AGP)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

MILAN (MALPENSA (MXP))
A333: 1 (1x JFK)
B764: 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 2

MUNICH (MUC)
B763: 2 (1x ATL; 1x DTW)
Total: 2

NICE (NCE)
B764: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

PARIS (CHARLES DE GAULLE (CDG))
A332: 1 (1x JFK)
A333: 1 (1x JFK)
B763: 8 (1x BOS; 1x CVG; 1x IND; 2x DTW; 1x RDU; 1x SLC; 1x SEA)
B77L: 4 (2x ATL; 1x LAX; 1x MSP)
Total: 14

PONTA DELGADA (PDL)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

REYKJAVIK (KEF)
B752: 2 (1x JFK; 1x MSP)
Total: 2

ROME (FIUMICINO (FCO))
A333: 3 (2x ATL; 1x JFK)
B763: 1 (1x DTW)
Total: 4

SHANNON (SNN)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

STUTTGART (STR)
B764: 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 1

VENICE (VCE)
B763: 2 (1x ATL; 1x JFK)
Total: 2

ZURICH (ZRH)
A332: 1 (1x JFK)
B763: 1 (1x ATL)
Total: 2
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:26 pm

What about AUS and BNA? Can someone show the flight totals for those stations?
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:42 pm

Fargo wrote:
What about AUS and BNA? Can someone show the flight totals for those stations?


IND
CR2: 1
E170: 6
CR9: 9
E175: 4
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 2
B757: 1
B767: 1
41 Departures
51% mainline

BNA
CR7: 2
E170: 1
CR9: 4
E175:8
B717: 10
A319: 1
MD88: 4
A320: 1
MD90: 4
B738: 4
B739: 3
42 Departures
64% of Mainline

AUS
CR9: 2
E175: 1
A319: 9
A320: 6
A321: 10
28 Departures
89% Mainline
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:50 pm

Midwestindy wrote:
Fargo wrote:
What about AUS and BNA? Can someone show the flight totals for those stations?


IND
CR2: 1
E170: 6
CR9: 9
E175: 4
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 2
B757: 1
B767: 1
41 Departures
51% mainline

BNA
CR7: 2
E170: 1
CR9: 4
E175:8
B717: 10
A319: 1
MD88: 4
A320: 1
MD90: 4
B738: 4
B739: 3
42 Departures
64% of Mainline

AUS
CR9: 2
E175: 1
A319: 9
A320: 6
A321: 10
28 Departures
89% Mainline


Thanks! Forgot about IND as well. Interesting that BNA is ahead in mainline % and departures. I thought IND would’ve been ahead.

I wonder what flight that E75 is operating? I though everything out of AUS except RDU and CVG was going mainline this summer.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:13 pm

PIEAvantiP180 wrote:
Since 15Jul is a Monday MCO is an all mainline station for DL. On Sat DL does a bunch of 1x weekly flights on regional jets to a number of airports around east/midwest US.

MCO
717 3
738 3
739 7
752 26
753 1
763 1
320 4
321 11

Total 56, 100% mainline

Roughly 10450 seats. Not bad. How does this compare to the other smaller hubs/larger stations?
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:57 pm

LAS
E70 14
717 1
738 7
379 10
752 1
321 22
Total 55, 74.5% mainline
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Wed Apr 17, 2019 11:59 pm

Best A.net threads!
 
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Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:12 am

TPA
CR9 - 3
712 - 2
738 - 13
739 - 4
752 - 6
763 - 1
319 - 4
320 - 2
321 - 4
Total: 39
91.7% mainline

Destinations: AMS, ATL, BOS, CVG, DTW, JFK, LAX, LGA, MSP, RDU, SLC
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:18 am

FSDan wrote:
N292UX wrote:
What do CVG and RDU look like for DL in S19?


RDU

CR2: 6
CR7: 10
CR9: 26
E75: 4
717: 10
M88: 4
M90: 2
320: 8
738: 3
739: 1
321: 5
763: 1

Total = 80
42.5 % mainline


CVG

CR2: 17
CR7: 11
CR9: 26
73G: 1
738: 20
739: 3
321: 1
763: 1

Total = 80
32.5 % mainline


Starting in September CVG-DCA moves to all mainline.

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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:24 am

No more MD-90s at MSP or DTW anymore?
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:34 am

PIEAvantiP180 wrote:
LAS
E70 14
717 1
738 7
379 10
752 1
321 22
Total 55, 74.5% mainline


Which date did you use for these stats? On 7/15 I'm seeing all E75s (no E70s) on the regional side at LAS, and there's a 753 to ATL that I'm not seeing in your numbers...
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:37 am

Fargo wrote:
Midwestindy wrote:
AUS
CR9: 2
E175: 1
A319: 9
A320: 6
A321: 10
28 Departures
89% Mainline


I wonder what flight that E75 is operating? I though everything out of AUS except RDU and CVG was going mainline this summer.


Looks like it's to SLC. The Sunday evening SLC-AUS is an E75 instead of the usual airbus, as is the Monday morning return.
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 12:38 am

FSDan wrote:
PIEAvantiP180 wrote:
LAS
E75 14
717 1
738 7
379 10
752 1
7531
321 22
Total 56, 75% mainline


Which date did you use for these stats? On 7/15 I'm seeing all E75s (no E70s) on the regional side at LAS, and there's a 753 to ATL that I'm not seeing in your numbers...


I was just using E70 for any E170/175 aircraft i saw in the schedule.
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:04 am

Great work!

CR2 departures are 372, or 11% of hub flying. Will be interesting to see how this changes as the A220 comes into the fleet.

Also, I am curious about JFK-LHR. Looks like 2 DL flights for S19. When I checked tomorrow (4/18) and Friday 4/19 there were only 3 VS codeshares. No DL metal on this route right now. Anybody know what's happening with JFK-LHR?
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:19 am

jagraham wrote:
Great work!

CR2 departures are 372, or 11% of hub flying. Will be interesting to see how this changes as the A220 comes into the fleet.

Also, I am curious about JFK-LHR. Looks like 2 DL flights for S19. When I checked tomorrow (4/18) and Friday 4/19 there were only 3 VS codeshares. No DL metal on this route right now. Anybody know what's happening with JFK-LHR?


Not sure what you’re seeing, as both DL1 and DL3 and showing in the schedule for both days.

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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:19 am

Appreciate you putting in the work for this. The kind of stuff that brings me back here.
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:27 am

jagraham wrote:
Great work!

CR2 departures are 372, or 11% of hub flying. Will be interesting to see how this changes as the A220 comes into the fleet.

Also, I am curious about JFK-LHR. Looks like 2 DL flights for S19. When I checked tomorrow (4/18) and Friday 4/19 there were only 3 VS codeshares. No DL metal on this route right now. Anybody know what's happening with JFK-LHR?


I wouldn’t expect to see a change this year. There are how many A221 in service so far, not one CR2 has been parked in the last 6 months
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:30 am

jagraham wrote:
Great work!

CR2 departures are 372, or 11% of hub flying. Will be interesting to see how this changes as the A220 comes into the fleet.

Also, I am curious about JFK-LHR. Looks like 2 DL flights for S19. When I checked tomorrow (4/18) and Friday 4/19 there were only 3 VS codeshares. No DL metal on this route right now. Anybody know what's happening with JFK-LHR?


I wouldn’t expect to see a change this year. There are how many A221 in service so far, not one CR2 has been parked in the last 6 months
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:37 am

This (along with the UA and AA equivalents) is a fantastic analysis! Thanks :)

FSDan wrote:
I'm also using airline-agnostic aircraft codes, so if a given airline classifies their 737-700s as "73W" (looking at you, DL), the data here will still show "73G" instead.


Not to nitpick, just to point out that in true airline agnostic-ness 73G is a 737-700 without winglets (because 737 is the generic '737 all series'), and 73W is a 737-700 with winglets. So DL (and VA here in Oz) is right to use 73W.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:41 am

SESGDL wrote:
jagraham wrote:
Great work!

CR2 departures are 372, or 11% of hub flying. Will be interesting to see how this changes as the A220 comes into the fleet.

Also, I am curious about JFK-LHR. Looks like 2 DL flights for S19. When I checked tomorrow (4/18) and Friday 4/19 there were only 3 VS codeshares. No DL metal on this route right now. Anybody know what's happening with JFK-LHR?


Not sure what you’re seeing, as both DL1 and DL3 and showing in the schedule for both days.

Jeremy


Thanks much! It appears Google does not do a full 24 hr search when "DL JFK to LHR" is entered. But when I enter DL1 or DL3 individually, they show up.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 1:57 am

TTailedTiger wrote:
Starting in September CVG-DCA moves to all mainline.

2X 717-200
1X 737-800


3x 717-200 you mean

Fargo wrote:
Midwestindy wrote:
Fargo wrote:
What about AUS and BNA? Can someone show the flight totals for those stations?


IND
CR2: 1
E170: 6
CR9: 9
E175: 4
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 2
B757: 1
B767: 1
41 Departures
15 Destinations
51% mainline

BNA
CR7: 2
E170: 1
CR9: 4
E175:8
B717: 10
A319: 1
MD88: 4
A320: 1
MD90: 4
B738: 4
B739: 3
42 Departures
64% of Mainline

AUS
CR9: 2
E175: 1
A319: 9
A320: 6
A321: 10
28 Departures
89% Mainline


Thanks! Forgot about IND as well. Interesting that BNA is ahead in mainline % and departures. I thought IND would’ve been ahead.

I wonder what flight that E75 is operating? I though everything out of AUS except RDU and CVG was going mainline this summer.


Here is 2018
BNA
CR9: 12
E75: 7
-----------
717: 6
M88: 11
319: 1
738: 4
Total = 41 (11 destinations)
53.7% mainline

IND
CR2: 2 (temporary)
E170: 5
E175: 4
CR9: 9
——
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 1
B752: 1
B763: 1
40 Departures (50% mainline)
15 Destinations

I believe a lot of the growth from BNA has come from DL upguaging ATL, in addition, I think there was a sizable increase in mainline to MSP and DTW from BNA
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:03 am

Always love these threads, FSDan! Thanks for sharing your work.

A couple of Wisconsin contributions

MKE
CR9: 5
E175: 4
717: 2
A319:5
M88: 3
M80: 5
739: 3
A321: 2
29 Departures
69% Mainline

MSN
CR7: 1
CR9: 7
E170: 1
E175: 4
717: 6
A321: 1
757: 1
21 Departures
38% Mainline
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:16 am

Thanks for putting this together FSDan and others!
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:42 am

Midwestindy wrote:
TTailedTiger wrote:
Starting in September CVG-DCA moves to all mainline.

2X 717-200
1X 737-800


3x 717-200 you mean

Fargo wrote:
Midwestindy wrote:

IND
CR2: 1
E170: 6
CR9: 9
E175: 4
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 2
B757: 1
B767: 1
41 Departures
15 Destinations
51% mainline

BNA
CR7: 2
E170: 1
CR9: 4
E175:8
B717: 10
A319: 1
MD88: 4
A320: 1
MD90: 4
B738: 4
B739: 3
42 Departures
64% of Mainline

AUS
CR9: 2
E175: 1
A319: 9
A320: 6
A321: 10
28 Departures
89% Mainline


Thanks! Forgot about IND as well. Interesting that BNA is ahead in mainline % and departures. I thought IND would’ve been ahead.

I wonder what flight that E75 is operating? I though everything out of AUS except RDU and CVG was going mainline this summer.


Here is 2018
BNA
CR9: 12
E75: 7
-----------
717: 6
M88: 11
319: 1
738: 4
Total = 41 (11 destinations)
53.7% mainline

IND
CR2: 2 (temporary)
E170: 5
E175: 4
CR9: 9
——
B717: 2
A319: 5
MD88: 10
B738: 1
B752: 1
B763: 1
40 Departures (50% mainline)
15 Destinations

I believe a lot of the growth from BNA has come from DL upguaging ATL, in addition, I think there was a sizable increase in mainline to MSP and DTW from BNA


Maybe they've changed it. I'll have to look at my reservation. When I booked MCO-CVG-DCA it was a 738. But I'd prefer a 717 so that's fine with me.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:44 am

mke717spotter wrote:
No more MD-90s at MSP or DTW anymore?

With the shrinking number of active MD-90s, effective in early-June, all the MD-90 flying will be consolidated to ATL. (FNT gets an MD-90 turn from ATL ironically starting in June)
Similar to how the MD-88 consolidated down to ATL-turns only at the end of August 2018.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 2:49 am

Also interesting to note that the E175 has made a comeback at MSP; it was totally gone from there in S18 but it has a pretty decent presence there now, mostly at the expense of CRJ-700 departures going down.

And thank you, FSDan, for making this!
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 3:36 am

Pretty much all mainline at MSY this Summer.

MSY
CR9: 1
717: 3
A319: 5
M88: 2
738: 5
739: 7
757: 2
25 Departures (7 destinations)
96% Mainline
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:12 am

Has Delta communicated a plan to replace the 752 on the below routes when the 752’s are retired? If so, what is the plan?

EUROPE:

EDINBURGH (EDI)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

GLASGOW (GLA)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

LISBON (LIS)
B752: 2 (1x BOS; 1x JFK)
Total: 2

MALAGA (AGP)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

PONTA DELGADA (PDL)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1

REYKJAVIK (KEF)
B752: 2 (1x JFK; 1x MSP)
Total: 2

SHANNON (SNN)
B752: 1 (1x JFK)
Total: 1
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:18 am

FSDan - thanks so much for pulling all of the source data. Last year I collected the 2014 data and the 2018 data, and now I've added in the 2019 data.
I've spend the better part of the last hour or so going through the data, and I'm going to post a couple of different cuts of the data that indicate some interesting trends that are discussion worthy in the context of year-over-year fleet changes, gauge changes, and overall shuffles across the network.
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:22 am

Year over year changes by hub: 2014, 2018, 2019:

ATL
ATL 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 141 119 120
CR7 24 46 12
E70 0 0 4
E75 0 0 0
CR9 55 43 90
717 94 115 105
221 0 0 0
73G 18 26 22
319 25 5 2
M88 239 293 215
M90 85 50 85
320 36 53 39
738 34 25 42
739 32 80 111
321 0 85 88
752 140 75 92
753 16 8 11
763 27 8 7
764 8 11 9
332 0 1 1
333 4 9 7
772 0 0 3
77L 5 4 4
359 0 1 1
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 984 1057 1070

DTW
DTW 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 37 0 0
CR2 172 93 86
CR7 43 64 52
E70 1 6 6
E75 11 4 0
CR9 45 90 113
717 18 44 33
221 0 0 7
73G 0 0 0
319 39 21 28
M88 28 0 0
M90 13 21 0
320 21 14 24
738 10 12 2
739 9 32 28
321 0 11 38
752 19 20 21
753 1 7 6
763 8 3 6
764 2 0 1
332 0 2 2
333 4 4 3
772 3 0 0
77L 3 0 0
359 0 5 5
744 2 0 0
TOTAL 489 453 461

MSP
MSP 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 5 0 0
CR2 132 90 85
CR7 11 38 16
E70 16 0 0
E75 26 0 31
CR9 56 75 69
717 0 43 45
221 0 0 4
73G 0 0 0
319 27 31 48
M88 21 0 0
M90 57 48 0
320 42 25 22
738 12 9 15
739 2 31 43
321 0 16 36
752 26 28 22
753 11 6 6
763 7 2 1
764 1 0 1
332 2 0 0
333 2 3 3
772 0 2 3
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 457 447 450

SLC
SLC 2014 2018 2019
EM2 16 0 0
CR2 61 41 44
CR7 36 14 9
E70 0 0 0
E75 7 53 61
CR9 34 16 7
717 0 15 13
221 0 0 11
73G 0 0 0
319 22 15 27
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 11 0
320 37 14 15
738 19 39 31
739 6 25 30
321 0 18 17
752 22 7 10
753 1 0 2
763 2 4 4
764 0 0 0
332 1 0 0
333 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0
TOTAL 264 272 281

LGA
LGA 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 15 0 0
CR2 6 20 18
CR7 79 7 0
E70 28 35 29
E75 42 56 74
CR9 40 80 62
717 0 16 19
221 0 0 13
73G 0 0 0
319 22 22 20
M88 24 0 0
M90 6 0 0
320 10 22 12
738 0 2 3
739 3 1 0
321 0 14 29
752 3 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 0 0 0
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 278 275 279

JFK
JFK 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 42 0 0
CR2 0 14 19
CR7 4 0 0
E70 0 4 4
E75 0 8 8
CR9 41 67 59
717 0 4 10
221 0 0 0
73G 1 0 0
319 4 12 9
M88 6 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 4 19 12
738 45 9 9
739 0 30 33
321 0 3 12
752 31 30 33
753 0 0 0
763 15 10 9
764 6 9 9
332 1 5 5
333 4 8 10
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 2 0 0
TOTAL 206 232 241

SEA
SEA 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 4 0 0
E70 0 0 0
E75 16 67 59
CR9 8 0 0
717 0 16 10
221 0 0 2
73G 0 0 0
319 0 5 4
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 1 0 10
738 7 28 26
739 6 23 37
321 0 0 0
752 15 20 10
753 4 7 9
763 11 5 5
764 0 0 0
332 3 0 0
333 2 1 1
339 0 0 1
772 1 2 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 1
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 78 174 175

LAX
LAX 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 12 0 0
E70 0 0 0
E75 28 38 35
CR9 23 0 0
717 0 13 12
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 0
319 4 10 2
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 7 0 10
738 19 41 22
739 5 16 30
321 0 5 15
752 21 26 21
753 4 8 7
763 16 5 4
764 0 3 4
332 0 1 0
333 0 0 2
339 0 0 0
772 0 1 0
77L 2 2 3
359 0 1 2
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 142 170 169

BOS
BOS 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 3 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 0 8 0
E70 0 6 20
E75 19 15 25
CR9 15 21 17
717 0 7 6
221 0 0 1
73G 0 0 0
319 9 6 3
M88 4 0 0
M90 2 1 0
320 7 10 7
738 10 8 10
739 0 5 3
321 0 16 21
752 5 5 10
753 0 0 0
763 1 3 4
764 1 0 0
332 1 0 1
333 1 1 1
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 78 112 129

RDU
RDU 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 8 0 0
CR2 7 5 6
CR7 11 8 10
E70 0 3 0
E75 0 5 4
CR9 19 16 26
717 0 12 10
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 0
319 2 0 0
M88 4 8 4
M90 6 1 2
320 3 3 8
738 3 4 3
739 0 0 1
321 0 3 5
752 3 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 0 1 1
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 66 69 80

CVG
CVG 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 10 0 0
CR2 44 20 17
CR7 5 10 11
E70 0 0 0
E75 0 0 0
CR9 25 26 26
717 0 2 0
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 1
319 1 0 0
M88 9 1 0
M90 0 5 0
320 4 3 0
738 7 12 20
739 0 2 3
321 0 0 1
752 0 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 1 1 1
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 106 82 80
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:22 am

Widebody lens:

ATL
763: 7
764: 9
332: 1
333: 7
772: 3
77L: 4
359: 1
Total = 32


DTW
763: 6
764: 1
332: 2
333: 3
359: 5
Total = 17


MSP
763: 1
764: 1
333: 3
772: 3
Total = 8


SLC
763: 4
Total = 4


JFK
763: 9
764: 9
332: 5
333: 10
Total = 33


SEA
763: 5
333: 1
339: 1
359: 1
Total = 8


LAX
763: 4
764: 4
333: 2
77L: 3
359: 2
Total = 15


BOS
763: 4
332: 1
333: 1
Total = 6
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:29 am

The next cut is by gauge size / class. Since in many cases fleet types:
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ)
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75)
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221)
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90)
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753)
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L)

ATL 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 141 119 120 1 -21
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 79 89 106 17 27
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 137 146 129 -17 -8
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 394 421 381 -40 -13
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 188 248 302 54 114
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 45 34 32 -2 -13
Total 984 1057 1070 13 86

DTW 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 209 93 86 -7 -123
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 100 164 171 7 71
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 57 65 68 3 11
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 72 47 26 -21 -46
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 29 70 93 23 64
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 22 14 17 3 -5
Total 489 453 461 8 -28

MSP 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 137 90 85 -5 -52
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 109 113 116 3 7
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 27 74 97 23 70
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 132 82 37 -45 -95
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 39 81 107 26 68
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 13 7 8 1 -5
Total 457 447 450 3 -7

SLC 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 77 41 44 3 -33
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 77 83 77 -6 0
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 22 30 51 21 29
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 56 64 46 -18 -10
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 29 50 59 9 30
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 3 4 4 0 1
Total 264 272 281 9 17

LGA 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 21 20 18 -2 -3
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 189 178 165 -13 -24
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 22 38 52 14 30
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 40 24 15 -9 -25
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 6 15 29 14 23
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 0 0 0 0 0
Total 278 275 279 4 1

JFK 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 42 14 19 5 -23
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 45 79 71 -8 26
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 5 16 19 3 14
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 55 28 21 -7 -34
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 31 63 78 15 47
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 28 32 33 1 5
Total 206 232 241 9 35

SEA 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 0 0 0 0 0
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 28 67 59 -8 31
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 0 21 16 -5 16
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 8 28 36 8 28
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 25 50 56 6 31
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 17 8 8 0 -9
Total 78 174 175 1 97

LAX 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 0 0 0 0 0
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 63 38 35 -3 -28
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 4 23 14 -9 10
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 26 41 32 -9 6
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 30 55 73 18 43
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 19 13 15 2 -4
Total 142 170 169 -1 27

BOS 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 3 0 0 0 -3
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 34 50 62 12 28
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 9 13 10 -3 1
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 23 19 17 -2 -6
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 5 26 34 8 29
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 4 4 6 2 2
Total 78 112 129 17 51

RDU 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 15 5 6 1 -9
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 30 32 40 8 10
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 2 12 10 -2 8
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 16 16 17 1 1
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 3 3 6 3 3
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 0 1 1 0 1
Total 66 69 80 11 14


CVG 2014 2018 2019 2019 vs 2018 2019 vs 2014
50 Seat (ERJ, CRJ) 54 20 17 -3 -37
2-class RJ (CR7, CR9, E70, E75) 30 36 37 1 7
Small Narrowbody ~120 seat (73G, 717, 319, 221) 1 2 1 -1 0
Medium Narrowbody ~150 seat (320, 738, M88, M90) 20 21 20 -1 0
Large Narrowbody >180 seat (321, 739, 752, 753) 0 2 4 2 4
Widebody (332, 333, 359, 744, 777, 77L) 1 1 1 0 0
Total 106 82 80 -2 -26
 
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:31 am

Total by class/type

Class/Type Sum of 2014 Sum of 2018 Sum of 2019
1_50 Seat RJ/Prop 699 402 395
EM2 16 0 0
ERJ 120 0 0
CR2 563 402 395

2_2-Class RJ 784 929 939
CR7 229 195 110
CR9 361 434 469
E70 45 54 63
E75 149 246 297

3_Small NB 286 440 467
221 0 0 38
319 155 127 143
717 112 287 263
73G 19 26 23

4_Medium NB 842 791 648
320 172 163 159
738 166 189 183
M88 335 302 219
M90 169 137 87

5_Large NB 385 663 841
321 0 171 262
739 63 245 319
752 285 211 219
753 37 36 41

6_Widebody 152 118 125
332 8 9 9
333 17 26 27
339 0 0 1
763 88 42 42
764 18 23 24
772 4 5 6
77L 10 6 7
359 0 7 9
744 7 0 0

Grand Total 3148 3343 3415
 
jbs2886
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Re: DL S19 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Thu Apr 18, 2019 4:31 am

PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
Year over year changes by hub: 2014, 2018, 2019:

ATL
ATL 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 141 119 120
CR7 24 46 12
E70 0 0 4
E75 0 0 0
CR9 55 43 90
717 94 115 105
221 0 0 0
73G 18 26 22
319 25 5 2
M88 239 293 215
M90 85 50 85
320 36 53 39
738 34 25 42
739 32 80 111
321 0 85 88
752 140 75 92
753 16 8 11
763 27 8 7
764 8 11 9
332 0 1 1
333 4 9 7
772 0 0 3
77L 5 4 4
359 0 1 1
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 984 1057 1070

DTW
DTW 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 37 0 0
CR2 172 93 86
CR7 43 64 52
E70 1 6 6
E75 11 4 0
CR9 45 90 113
717 18 44 33
221 0 0 7
73G 0 0 0
319 39 21 28
M88 28 0 0
M90 13 21 0
320 21 14 24
738 10 12 2
739 9 32 28
321 0 11 38
752 19 20 21
753 1 7 6
763 8 3 6
764 2 0 1
332 0 2 2
333 4 4 3
772 3 0 0
77L 3 0 0
359 0 5 5
744 2 0 0
TOTAL 489 453 461

MSP
MSP 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 5 0 0
CR2 132 90 85
CR7 11 38 16
E70 16 0 0
E75 26 0 31
CR9 56 75 69
717 0 43 45
221 0 0 4
73G 0 0 0
319 27 31 48
M88 21 0 0
M90 57 48 0
320 42 25 22
738 12 9 15
739 2 31 43
321 0 16 36
752 26 28 22
753 11 6 6
763 7 2 1
764 1 0 1
332 2 0 0
333 2 3 3
772 0 2 3
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 457 447 450

SLC
SLC 2014 2018 2019
EM2 16 0 0
CR2 61 41 44
CR7 36 14 9
E70 0 0 0
E75 7 53 61
CR9 34 16 7
717 0 15 13
221 0 0 11
73G 0 0 0
319 22 15 27
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 11 0
320 37 14 15
738 19 39 31
739 6 25 30
321 0 18 17
752 22 7 10
753 1 0 2
763 2 4 4
764 0 0 0
332 1 0 0
333 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0
TOTAL 264 272 281

LGA
LGA 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 15 0 0
CR2 6 20 18
CR7 79 7 0
E70 28 35 29
E75 42 56 74
CR9 40 80 62
717 0 16 19
221 0 0 13
73G 0 0 0
319 22 22 20
M88 24 0 0
M90 6 0 0
320 10 22 12
738 0 2 3
739 3 1 0
321 0 14 29
752 3 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 0 0 0
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 278 275 279

JFK
JFK 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 42 0 0
CR2 0 14 19
CR7 4 0 0
E70 0 4 4
E75 0 8 8
CR9 41 67 59
717 0 4 10
221 0 0 0
73G 1 0 0
319 4 12 9
M88 6 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 4 19 12
738 45 9 9
739 0 30 33
321 0 3 12
752 31 30 33
753 0 0 0
763 15 10 9
764 6 9 9
332 1 5 5
333 4 8 10
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 2 0 0
TOTAL 206 232 241

SEA
SEA 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 4 0 0
E70 0 0 0
E75 16 67 59
CR9 8 0 0
717 0 16 10
221 0 0 2
73G 0 0 0
319 0 5 4
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 1 0 10
738 7 28 26
739 6 23 37
321 0 0 0
752 15 20 10
753 4 7 9
763 11 5 5
764 0 0 0
332 3 0 0
333 2 1 1
339 0 0 1
772 1 2 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 1
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 78 174 175

LAX
LAX 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 0 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 12 0 0
E70 0 0 0
E75 28 38 35
CR9 23 0 0
717 0 13 12
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 0
319 4 10 2
M88 0 0 0
M90 0 0 0
320 7 0 10
738 19 41 22
739 5 16 30
321 0 5 15
752 21 26 21
753 4 8 7
763 16 5 4
764 0 3 4
332 0 1 0
333 0 0 2
339 0 0 0
772 0 1 0
77L 2 2 3
359 0 1 2
744 1 0 0
TOTAL 142 170 169

BOS
BOS 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 3 0 0
CR2 0 0 0
CR7 0 8 0
E70 0 6 20
E75 19 15 25
CR9 15 21 17
717 0 7 6
221 0 0 1
73G 0 0 0
319 9 6 3
M88 4 0 0
M90 2 1 0
320 7 10 7
738 10 8 10
739 0 5 3
321 0 16 21
752 5 5 10
753 0 0 0
763 1 3 4
764 1 0 0
332 1 0 1
333 1 1 1
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 78 112 129

RDU
RDU 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 8 0 0
CR2 7 5 6
CR7 11 8 10
E70 0 3 0
E75 0 5 4
CR9 19 16 26
717 0 12 10
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 0
319 2 0 0
M88 4 8 4
M90 6 1 2
320 3 3 8
738 3 4 3
739 0 0 1
321 0 3 5
752 3 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 0 1 1
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 66 69 80

CVG
CVG 2014 2018 2019
ERJ 10 0 0
CR2 44 20 17
CR7 5 10 11
E70 0 0 0
E75 0 0 0
CR9 25 26 26
717 0 2 0
221 0 0 0
73G 0 0 1
319 1 0 0
M88 9 1 0
M90 0 5 0
320 4 3 0
738 7 12 20
739 0 2 3
321 0 0 1
752 0 0 0
753 0 0 0
763 1 1 1
764 0 0 0
332 0 0 0
333 0 0 0
339 0 0 0
772 0 0 0
77L 0 0 0
359 0 0 0
744 0 0 0
TOTAL 106 82 80


The 763 (non-ER) removal really puts a dent in the WB flights for a number of hubs.

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