Love the 2021 vs 2020 comparisons.
I get the feeling that in the future 2020 will be left out as such an anomaly.
Good to see the new ITA should be here again.
It’s nice to see the place alive again.
One of my colleagues used to compare the main airline office hallway to an abandoned mine town. Notes on all the doors dated Feb 2020 stating that they were closing down just for 2 weeks. Offices untouched since immediately after their last flight departed. Most of those have since reopened, but there’s still a few.
I think just as interesting is the comparison to 2019
So I’ve adapted Iyerhari’s post accordingly
Logan June-2021 numbers are out:
June-2021 pax: 2,121,185
June-2019 pax: 3,946,406
YTD total pax: 7,834,104,
YTD international pax: 792,383, 20,357,147
Detailed numbers for June-2021:
Jun-21 Jun-19% change
Domestic Charter 502 626
Domestic Commuter 223,453 241,280
Domestic Jet 1,682,727 2,846,383
Total Domestic 1,906,682 3,088,289
Bermuda/Bahamas/Caribbean 109,399 109,218
Canada 3,561 95,096
Central America 5,764 23,391
Europe 62,902 482,967
Middle East 21,476 70,010
South America - 7,604
Trans-Pacific 3,445 - 57,917
Australia - -
North Africa - 1,674
Other International - -
Total International 206,547 847,877
General Aviation 7,956 10,240
Total airport passengers 2,121,185 3,946,406
So interestingly Caribbean traffic is higher than pre Covid along with the smaller commuter traffic is almost there.
Overall domestic traffic is back to 61% of per Covid numbers
International unsurprisingly is around 1/4 because of the travel bans still in place. Be interesting to see what happens to the Canadian numbers when the shackles get released soon. UK numbers should increase a bit, but everything else is going to stay depressed until things get changed (which I know is looking unlikely given the increase in cases)