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AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Sat Dec 25, 2021 7:00 am

With the aviation world slowly returning to (*a new*) normal post COVID, I thought it would be fun to resuscitate the old posts that FSDan used to put out that walked through the daily departures at various airline hubs across North America split out by aircraft type. My hope with this thread is to help paint a picture of how various US (and one Canadian) airline(s) are planning to deploy their fleet in Summer 2022. To measure this, I picked a random Thursday (July 14) in the middle of the summer and grabbed schedule data for each of the airlines above. In this thread, I'll be walking through the legacy/full service carriers in North America. In a separate thread, I plan to tabulate data for B6, WS, WN, NK, F9, NK, and G4 (the non-legacy airlines).

Previous Threads from FSDan

2018:
AA - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396833
UA - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396837
DL - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1396835

2019:
AA - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1420609
UA - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1420611

Notes/Disclaimers

    I collected the data by hand, so there may be a few discrepancies but I've got a lot of confidence in the data as a whole
    The schedule data is correct as of last week, but airlines are always tweaking and adjusting their schedules so if you were to take a look at them on the day you're reading this thread, there may be some differences in frequency or aircraft type that affect these figures
    In this thread, I've collected data for both true hubs and focus cities. For the focus cities, I leaned on the self-declared focus cities by the airlines, but also limited collection to airports that meet this criterion that also have service to 5+ non-hub destinations.
    For the most part I didn't split out subfleets (e.g. international 757-200s vs domestic ones at Delta Air Lines). The only exception is American's transcontinental A321 fleet. I also combined the 737-900 and 737-900ER at airlines that operate both types
    At Alaska and Air Canada, I grouped the Q400 turboprop with the single-class RJs because even though they have 70+ seats, they don't have a First Class cabin. Similarly, I grouped the CRJ-550 at United as a two-class RJ even though it has 50 seats.

American Airlines (AA)

DFW

CRJ-700: 72
CRJ-900: 101
E145: 80
E175: 129
A319: 118
A320: 1
A321: 194
A321T:
A321neo: 3
737-800: 272
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER: 12
777-300ER: 4
787-8: 4
787-9: 7

TOTAL: 997
Mainline: 615 (61.7%)
Regional: 382 (38.3%)

One-Class RJ: 80
Two-Class RJ: 302
Narrowbody: 588
Widebody: 27

CLT

CRJ-700: 100
CRJ-900: 184
E145: 61
E175: 42
A319: 84
A320: 68
A321: 129
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 72
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER: 7
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 747
Mainline: 360 (48.2%)
Regional: 387 (51.8%)

One-Class RJ: 61
Two-Class RJ: 326
Narrowbody: 353
Widebody: 7

ORD

CRJ-700: 82
CRJ-900:
E145: 105
E175: 134
A319: 39
A320:
A321: 52
A321T:
A321neo: 2
737-800: 125
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER:
777-300ER:
787-8: 4
787-9: 6

TOTAL: 549
Mainline: 228 (41.5%)
Regional: 321 (58.5%)

One-Class RJ: 105
Two-Class RJ: 216
Narrowbody: 218
Widebody: 10

PHL

CRJ-700: 49
CRJ-900: 8
E145: 112
E175: 36
A319: 43
A320: 15
A321: 75
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 21
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER:
777-300ER:
787-8: 10
787-9: 2

TOTAL: 371
Mainline: 166 (44.7%)
Regional: 205 (55.3%)

One-Class RJ: 112
Two-Class RJ: 93
Narrowbody: 154
Widebody: 12

MIA

CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145: 1
E175: 51
A319: 38
A320:
A321: 24
A321T:
A321neo: 4
737-800: 178
737 MAX 8: 25
777-200ER: 11
777-300ER: 3
787-8: 6
787-9:

TOTAL: 341
Mainline: 289 (84.8%)
Regional: 52 (15.2%)

One-Class RJ: 1
Two-Class RJ: 51
Narrowbody: 269
Widebody: 20

PHX

CRJ-700: 38
CRJ-900: 54
E145:
E175:
A319: 39
A320: 27
A321: 46
A321T:
A321neo: 13
737-800: 45
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER: 1
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 263
Mainline: 171 (65.0%)
Regional: 92 (35.0%)

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 92
Narrowbody: 170
Widebody: 1

DCA

CRJ-700: 86
CRJ-900: 4
E145:
E175: 73
A319: 35
A320: 11
A321: 4
A321T:
A321neo: 8
737-800: 24
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 245
Mainline: 82 (33.5%)
Regional: 163 (66.5%)

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 163
Narrowbody: 82
Widebody: 0

LAX

CRJ-700: 37
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 14
A319: 18
A320: 1
A321: 53
A321T: 16
A321neo: 25
737-800: 13
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER: 3
777-300ER: 3
787-8:
787-9: 3

TOTAL: 186
Mainline: 135 (72.6%)
Regional: 51 (27.4%)

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 51
Narrowbody: 126
Widebody: 9

LGA

CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 74
A319: 22
A320: 2
A321: 14
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 25
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 137
Mainline: 63 (46.0%)
Regional: 74 (54.0%)

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 74
Narrowbody: 63
Widebody: 0

BOS

CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145: 5
E175: 14
A319: 29
A320: 1
A321: 26
A321T: 7
A321neo:
737-800: 20
737 MAX 8:
777-200ER: 2
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 104
Mainline: 85 (81.7%)
Regional: 19 (18.3%)

One-Class RJ: 5
Two-Class RJ: 14
Narrowbody: 83
Widebody: 2

JFK

CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 13
A319: 4
A320: 1
A321:
A321T: 21
A321neo:
737-800: 33
737 MAX 8: 2
777-200ER: 10
777-300ER: 3
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 87
Mainline: 74 (85.1%)
Regional: 13 (14.9%)
One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 13
Narrowbody: 61
Widebody: 13

AUS

CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 23
A319: 11
A320: 1
A321: 12
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 24
737 MAX 8: 4
777-200ER:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 75
Mainline: 52 (69.3%)
Regional: 23 (30.7%)

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 23
Narrowbody: 52
Widebody: 0

Delta Air Lines (DL)

ATL

CRJ-200: 32
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900: 92
E175: 2
A220-100:
A220-300:
A319: 16
A320: 87
A321: 209
717-200: 103
737-800: 60
737-900: 133
757-200: 108
757-300: 12
767-300ER: 6
767-400ER: 5
A330-200: 3
A330-300: 11
A350-900: 3
A330-900:

TOTAL: 882
Mainline: 756: 85.7%
Regional: 126: 14.3%

One-Class RJ: 32
Two-Class RJ: 94
Narrowbody: 728
Widebody: 28

DTW
CRJ-200: 50
CRJ-700: 13
CRJ-900: 89
E175: 13
A220-100: 8
A220-300:
A319: 25
A320: 4
A321: 54
717-200: 57
737-800: 3
737-900: 34
757-200: 2
757-300: 10
767-300ER:
767-400ER: 2
A330-200: 1
A330-300:
A350-900: 8
A330-900: 1

TOTAL: 374
Mainline: 209: 55.9%
Regional: 165: 44.1%

One-Class RJ: 50
Two-Class RJ: 115
Narrowbody: 197
Widebody: 12

MSP
CRJ-200: 40
CRJ-700: 2
CRJ-900: 76
E175: 1
A220-100: 8
A220-300: 1
A319: 61
A320: 30
A321: 59
717-200: 10
737-800: 2
737-900: 46
757-200: 3
757-300: 3
767-300ER: 1
767-400ER: 1
A330-200:
A330-300: 2
A350-900:
A330-900: 3

TOTAL: 349
Mainline: 230: 65.9%
Regional: 119: 34.1%

One-Class RJ: 40
Two-Class RJ: 79
Narrowbody: 223
Widebody: 7

SLC

CRJ-200: 24
CRJ-700: 9
CRJ-900: 4
E175: 68
A220-100: 27
A220-300: 1
A319: 17
A320: 12
A321: 24
717-200:
737-800: 25
737-900: 44
757-200: 15
757-300:
767-300ER: 1
767-400ER:
A330-200: 1
A330-300:
A350-900:
A330-900: 1

TOTAL: 273
Mainline: 168: 61.5%
Regional: 105: 38.5%

One-Class RJ: 24
Two-Class RJ: 81
Narrowbody: 165
Widebody: 3

LGA

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900: 107
E175: 72
A220-100: 16
A220-300: 13
A319: 3
A320:
A321: 46
717-200:
737-800: 8
737-900:
757-200:
757-300:
767-300ER:
767-400ER:
A330-200:
A330-300:
A350-900:
A330-900:

TOTAL: 265
Mainline: 86: 32.5%
Regional: 179: 67.5%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 179
Narrowbody: 86
Widebody: 0

JFK

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900: 54
E175: 21
A220-100: 3
A220-300:
A319: 8
A320: 3
A321: 14
717-200:
737-800: 6
737-900: 38
757-200: 16
757-300:
767-300ER: 19
767-400ER: 10
A330-200: 2
A330-300: 8
A350-900:
A330-900: 2

TOTAL: 204
Mainline: 129: 63.2%
Regional: 75: 36.8%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 75
Narrowbody: 88
Widebody: 41

BOS

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900: 4
E175: 66
A220-100: 26
A220-300: 1
A319: 2
A320: 2
A321: 27
717-200:
737-800: 12
737-900: 7
757-200: 10
757-300:
767-300ER: 3
767-400ER: 1
A330-200:
A330-300: 4
A350-900:
A330-900: 2

TOTAL: 167
Mainline: 97: 58.1%
Regional: 70: 41.9%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 70
Narrowbody: 87
Widebody: 10

SEA

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E175: 53
A220-100: 16
A220-300:
A319:
A320:
A321:
717-200:
737-800: 35
737-900: 34
757-200: 12
757-300: 4
767-300ER:
767-400ER: 1
A330-200:
A330-300: 3
A350-900:
A330-900: 4

TOTAL: 162
Mainline: 109: 67.3%
Regional: 53: 32.7%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 53
Narrowbody: 101
Widebody: 8

LAX

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E175: 42
A220-100: 18
A220-300: 1
A319:
A320: 6
A321: 25
717-200:
737-800: 11
737-900: 23
757-200: 15
757-300: 10
767-300ER: 4
767-400ER: 5
A330-200:
A330-300:
A350-900: 1
A330-900: 1

TOTAL: 162
Mainline: 120: 74.1%
Regional: 42: 25.9%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 42
Narrowbody: 109
Widebody: 11

RDU

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700: 9
CRJ-900: 17
E175: 2
A220-100: 11
A220-300:
A319: 13
A320:
A321: 2
717-200: 4
737-800: 2
737-900: 2
757-200: 9
757-300:
767-300ER:
767-400ER:
A330-200:
A330-300:
A350-900:
A330-900:

TOTAL: 71
Mainline: 43: 60.6%
Regional: 28: 39.4%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 28
Narrowbody: 43
Widebody: 0

United Airlines (UA)

ORD

CRJ-200: 164
CRJ-550: 84
CRJ-700: 4
CRJ-900:
E145:
E170: 56
E175: 62
A319: 73
A320: 47
737-700: 16
737-800: 60
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER: 34
737 MAX 9:
757-200: 3
757-300: 5
767-400ER:
767-300ER: 8
777-200/ER: 1
777-300ER:
787-8: 5
787-9: 7
787-10:

TOTAL: 629
Mainline: 259: 41.2%
Regional: 370: 58.8%

One-Class RJ: 164
Two-Class RJ: 206
Narrowbody: 238
Widebody: 21

DEN

CRJ-200: 182
CRJ-550:
CRJ-700: 16
CRJ-900:
E145: 31
E170:
E175: 76
A319: 59
A320: 39
737-700:
737-800: 59
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER: 51
737 MAX 9: 5
757-200: 5
757-300: 6
767-400ER:
767-300ER:
777-200/ER: 2
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9: 5
787-10:

TOTAL: 536
Mainline: 231: 43.1%
Regional: 305: 56.9%

One-Class RJ: 213
Two-Class RJ: 92
Narrowbody: 224
Widebody: 7

IAH

CRJ-200: 16
CRJ-550:
CRJ-700: 3
CRJ-900:
E145: 110
E170:
E175: 170
A319: 17
A320: 24
737-700: 18
737-800: 61
737 MAX 8: 3
737-900/ER: 60
737 MAX 9: 5
757-200:
757-300: 3
767-400ER:
767-300ER: 6
777-200/ER: 7
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9: 1
787-10:

TOTAL: 504
Mainline: 205: 40.7%
Regional: 299: 59.3%

One-Class RJ: 126
Two-Class RJ: 173
Narrowbody: 191
Widebody: 14

EWR

CRJ-200:
CRJ-550: 107
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145:
E170: 83
E175: 11
A319: 18
A320: 14
737-700: 31
737-800: 53
737 MAX 8: 3
737-900/ER: 46
737 MAX 9:
757-200: 37
757-300:
767-400ER: 5
767-300ER: 23
777-200/ER: 12
777-300ER: 5
787-8:
787-9: 1
787-10: 6

TOTAL: 455
Mainline: 254: 55.8%
Regional: 201: 44.2%

One-Class RJ: 0
Two-Class RJ: 201
Narrowbody: 202
Widebody: 52

SFO

CRJ-200: 84
CRJ-550:
CRJ-700: 5
CRJ-900:
E145:
E170:
E175: 30
A319: 40
A320: 37
737-700:
737-800: 24
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER: 31
737 MAX 9:
757-200: 22
757-300:
767-400ER:
767-300ER:
777-200/ER: 16
777-300ER: 2
787-8:
787-9: 19
787-10: 1

TOTAL: 311
Mainline: 192: 61.7%
Regional: 119: 38.3%

One-Class RJ: 84
Two-Class RJ: 35
Narrowbody: 154
Widebody: 38

IAD

CRJ-200: 63
CRJ-550: 15
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145: 7
E170: 12
E175: 52
A319: 11
A320: 11
737-700: 11
737-800: 30
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER: 23
737 MAX 9:
757-200: 4
757-300:
767-400ER: 5
767-300ER: 4
777-200/ER: 10
777-300ER:
787-8: 5
787-9: 1
787-10:

TOTAL: 264
Mainline: 115: 43.6%
Regional: 149: 56.4%

One-Class RJ: 70
Two-Class RJ: 79
Narrowbody: 90
Widebody: 25

LAX

CRJ-200: 32
CRJ-550:
CRJ-700: 3
CRJ-900:
E145:
E170:
E175: 20
A319: 16
A320: 7
737-700:
737-800: 13
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER: 33
737 MAX 9: 5
757-200: 11
757-300: 4
767-400ER:
767-300ER:
777-200/ER: 4
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9: 5
787-10: 3

TOTAL: 156
Mainline: 101: 64.7%
Regional: 55: 35.3%

One-Class RJ: 32
Two-Class RJ: 23
Narrowbody: 89
Widebody: 12

GUM

CRJ-200:
CRJ-550:
CRJ-700:
CRJ-900:
E145:
E170:
E175:
A319:
A320:
737-700:
737-800: 15
737 MAX 8:
737-900/ER:
737 MAX 9:
757-200:
757-300:
767-400ER:
767-300ER:
777-200/ER: 1
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:
787-10:

TOTAL: 16
Mainline: 16: 100.0%
Regional: 0: 0.0%

One-Class RJ: 0
Two-Class RJ: 0
Narrowbody: 15
Widebody: 1

Air Canada

YYZ

Q400: 28
CRJ-200: 40
CRJ-900: 14
E175: 52
A220-300: 36
A319: 15
A320: 51
A321: 29
737 MAX 8: 36
A330-300: 10
777-200LR: 4
777-300ER: 11
787-8: 2
787-9: 15

TOTAL: 343
Mainline: 209: 60.9%
Regional: 134: 39.1%

One-Class RJ: 68
Two-Class RJ: 66
Narrowbody: 167
Widebody: 42

YUL

Q400: 50
CRJ-200: 10
CRJ-900: 11
E175: 22
A220-300: 19
A319: 11
A320: 18
A321: 4
737 MAX 8: 13
A330-300: 9
777-200LR:
777-300ER: 5
787-8: 2
787-9: 7

TOTAL: 181
Mainline: 88: 48.6%
Regional: 93: 51.4%

One-Class RJ: 60
Two-Class RJ: 33
Narrowbody: 65
Widebody: 23

YVR

Q400: 71
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900: 19
E175:
A220-300: 9
A319: 3
A320: 6
A321:
737 MAX 8: 37
A330-300: 1
777-200LR: 2
777-300ER: 3
787-8: 2
787-9: 9

TOTAL: 162
Mainline: 72: 44.4%
Regional: 90: 55.6%

One-Class RJ: 71
Two-Class RJ: 19
Narrowbody: 55
Widebody: 17

YYC

Q400: 35
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900: 13
E175:
A220-300: 8
A319: 2
A320: 2
A321:
737 MAX 8: 29
A330-300:
777-200LR: 1
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9: 4

TOTAL: 94
Mainline: 46: 48.9%
Regional: 48: 51.1%

One-Class RJ: 35
Two-Class RJ: 13
Narrowbody: 41
Widebody: 5

YOW

Q400: 15
CRJ-200: 6
CRJ-900: 9
E175:
A220-300: 4
A319:
A320: 16
A321:
737 MAX 8: 4
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 54
Mainline: 24: 44.4%
Regional: 30: 55.6%

One-Class RJ: 21
Two-Class RJ: 9
Narrowbody: 24
Widebody: 0

YHZ

Q400: 7
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900: 5
E175:
A220-300: 5
A319:
A320: 5
A321:
737 MAX 8: 12
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 34
Mainline: 22: 64.7%
Regional: 12: 35.3%

One-Class RJ: 7
Two-Class RJ: 5
Narrowbody: 22
Widebody: 0

Alaska Airlines

SEA

Q400: 71
E175: 53
A320: 23
A321neo: 5
737-700: 11
737-800: 48
737-900/ER: 137
737 MAX 9: 32

TOTAL: 380
Mainline: 256: 67.4%
Regional: 124: 32.6%

One-Class RJ: 71
Two-Class RJ: 53
Narrowbody: 256

PDX

Q400: 18
E175: 36
A320: 26
A321neo: 2
737-700:
737-800: 14
737-900/ER: 16
737 MAX 9: 6

TOTAL: 118
Mainline: 64: 54.2%
Regional: 54: 45.8%

One-Class RJ: 18
Two-Class RJ: 36
Narrowbody: 64

SFO

Q400:
E175: 48
A320: 27
A321neo: 5
737-700:
737-800: 3
737-900/ER: 10
737 MAX 9: 6

TOTAL: 99
Mainline: 51: 51.5%
Regional: 48: 48.5%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 48
Narrowbody: 51

LAX

Q400:
E175: 36
A320: 27
A321neo: 7
737-700:
737-800: 7
737-900/ER: 8
737 MAX 9: 2

TOTAL: 87
Mainline: 51: 58.6%
Regional: 36: 41.4%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 36
Narrowbody: 51

SAN

Q400:
E175: 40
A320: 6
A321neo:
737-700:
737-800: 8
737-900/ER: 16
737 MAX 9:

TOTAL: 70
Mainline: 30: 42.9%
Regional: 40: 57.1%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 40
Narrowbody: 30

ANC

Q400:
E175: 13
A320:
A321neo:
737-700: 17
737-800: 9
737-900/ER: 19
737 MAX 9: 7

TOTAL: 65
Mainline: 52: 80.0%
Regional: 13: 20.0%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 13
Narrowbody: 52

SJC

Q400:
E175: 18
A320: 2
A321neo:
737-700:
737-800: 10
737-900/ER: 7
737 MAX 9: 1

TOTAL: 38
Mainline: 20: 52.6%
Regional: 18: 47.4%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 18
Narrowbody: 20

BOI

Q400: 8
E175: 22
A320: 1
A321neo:
737-700:
737-800: 2
737-900/ER: 1
737 MAX 9:

TOTAL: 34
Mainline: 4: 11.8%
Regional: 30: 88.2%

One-Class RJ: 8
Two-Class RJ: 22
Narrowbody: 4

Hawaiian Airlines (HA)

HNL

717-200: 75
A321neo: 7
A330-200: 21

TOTAL: 103
Narrowbody: 82
Widebody: 21

OGG

717-200: 34
A321neo: 9
A330-200: 2

TOTAL: 45
Narrowbody: 43
Widebody: 2

Miscellaneous Fun Trivia

In addition to the raw summaries above, I thought it would be fun to call out a few pieces of interesting trivia and rankings

Hubs & Focus Cities Ranked By Daily Departures

DFW (AA) - 997
ATL (DL) - 882
CLT (AA) - 747
ORD (UA) - 629
ORD (AA) - 549
DEN (UA) - 536
IAH (UA) - 504
EWR (UA) - 455
SEA (AS) - 380
DTW (DL) - 374
PHL (AA) - 371
MSP (DL) - 349
YYZ (AC) - 343
MIA (AA) - 341
SFO (UA) - 311
SLC (DL) - 273
LGA (DL) - 265
IAD (UA) - 264
PHX (AA) - 245
JFK (DL) - 204
LAX (AA) - 186
YUL (AC) - 181
BOS (DL) - 167
LAX (DL) - 162
SEA (DL) - 162
YVR (AC) - 162
LAX (UA) - 156
LGA (AA) - 137
PDX (AS) - 118
BOS (AA) - 104
HNL (HA) - 103
SFO (AS) - 99
YYC (AC) - 94
LAX (AS) - 87
JFK (AA) - 87
AUS (AA) - 75
RDU (DL) - 71
SAN (AS) - 70
ANC (AS) - 65
YOW (AC) - 54
OGG (HA) - 45
SJC (AS) - 38
BOI (AS) - 34
YHZ (AC) - 34

Highest % Mainline (min 105 departures)

ATL (DL) - 85.7%
MIA (AA) - 84.8%
LAX (DL) - 74.1%
LAX (AA) - 72.6%
SEA (AS) - 67.4%
SEA (DL) - 67.3%
MSP (DL) - 65.9%
PHX (AA) - 65.0%
LAX (UA) - 64.7%
JFK (DL) - 63.2%
SFO (UA) - 61.7%
DFW (AA) - 61.7%
SLC (DL) - 61.5%
YYZ (AC) - 60.9%
BOS (DL) - 58.1%

Highest % Regional (min. 105 departures/day)

LGA (DL) - 67.5%
DCA (AA) - 66.5%
IAH (UA) - 59.3%
ORD (UA) - 58.8%
ORD (AA) - 58.5%
DEN (UA) - 56.9%
IAD (UA) - 56.4%
YVR (AC) - 55.6%
PHL (AA) - 55.3%
LGA (AA) - 54.0%

10+ Daily Widebody Departures

EWR (UA) - 52
YYZ (AC) - 42
JFK (DL) - 41
SFO (UA) - 38
ATL (DL) - 28
DFW (AA) - 27
IAD (UA) - 25
YUL (AC) - 23
ORD (UA) - 21
HNL (HA) - 21
MIA (AA) - 20
YVR (AC) - 17
IAH (UA) - 14
JFK (AA) - 13
DTW (DL) - 12
LAX (UA) - 12
PHL (AA) - 12
LAX (DL) -11
BOS (DL) - 10
ORD (AA) - 10

50-seat RJ Daily Departures (One-Class)

DEN (UA) - 213
ORD (UA) - 164
IAH (UA) - 126
PHL (AA) - 112
ORD (AA) - 105
SFO (UA) - 84
DFW (AA) - 80
IAD (UA) - 70
CLT (AA) - 61
DTW (DL) - 50

Turboprop Daily Departures

SEA (AS) - 71
YVR (AC) - 71
YUL (AC) - 50
YYC (AC) - 35
YYZ (AC) - 28
PDX (AS) - 18

70+ Daily Departures On A Single Aircraft Type

DFW (AA): 737-800 -- 272
ATL (DL): A321 -- 209
DFW (AA): A321 -- 194
CLT (AA): CRJ-900 -- 184
DEN (UA) - CRJ-200 -- 182
MIA (AA): 737-800 -- 178
IAH (UA) - E175 -- 170
ORD (UA) - CRJ-200 -- 164
SEA (AS): 737-900/ER -- 137
ORD (AA): E175 -- 134
ATL (DL): 737-900ER -- 133
CLT (AA): A321 -- 129
DFW (AA): E175 -- 129
ORD (AA): 737-800 -- 125
DFW (AA): A321 -- 118
PHL (AA): E145 -- 112
IAH (UA): E145 -- 110
ATL (DL): 757-200 -- 108
EWR (UA) - CRJ-550 -- 107
LGA (DL): CRJ-900 -- 107
ORD (AA): E145 -- 105
ATL (DL): 717-200 -- 103
DFW (AA): CRJ-900 -- 101
CLT (AA): CRJ-700 -- 100
ATL (DL): CRJ-900 -- 92
DTW (DL): CRJ-900 -- 89
ATL (DL): A320 -- 87
DCA (AA): CRJ-700 -- 86
CLT (AA): A319 -- 84
SFO (UA) - CRJ-200 -- 84
ORD (UA) - CRJ-550 -- 84
EWR (UA) - E170 -- 83
ORD (AA): CRJ-700 -- 82
DFW (AA): E145 -- 80
DEN (UA) - E175 -- 76
MSP (DL): CRJ-900 -- 76
PHL (AA): A321 -- 75
HNL (HA): 717-200 -- 75
ORD (UA) - A319 -- 73
DCA (AA): E175 -- 73
DFW (AA): CRJ-700 -- 72
LGA (DL): E175 -- 72
SEA (AS): Q400 -- 71
YVR (AC): Q400 -- 71
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 1:26 pm

Great work. Thank you for putting it all together.

Keep in mind though that the US3 and possibly some of the others on this list are using dummy schedules for the domestic summer. There will be plenty of changes between now and March-April when the summer domestic schedules begin to be finalized.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 1:55 pm

Fascinating, thank you for this. So if you want to avoid regional aircraft, stick to UA and GUM. Merry Christmas Everyone.
 
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0 A333s for DL out of DTW. How times have changed.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 2:57 pm

Thanks so much for doing this. These are honestly my favorite types of posts.

Incredible to see how much more flying AA is doing compared with UA and DL. It’ll be interesting next year to compare strategies. Thanks again!

Jeremy
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 3:23 pm

Thanks for all the work - by hand!

Do you have a master worksheet of flights origin/destination/aircraft type? It would be interesting to see avg gauge by hub op, or better IMHO, seats or ASMs by hub. If that's in a Google Docs file you're willing to share I volunteer to do some work.

These threads that discuss data instead of speculation - or inferred eveil intent by managenment or employees - really help develop understanding of the industry.
 
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Interesting how AA at DFW will have more departures than DL at ATL by over 100.
 
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BigGSFO wrote:
Interesting how AA at DFW will have more departures than DL at ATL by over 100.


Yet, I would bet that DL/ATL will still have more ASM's due to larger aircraft but it will be close.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 4:20 pm

Always fascinating! Thank you for all your hard work!

It's amazing how many hubs don't have any 50 seaters. UA really needs to shed some. I wonder if ZW is on it's 9th life? I'm surprised to see DFW over take ATL, probably because DL has cut down so many 50 seats.
 
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Great job! Indeed, fascinating to see data like this!

DL is noted at 2x A330-900 for BOS. I know one is TLV; what’s the second?
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 4:32 pm

Excellent work!

May I add this information to this thread? It was done by destination count:

viewtopic.php?p=23043773
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 4:51 pm

Wow 56% of DTW flight are mainline for DL. I remember in 2019 when it was like ~43% of DL flights were mainline flights. How times have changed.

And DFW easily taking ATL in daily flights is surprising too.
 
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Looks like DFW will hold onto the “World’s Largest Hub” title a bit longer.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 5:32 pm

vin2basketball wrote:
    The schedule data is correct as of last week, but airlines are always tweaking and adjusting their schedules so if you were to take a look at them on the day you're reading this thread, there may be some differences in frequency or aircraft type that affect these figures

RDU

CRJ-200:
CRJ-700: 9
CRJ-900: 17
E175: 2
A220-100: 11
A220-300:
A319: 13
A320:
A321: 2
717-200: 4
737-800: 2
737-900: 2
757-200: 9
757-300:
767-300ER:
767-400ER:
A330-200:
A330-300:
A350-900:
A330-900:

TOTAL: 71
Mainline: 43: 60.6%
Regional: 28: 39.4%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 28
Narrowbody: 43
Widebody: 0


Great work!

Just noticed RDU appears too large.

CR7: 9
CR9: 13
E175: 1
A221: 8
A319: 10
A321: 2
B717: 4

B738: 2
B739: 2
B757: 9

60
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 5:40 pm

Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n
 
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Surprised to see AS in SAN up to 70 daily departures this summer, I feel like it used to be more on par with SJC ~40.
 
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Surprised to see DL running more flights in BOS than SEA and LAX.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 5:59 pm

Excellent work. I'm looking forward to seeing how this evolves once the airlines finalize the summer schedules in the coming months.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 6:34 pm

Great Post- Thank you for all the research, time, effort on this! I had one question, are the AA E170s merged with the 175s for this report? That has a big impact at LGA and a smaller impact at ORD.

Chris
 
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410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n


Well per the title he didn’t do WN….and if you read his post you’d see he plans to do a separate thread for WN and other airlines.
 
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Great work!
 
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Great job, and thanks for including AC!
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 7:30 pm

Ionosphere wrote:
Always fascinating! Thank you for all your hard work!

It's amazing how many hubs don't have any 50 seaters. UA really needs to shed some. I wonder if ZW is on it's 9th life? I'm surprised to see DFW over take ATL, probably because DL has cut down so many 50 seats.


I believe it's UAL's plan to do just that - reduce the number of 50 seaters in the Express fleet.

Big thanks to the OP for compiling this information. It was an enjoyable read.
 
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MIflyer12 wrote:
Thanks for all the work - by hand!

Do you have a master worksheet of flights origin/destination/aircraft type? It would be interesting to see avg gauge by hub op, or better IMHO, seats or ASMs by hub. If that's in a Google Docs file you're willing to share I volunteer to do some work.

These threads that discuss data instead of speculation - or inferred eveil intent by managenment or employees - really help develop understanding of the industry.


Unfortunately I don't. You can still get a rough calculation of gauge and ASMs based on my data above - I'll try to calculate it when I get a chance tonight.
 
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chrisnh wrote:
Great job! Indeed, fascinating to see data like this!

DL is noted at 2x A330-900 for BOS. I know one is TLV; what’s the second?


AMS
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 7:58 pm

N292UX wrote:
Wow 56% of DTW flight are mainline for DL. I remember in 2019 when it was like ~43% of DL flights were mainline flights. How times have changed.

And DFW easily taking ATL in daily flights is surprising too.


DFW taking ATL is definitely a function of how much DL has removed 50-seaters and even large RJs from their ATL operation.

brooklynchris13 wrote:
Great Post- Thank you for all the research, time, effort on this! I had one question, are the AA E170s merged with the 175s for this report? That has a big impact at LGA and a smaller impact at ORD.

Chris


The source I used merged both the E170 and E175s so unfortunately yes

OzarkD9S wrote:
Fascinating, thank you for this. So if you want to avoid regional aircraft, stick to UA and GUM. Merry Christmas Everyone.


Conversely, if you want to fly an RJ at all costs, hit up DL at LGA or AA at DCA.

LAXdude1023 wrote:
Excellent work!

May I add this information to this thread? It was done by destination count:

viewtopic.php?p=23043773


Absolutely, go right ahead!

410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n


I'll be covering WN, B6, etc in a separate thread.

WkndWanderer wrote:
Surprised to see AS in SAN up to 70 daily departures this summer, I feel like it used to be more on par with SJC ~40.


I was a bit surprised to see this too, but anecdotally, a lot of that frequency is on E175s and intra-California. They're much smaller than WN at SAN even now.
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 10:07 pm

410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n


Actually the operation is even larger:

WN at BNA

737-700: 105
737-800: 37
737 MAX 8: 3

TOTAL: 145
 
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Awesome list. Just wondering if it would be possible to do RDU for AA and YEG & YWG for AC?
 
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Sat Dec 25, 2021 11:05 pm

Nothing about summer 22 schedules mean anything right now. Literally just in place so people can make bookings and they can sell tickets.
 
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Dominion301 wrote:
Awesome list. Just wondering if it would be possible to do RDU for AA and YEG & YWG for AC?


RDU (AA)

CRJ-700: 3
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 16
A319: 13
A320: 1
A321: 4
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 19
737 MAX 8: 1
777-200ER: 1
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 58
Mainline: 39: 67.2%
Regional: 19: 32.8%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 19
Narrowbody: 54
Widebody: 1

YEG (AC)

Q400: 10
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900:
E175:
A220-300: 13
A319:
A320:
A321:
737 MAX 8: 9
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 32
Mainline: 22: 68.8%
Regional: 10: 31.3%

One-Class RJ: 10
Two-Class RJ: 0
Narrowbody: 22
Widebody: 0

YWG (AC)

Q400:
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900: 4
E175:
A220-300: 2
A319:
A320: 12
A321:
737 MAX 8:
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 18
Mainline: 14: 77.8%
Regional: 4: 22.2%

One-Class RJ: 0
Two-Class RJ: 4
Narrowbody: 14
Widebody: 0
 
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vin2basketball wrote:
Dominion301 wrote:
Awesome list. Just wondering if it would be possible to do RDU for AA and YEG & YWG for AC?


RDU (AA)

CRJ-700: 3
CRJ-900:
E145:
E175: 16
A319: 13
A320: 1
A321: 4
A321T:
A321neo:
737-800: 19
737 MAX 8: 1
777-200ER: 1
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 58
Mainline: 39: 67.2%
Regional: 19: 32.8%

One-Class RJ:
Two-Class RJ: 19
Narrowbody: 54
Widebody: 1

YEG (AC)

Q400: 10
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900:
E175:
A220-300: 13
A319:
A320:
A321:
737 MAX 8: 9
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 32
Mainline: 22: 68.8%
Regional: 10: 31.3%

One-Class RJ: 10
Two-Class RJ: 0
Narrowbody: 22
Widebody: 0

YWG (AC)

Q400:
CRJ-200:
CRJ-900: 4
E175:
A220-300: 2
A319:
A320: 12
A321:
737 MAX 8:
A330-300:
777-200LR:
777-300ER:
787-8:
787-9:

TOTAL: 18
Mainline: 14: 77.8%
Regional: 4: 22.2%

One-Class RJ: 0
Two-Class RJ: 4
Narrowbody: 14
Widebody: 0


Thanks! AA seems to be holding fairly steady at RDU, whereas AC are massively cutting back at YEG and especially YEG as the latter is currently Canada’s ULCC battleground.
 
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Sun Dec 26, 2021 2:43 am

A lot of work behind the data. However the domestic schedules posted for July 2022 in December 2021 may have nothing to do with what will actually happen. If Covid reverts back to summer 2021 range then I would expect a much more massive domestic schedule from United and delta. Aa and sw are maxed out of aircraft. If Covid gets worse then aa and so will drop greatly. Remember United has 50 777 than are not in the schedule now. When they are added you will have a giant change in the schedule
 
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vin2basketball wrote:
N292UX wrote:
Wow 56% of DTW flight are mainline for DL. I remember in 2019 when it was like ~43% of DL flights were mainline flights. How times have changed.

And DFW easily taking ATL in daily flights is surprising too.


DFW taking ATL is definitely a function of how much DL has removed 50-seaters and even large RJs from their ATL operation.



DL chopped frequencies from a bunch of ATL routes, and many routes altogether comparing July 15, 2019 vs. July 14, 2022.

Not sure AA did anything like that at DFW.

-6/day
    ORD
-4/day
    EWR, MOB
-3/day
    AVL, BTR, CHA, DFW, GNV, IAD, IND, JAX, MEM, MIA, MKE, PIT, SHV
-2/day
    AGS, BHM, BWI, CAE, CHO, CLE, CLT, CRW, DEN, DTW, FAY, FLL, GSO, GSP, HSV, ILM, JFK, LFT, LGA, MCI, MDW, MGM, MSP, ORF, PHL, PNS, RDU, RIC, ROA, SFO, SGF, STL, TLH, TPA, TRI
-1/day
    AEX, ATW, BDL, BMI, BNA, BTV, CHS, CID, CMH, CSG, CVG, DAB, DCA, DHN, EVV, GPT, GRB, GRR, GTR, IAH, LEX, LIT, MCO, MLI, MLU, MSN, MSY, OAJ, OKC, PBI, PDX, SAN, SAV, SBN, SDF, SJC, SJU, SRQ, TUL, TYS, VPS, XNA
CUTS
    AVP, BRU, BUR, CAK, COS, CTG, CZM, DUS, EWN, FNT, FSM, GND, HAV, LNK, MGA, MHT, OAK, PAP, PHF, PIA, PVG, STI, STR, TGU, YVR, ZRH


Meanwhile, DTW is seeing a bunch of routes go all mainline, that saw limited/no mainline pre-covid:

    BUF, CHS, EWR, GRR, IAH, IND, MKE, MSN, MYR, PHL, PVD, SAT, STL
 
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vin2basketball wrote:
410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n


Actually the operation is even larger:

WN at BNA

737-700: 105
737-800: 37
737 MAX 8: 3

TOTAL: 145


If that is the case for BNA, I wonder if it's a matter of time until we see a crew/pilot base at BNA.
 
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avi8 wrote:
vin2basketball wrote:
410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n


Actually the operation is even larger:

WN at BNA

737-700: 105
737-800: 37
737 MAX 8: 3

TOTAL: 145


If that is the case for BNA, I wonder if it's a matter of time until we see a crew/pilot base at BNA.

Reportedly, it was to be the next WN crew base until Covid hit and plans were put on hold. I'd expect that to still be the case when they're ready to start looking at new bases again.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Sun Dec 26, 2021 6:43 pm

Very nice job! Thank you for all your effort.

This data (for 7 months from now and in the middle of another Covid infection) is meaningful in that it gives us the cx "wish-list" for what they hope to be flying next summer. Of course it's very possible that these counts will be quite different once the July '22 schedules are actually flying but, IMO, it's still very interesting to see what, for example, AS would like to be operating at SAN on 7/15/22. (I keep track of this kind of data all the time, for SAN, in order to see how the advanced schedules change into the actual operating ones. In pre-covid times, these advanced schedules in many cases bore striking similarities to the final, operational version of the schedules.)

There may also be new routes added in 2022 that obviously don't show up now. This obviously changes the fleet dynamics as airplanes are needed to fly these new routes and some a/c may end up relocated to other stations/hubs to fly them.

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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Sun Dec 26, 2021 7:29 pm

410W24 wrote:
Where is BNA? WN has a huge operation there with 130+ daily flights n

Southwest doesn't call BNA a hub, and it is not a pilot base.
 
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Sun Dec 26, 2021 7:50 pm

United numbers for the 757-300 cannot be accurate. Hard to believe that a sub-fleet of 21 aircraft.....will only have 18 systemwide daily hub departures. A separate article mentioned that the UA 757-300s will be scheduled for the highest level of flying that fleet has ever seen......beginning this Spring. So.....hard to believe the numbers posted for 753 are accurate.
 
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Sun Dec 26, 2021 8:07 pm

gon2fly wrote:
United numbers for the 757-300 cannot be accurate. Hard to believe that a sub-fleet of 21 aircraft.....will only have 18 systemwide daily hub departures. A separate article mentioned that the UA 757-300s will be scheduled for the highest level of flying that fleet has ever seen......beginning this Spring. So.....hard to believe the numbers posted for 753 are accurate.


It is accurate. While I admire the OP’s hard work, the schedules in place are largely placeholders at this point. It’s not uncommon for subfleet types to be over or under represented.

When the schedules are finalized this fall, they will look drastically different.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Sun Dec 26, 2021 8:50 pm

WidebodyPTV wrote:
gon2fly wrote:
United numbers for the 757-300 cannot be accurate. Hard to believe that a sub-fleet of 21 aircraft.....will only have 18 systemwide daily hub departures. A separate article mentioned that the UA 757-300s will be scheduled for the highest level of flying that fleet has ever seen......beginning this Spring. So.....hard to believe the numbers posted for 753 are accurate.


It is accurate. While I admire the OP’s hard work, the schedules in place are largely placeholders at this point. It’s not uncommon for subfleet types to be over or under represented.

When the schedules are finalized this fall, they will look drastically different.


Well....that is my point....it ISN'T accurate. Because as you mentioned, there are placeholders, etc. Total departures for a given station are probably fairly set and accurate.....but the specific frame operating a specific flight isn't set. So.....I submit that the 753 fleet HAS to be flying more than 18 departures/ day. As a 757 pilot based in SFO, I'm fairly confident my fleet will be flying more than 0 757-300 flights/day out of SFO this coming Summer (HNL, OGG, KOA, MCO, ORD, IAH, DEN, etc are likely candidates at a minimum).

Yes, kudos to the OP for compiling this.....but fleet numbers will no doubt change.....and are not accurate at this point.
 
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Sun Dec 26, 2021 9:13 pm

gon2fly wrote:
Well....that is my point....it ISN'T accurate. Because as you mentioned, there are placeholders, etc. Total departures for a given station are probably fairly set and accurate.....but the specific frame operating a specific flight isn't set. So.....I submit that the 753 fleet HAS to be flying more than 18 departures/ day. As a 757 pilot based in SFO, I'm fairly confident my fleet will be flying more than 0 757-300 flights/day out of SFO this coming Summer (HNL, OGG, KOA, MCO, ORD, IAH, DEN, etc are likely candidates at a minimum).

Yes, kudos to the OP for compiling this.....but fleet numbers will no doubt change.....and are not accurate at this point.


Your complaint isn't that the OP's work doesn't reflect the schedule, but that carriers can't/won't fly it as loaded. Sounds like a UA problem of its own making, producing needless changes.
 
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Mon Dec 27, 2021 9:32 pm

Looking at it from the perspective of one class RJs would be good. Most people are good with the E75/E90/CRJ-700 class, its really the CRJ-200 and ERJ-135/140/145 and props they hate.

Here it is by hub.

DEN (UA) - 40%
PHL (AA) - 30%
IAD (UA) - 27%
SFO (UA) - 27%
ORD (UA) - 26%
IAH (UA) - 25%
LAX (UA) - 21%
ORD (AA) - 19%
SEA (AS) - 19%
PDX (AS) - 15%
DTW (DL) - 13%
MSP (DL) - 11%
SLC (DL) - 9%
DFW (AA) - 8%
CLT (AA) - 8%
ATL (DL) - 4%
MIA (AA) - 0%
PHX (AA) - 0%

UA definitely depends more on one class RJs than any other airline by a long shot.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 6:33 am

Wow MSP still off by about 100 departures a day from pre-covid.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 2:13 pm

LAXdude1023 wrote:
Looking at it from the perspective of one class RJs would be good. Most people are good with the E75/E90/CRJ-700 class, its really the CRJ-200 and ERJ-135/140/145 and props they hate.

Here it is by hub.

DEN (UA) - 40%
PHL (AA) - 30%
IAD (UA) - 27%
SFO (UA) - 27%
ORD (UA) - 26%
IAH (UA) - 25%
LAX (UA) - 21%
ORD (AA) - 19%
SEA (AS) - 19%
PDX (AS) - 15%
DTW (DL) - 13%
MSP (DL) - 11%
SLC (DL) - 9%
DFW (AA) - 8%
CLT (AA) - 8%
ATL (DL) - 4%
MIA (AA) - 0%
PHX (AA) - 0%

UA definitely depends more on one class RJs than any other airline by a long shot.


Great information, thank you. Is this by departures or by seats?
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 2:25 pm

MLIAA wrote:
LAXdude1023 wrote:
Looking at it from the perspective of one class RJs would be good. Most people are good with the E75/E90/CRJ-700 class, its really the CRJ-200 and ERJ-135/140/145 and props they hate.

Here it is by hub.

DEN (UA) - 40%
PHL (AA) - 30%
IAD (UA) - 27%
SFO (UA) - 27%
ORD (UA) - 26%
IAH (UA) - 25%
LAX (UA) - 21%
ORD (AA) - 19%
SEA (AS) - 19%
PDX (AS) - 15%
DTW (DL) - 13%
MSP (DL) - 11%
SLC (DL) - 9%
DFW (AA) - 8%
CLT (AA) - 8%
ATL (DL) - 4%
MIA (AA) - 0%
PHX (AA) - 0%

UA definitely depends more on one class RJs than any other airline by a long shot.


Great information, thank you. Is this by departures or by seats?


Its by departures.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 2:47 pm

WOW! AA has more departures at DFW than DL has at ATL? No wonder AA is expanding Terminal C. And thank you Skylink at DFW, without it, AA's expansion would not be possible.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 2:51 pm

Elementalism wrote:
Wow MSP still off by about 100 departures a day from pre-covid.


CR2 count dropped from 85 (2019 work by FSDan) to 40. That's a blessing.
 
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Tue Dec 28, 2021 4:24 pm

MIflyer12 wrote:
Elementalism wrote:
Wow MSP still off by about 100 departures a day from pre-covid.


CR2 count dropped from 85 (2019 work by FSDan) to 40. That's a blessing.


Unless you want to fly to the cities that have reduced service now because of the lack of CR2 in the fleet...
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 5:11 pm

Oh dear. UA’s regional / mainline split is awful at nearly all their hubs. Think this is what Kirby is talking about when he discusses scale.
 
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Re: AA, DL, UA, AS, HA, AC S22 Departures By Hub And Aircraft Type

Tue Dec 28, 2021 7:26 pm

AA @ DFW has more departures but runs lower avg gauge than DL @ ATL, and so is a smaller op overall.

DL ATL gauge 160 seats. AA DFW 134 seats, so DL is larger with 141K on the OP's date vs. 134K at DFW. And, if you're wondering about DL's dominance in the Southeast, CLT avg gauge is 116 for a total 88K seats.

DL seat counts
BOS 21,849
SEA 23,128
LAX 24,927

I'll reiterate that ASMs would be a better measure. Anybody else remember when US (briefly, after the acquisitions of Piedmont and PSA in the late 80s) bragged about being the largest airline (* by departures)? Yeah, because a Shorts 84 miles PIT-DuBois is the same as a 747 LAX-NRT. :oops:

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