T-100 for July time for MX
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source data is the DOT published data through July TX
Summary of data:
First few tabs are summary of the entire performance across all stations, then it works through 4 Tiers based on the number of routes logged on their website route map, I took a snapshot a few weeks ago, so might have missed one or two here or there, I remove any extraneous data like diverts or obvious charters, and that's how I show the data.
Tier 1: CHS, ORF, BDL, MSY, LAS and TPA
Tier 2: RIC, HPN, JAX, CMH, PVD, CAK
Tier 3: SFO, PBI, BNA, SAV, SDF, PIT
Tier 4: TUL, HSV, SYR, ISP, SRQ, OKC, XNA,RSW, MCO and SAT (noting that SAT is for historic purposes only at this point)
Not Yet running at time of report: LAX, PVU, SBD and PHX, they will be added when the time comes.
Current Month – July 22
Prior Month – June 22
Q3 (AKA July 22)
For National reporting, I’ve added a YOY comparator for July 21 vs July 22, I may work that down to the station level for August reporting, but not for right now.
You will see info on flights, seats, passengers, capacity %, miles, average stage lengths, air time, etc. I've used about every metric they have in the specific file.
So I hope you find this useful.
Key Data from the report:
1,175 flights recorded, 135,306 seats and 97,202 passengers for July (71.8%), against 1,109, 125,749 and 87,527 in June (69.6%), Average Pax on flights increased by 4 from 79 to 83
on a YTD basis, 6,433 flights, 765,615 seats and 483,419 passengers (63.1%), all-time from T-100 reporting I have 801,000 pax, meaning that 1m should be in September most likely,
Seats were up 7.6% overall, Pax up 11.1% Month to Month
The A223 showed up in reasonable amounts with 27% of the flights recorded, however, you can see quite clearly the challenges they had with TUL being a stop-over for flights to LAS from RIC, RSW and SYR respectively
Highest number of passengers:
CHS – 37,153 (both directions combined)
TPA – 21,125
ORF – 18,168
Best % station
Tier 1: LAS was 80.1%, biggest mover was BDL that went from 67.1% to 76.1% for 3rd place., removed some of the capacity, but kept the level of passengers almost exactly the same.
Tier 2: JAX at 76% leads the way, biggest mover was HPN from 42.8% to 63.1%, but still trails the others in early days of it’s existence.
Tier 3: SFO at 86% in its 3rd month maintains top spot,biggest mover was SAV, that went from 56.4% to 76.1%, although that was partly due to a 17% reduction in capacity.
Tier 4: SRQ leads the way at 87.2% and was also the biggest mover from 71.2% in June, TUL got a big bump from its role as stop-over while capacity went up Triple, Passenger growth exceeded even that, and went from 66.6% to 78.9%.
Also included are best and worst performing routes. Along with performance of routes starting in Feb, May, June and July respectively.
Usual disclaimers apply, Data is only as good as what was submitted to the feds and I make no judgement about profitability of routes, as the data just isn’t there.
for now, Enjoy and any questions, please let me know.