Regular readers know we are building lots of data . This next one is especially fun because it has more interactivity than the previous models we have published.

This model uses T-100 Domestic Segment data and tracks passenger volume (ball size), miles flown on the X-axis and number of flights of the Y-axis.

Click the play button at the bottom left of the chart to it run. (Remember the double-headed arrow to maximize the screen) . You will probably play the model repeatedly to be able to follow the movement.

Notes:

  •  Airlines that merged with others are apparent by the way their traffic jumps (Alaska, American, Delta, United)
  •  The LCCs show remarkable seasonality
  •  Notice how average miles flown varies as the months go by.
  •  Each shows interesting behaviors
  •  Notice how some airlines show significant traffic growth (ball gets bigger)

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