Yesterday, AirInsight and Reuters reported that United Airlines is seeing ‘strong’ international travel demand. Post the pandemic, strong demand has been seen in the US domestic market. But because nations opened up markets at different rates...
The recent pandemic did a number on commercial aviation, dwarfing previous shocks like wars, terrorism, or SARS. The trickle-down effects are still being felt – pilot shortages and aerospace supply chain stress are two big ones. These two alone are causing...
Looking at a few selected markets, we can see how domestic air travel is recovering. The US data is most recent, through September. China and India are through August, while Canada and Australia are through July. Domestic air traffic recoveries vary widely. Using...
Examining TSA data for US passenger screenings, the number of passengers has risen remarkably over the last week from the doldrums in early February to nearly pre-pandemic levels as we approach the last week in February, averaging nearly 1.9 million daily passengers...
We are seeing a downturn in air traffic during the first two weeks of 2022. The question is why? The year 2021 saw a slow recovery of air traffic in the United States, returning to nearly pre-pandemic levels on several days during the holiday period in the 4th...
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