US air travel has leveled off in the early part of the second quarter, as airlines struggled with staffing issues and growing operational capacity. The result is that traffic is constrained and flat, with traffic remaining at about 90% of pre-pandemic levels. While...
US airline traffic showed a February upswing with a notable difference between the first half of the month and the second half. February traffic for the first 14 days averaged 1,534,641 passengers per day while traffic for the last 14 days averaged 1,931,646. This is...
Hopeful signs are emerging as we examine air traffic and airline performance in the US for the month of January. While traffic levels remain lower than 2019 and 2020 levels, the drop seen due to the Omicron variant during December and January appears to be waning. The...
The recovery in the US airline market has been slow, and is still nowhere close to 2019 levels in traffic and activity. The forecasts of a long recovery back to pre-pandemic levels appear to be accurate, despite everyone in the industry wishing otherwise.Our overall...
The AirInsight US Airline Performance Index remained quite stable during July, unfortunately at a relatively lower level than might have been desired. After a promising start with the 4th of July weekend, the index settled into a stagnant pattern for the remainder of...
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