Readers may be aware that we have been tracking the number of people going through TSA daily screening and the number of domestic flights in the US since the start of the pandemic. As of this morning, we have the final 2021 counts for people and flights processed. ...
Welcome to 2022 – where we are still processing 2021 data! To get your mental gears working we offer a data model to toy with. (Anyone looking at your screen has no idea you’re having fun) What we have here is US airline on-time performance through...
As the world begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic and air transport operations start to normalize, albeit slowly, regional airports in Africa are expected to begin recovering. According to SITA’s data, Africa continues its strong aviation recovery in October...
The future of African carriers looks bleak no thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic which is exacerbated by the Omicron variant. This has led to many European, North American nations imposing a travel ban on many parts of Southern African countries of South Africa,...
As borders re-open, Nigeria is showing tremendous signs of recovery as the country recorded a total of 6,420,820 passengers who traveled through domestic and international airports in Nigeria between January and June this year, representing 50.5 percent over 4,267,...
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