Another useful data source from the US DoT is named T2. DoT describes it like this: “This table summarizes the T-100 traffic data reported by U.S. air carriers. The quarterly summary is compiled by aircraft types/configurations, carrier entities (geographical...
In the US, the DoT has legislation backing its acquisition of airline data. We have noted several times that the US DoT data has granularity and is the most detailed source on airline operations worldwide. It is, generally speaking, useful for analysis both within and...
Reading the news it looks like US air traffic is headed for a cold spell. Midway through August CNTravelers shared this view on a large number of flight cancellations. Looking into 2023, there have been some signs of confidence. n May 2022, IATA thought the airlines...
Continued recovery for general and business aviation is illustrated by second quarter shipment results for business aircraft. GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, reported second quarter shipments for the industry today. Single engine aircraft, both...
It feels like forever, but at last, we have the crucial update to the T2 dataset. This source provides more gems than most others. It is from this database that we developed our Carbon Model. Since we developed this model about a month ago, we have updated it to...
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