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...
Over the years we have heard several people in the commercial aviation industry cast aspersions on the US DoT data sources. Having modeled a lot of the agency’s data we have developed a “feel” for the data. Our experience is that, by and large, the...
The European Union is different than other regions with respect to its focus on “green initiatives”, especially the commercial aviation sector. The European Commission has proposed a carbon tax on jet fuel from 2023 and the costs of running an airline in Europe will...
(Co-authored with Timothy O’Neil-Dunne) Lost in the pandemic was a pause in an ongoing epidemic of almost Biblical proportions. We are talking about the US practice of bluffing true flight times AKA schedule padding. With the resurgence of planes in the sky as...
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