Hawaiian Airlines has amended its delivery schedule for the ten Boeing 787s it has on order while at the same time ordering two more. This brings the backlog to twelve Dreamliners. The airline disclosed the supplemental agreement with Boeing in an SEC filing on...
Corrected – Hawaiian Holdings, the parent company of Hawaiian Airlines, will operate ten Airbus A330-300P2F freighters for Amazon Prime Air. The aircraft will be delivered in the fall of 2023, Hawaiian and Amazon announced on October 21. Hawaiian Airlines to...
A useful database to watch is the US DoT’s T-1. It summarizes the T-100 traffic data reported by U.S. air carriers. We take a deep dive and share our thoughts on what we see in the data. Here’s the model. Remember to click the double-headed arrow at the...
November US data has been published and that means a model update. Below is the public model we share with all readers. We added a new page (Page 4) where you can see which aircraft are the hardest working by number of flights. In the image below, we selected year...
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. ...
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