Summer air travel is coming to the US and it is a very good idea to plan accordingly. The industry news isn’t great – what with staffing shortages and schedules being cut back. The great travel bounceback is racing headlong into shrinking capacity, which...
The pandemic was awful in almost every respect, but one small positive from that period was the vast on-time improvement among US airlines. As we have pointed out before, time is a crucial metric for airlines. Late arrivals mean added ops costs for airlines –...
With the data for February published, here’s our US air travel planner update. The age-old advice applies: If the schedule is important, take the earliest flight you can. The greener the better. The table shows a lot of yellow and red. JetBlue is struggling as...
Tracking the US airline industry provides us with several models that are interesting, but on occasion, we see something really interesting. This is one of those – our On-Time Flight Planner model. We have used this model to provide readers with a way to better...
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...
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