We have been tracking the US airline on-time performance since 2016. Here’s a different look at the data, with a focus on airports. The Top 25 are selected by the number of flights. The list presented is arrival delay minutes in descending order. What we see is...
With the ravaging effects of COVID-19 on global aviation, partners, and aviation experts in Africa have underscored the importance of leveraging the benefits of airline consolidation to drive air transport sustainability in Africa. They noted that closer cooperation...
Despite the devastating effects of COVID-19 resulting in depressing half-year results, Kenya Airways recorded improved performance to the same period last year. The disclosure was made on August 26 when the carrier released its financial results. The Group’s total...
The US air travel recovery continues to build momentum. In January the US averaged 761,233 daily passengers, February saw 873,084, March saw 1.22 million, April saw 1.4 million, May saw 1.6 million, June saw 1.9 million, July saw 2 million. We are six days in August...
We have been tracking US domestic traffic since the start of the pandemic. With another month in the rearview mirror, how are things looking? Please use the model below for lots of details – remember to click the double-headed arrow at the bottom right to...
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