Spring is the season of rebirth, and the US airline market is showing signs that a return to normalcy is on the way. This week, spring break has helped push traffic upward and earlier this week the third-largest traffic day in the last two years was recorded, a...
Hopeful signs are emerging as we examine air traffic and airline performance in the US for the month of January. While traffic levels remain lower than 2019 and 2020 levels, the drop seen due to the Omicron variant during December and January appears to be waning. The...
The numbers for 2021 were only marginally better than the worst year ever – 2020. What can we learn about the recovery? Analysts Addison Schonland and Timothy O’Neil-Dunne dig deeper into the world of numbers for US-based Airlines. The US Airline industry would...
US airline traffic, as measured by TSA passenger screenings, has dropped back significantly from recent levels, reaching a low point not seen since May 12th of last year. The pattern of a steady uptick in travel in 2021 has now given way to a continuing slump in...
TSA data on passengers screened indicates that a strong recovery in US airline traffic is underway. The upward trend line in traffic from earlier in the year is continuing in the first half of June. The following chart, with updated data through June 14th, shows the...
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