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...
Regular readers know that several times we have focused on airline flight operations on a per-minute basis. We have especially focused on costs per minute. You may recall that we previously estimated the US airline industry operated at $98 for flight ops/minute. The...
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...
As a mature market that has seen waves of consolidation, how does the market look through 3Q21? Here’s an update of a model using the DoT’s T-3 dataset. Page 1: Market share for mail and freight among the primary passenger airlines, now including Breeze....
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