Airline Performance Comparisons

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Schedule

Weekly Operations

  • Weekly snapshot (15th-21st of each month) of nonstop scheduled services for all worldwide scheduled airlines, including the option to include all available data fields or exclude flight detail and sum capacity. Data includes:
    • Origin and Destination
    • Marketing and Operating carrier
    • Aircraft
    • Seats and Seats per departure
    • Distance and ASM
    • Departures and days of operation
    • Arrival/departure times by flight number
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • Select date range to run timeseries analysis.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers, origin airports, destination airports and columns to include from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Monthly Operations

  • Monthly and daily Detail of nonstop scheduled services for all worldwide scheduled airlines, including the option to include all available data fields or exclude flight detail and sum capacity. Data includes:
    • Origin and Destination
    • Marketing and Operating carrier
    • Aircraft
    • Seats and Seats per departure
    • Distance and ASM
    • Departures and days of operation
    • Arrival/departure times by flight number
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • Select date range to run timeseries analysis.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers, origin airports, destination airports and columns to include from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Codeshare Operations

  • Weekly snapshot (15th-21st of each month) of nonstop CODESHARE scheduled services for all worldwide scheduled airlines, including the option to include all available data fields or exclude flight detail and sum capacity. Data includes:
    • Origin and Destination
    • Marketing and Operating carrier
    • Aircraft
    • Seats and Seats per departure
    • Distance and ASM
    • Departures and days of operation
    • Arrival/departure times by flight number
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • Select date range to run timeseries analysis.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers, origin airports, destination airports and columns to include from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Airport Activity

  • Scheduled Arrivals and Departures for nonstop flights to/from selected airport, sorted by time of day. Data includes:
    • Flight origin/destination
    • Marketing carrier
    • Aircraft type
    • Arrival/departure time
    • Days of operation
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers and one airport from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Pattern of Service

  • Nonstop scheduled service between two selected airports sorted by time of day.
  • Data includes:
    • Marketing carrier
    • Aircraft type
    • Arrival/departure time
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers and two airports from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Schedule Compare

  • Comparison of currently filed schedules versus the previous schedule filing. Based on weekly snapshots (15th-21st of each month)
    • Origin and Destination
    • Marketing and Operating carrier
    • Aircraft
    • Seats and Seats per departure
    • Distance and ASM
    • Departures and days of operation
    • Arrival/departure times by flight number
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carriers, origin airports, destination airports and columns to include from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Competitive Service Changes

  • This report may take 2-3 minutes based on base carrier market size
  • Check for changes in all competitive markets for an airline. Comparison of currently filed schedules versus the previous schedule filing. Based on weekly snapshots (15th-21st of each month)
    • Origin and Destination
    • Marketing and Operating carrier
    • Aircraft
    • Seats and Seats per departure
    • Distance and ASM
    • Departures and days of operation
    • Arrival/departure times by flight number
  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, Carrier and columns to include from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Reported Meal Service

  • This report provides capacity and meal code data, by cabin, at the individual flight level. Data includes:
    • Origin Airport and Region
    • Destination Airport and Region
    • Marketing and Operating Carriers
    • Flight Number
    • Departure and Arrival Time
    • Equipment
    • Seats per Departure
    • Segment Distance
    • Segment Block Time (in minutes)
    • Meal Codes by Cabin (First, Business, Coach)
    • Total Seats by Cabin (First, Business, Coach, Total)
    • Operations by Day of Month
    • Total ASMs
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  • Based on schedule data for all worldwide scheduled airlines and airports
  • To use this tool you must select a date range. Following the date range are five data element parameters. Leaving a parameter blank defaults to “ALL”. At least one parameter must be selected. Selecting more parameters will further refine the data. The five data element parameters are:
    • Mkt. Carrier – selecting this will return all nonstop segments for the carrier
    • Op. Carrier – selecting this will return all nonstop segments operated by the carrier regardless of operator code
    • Origin – selecting this will return all departures from this airport
    • Destination – selecting this will return all arrivals at this airport
    • Equipment – selecting this will return all nonstop segments for this equipment type

US O&D Survey

O&D Market Detail

  • Raw data extraction of Analysis of US Domestic Origin and Destination markets. Detail of Ticketing Carrier Passengers, Revenue, Average Fares, Yields, RPMs and Average Segments. Based on adjusted US DOT quarterly Origin and Destination Survey Data dating back to 2006.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and aircraft types from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.
  • Notes: User must select time period, origins and destinations. If sum directionally is selected, user cannot sum all origins or destinations.

Segment Flow Analysis

  • Understand the origins and destinations of passengers onboard nonstop flights.
  • US Domestic Passenger flows over US Nonstop Segments for US Carriers, including:
    • Ticketing Carrier Passengers and RPMs
    • FFNRs (frequent flyer award travel)
    • Revenue, Average Fares and Yield
    • Average Segments
  • Based on adjusted US DOT Origin and Destination Survey Data dating back to 2006.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Segment Origin and Segment Destination and then click the "Get Results" button.

Hub Flow Analysis

  • Understand passenger connections at a hub
  • US Domestic Passenger flows over Hubs for US Carriers, including:
    • Ticketing Carrier Passengers and RPMs
    • FFNRs (frequent flyer award travel)
    • Revenue, Average Fares and Yields
    • Average Segments
  • Based on adjusted US DOT Origin and Destination Survey Data dating back to 2006.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, US Hub and then click the "Get Results" button

Fare Distribution

  • Understand the mix of fares that results in the reported average fare
  • In-depth analysis of US Domestic Origin and Destination market fares and yields.
  • Allows user to define price point selections and customize fare histogram by passenger consumption.
  • Based on adjusted US DOT quarterly Origin and Destination Survey Data dating back to 2006.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Origin and Destination and optional inputs from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Fare Distribution

  • Understand the mix of fares that results in the reported average fare
  • In-depth analysis of US Domestic Origin and Destination market fares and yields.
  • Graphically displays average fares paid by price point (histogram) and change over time and average passenger yields.
  • Allows user to define price point selections and customize fare histogram by passenger consumption.
  • Based on adjusted US DOT quarterly Origin and Destination Survey Data dating back to 2006.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Origin and Destination and optional inputs from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Form 41 Traffic

T2 US Carrier Traffic

  • Traffic by US carrier and aircraft type, including:
    • Fleet totals
    • Departures
    • RPMs
    • ASMs
    • Miles
    • Block Hours
    • Gallons of Fuel
    • RTMs
    • ATMs
    • Block Hours
    • Flight Hours
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific) and aircraft type.
  • Database includes summarized traffic back to 1991 for all US carriers reporting Form 41 data.
  • Based on US DOT form T2 quarterly data.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and aircraft types from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

T100 Onboard Segment

  • Extract domestic US and International (to/from US) Nonstop Segment data in tabular format for insertion into Excel, Access or other analytical tools. (Non-US carrier information is only available for operations to/from the US) Your selections can include carriers, segment origin, segment destination, aircraft type and time period. Data elements include: Nonstop Miles, Departures Scheduled, Departures Operated, Segment Passengers, Seats, Segment Freight, Segment Mail, Block Hours, RPMs and ASMs. Based on US DOT T100 monthly Segment data beginning in 1991.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Aircraft, Origin and Destination and then click the "Run Application" button.

T100 Market

  • This table combines domestic and international market data reported by US air carriers, and contains market data by carrier, origin, destination and service class for enplaned passengers, freight, and mail. Flights with both origin and destination in a foreign country are not included.
  • DOT Market data is not the same as DOT Nonstop Segment or DOT O&D. DOT Nonstop Segment data refers to passengers and cargo traveling on nonstop flight segments. DOT O&D data refers to a passenger’s Origin and Destination regardless of the number of nonstop flight segments. DOT Market data refers to passengers and mail traveling on a single coupon regardless of the number of stops. Single coupon service includes both nonstop flight segments and single flight number, multi-stop, flights (commonly known as one-stops). Single coupon service does not include travelers who make a connection, changing aircraft and using a second flight coupon for the second leg of the journey.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, Carriers, Origin and Destination and then click the “Run Application” button.

Segment Overlap

  • Details overlapping services on domestic US and international (to/from US) Nonstop Segments.
  • Breaks out both nonstop segments operated by two or more carriers and segments uniquely served by each carrier selected.
  • Data elements include:
    • Nonstop Miles, RPMs, ASMs and Block Hours
    • Departures Scheduled and Operated
    • Segment Passengers and Seats
    • Segment Freight and Mail
  • Based on US DOT T100 Segment data dating back to 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Aircraft, Origin and Destination from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button. Aircraft, Origin and Destination can be left blank to default to “all”. Optionally, select “Sum All Aircraft” to remove the equipment specific detail.

Nonstop Segment Share

  • Details share of US and International (to/from US) Nonstop Segments by carrier and aircraft, including:
    • Departures Scheduled and Operated
    • Completion Factor
    • Segment Passengers and Seats
    • Seats per Departure
    • Block Hours and Block Hours per Departure
    • RPMs, ASMs and Load Factor
  • Graphically displays share of Departures, Passengers and Seats.
  • Based on US DOT T100 monthly Segment data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Aircraft, Origin and Destination and then click the "Run Application" button.

Segment Costing

  • US carrier costs allocated to segment-specific nonstop operations by aircraft type, including relative route operating cost comparisons by carrier and aircraft type. Aircraft operating costs may be stage length adjusted based on user input of slope.
  • Output includes:
    • Departures Scheduled and Operated
    • Segment Passengers and Seats
    • Seats per Departure
    • Block Hours and Block Hours per Departure
    • RPMs, ASMs and ASMs per Departure
  • Costing detail includes aircraft block hour operating costs and non-aircraft operating costs per ASM summarized by Trip Costs and Segment Operating Costs.
  • Based on US DOT T100 Segment and Form 41 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Aircraft, Origin and Destination and then click the "Run Application" button.

Form 41 Financial

P1.2 Income Statement

  • Detailed revenue and expense data, including both operating and non-operating expenses.
  • Provides operating and net results.
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific).
  • Based on US. DOT Form 41 Schedule P1.2 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and US Carriers from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

P5.2 AC Operating Expenses

  • Raw data extraction of Quarterly US DOT Form 41 Schedule P5.2 aircraft operating costs by US carrier. Costing provided by individual aircraft type including detail of major cost categories including pilot costs, maintenance, fuel, ownership costs and other costs.
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific) and aircraft types. Database includes aircraft operations back to 1991 for all US carriers reporting Form 41 data.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and Aircraft Types from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

P6 Objective Costs

  • Airline operating costs grouped Objectively including detail of major cost categories:
    • Salaries and Wages
    • Materials Purchased
    • Services Purchased
    • Landing Fees
    • Depreciation and Amortization
    • Rentals
    • Other Costs
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific).
  • Based on US. DOT Form 41 Schedule P6 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and US Carriers from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

P7 Functional Costs

  • Airline operating costs grouped Functionally including detail of major cost categories:
    • Total Aircraft Operating Costs
    • Passenger Servicing Expense
    • Aircraft Servicing Expense
    • Traffic and Servicing Expense
    • Reservations Expense
    • Sales, Promotion, and Other Expenses
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific).
  • Based on US. DOT Form 41 Schedule P7 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and US Carriers from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Airline CASM

  • US carriers’ costs per Available Seat Mile (ASM).
  • CASM analysis includes:
    • Total Operating Expenses
    • Labor
    • Fuel
    • Maintenance
    • Aircraft Ownership
    • Transport-Related Costs
  • Unit costs per ASM are available by carrier, region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific) and time period.
  • Based on US DOT Form 41 quarterly reporting beginning with 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and US Carriers and then click the "Run Application" button.

Expense Indicators

  • US carrier expenses using “Standard Cost Buckets,” including:
    • Aircraft Fuel
    • Labor
    • Aircraft Ownership
    • Aircraft Maintenance
    • Food
    • Advertising and Promotion
    • Commissions
    • Landing Fees and Other Rents
    • Depreciation/Amortization
    • Transport Expense
    • Total Operating Expenses
  • Data elements include carrier actual costs and unit costs per Available Seat Mile (ASMs) with customizable date ranges for current and historical comparisons.
  • Tool provides built-in stage length cost adjustments to user-defined stage length, and a graphical display of unit costs.
  • Based on US DOT Form 41 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and US Carriers and then click the "Run Application" button.

Financial Indicators

  • US carriers’ profitability drivers:
    • Stage length
    • Passenger and cargo yield
    • RASM
    • CASM
    • Load factors
    • Breakeven load factor.
  • Custom time frame selections allow user to analyze drivers over time.
  • Based on US DOT Form 41 data dating back to 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range and Carriers included from the user interface and then click on Run Tool button. Optional inputs include carrier/date summing and regions of operation.

AC Cost & Ops

  • Aircraft Operating Costs per block hour and per ASM, allowing easy comparison of key benchmarks.
  • Aircraft operating statistics include daily aircraft utilization, operational indices and fuel consumption data.
  • Tool allows user to analyze individual aircraft types or total airline operations based on optional user inputs.
  • Based on US DOT Form 41 data dating back to 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and aircraft from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Maintenance

  • Analyze maintenance costs for US airlines by aircraft model, including:
    • Airframe Labor
    • Airframe Materials
    • Airframe Outsourced
    • Airframe Total
    • Engine Labor
    • Engine Materials
    • Engine Outsourced
    • Engine Total
    • Other Direct
    • Total Direct
    • Maintenance Burden
    • Total Aircraft Maintenance
  • All costs presented as Cost per Cycle, Cost Per Flight Hour and Cost Per ASM conforming to standard maintenance reporting.
  • Operational indices allow user to explore differences in utilization and productivity.
  • Graphical displays of maintenance outsourcing, Cost per Cycle, Cost per Hour, Cost per ASM and historical costing.
  • Based on US DOT Form 41 quarterly data beginning in 1991.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and Aircraft and then click the "Run Application" button.

Fuel Cost

  • Historical fuel cost presented by equipment type and carrier presented in terms of Cost Per Gallon, Cost Per ASM, Cost Per Trip and others.
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific) and aircraft types. Database includes aircraft operations back to 1991 for all US carriers reporting Form 41 data.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and Aircraft Types from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

Airline Performance Comparison (APC)

  • Interactive graph of carrier profit levers:
    • Passenger yield
    • Passenger load factor
    • RASM
    • CASM
  • Displays Industry Average plus a user selected carrier benchmark and each individual carrier.
  • To use, select either the most recent quarter or most recent year, select geographic regions to include and click Get Results.
  • Click any carrier to select the carrier benchmark. Roll over the other carriers for a comparison.

US On-Time Performance

DOT OTP Segment

  • On Time Performance (OTP) analysis of US carrier domestic operations. Tool analyzes carrier performance by airline and airport. Optional inputs allow users to produce custom analysis of on time arrivals and departures. Based on US DOT data.
  • To utilize this tool, select a date, carrier(s) origin(s) and destination(s) and click on Run Tool

Fleet Data

Carrier Fleet Data

  • Fleet data of Worldwide Air Carrier fleets by aircraft model and carrier.
  • Provides fleet count and average age of aircraft and carrier, for all air carrier fleets.
  • To use this tool, select carriers and/or aircraft types and click on Run Tool.

Aircraft Age Distribution

  • Age distribution of Worldwide Air Carrier fleets by aircraft model and carrier.
  • Provides fleet count by current age of aircraft and carrier, for all air carrier fleets.
  • Based on ACAS aircraft fleet database.
  • To use this tool, select carriers and/or aircraft types and click on Run Tool.

Carrier Engine Data

  • Fleet data of worldwide Air Carrier fleets by aircraft model, engine type and carrier
  • Provides fleet count by aircraft model and engine type
  • Based on ACAS aircraft fleet database
  • To use this tool, select carriers and/or aircraft types and click on Get Results
  • For greater detail, uncheck the By Aircraft Model and/or the By Engine Model boxes

Airports

Airport Financial Data

  • Airport Financial reports are an outgrowth of the Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994, which requires commercial service airports to annually file financial reports with the FAA.
  • US airports that meet any of the following standards must file an annual financial report:
    • The US airport agreed to the Airport Improvement Program grant assurances on or after January 1, 1995, or
    • The US airport enplaned at least 2,500 passengers during the current calendar year, or
    • The US airport enplaned at least 2,500 passengers during the previous calendar year.
  • This site contains FAA Form 5100-127, the Operating and Financial Summary for airport revenues, expenses and other financial information. The data is filed annually at the end of each airport’s fiscal reporting year. Full year data is generally released in September for the previous year.

Form 41 Traffic

T2 US Carrier Traffic

  • Traffic by US carrier and aircraft type, including:
    • Fleet totals
    • Departures
    • RPMs
    • ASMs
    • Miles
    • Block Hours
    • Gallons of Fuel
    • RTMs
    • ATMs
    • Block Hours
    • Flight Hours
  • Optional summing by region of operation (Domestic, Atlantic, Latin and Pacific) and aircraft type.
  • Database includes summarized traffic back to 1991 for all US carriers reporting Form 41 data.
  • Based on US DOT form T2 quarterly data.
  • To use this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers and aircraft types from the user interface and then click on the Run Application button.

T100 Onboard Segment

  • Extract domestic US and International (to/from US) Nonstop Segment data in tabular format for insertion into Excel, Access or other analytical tools. (Non-US carrier information is only available for operations to/from the US) Your selections can include carriers, segment origin, segment destination, aircraft type and time period. Data elements include: Nonstop Miles, Departures Scheduled, Departures Operated, Segment Passengers, Seats, Segment Freight, Segment Mail, Block Hours, RPMs and ASMs. Based on US DOT T100 monthly Segment data beginning in 1991.
  • To utilize this tool, select Date Range, US Carriers, Aircraft, Origin and Destination and then click the "Run Application" button.

T100 Market

  • This table combines domestic and international market data reported by US air carrie