26 January 2015

Air Travel

With the pending nor'easter heading our way tonight, airlines are taking a precautionary plans by not flying into the northeast.  That way, the morning flights will not be stuck and we can expect most air traffic in the region to be canceled.  Nothing coming in and nothing going out.  But for some other news:

TI News: An information service from the National Travel & Tourism Office (NTTO)
January 26, 2015

U.S.-International Air Passenger Traffic a Record 197.3 Million in 2014

Total U.S.-International Traffic up Four Percent in December, Seven Percent for the Year
U.S. Citizens Accounted for 44 Percent; U.S. Airlines Carried 52 Percent of All Traffic
U.S.-China Traffic up 17 Percent


Top 10 Foreign Airports (Passenger Traffic to/From U.S.):
77.2 million Passengers, 39% of Total International Air Traffic
Passengers (mlns)% Change y-o-y
1.London Heathrow (LHR)14.5171.1%
2.Toronto (YYZ)11.6717.3%
3.Tokyo Narita (NRT)9.413-1.9%
4.Cancun (CUN)7.07214.5%
5.Frankfurt (FRT)6.677-0.3%
6.Paris/de Gaulle (CDG)6.6223.7%
7.Mexico City (MEX)6.3567.0%
8.Incheon (ICN)5.2865.0%
9.Vancouver (YVR)4.8689.6%
10.Amsterdam (AMS)4.6972.1%
Top 10 Countries (Passenger Traffic to/From U.S.):
120.1 million Passengers, 61% of Total International Air Traffic
Passengers (mlns)% Change y-o-y% U.S. Citizen
1.Canada27.5317.0%28%
2.Mexico23.29210.1%62%
3.United Kingdom17.8812.0%37%
4.Japan12.077-2.6%24%
5.Germany10.5620.6%44%
6.France6.7333.5%47%
7.Dominican Republic6.26213.8%73%
8.South Korea5.3474.9%32%
9.Brazil5.1727.4%18%
10.China (PRC)5.13716.6%31%
Top 10 U.S. Airports (Passenger Traffic to/from Foreign Airports):
137.9 million Passengers, 69% of Total Air Traffic
Passengers (mlns)% Change y-o-y
1.New York (JFK)28.4366.7%
2.Miami (MIA)20.3551.2%
3.Los Angeles (LAX)19.3639.1%
4.Newark (EWR)12.0624.1%
5.Chicago (ORD)12.0517.8%
6.Atlanta (ATL)10.8776.2%
7.San Francisco (SFO)10.3306.5%
8.Houston (IAH)9.93110.0%
9.Dallas-Ft Worth (DFW)7.2538.5%
10.Washington Dulles (IAD)7.2064.0%
Top 10 Airlines (3) Serving U.S. International Non-Stop Markets:
114.5 million Passengers, 58% of Total Air Traffic
Passengers (mlns)% Change y-o-y
1.United Airlines30.5343.2%
2.Delta Air Lines23.0906.9%
3.American Airlines22.235-0.4%
4.US Airways8.162-0.2%
5.British Airways7.1904.0%
6.JetBlue Airways5.76423.2%
7.Lufthansa5.5152.2%
8.Air Canada (mainline)4.288-28.2%
9.West Jet4.2819.6%
10.Air France3.4570.7%

U.S. Department of Commerce
International Trade Administration
National Travel and Tourism Office (NTTO)
1401 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 10003
Washington, D.C. 20230
Phone: (202) 482-0140
Website: http://travel.trade.gov/
Email: ntto@trade.gov

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