Air Carrier Traffic (ACT)
This module includes operational, traffic and capacity statistics of both international and domestic scheduled airlines as well as non scheduled operators. The new tool allows you to quickly visualize monthly traffic and capacity trends for passenger, freight and mail services for an individual carrier, group of carriers or compare these between different air carriers.
Traffic by Flight Stage (TFS)
TFS contains annual traffic on-board aircraft on individual flight stages of international scheduled services. The data, classified by international flight stage, shows for each air carrier and aircraft type used, the number of flights operated, the aircraft capacity offered and the traffic (passengers, freight and mail) carried.
Air Carrier Finances (ACF)
This module shows international scheduled airlines financial data, including revenues and expenditures for the year (calendar or fiscal), assets and liabilities at the end of the year and retained earnings as well as summary traffic data. In addition, is provided comparisons of unit costs and revenue yields over time and between air carriers, breakeven load factors, the distribution of the main accounts included in the operating revenues and costs as well as a few financial ratios.
Airport Traffic (AT)
Covers monthly or annual traffic data for major international airports. The data consists of aircraft movements, number of passengers embarked and disembarked and tonnes of freight and mail loaded and unloaded.
On-Flight Origin and Destination (OFOD)
Shows on an aggregate basis the number of passengers, freight and mail tonnes carried between all international city-pairs on scheduled services. These data are collected on a quarterly basis, but due to confidentiality restrictions can only be shown 6 months after the end of each reporting period.
Air Carrier Fleet and Personnel (ACFP)
Part one covers the fleet data of international and domestic scheduled airlines as well as non-scheduled operators. The data consist of statistics on the number and types of aircraft operated, their capacity and their utilization.
Part two deals with the personnel data of international and domestic scheduled airlines as well as non-scheduled operators. The data consist of statistics on the number of airline personnel by job category and the annual expenditures for these personnel.