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U.S. Air Travel On-Time Performance

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February, with 86.2 percent of flights arriving on time, had highest on-time performance for any February and sixth highest for any month in 18 years with comparable records. February cancellation rate of 1.0 percent was the lowest for any February. No tarmac times of more than 3 hours in February, fifth month in last 13 with no lengthy domestic tarmac times. Weather is a major factor in airline performance – almost 40 percent of delays are due to weather Airline fuel costs continued to rise in February – at $2.98/gal up 7.6 percent from February 20112

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Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market (All Carriers)Demand on U.S Aviation System Continues to Increase: Air Passenger Travel Grew 61% from 1990 to 2011Passengers (millions)*

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2 of 5 adult Americans fly at least once a year. One-quarter of airline passengers fly for business. 25,000 to 30,000 U.S. domestic passenger flights each day. Daily, 2 million plus passengers travel on flights within and to and from the U.S. Flyers traveled on 194 airlines using 603 airports in 2011. In 2011, 4 out of 5 flights (79.62%) arrived on-time. Air Passenger Travel Statistics*

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In 2011, the Top 10 Airports Accounted for Almost One-Third of All Air Passenger Travel*

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics F41 Schedule P12AU.S. Airlines Spent $47 Billion on 16.4 Billion Gallons of Fuel in 2011 *$ per Gallon

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How We Measure On-Time PerformancePerformance measured against airlines' published schedules. Flights that don't reach gate within 15 minutes of scheduled arrival time are late arrivals. The same 15-minute rule applies to departure fights. On-time arrival performance has greatest impact on passengers.SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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Who Reports On-Time PerformanceAirlines with revenue of 1% of total revenue for all domestic airlines must report. Number of reporting airlines varies - as few as 10 in 2002, as many as 20 in 2007. In 2011, 16 reporting airlines carried 85% of domestic passengers and operated 70% of the flights. In 2012, 14 airlines meet the revenue threshold (one reports voluntarily).SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataOn-Time Performance, 1995-20117

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataOn-Time Performance Varies by Month, Oct. 2011- Feb. 2012. *

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataFlight Cancellation Rates, Oct. 2010 – Feb. 2012*

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Airline On-Time Arrival Rankings – Top 5 and the Bottom 5 2000 vs. 2011Note: Major airports have at least 1 percent of the total of scheduled service domestic passenger enplanements for all airports in the U.S. Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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Airport On-Time Arrival Rankings –Top Five and Bottom Five 2000 vs. 2011Note: Major airports have at least 1 percent of the total of scheduled service domestic passenger enplanements for all airports in the U.S. Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataOn-Time Performance Declines During the Day *

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataPercentage On-Time Arrival*

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*For 5 of Last 13 Months, No Domestic Flight On Tarmac Longer than 3 HoursSOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data NOTE: Data was not collected on international flights until Aug. 23, 2011.Flights with More than 3 Hours on TarmacInvolved flights bound for either New York JFK or Newark on Oct 29.Severe weather at O’Hare on June 21Severe weather at O’Hare on May 29

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Tarmac Delays Before and After April 2010 Tarmac Delay RuleSource: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U. S. Department of TransportationFlights with More than 3 Hours on Tarmac*

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Tarmac Delay Rule and Cancellation RateSOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataDOT enforcement rule took effectCancellation RateNumber of Flights*

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Over 12 Months, 104,000 Flights Canceled, 7.5 Million Passengers ImpactedSOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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Causes of Flight Delays, 2011Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U. S. Department of Transportation*

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Trends in the Causes of Flight DelaysSOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time DataPercentage Minutes Delayed*

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*Percent Late Arriving FlightsPercent Cancellations

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SOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data Jan. 2006: US Airways and America West mergeJan. 2010: Delta and Northwest merge Mild Winter Weather*Percent Canceled

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*Baggage Fee Revenue ($ millions)Million $

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Flying during Thanksgiving Holiday PeriodSOURCE: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, Airline On-Time Data*Percentage On-Time ArrivalsSun/Mon after Thanksgiving

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