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  • US airlines employed 715,963 workers in June 2018, 2.4% more than in June 2017. 
  • US airlines June fuel cost ($2.21/gal), rose 2cts from May ($2.19) and 67cts from June2017 ($1.54)
  • BTS’ for-hire freight shipment index (TSI) rose 0.4 percent in June 2018 from May 2018, rising for the second consecutive month to reaching a new all-time high.
  • BTS’ for-hire freight shipment index (TSI) in June 2018 was 8.2% higher than in June 2017. 
  • A record 965 million passengers flew in the US and to/from the US in 2017 on US and foreign airlines. 
  •  A record 223 million passengers flew to and from the U.S in 2017 - 108 million on US airlines and 116 million on foreign airlines.
  • Southwest Airlines carried more total system passengers in 2017 than any other US airline - 158 million – followed by Delta Airlines and American Airlines. 
  • American Airlines carried more passengers on international flights to and from the US in 2017 than any other US or foreign carrier – 28 million – followed by United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. 
  • British Airways carried the most passengers on flights to and from the US of any foreign airline – 7 million – followed by Lufthansa and WestJet. 
  • Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson was the top US airport for total system passenger boardings in 2017 – 50 million – followed by Los Angeles International and Chicago O’Hare. 
  • New York John F. Kennedy was the top US airport for international passenger boardings in 2017 – 16 million – followed by Los Angeles International and Miami. 
  • 849 million passengers flew on US airlines in 2017, an all-time high – 742 million domestic and 108 million international. 
  • US passenger airlines’ workforce in May 2018 reached its highest level since December 2004 – 438,215 workers, up 3.0% in one year. 
  • Low-cost airlines – those with a low-cost business model – grew their workforce in May 2018 by 2.3% percent in one year and 27.9% percent in four years. 
  • American Airlines employed the most workers of any US airline in May 2018 – 102,528 
  • 79.4% of May 2018 flights arrived on-time, above 79.1% in May 2017
  • May 2018 flight cancellation rate – 1.2% – was above the May 2017 rate of 0.8%
  • Airlines with the highest on-time arrival percent in May 2018 –Hawaiian, 90.8; Delta, 85.0; Endeavor, 83.2
  • Airlines with the lowest on-time arrival percent in May 2018– JetBlue, 71.0; Frontier 71.8; PSA Airlines, 75.0. 
  • Airports with the highest on-time arrival percent in May 2018 – Honolulu, 89.3; Houston, 86.1; Detroit, 85.3. 
  • Airports with the lowest on-time arrival percent in May 2018 – Philadelphia, 70.9; Newark, 67.8; San Francisco, 67.0. 
  • Trucks carried $67.9 of North American freight in May 2018, up 8.9% from May 2017.
  • Laredo was the top truck port on the southern border in May 2018. Detroit was the top truck port on the northern border.
  • Rail carried $15.3B of North American freight in May 2018, up 0.7% from May 2017
  • US airlines’ passenger enplanements reached a seasonally-adjusted all-time high of 73.9 million in May 2018
  • US airline’s systemwide load factor, 83.8% was down 1.0 points from the all-time seasonally-adjusted high reached in October 2015
  • 1Q 2018 US airline net profits ($1.7billion) were down 14.4% from 1Q 2017
  • In March 2018 US airlines made $1.1 billion in baggage fees, 2.6% of total operating revenue
  • In March 2018, US airlines made $661.9 million from reservation change fees, 1.6% of total operating revenue
  • The 1Q 2018 average domestic itinerary air fare ($346) was down 3.7 percent from 1Q 2017 ($360) and down 1.1 percent from 4Q 2017 ($350)
Updated: Thursday, August 16, 2018
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