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2001 Statistical Releases

To request a copy of archived statistical releases, please email Connie Tang at [email protected].

  • December 27, 2001
    DOT Proposes Rule To Require Airlines To Report Causes of Delays and Cancellations
  • December 13, 2001
    BTS Releases Airline Traffic and Financial Statistics
  • December 4, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows September Flight Cancellations
  • December 4, 2001
    Fewer Flights Delayed in October, According to DOT Report
  • November 6, 2001
    DOT Releases Monthly Air Travel Consumer Report
  • November 6, 2001
    More than a Quarter Million People a Day Enter the U.S. from Canada, BTS Reports
  • November 2, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Drop in Motor Vehicle Sales
  • October 17, 2001
    BTS Report Shows Most Passengers Fly Out of Large Hubs
  • October 4, 2001
    Overall Air Service Complaints Fall, According to DOT Air Travel Consumer Report
  • September 16, 2001
    U.S. Transportation Secretary Mineta Announces Rapid Response Teams on Airport, Aircraft Security
  • September 14, 2001
    Secretary Mineta Re-opens Skies to General Aviation
  • September 12, 2001
    Airports to Remain Closed, Mineta Says
  • September 7, 2001
    DOT Proposes Rule To Fill Small Airline and Cargo Data Gap
  • September 6, 2001
    Flight Delays Down in July, DOT Air Travel Consumer Report Shows
  • August 6, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Decline In Rail Accidents
  • August 1, 2001
    DOT Issues Monthly Air Travel Consumer Report
  • July 9, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Decline In Vehicle Miles-Traveled
  • July 9, 2001
    BTS Releases Transportation-Related Geographic Databases
  • July 2, 2001
    Flight Delays, Complaints, Baggage Mishandling Decline in May, DOT Reports
  • June 27, 2001
    BTS Releases Analysis Of Last Year's July 4 Flight Delays
  • June 11, 2001
    Airline Industry Profits Fell in 2000, BTS Year-end Financial Report Shows
  • June 6, 2001
    DOT Issues Monthly Air Travel Consumer Report
  • June 5, 2001
    Transportation Relies on Petroleum for Nearly All of Its Energy Needs, BTS Reports
  • June 4, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Decrease In Sales of Cars and Trucks
  • May 24, 2001
    Secretary Mineta Cautions Travelers About Air Congestion During Memorial Day Holiday
  • May 24, 2001
    Light Trucks are Driven More than Cars, BTS Journal Reports
  • May 21, 2001
    Air Transportation Continued to Grow In 2000, BTS Year-end Report Shows
  • April 30, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Decline In Air Carrier Return on Assets
  • April 3, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Decline In Late and Cancelled Flights
  • March 22, 2001
    2010 Traffic Data for U.S Airlines and Foreign Airlines U.S. Flights: Total Passengers Up from 2009, Still Below 2008
  • March 8, 2001
    BTS' New Pocket Guide to Transportation Shows Increase in Truck Travel
  • February 28, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Increase In Number of Domestic Flights
  • February 1, 2001
    DOT Issues Air Travel Consumer Report For December and Year 2000
  • January 31, 2001
    BTS Indicators Report Shows Drop in Transportation Profits
  • January 9, 2001
    BTS Journal Says Better Statistical Information Needed On Automotive Emissions
  • January 9, 2001
    DOT Displays Computer Tool To Identify Freight Bottlenecks
  • January 3, 2001
    BTS Survey Finds That Most Americans Support Enforcement of Seat Belt Laws
Updated: Wednesday, February 8, 2017
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