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May 2015 U.S. Airline Traffic Data

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s EmEdjimurjE (BTS) reported today that U.S. airlines’ systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service load factor – a measure of the use of airline capacity – fell to 82.6 percent in May, seasonally adjusted,  declining for the third consecutive month (Table 1). Seasonal adjustment allows the comparing of monthly load factors to all other months.

Load Factor on All U.S. Scheduled Airlines (Domestic & International), May 2010 - May 2015

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Load Factor on All U.S. Scheduled Airlines (Domestic & International), May 2010 - May 2015

For May, U.S. airlines reported seasonally-adjusted all-time monthly highs in passenger enplanements, Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) and Available Seat-Miles (ASMs). Systemwide passenger enplanements in May (66.73 million) exceeded the previous record in April 2015 by 1.7 percent (Table 8). Systemwide RPMs in May (74.9 billion) exceeded the previous record in April 2015 by 1.2 percent (Table 4). Systemwide ASMs in May (90.7 billion) exceeded the previous record in April 2015 by 1.4 percent (Table 6). These all-time highs did not result in a higher load factor in May because the airline capacity growth exceeded the growth in passenger travel.

The May load factor of 82.6 was below the all-time seasonally-adjusted high of 84.5 in January 2014 (Table 2). Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares the system use, measured in Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of system capacity, measured in Available Seat-Miles (ASMs).

The seasonally-adjusted load factor fell in May for the third consecutive month (Table 1). The load factor declined from April to May despite a 1.2 percent increase in RPMs because system capacity grew faster (1.4 percent increase in ASMs) (Tables 3, 5).

Trends:

Seasonally-adjusted
The May load factor (82.6) dropped to the lowest level since November 2014 (Table 1). In May, RPMs, the passenger measure used to calculate load factor, reached an all-time high. However, the RPM increase did not keep pace with the increase in ASMs, leading to a decrease in the load factor. Ten of the last 11 months, starting with July 2014 through May 2015 are the 10 all-time highest months for RPMs with May 2015 the highest. November 2014 was not among the top 10 (Table 4).

Seasonally adjusted trends are for the time period January 2000 to present.

Unadjusted

Systemwide: Load factor (83.9) was down from the all-time May high set in 2014 (85.0). The number of passengers, RPMs and ASMs all reached record highs for any May.

Domestic: Load factor (85.5) was down from the all-time high for the month of May set in 2014 (86.3). The number of passengers, RPMs and ASMs all reached record highs for any May.

International: Load factor (80.4) was down from May 2014 (82.3) and from the all-time May high set in 2013 (82.8). The number of passengers, RPMs and ASMs all reached record highs for any May.

Unadjusted trends are for the time period January 1996 to present. Data are available at and can be downloaded from the  page.

Seasonally-Adjusted Air Travel

Seasonally-Adjusted Revenue Passenger-Miles

RPMs rose 1.2 percent from April to May, the fourth consecutive month of growth (Table 3).

RPMs of 74.9 billion in May were the highest all-time seasonally-adjusted total.  Five of the top 10 all-time highest months for RPMs have been in 2015 and five were in 2014 (Table 4).  

Seasonally-Adjusted Available Seat-Miles

ASMs rose 1.4 percent from April to May, the third consecutive month of growth (Table 5).

ASMs of 90.7 billion in May were the highest all-time seasonally-adjusted total.  Four of the top 10 all-time highest months for ASMs have been in 2015 and one was in 2014 (Table 6).

Seasonally-Adjusted Passenger Enplanements

Systemwide: Systemwide passenger rose 1.7 percent from April to May, rising for the third consecutive month (Table 7). The systemwide total  rose from April to May because of growth in domestic (1.9 percent) and international enplanements (0.5 percent) (Tables 9, 11).

Enplanements of 66.7 million in May were the highest all-time seasonally-adjusted total.  Five of the top 10 all-time highest months for enplanements have been in 2015 and one was in 2014 (Table 8).

Domestic: Enplanements on domestic flights rose 1.9 percent from April to May, rising for the 11th consecutive month (Table 9). Domestic enplanements in May (58.3 million) were the highest all-time seasonally-adjusted total. Three of the top 10 all-time highest months for domestic enplanements have been in 2015. No other post-recession months are among the top 10 all-time highest months for domestic enplanements (Table 10).

International: U.S. airlines’ international enplanements rose 0.5 percent from April to May, rising after one month of decline (Table 11). The May level (8.4 million) was the second highest all-time seasonally-adjusted total, almost equal to the all-time seasonally adjusted high in December 2014 (8.4 million). Five of the top 10 all-time highest months for international enplanements have been in 2015 and five were in 2014 (Tables 11, 12).

Unadjusted Tables

Unadjusted Load Factor
U.S. airlines’ systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service load factor – a measure of the use of airline capacity – was 83.9 percent in May, up from April but down from May 2014 (Table 13).

The May load factor of 83.9 was down from the all-time unadjusted high for the month of May of 85.0 reached in 2014. The May load factor was below the all-time unadjusted high of 87.0 in June 2013 (Table 14).

The load factor fell year-to-year despite a 4.4 percent increase in RPMs from May 2014 to May 2015 because ASMs grew faster (5.7 percent) (Tables 15, 17).

Unadjusted Revenue Passenger-Miles

RPMs in May increased 7.4 percent from April and increased 4.4 percent from May 2014 (Table 15).

RPMs of 78.5 billion in May were the 10th all-time unadjusted high, 6.2 percent less than the all-time unadjusted high reached in July 2014.  One of the top 10 all-time highest months for RPMs has been in 2015 and three were in 2014 (Table 16). 

Unadjusted Available Seat-Miles

ASMs in May increased 5.6 percent from April and increased 5.7 percent from May 2014 (Table 17).

ASMs of 93.6 billion in May were the fifth all-time unadjusted high, 3.1 percent less than the all-time unadjusted high reached in July 2014.  One of the top 10 all-time highest months for ASMs has been in 2015 and three were in 2014 (Table 18). 

Unadjusted Passenger Enplanements

Systemwide: Systemwide unadjusted passenger enplanements in May 2015 (69.9 million) rose 6.0 percent from April and 5.1 percent from May 2014 (Table 19).

The May 2015 systemwide enplanement total (69.9 million) was the seventh all-time unadjusted high, 3.5 percent less than the all-time unadjusted high in July 2007 (72.4 million). The May 2015 level was the all-time unadjusted high for the month of May.

Domestic: Domestic unadjusted passenger enplanements in May 2015 (61.2 million) rose 6.1 percent from April (57.7 million) and rose 5.7 percent from May 2014 (57.9 million) (Table 21).

Domestic unadjusted passenger enplanements in May 2015 (61.2 million) were the seventh all-time unadjusted high, 3.6 percent less than the all-time unadjusted high in July 2007 (63.5 million) (Table 21 and 22). The May 2015 level was the all-time unadjusted high load factor for the month of May.

International: International unadjusted passenger enplanements in May 2015 (8.7 million) rose 5.5 percent from April (8.2 million) and rose 0.6 percent from May 2014 (8.6 million) (Table 23).

International unadjusted passenger enplanements in May 2015 (8.7 million) were 14.4 percent less than the all-time unadjusted high in July 2014 (10.1 million) (Table 23). The May 2015 level was the all-time unadjusted high load factor for the month of May.

Unadjusted trends are for the time period January 1996 to present. Data are available at and can be downloaded from the  page.

Explanation of seasonal adjustment
When the primary purpose is to examine monthly shifts in transportation services output and analyze short-term trends, the variation introduced by normal seasonal changes must be removed from the data. Transportation is highly seasonal, and without adjustment, the data do not give an accurate picture of underlying changes in aviation and passenger travel.

Seasonal adjustment of the data removes the seasonal events that follow a regular seasonal pattern. Changes that are not due to seasonality, such as a change in air travel resulting from economic conditions become more readily apparent.

The aviation data are seasonally adjusted for the effects of trading day, moving holidays, and data outliers.

See Seasonal Adjustment for methodology and additional explanation.

Reporting Notes
Data are compiled from monthly reports filed with BTS by commercial U.S. air carriers detailing operations, passenger traffic and freight traffic. This release includes data received by BTS from 81 carriers as of Aug. 4 for U.S. carrier scheduled civilian operations.

Go to for the complete list of reporting and non-reporting carriers. U.S. carriers’ foreign point-to-point flights are included in system and international totals. To create a customized table for passengers, flights, RPMs, ASMs and other data, including non-scheduled service, go to

For additional scheduled service numbers for U.S. airlines, U.S. and foreign airlines, by airline and by airport, see , , , and .

Traffic numbers are available on the BTS website at TranStats, the Intermodal Transportation Database, at . Click on “Aviation.” For systemwide passengers, RPMs and ASMs by carrier through May, click on “Air Carrier Summary Data (Form 41 and 298C Summary Data),” and then click on “Schedule T-1.” Use crosstabs to find scheduled service.

For domestic numbers through May and international numbers through February by origin as well as by carrier, click on “Aviation,” then click on “Air Carrier Statistics (Form 41 Traffic).”  Click on “T-100 Market” for system passenger numbers, “T-100 Domestic Market” for domestic or “T-100 International Market” for international. For flights, stage length and trip length, use the appropriate T-100 Segment database. Use crosstabs to find scheduled service.

International totals in this press release consist of all U.S. carrier operations to and from the U.S. and from one foreign point to another foreign point. TranStats T-100 systemwide and international totals do not include U.S. carriers’ foreign point-to-point flights. For May, U.S. carriers reported 105,224 foreign point-to-point passengers. For January through May, U.S. carriers reported 553,423 foreign point-to-point passengers.

Data are subject to revision. BTS has scheduled Sept. 11 for the release of June traffic data. None of the data are from samples so measures of statistical significance do not apply.

Seasonally-Adjusted Tables

Table 1. U.S. Airlines Seasonally-Adjusted Monthly Load Factor

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs/ASMs (both seasonally-adjusted) in percent

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January82.383.384.583.1
February82.383.683.983.9
March82.882.882.983.2
April82.882.983.782.8
May82.382.983.782.6
June82.883.483.0 
July82.582.983.2 
August83.182.883.4 
September82.883.083.3 
October84.283.083.4 
November83.183.582.6 
December83.383.483.1 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of Available Seat-Miles (ASMs).

Table 2. 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Load Factors, 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs/ASMs (both seasonally-adjusted) in percent

Scheduled service only

RankDateSeasonally-Adjusted Load Factor
1January 201484.5
2October 201284.2
3February 201483.9
4February 201583.9
5May 201483.7
6April 201483.7
7February 201383.6
8October 201083.5
9November 201383.5
10October 201483.4

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of Available Seat-Miles (ASMs).

Table 3. U.S. Airlines Seasonally-Adjusted Monthly Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs)

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs (seasonally-adjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January68.069.471.173.0
February68.670.771.273.2
March68.869.371.673.7
April68.769.671.674.0
May68.369.871.874.9
June68.470.171.6 
July68.069.772.0 
August68.670.172.0 
September68.470.172.0 
October68.270.472.6 
November68.870.972.0 
December68.870.973.4 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Revenue passenger-miles are a measure of the volume of air passenger transportation. A revenue passenger-mile is equal to one paying passenger carried one mile.

Table 4. 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs), 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs (seasonally-adjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthSeasonally-Adjusted RPMs in billions
1May 201574.9
2April 201574.0
3March 201573.7
4December 201473.4
5February 201573.2
6January 201573.0
7October 201472.6
8July 201472.0
9September 201472.0
10August 201472.0

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Revenue passenger-miles are a measure of the volume of air passenger transportation. A revenue passenger-mile is equal to one paying passenger carried one mile.

Table 5. U.S. Airlines Seasonally-Adjusted Monthly Available Seat-Miles (ASMs)

Systemwide (Domestic + International) ASMs (seasonally-adjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January82.683.384.288.0
February83.384.584.887.2
March83.283.786.488.6
April83.083.985.689.4
May82.984.285.890.7
June82.784.186.2 
July82.584.186.6 
August82.684.786.4 
September82.784.486.5 
October81.184.887.0 
November82.884.987.2 
December82.685.088.4 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Available seat-miles are a measure of the capacity of air passenger transportation. An available seat-mile is equal to one aircraft seat carried one mile.

Table 6. 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Available Seat-Miles (ASMs), 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) ASMs (seasonally-adjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthSeasonally-Adjusted ASMs in billions
1May 201590.7
2April 201589.4
3March 201588.6
4December 201488.4
5November 200788.3
6December 200788.1
7January 200888.0
8January 201588.0
9February 200887.7
10October 200787.7

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Available seat-miles are a measure of the capacity of air passenger transportation. An available seat-mile is equal to one aircraft seat carried one mile.

Table 7. U.S. Airlines Systemwide Seasonally-Adjusted Passenger Enplanements

Systemwide (Domestic + International) passenger enplanements (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January61.1461.8562.7564.73
February61.5062.9462.9564.71
March61.2361.3363.8665.38
April61.4261.6263.3865.62
May60.9461.5263.3866.73
June61.0861.8563.21 
July61.0761.1763.55 
August61.4761.6963.58 
September61.2962.0063.93 
October61.1262.1164.02 
November61.1863.0464.26 
December61.8562.6264.39 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Market

Table 8. Systemwide 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthSeasonally-Adjusted enplanements in millions
1May 201566.73
2April 201565.62
3March 201565.38
4August 200764.87
5January 201564.73
6February 201564.71
7October 200764.69
8September 200764.43
9November 200764.41
10December 201464.39

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Market

Table 9. U.S. Airlines Domestic Seasonally-Adjusted Passenger Enplanements

Domestic passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January53.4053.9054.4456.33
February53.6854.8754.6756.35
March53.3653.3155.5257.02
April53.5753.6455.0057.26
May53.1253.4755.0158.34
June53.2953.7154.83 
July53.2852.9655.17 
August53.6453.4655.23 
September53.3153.8155.64 
October53.2153.8755.83 
November53.2554.8155.95 
December53.9254.3555.99 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Domestic Market

Table 10. Domestic 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

Domestic passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthSeasonally-Adjusted enplanements in millions
1May 201558.34
2April 201557.26
3August 200757.24
4October 200757.02
5March 201557.02
6September 200756.89
7June 200756.89
8May 200756.88
9July 200756.79
10April 200756.75

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Domestic Market

Table 11. U.S. Airlines International Seasonally-Adjusted Passenger Enplanements

International passenger enplanements (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January7.747.958.318.39
February7.828.088.288.36
March7.878.028.348.36
April7.867.988.388.35
May7.828.058.378.40
June7.798.138.39 
July7.798.208.38 
August7.838.238.35 
September7.988.198.30 
October7.918.248.19 
November7.938.248.31 
December7.928.278.40 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 International Market

Table 12. International 10 Months with Highest Seasonally-Adjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

International passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (seasonally-adjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthSeasonally-Adjusted enplanements in millions
1December 20148.40
2May 20158.40
3January 20158.39
4June 20148.39
5April 20148.38
6July 20148.38
7May 20148.37
8February 20158.36
9March 20158.36
10April 20158.35

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 International Market

Table 13. U.S. Airlines Unadjusted Monthly Load Factor

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs/ASMs (both unadjusted) in percent

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January77.678.980.379.1
February76.679.279.880.2
March83.084.383.583.9
April82.581.683.482.5
May83.584.285.083.9
June86.587.086.4 
July86.686.686.7 
August86.586.186.5 
September81.681.681.9 
October83.482.282.8 
November81.979.379.8 
December81.584.482.6 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of Available Seat-Miles (ASMs).

Table 14. 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Load Factors, 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs/ASMs (both unadjusted) in percent

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted Load Factor
1June 201387.0
2July 201186.9
3July 201086.8
4July 201486.7
4July 201486.7
5July 201386.6
6July 201286.6
7June 201286.5
8August 201286.5
9August 201486.5

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of Available Seat-Miles (ASMs).

Table 15. U.S. Airlines Unadjusted Monthly Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs)

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs (unadjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January61.162.464.166.0
February57.557.557.959.8
March70.872.273.675.8
April67.867.870.773.1
May71.273.075.278.5
June76.077.979.5 
July79.681.383.7 
August77.779.381.2 
September65.266.668.4 
October67.069.171.3 
November63.463.065.2 
December65.970.471.8 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Revenue passenger-miles are a measure of the volume of air passenger transportation. A revenue passenger-mile is equal to one paying passenger carried one mile.

Table 16. 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs), 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) RPMs (unadjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted RPMs in billions
1July 201483.7
2July 201381.3
3August 201481.2
4July 201180.4
5July 200779.9
6July 201279.6
7June 201479.5
8August 201379.3
9July 200878.8
10May 201578.5

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Revenue passenger-miles are a measure of the volume of air passenger transportation. A revenue passenger-mile is equal to one paying passenger carried one mile.

Table 17. U.S. Airlines Unadjusted Monthly Monthly Available Seat-Miles (ASMs)

Systemwide (Domestic + International) ASMs (unadjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January78.779.279.883.4
February75.072.672.574.5
March85.385.688.290.3
April82.183.184.888.6
May85.286.788.593.6
June87.889.592.0 
July91.993.896.5 
August89.992.294.0 
September80.081.583.5 
October80.384.086.1 
November77.479.581.7 
December80.983.486.8 

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Available seat-miles are a measure of the capacity of air passenger transportation. An available seat-mile is equal to one aircraft seat carried one mile.

Table 18. 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Available Seat-Miles (ASMs), 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) ASMs (unadjusted) in billions (000,000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted ASMs in billions
1July 201496.5
2August 201494.0
3July 201393.8
4July 200893.7
5May 201593.6
6July 200792.9
7August 200792.8
8July 201192.5
9August 201392.2
10June 201492.0

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Segment

Note: Available seat-miles are a measure of the capacity of air passenger transportation. An available seat-mile is equal to one aircraft seat carried one mile.

Table 19. U.S. Airlines Systemwide Unadjusted Passenger Enplanements

Systemwide (Domestic + International) passenger enplanements (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January54.4455.3555.8157.78
February53.1152.4952.4454.16
March64.4665.1066.4468.15
April61.5060.9863.4965.89
May63.6864.7966.5169.87
June66.6167.0868.60 
July69.1969.2271.89 
August67.7667.7369.53 
September57.4258.1959.99 
October60.9362.1664.49 
November58.7457.6059.74 
December58.8762.4963.78 
5 Mo. Total297.19298.71304.69315.85
Yr. Total736.71743.18762.71315.85

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Market

Table 20. Systemwide 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

Systemwide (Domestic + International) passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted enplanements in millions
1July 200772.40
2July 201471.89
3August 200771.34
4July 200570.57
5July 200870.47
6July 201169.91
7May 201569.87
8June 200769.69
9August 201469.53
10July 200669.51

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Market

Table 21. U.S. Airlines Domestic Unadjusted Passenger Enplanements

Domestic passenger numbers (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled Service Only

 2012201320142015
January47.0847.8247.9649.73
February46.4145.7445.5147.16
March56.2056.5757.7659.51
April53.6953.2355.2557.66
May55.7556.5657.8961.20
June57.9057.9959.26 
July59.6959.3161.76 
August58.6558.1259.76 
September50.1450.7752.53 
October53.7854.7157.08 
November51.8550.5452.58 
December51.1754.3355.49 
5 Mo. Total259.13259.92264.37275.26
Yr. Total642.31645.69662.83275.26

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Domestic Market

Table 22. Domestic 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

Domestic passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted enplanements in millions
1July 200763.46
2August 200762.66
3July 200562.40
4July 201461.76
5June 200761.49
6July 200861.40
7May 201561.20
8July 200660.84
9July 201160.31
10August 201459.76

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 Domestic Market

Table 23. U.S. Airlines International Unadjusted International Passenger Enplanements

International passenger enplanements (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

 2012201320142015
January7.367.537.858.06
February6.706.756.937.00
March8.268.538.688.64
April7.807.758.248.22
May7.938.228.628.67
June8.719.089.34 
July9.509.9110.13 
August9.119.619.77 
September7.297.437.46 
October7.157.457.41 
November6.897.067.16 
December7.718.168.29 
5 Mo. Total38.0538.7840.3240.59
Yr. Total94.4197.4899.8840.59

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 International Market

Table 24. International 10 Months with Highest Unadjusted Available Passenger Enplanements, 2000-2015

International passenger enplanements on U.S. airlines (unadjusted) in millions (000,000)

Scheduled service only

RankMonthUnadjusted enplanements in millions
1July 201410.13
2July 20139.91
3August 20149.77
4August 20139.61
5July 20119.60
6July 20129.50
7June 20149.34
8July 20109.29
9August 20129.11
10June 20139.08

Source: EmEdjimurjE, T-100 International Market

Updated: Tuesday, December 12, 2017
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