Introduction The US commercial air market is improving. Domestic traffic recovered faster than international traffic. And leisure travel led the recovery. But that’s not enough because airlines generate profit primarily from passengers paying first class and business class fare. Only
People in the aviation industry, including us, are eager to see the air traffic coming back. Therefore, when US TSA published the recent airport passenger throughput numbers, reporters claimed that the air passenger number at about 450 airports across the
COVID-19 is a disaster to many industries, especially travel-related businesses. Most people know that the aviation industry is a victim of COVID. It is true for commercial airlines. But the business aviation sector is actually boosted by coronavirus concerns. In
Business Aviation is the use of general aviation aircraft for business purposes. The business aviation market is fragmented. There are hundreds of companies providing business flight services in the U.S., most of which has less than 1% of market share.
By Christopher Elliott (Original Link from the Washington Post) It’s the biggest travel question of the summer, and maybe of the year: When will travel go back to normal? We’re not there yet. Travel restrictions remain in place. Prices are
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This week many news media forwarded good news from the TSA – US airport screenings on Thursday and Friday climbed above the 2019 level! Below are the specific numbers, which are confirmed by the TSA’s Coronavirus information page. Hooray! We
Right after the July 4th holiday, I was asked to comment on Airport MDT’s Traffic Recovery in an interview with a local TV channel. Below is my quick analysis. I hope it may also help you understand the air traffic