How does TSA data differ from T100 or DB1b data?

The TSA throughput number includes everyone going through the screening machines at each airport security checkpoint. The majority of this traffic is passengers who depart from an airport with a domestic or international flight. The number includes airline crew members

How do TSA collect the throughput numbers?

The Department of Homeland Security’s Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employs about 43,000 transportation security officers (TSOs) who screen over 2 million passengers and their accessible and checked baggage each day at airports in the United States. At the airport level,

Do you provide passenger traffic data by airport terminal?

The most granular level of traffic data we present is at the airport security checkpoint level. In many airports, each terminal has one security checkpoint. However, in some airports, multiple terminals may share one security checkpoint.