The United States Department of Transportation (DOT) collects and publish tons of aviation statistics data. We can help you transform those data into queryable data warehouse and produce powerful insights about market shares, demand growth, fare trend, and competitive landscape.
T-100: The Air Carrier Statistics database, also known as the T-100 data bank, contains domestic and international airline market and segment data. Certificated U.S. air carriers report monthly air carrier traffic information using Form T-100. The data is collected by the Office of Airline Information, Bureau of Transportation Statistics. This database can be used to analyze air traffic patterns, carrier load factors, carrier market shares, as well as passenger, freight, and mail cargo flow within the aviation mode.
DB1B: Airline Origin and Destination Survey, also known as the DB1B data (Link 1, Link 2), is a 10% sample of airline tickets from reporting carriers collected by the Office of Airline Information of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Data includes origin, destination and other itinerary details of passengers transported. This database can be used to determine air traffic patterns, air carrier market shares and passenger flows at the true O&D (origin & destination) level.
Form 41 Financial Data: The Form 41 Financial Reports contain financial information on large certified U.S. air carriers. Financial information includes balance sheet, cash flow, employment, income statement, fuel cost and consumption, aircraft operating expenses, and operating expenses. This data is collected by the Office of Airline Information of the Bureau of Transportation Statistics and can be used for analyzing airlines’ financial performance and cost benchmarking.
Airline On-Time Performance: This database contains scheduled and actual departure and arrival times reported by certified U.S. air carriers that account for at least one percent of domestic scheduled passenger revenues. The data is collected by the Office of Airline Information, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) and can be used to benchmark U.S. airlines’ on-time performance.