This statistic highlights American Airline’s Passenger Enplanements starting from the Q1 of 2016 to the latest.
American Airlines is the major holding of AMR Corp. The airlines serve customers worldwide. They provide passenger and cargo services across the world. Their domestic third party regional services run under the brand name American Eagle. The Company’s cargo division provides a range of freight and mail services with facilities and interline connections available across the globe. They operate a fleet of more than 1500 aircraft. Its services are divided into mainline and regional. Together the company operates more than 6500 flights per day. The mainline segment accounts for almost two-thirds of the company’s revenue, the remaining comes from regional and cargo services. The mainline segment runs around 900 aircraft and the regional service runs 600 aircraft. They use both Boeing and Airbus aircraft. It serves in more than 350 destinations across almost 52 countries. They run their operations through hubs in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington Dc with international services to Canada, Central and South America, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Enplaned passengers are defined as the passengers boarding a flight at a particular point in time. Enplanement consists of all persons boarding a flight other than the crew and passengers who boarded at an earlier stop.
The passenger enplanement figure back in the first quarter of 2016 was 46.92 million and then increased to 51.95 million in the second quarter, 51.87 million in the third quarter, and 47.98 million in the fourth quarter.
The passenger enplanements decreased in 2017 to 46.36 million in the first quarter, 51.82 million in the second quarter, 51.44 million in the third quarter and then increased to 50.03 million in the last quarter.
The passenger enplanement numbers started to pick up in 2018 with the figures increasing to 47.63 million in the first quarter, 53.06 million in the second quarter, 52.58 million in the third quarter, and 50.48 million in the last quarter.
This growth continued into 2019 and the passenger enplanement increased to 49.94 million in the first quarter, 55.46 million in the second quarter, 55.93 million in the third quarter, and 53.85 million in the fourth quarter.
The year on year and quarter on quarter increase in passenger enplanement gives a positive outlook for the company. Although the unforeseen virus outbreak is going to take a huge hit on these numbers for 2020 and there might be almost no passenger enplanements in the second quarter. The passenger enplanement numbers will go to an all-time low across all quarters of 2020. Revival might just be seen in the next year. Despite the current situation, it is still one of the largest airlines and the passenger enplanement data also shows the same. The company’s strong reputation might help them in coping with the aftermath of the Coronavirus pandemic.
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