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So I realise this it's still 2013 but I thought I may as well separate this from the Oceanic Aviation threads in case anyone decides to use them. Here come the Australian September 2013 stats. Again I haven't accounted for any difference in inbound and outbound flights due to pure ceebs.

 

Qantas

Chile - 86.90%

China - 80.60%

Hong Kong (SAR) - 79.55%

Indonesia - 75.00%

Japan - 83.55%

New Caledonia - 73.65%

New Zealand - 71.45%

Papua New Guinea - 60.90%

Philippines, The - 75.35%

Singapore - 71.65%

South Africa - 80.20%

Thailand - 82.10%

UK - 89.75%

USA - 90.50%

ALL SERVICES - 79.55%

 

Jetstar

China - 64.35%

Fiji - 84.40%

Indonesia - 77.20%

Japan - 67.05%

New Zealand - 75.15%

Philippines, The - 70.70%

Singapore - 71.80%

Thailand - 66.85%

USA - 85.65%

ALL SERVICES - 73.75%

 

Virgin Australia

Fiji - 80.55%

Indonesia - 76.80%

New Zealand  - 74.35%

Papua New Guinea - 53.45%

Solomon Islands - 50.60%

Thailand - 58.95%

Tonga - 64.80%

UAE - 75.5%

USA - 87.65%

Vanuatu - 83.55%

ALL SERVICES - 76.55%

 

Air New Zealand

Cook Islands - 85.20%

New Zealand - 79.00%

ALL SERVICES - 79.05%

 

Aircalin

New Caledonia - 75.25%

 

Air Niugini

Papua New Guinea - 63.85%

 

Air Vanuatu

Vanuatu - 77.05%

 

Airlines PNG

Papua New Guinea - 77.05%

 

Fiji Airways

Fiji - 84.45%

 

Our Airline

Nauru - 70.90%

 

Tigerair

Singapore - 70.15%

 

Virgin Samoa

Western Samoa - 64.15%



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Interesting 



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October 2013:

 

Qantas

Chile - 87.80%

China - 76.00%

Hong Kong (SAR) - 81.60%

Indonesia - 69.60%

Japan - 87.40%

New Caledonia - 89.75%

New Zealand - 77.35%

Papua New Guinea - 54.65%

Philippines, The - 81.75%

Singapore - 69.70%

South Africa - 75.05%

Thailand - 84.90%

UK - 71.90%

USA - 81.45%

ALL SERVICES - 77.30%

 

Jetstar

China - 68.25%

Fiji - 88.60%

Indonesia - 81.15%

Japan - 67.60%

New Zealand - 76.35%

Singapore - 73.05%

Thailand - 74.25%

USA - 82.15%

ALL SERVICES - 75.50%

 

Virgin Australia

Fiji - 79.25%

Indonesia - 74.90%

New Zealand  - 76.15%

Papua New Guinea - 45.60%

Solomon Islands - 48.90%

Thailand - 66.60%

Tonga - 60.35%

UAE - 67.75%

USA - 74.20%

Vanuatu - 79.90%

ALL SERVICES - 74.15%

 

Air New Zealand

Cook Islands - 78.45%

New Zealand - 83.05%

ALL SERVICES - 83.00%

 

Aircalin

New Caledonia - 83.85%

 

Air Niugini

Papua New Guinea - 58.20%

 

Air Vanuatu

Vanuatu - 70.50%

 

Airlines PNG

Papua New Guinea - 43.05%

 

Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong - 84.15%

 

Fiji Airways

Fiji - 85.60%

 

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia - 83.50%

 

Our Airline

Nauru - 58.40%

 

Singapore Airlines

Singapore - 77.05%

 

Scoot

Singapore - 70.15%

 

Thai Airways International

Thailand - 74.15%

 

Tigerair

Singapore - 72.70%

 

Virgin Samoa

Western Samoa - 60.10%

 

If you have any special requests please feel free to ask below, and I will include them in the monthly updates.



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Where's SQ, CX, TG, TZ, etc.


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For Qantas, I noticed china, indonesia, and singapore decreased from the previous data you posted

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November 2013:

 

Qantas

Chile - 88.95%

China - 75.45%

Hong Kong (SAR) - 81.20%

Indonesia - 69.95%

Japan - 88.60%

New Caledonia - 85.85%

New Zealand - 78.85%

Papua New Guinea - 60.15%

Philippines, The - 83.30%

Singapore - 72.65%

South Africa - 73.75%

Thailand - 84.40%

UK - 67.35%

USA - 81.00%

ALL SERVICES - 77.65%

 

Jetstar

China - 65.25%

Fiji - 85.85%

Indonesia - 76.65%

Japan - 66.10%

New Zealand - 82.50%

Singapore - 70.75%

Thailand - 67.60%

USA - 79.20%

ALL SERVICES - 74.15%

 

Jetstar Asia

Singapore - 75.85%

 

Virgin Australia

Fiji - 74.30%

Indonesia - 69.15%

New Zealand  - 78.35%

Papua New Guinea - 49.70%

Solomon Islands - 49.40%

Thailand - 58.30%

Tonga - 60.40%

UAE - 60.15%

USA - 75.70%

Vanuatu - 69.05%

ALL SERVICES - 73.35%

 

Virgin Samoa

Western Samoa - 63.50%

 

Air New Zealand

Cook Islands - 77.00%

New Zealand - 85.10%

ALL SERVICES - 85.05%

 

Aircalin

New Caledonia - 85.05%

 

Air Niugini

Papua New Guinea - 59.05%

 

Air Vanuatu

Vanuatu - 58.60%

 

Airlines PNG

Papua New Guinea - 59.40%

 

Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong - 81.40%

 

Fiji Airways

Fiji - 81.55%

 

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia - 81.75%

 

Our Airline

Nauru - 66.10%

 

Singapore Airlines

Singapore - 76.10%

 

Scoot

Singapore - 69.15%

 

Thai Airways International

Thailand - 65.50%

 

Tigerair

Singapore - 65.35%

 

If you have any special requests please feel free to ask below, and I will include them in the monthly updates.

Load factors are only indicative of how airlines listed above perform on international routes to and from Australia.  The percentage is calculated as an average of the average inbound and outbound load factors.



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American, Delta, Jetblue, Allegiant, Spirit, Air Canada, United, etc.



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American, Delta, Jetblue, Allegiant, Spirit, Air Canada, United, etc.

Why the hell would Ar list all of them?

Of those only DL, AC and UA fly to Australia, and even then it's only SYD (except for UA's SYD-MEL extension but they can't sell that indivually) with like one or maybe two daily flights.

 

SM, QF went down, JQ went up. I'm wondering if it was some sort of JQ special :/


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American, Delta, Jetblue, Allegiant, Spirit, Air Canada, United, etc.

 

Air Canada

Canada - 77.60%

 

Delta Air Lines

USA - 88.00%

 

United Airlines

Guam - 65.55%

USA - 75.30%

 

If you have any special requests please feel free to ask below, and I will include them in the monthly updates.

Load factors are only indicative of how airlines listed above perform on international routes to and from Australia.  The percentage is calculated as an average of the average inbound and outbound load factors.



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Why the hell would Ar list all of them?
Of those only DL, AC and UA fly to Australia, and even then it's only SYD (except for UA's SYD-MEL extension but they can't sell that indivually) with like one or maybe two daily flights.
 
SM, QF went down, JQ went up. I'm wondering if it was some sort of JQ special :/


Sorry for reading the part about special requests?

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Sorry for reading the part about special requests?

 

Just found it weird that you requested several airlines that didn't fly to Australia/NZ when this thread is in the 'Oceanic Aviation' subforum is all :whistle:


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Sorry for reading the part about special requests?

 

The load factors i post in this thread are regarding the load factors that international airlines achieve on their routes which fly in and out of Australia. I do accept special requests in the sense that, I will post data about a particular airline and its passenger load factor (cargo if you really want as well) on its routes to and from Australia. The airlines which fall into this category include airlines such as LAN and Air India among others which I choose not to post due to the shear amount of them. As a result the airlines I post are those in the Southwest Pacific region as well as airlines from previous requests (SQ, TG, CX, TZ). With your requests of load factors on routes flying into and out of Australia on American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Jetblue, Allegiant, Spirit, Air Canada and United, I tracked down the data for the airlines in that list that do fly to and from Australia. I am not aware that American Airlines, Jetblue, Allegiant nor Spirit fly to Australia however if you could tell me what routes they fly to and from Australia it would be greatly appreciated.



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Interesting, a fair drop for Thai, especially considering Qantas has remained strong to Thailand.

 

Wonder if this data could be better displayed in a dawc.


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Interesting, a fair drop for Thai, especially considering Qantas has remained strong to Thailand.

 

Wonder if this data could be better displayed in a dawc.

I'll post the Dcember 2013 stats here whenever they come out, then when 2014 stats come out i'll move them to a dawc.



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Then printscreen dawc because dawc is bad for viewing ^_^


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my dropbaux doesn't work, you can print screen ^_^



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December 2013, but before I carry on, I should note that this will be the last edition of a simple post. As the 2014 stats come, I will probably have data in a spreadsheet which I will print screen onto here as post:

 

Qantas

Chile - 85.55%

China - 81.50%

Hong Kong (SAR) - 88.10%

Indonesia - 76.75%

Japan - 86.45%

New Caledonia - 86.45%

New Zealand - 85.40%

Papua New Guinea - 65.70%

Philippines, The - 86.75%

Singapore - 84.55%

South Africa - 85.15%

Thailand - 81.15%

UK - 84.70%

USA - 84.65%

ALL SERVICES - 84.70%

 

Jetstar

Fiji - 84.80%

Indonesia - 69.05%

Japan - 75.10%

New Zealand - 84.30%

Singapore - 70.85%

Thailand - 72.30%

USA -80.10%

ALL SERVICES - 75.80%

 

Jetstar Asia

Singapore - 75.80%

 

Virgin Australia

Fiji - 70.50%

Indonesia - 65.05%

New Zealand  - 72.15%

Papua New Guinea - 66.00%

Solomon Islands - 49.45%

Thailand - 59.20%

Tonga - 68.35%

UAE - 80.10%

USA - 80.30%

Vanuatu - 59.40%

ALL SERVICES - 70.90%

 

Virgin Samoa

Western Samoa - 64.60%

 

Air New Zealand

Cook Islands - 65.65%

New Zealand - 81.90%

ALL SERVICES - 81.80%

 

Aircalin

New Caledonia - 79.95%

 

Air Canada

Canada - 88.95%

 

Air Niugini

Papua New Guinea - 58.20%

 

Air Vanuatu

Vanuatu - 59.70%

 

Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong (SAR) - 89.10%

 

Delta Air Lines

USA - 91.15%

 

Fiji Airways

Fiji - 79.85%

 

Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia - 84.25%

 

Our Airline

Nauru - 60.70%

 

Singapore Airlines

Singapore - 82.20%

 

Scoot

Singapore - 77.00%

 

Silkair

Singapore - 65.70%

 

Thai Airways International

Thailand - 75.15%

 

Tigerair

Singapore - 65.05%

 

United Airlines

Guam - 65.30%

USA - 82.25%

ALL SERVICES - 81.45%

 

If you have any special requests please feel free to ask below, and I will include them in the monthly updates.

Load factors are only indicative of how airlines listed above perform on international routes to and from Australia.  The percentage is calculated as an average of the average inbound and outbound load factors.



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You wouldn't mind updating this thread please? or please tell me where I could get this data?

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