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1 September 214 Air Traffic Statistics Prepared by the Office of Corporate Risk and Strategy

2 Air Traffic Summary September 214 Commercial Total Dom Int'l Passengers % Change Passenger Activity (in Millions) Current Month Year-to-Date Last 12 Months DCA IAD System DCA IAD System DCA IAD System % 1.5% 3.6%.1% (2.2%) (1.1%).% (1.8%) (.9%) Passengers % Change 5.9% 1.3% 3.9%.1% (4.7%) (1.9%).1% (4.2%) (1.8%) Passengers < % Change 6.7% 1.9% 2.1% (2.%) 3.% 2.8% (3.1%) 3.2% 2.9% Note: System totals may not sum due to rounding. U.S. industry average passenger enplanements as reported by Airlines for America (A4A): Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Enplanements Current Month Year-to-Date System 4.2% 2.6% 4.8% 2.4%.6% 3.6% commercial passenger activity increased 5.9% in September 214. Significant activity by carrier follows: Airline American + US Airways Southwest + AirTran Delta JetBlue Comments 1.5% decrease in passenger activity Increased service to Boston in March 214; Hartford, Los Angeles, and St. Louis in June 214; and Columbus, Indianapolis, and Providence in September 214 Reduced and discontinued service to a number of destinations in June and July 214 in accordance with planned reductions in slot usage as a result of the merger 8.3% increase in passenger activity as new slots divested by American are taken over by Southwest New service to Kansas City in March 214, Chicago Midway, Nashville and New Orleans in August % increase in passenger activity Reduced service to Memphis in January 214 New service to Madison and Omaha in February % increase in passenger activity as JetBlue begins utilizing slots divested by American New service to Charleston (SC) and Hartford in June 214 Increased service to Tampa in July 214 passenger traffic increased 6.7% in September as reductions to Montreal by American + US Airways were offset by new service to Nassau by JetBlue and increased activity on Air Canada. The combined American + US Airways, including its regional affiliates, had the largest commercial passenger market share with 54.2%, a decrease compared to 58.5% in September 213.

3 Washington Dulles Airport Passenger Activity commercial passenger activity increased 1.3% in September 214. Significant activity by carrier follows: Airline United Frontier Comments 3.5% decrease in passenger activity Discontinued service to Salt Lake City in December 213, Albuquerque in April 214, Ft. Lauderdale in May 214, Binghamton in June 214, and Miami in September 214 Decreased service to St. Louis, Morgantown (WV), and Grand Rapids in June 214, Cincinnati in July 214, and Cleveland in September 214 Increased service to Albany in April 214; began service to Clarksburg in June 214 New service to Atlanta, Charlotte, Minneapolis, Orlando, and Tampa in August 214 and to Chicago O Hare, Cincinnati, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Las Vegas, Memphis, St. Augustine, and St. Louis in September 214 Passenger Activity September 214 international commercial passenger traffic increased 1.9%. Significant activity by carrier follows: Airline Comments United 6.2% decrease in passenger activity Reduced service to Kuwait in October 213, and London and Montreal in November 213 Discontinued service to San Salvador in April 214 Resumed service to Halifax in July 214 Air China New service to Beijing began in June 214 TACA % increase in passenger activity Avianca Increased service to San Salvador in March 214 Austrian 41.9% increase in passenger activity due to aircraft upgauging in July 214 Air France 27.9% decrease in passenger activity due to a comparable reduction in operations as a result of the pilot s union strike that cancelled many flights United Airlines, including its regional affiliates, had the largest commercial passenger market share of 62.9%, a decrease compared to 66.6% in September 213. Cargo Activity For the month of September 214, total cargo increased 6.3% at Dulles from a year earlier. cargo increased.2% with increases on UPS (15.9%) and United (9.6%) partially offset by a 3.8% decrease on FedEx. cargo increased 9.6% due to increases on United (26.2%), All Nippon (2.4%), Austrian (4.5%), and Brussels (64.2%), as well as new service by Air China. Baltimore-Washington Airport Current month commercial passenger activity vs. September 213 increased 3.3%. BWI passenger activity outpaced activity at Dulles by 8.k commercial passengers (.4%) and National by 135.7k passengers (8.1%). Southwest continues to have the largest passenger market share with 7.8%, up from 69.1% in September 213. Cargo activity at BWI totaled 8.7k metric tonnes, a 2.2% increase from a year earlier. Activity on BWI s largest cargo carrier, FedEx, declined 6.7% from September 213.

4 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Air Traffic Schedule Activity September 214 vs. September 213 Daily Unduplicated September 214: Departures Airlines* Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate / Total Daily Unduplicated September 213: Departures Airlines* Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline -- Regional Affiliate / Total * The following airlines are counted as one airline: Southwest and AirTran American and US Airways Regional carriers flying for multiple mainline carriers Source: DIIO, October 24, 214

5 Washington Dulles Airport Air Traffic Schedule Activity September 214 vs. September 213 Daily Unduplicated September 214: Departures Airlines* Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate / Total Daily Unduplicated September 213: Departures Airlines Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate / Total * The following airlines are counted as one airline: Pacific Wings and Sun Air Avianca, TACA, and LACSA American Airlines and US Airways Austrian and Tyrolean Regional carriers flying for multiple mainline carriers Source: DIIO, October 24, 214

6 Passenger Trends September 214 Comparison Millions of Passengers % 3.5 Last 12-Months Comparison Millions of Passengers % National Dulles System National Dulles System * System totals may not sum due to rounding.

7 Total Passengers Four Year Comparison of the Month of September (Thousands) National ,523 1,67 1,584 1,678 Dulles ,93 1,826 1,79 1,817 BWI ,773 1,785 1,758 1,816

8 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Total Commercial Passenger Enplanements Calendar Years , 9 8 Thousands Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

9 Dulles Airport Total Commercial Passenger Enplanements Calendar Years ,2 1,1 1, Thousands Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec ,21 1,7 1,16 1, ,37 1,59 1,36 1, ,34 1,34 1, ,3 1,4 1,6 895

10 Commercial Passenger Market Share and Percent Change of Top Airlines in the Washington and Baltimore Region September 214 September 213 Baltimore Dulles National Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. American + US Airways -1.8% 98, % 1. American + US Airways 925, % 2. Delta 12.9% 261, % 2. Delta 231, % 3. United 1.4% 147, % 3. United 145, % 4. Southwest + Airtran 8.3% 142, % 4. JetBlue 94,323 6.% 5. JetBlue 23.1% 116,68 6.9% 5. Southwest + Airtran 79,143 5.% 6. Alaska 5.% 34, % 6. Frontier 38, % 7. Frontier -29.% 27,21 1.6% 7. Alaska 33, % 8. Air Canada 14.3% 19, % 8. Air Canada 17, % 9. Sun Country 1.1% 9,432.6% 9. Sun Country 9,328.6% 1. Virgin America 7.8% 7,546.5% 1. Virgin America 6,997.4% Total Commercial Passengers 5.9% 1,675,676 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,581,85 1.% Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. United -4.1% 1,134, % 1. United 1,183,2 66.6% 2. American + US Airways 2.9% 77, % 2. American + US Airways 75, % 3. Delta 1.4% 74, % 3. Delta 73, % 4. Frontier N/A 63, % 4. Southwest 46, % 5. Lufthansa 9.7% 47, % 5. Lufthansa 42, % 6. Southwest -15.3% 39, % 6. JetBlue 36, % 7. British Airways -6.3% 33, % 7. British Airways 35,694 2.% 8. Virgin America 7.6% 27,5 1.5% 8. Air France 31,2 1.7% 9. JetBlue -26.8% 26, % 9. Virgin America 25, % 1. TACA + Avianca 21.5% 24, % 1. TACA + Avianca 2,43 1.1% 11. All Other Airlines 23.8% 253, % 11. All Other Airlines 24, % Total Commercial Passengers 1.5% 1,83,387 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,776,237 1.% Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. Southwest + Airtran 5.8% 1,281, % 1. Southwest + Airtran 1,211, % 2. Delta -6.2% 165, % 2. Delta 176,129 1.% 3. American + US Airways -2.3% 16,54 8.9% 3. American + US Airways 164, % 4. United + Continental -16.5% 84, % 4. United + Continental 1,93 5.8% 5. Spirit 39.6% 5, % 5. Spirit 35,915 2.% 6. JetBlue 7.9% 27, % 6. JetBlue 25, % 7. British Airways 3.6% 1,545.6% 7. British Airways 1,179.6% 8. All Other Airlines 6.9% 31,32 1.7% 8. All Other Airlines 29, % Total Commercial Passengers 3.3% 1,811,381 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,753,837 1.% * Includes affiliated regional carriers Commercial Passenger Market Share Summary Total Passengers Sep 214 Sep 213 Change National 31.7% 3.9%.7% Dulles 34.1% 34.7% -.7% Baltimore 34.2% 34.3% -.1% Passengers Sep 214 Sep 213 Change National 35.9% 35.1%.8% Dulles 26.1% 26.7% -.6% Baltimore 38.% 38.2% -.2% Passengers Sep 214 Sep 213 Change National 4.1% 4.%.2% Dulles 86.3% 86.8% -.5% Baltimore 9.5% 9.2%.3% Totals may not sum due to rounding.

11 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport September 214 1, ,879 11, ,828 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 23,37 1,31 2 1,33 12, , , ,29 22, ,77 23, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 559, , , ,179 1,134,527 1,134,527 1,23,121 1,23, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 1,389 1,389 1,66 1,66 2,995 2, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- Total - Air Carrier 56, ,785 1,137,522 1,23, ,175 13,49 Total - Regional 265, ,93 538, , , ,71 1,646,594 1,554, ,438 14,644 29,82 27, Total - Commercial 825, ,715 1,675,676 1,581, ,744 1, Total - Non-Commercial 1,19 1,85 2,194 2, Grand Total - Passengers 827,7 85,8 1,677,87 1,584, ,892 13,38 512,67 26,87 531, ,

12 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: , , Grand Total - Cargo NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

13 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport January September 214 9, ,273 18, ,92 114,617 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 21,873 93, ,18 95,28 114, ,842 12, ,124 27, ,766 7, ,89 215, ,937 2,46 3,829 1, ,983 5, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 5,42,51 5,42,51 5,9,312 5,9,312 1,132,822 1,132,822 1,26,83 1,26, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 22,453 22,453 22,219 22,219 44,672 44,672 28,779 28, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- 51,788 51, Total - Air Carrier 5,64,963 5,112,531 1,177,494 1,286, ,485,556 4, ,185 2,51,47 4, ,445 4,996,26 9, ,63 4,98,188 2,968 21, Total - Regional 2,618,618 2,638,681 5,257,299 5,139, ,528,66 7,6,782 15,128,848 15,114, ,515 15,43 35, ,72-2. Total - Commercial 7,683,581 7,751,212 15,434,793 15,426, ,539 6,43 12,942 11, ,696 2,612 5,38 5, Total - Non-Commercial 9,235 9,15 18,25 16, Grand Total - Passengers 7,692,816 7,76,227 15,453,43 15,443,24.1

14 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport January September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: , , , ,481 1,593 1, , , Grand Total - Cargo ,594 1, NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

15 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport October September , ,77 146, , ,866 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 282, , ,76 126,194 15, , , , , ,19 1, , , ,165 2,598 5,435 2, ,763 7, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 6,679,277 6,679,277 6,678,424 6,678,424 13,357,71 13,357,71 13,489,519 13,489, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 23,984 23,984 23,88 23,88 47,72 47,72 31,137 31, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- 82,325 82, Total - Air Carrier 6,73,261 6,71,512 13,44,773 13,62, ,315,269 6,94 169,31 3,331,58 6, ,543 6,646,777 13, ,853 6,54,512 24,972 27, Total - Regional 3,491,483 3,54,865 6,996,348 6,8, ,994,546 1,9,932 2,4,478 19,994,31.1 2, , ,643 49, Total - Commercial 1,194,744 1,26,377 2,41,121 2,43,278. 8,532 8,342 16,874 14, ,57 3,422 6,929 7, Total - Non-Commercial 12,39 11,764 23,83 22, Grand Total - Passengers 1,26,783 1,218,141 2,424,924 2,425,776.

16 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport October September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: , , , ,21 2 3,23 2, 3, , , Grand Total - Cargo 1, ,2 3, NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

17 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport September 214 6,39 2,927 11, Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 24,817 8,966 12,13 6,34 3,16 9,5 12, , ,766 18, ,33 3, ,69 22, , , ,748 3, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 358,547 1,1 359, ,156 1, , ,73 2, , ,416 2,96 699, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 283, , , ,464 57, ,44 556,337 1,38 557, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- Total - Air Carrier 643,623 66,75 1,33,698 1,256, ,968 1,32 14,16 Total - Regional 251, , , , ,615 6,367 1,195,982 1,18, ,42 38,3 67,45 596, Total - Commercial 895,17 98,37 1,83,387 1,776, ,961 7,36 13,997 13, Total - Non-Commercial 6,961 7,12 14,63 13, Grand Total - Passengers 91, ,472 1,817,45 1,79, ,756 5,193 15, ,724 6,513 29,452 48,653 38,

18 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: ,536 4,742 8,278 3,737 4, ,114 9,373 12,487 3,427 9, ,65 14,115 2, ,39 1,523 6,663 12,4 18,667 7,165 7,147 14,291 13, Grand Total - Cargo 8,623 12,833 21,456 2, NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

19 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport January September ,492 27,449 78,941 12, ,662 19,67 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 217,849 55,558 27, ,828 19,264 7, , , , ,471 35, ,8 2, , , ,841 31, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 3,26,742 5,13 3,211,845 3,271,86 5,46 3,277,32 6,478,62 1,563 6,489,165 6,75,28 14,726 6,764, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 2,554,773 3,984 2,558,757 2,617,13 3,746 2,62,849 5,171,876 7,73 5,179,66 5,9,716 8,851 5,18, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non Total - Air Carrier 5,77,62 5,898,169 11,668,771 11,783, ,12,8 13, ,216 2,76,911 14,12 162,225 4,197,711 27,786 31,441 4,443, , Total - Regional 2,282,7 2,253,238 4,535,938 4,779, ,332,645 5,354,231 1,686,876 11,28, ,72,657 2,797,176 5,517,833 5,355, Total - Commercial 8,53,32 8,151,47 16,24,79 16,563, ,848 54, ,731 11, Total - Non-Commercial 57,11 55, , ,819.3 Grand Total - Passengers 8,11,313 8,26,521 16,316,834 16,675,

20 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport January September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: 1,751 1,931 3,682 32,97 5,566 83,473 34,658 52,497 3, ,671 27,442 79,41 16,852 3,729 79,794 5,39 2,314 7,353 6, ,976 19,325 3,853 4,857 8,711 67,293 11,68 177,361 65,387 71, , , Grand Total - Cargo 87,155 11, , , NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

21 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport October September ,911 36, , , , ,643 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 294,193 74,88 35, , ,431 1, , , , ,759 45, , , , , ,619 42, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 4,282,969 7,174 4,29,143 4,351,524 7,332 4,358,856 8,634,493 14,56 8,648,999 8,99,944 18,398 9,9, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 3,327,61 5,357 3,332,418 3,359,85 5,23 3,364,288 6,686,146 1,56 6,696,76 6,468,414 12,26 6,48, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non Total - Air Carrier 7,622,611 7,723,283 15,345,894 15,49, ,843,22 16,5 21,3 2,798,27 16, ,291 5,641,472 32, ,294 5,98, , Total - Regional 3,6,21 3,31,118 6,91,328 6,35, ,133,345 7,157,126 14,29,471 14,918, ,549,476 3,597,275 7,146,751 6,922, Total - Commercial 1,682,821 1,754,41 21,437,222 21,84, ,11 74,291 15,41 148, Total - Non-Commercial 76,426 74, ,45 149, Grand Total - Passengers 1,759,247 1,829,2 21,588,267 21,989,

22 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport October September 214 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: 2,528 4,662 7,19 43,74 64,698 18,42 46,232 69,36 4,588 2,51 7,98 36,939 15, ,276 41,527 17,847 7,116 7,172 14,288 8,643 17,35 25,678 5,6 5,795 1,854 93, , ,694 87,759 98, ,28 154, Grand Total - Cargo 115, , , , NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding.

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