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1 February 218 Air Traffic Statistics Prepared by the Office of Marketing & Consumer Strategy 1 This report includes only data submitted by airlines as of the date of publication: April 18, 218. Reports are not amended to reflect data submitted after the date of publication.

2 Commercial Total Dom Int'l Air Traffic Summary February 218 Passenger Activity (in Millions) Current Month Year-to-Date Last 12 Months DCA IAD System DCA IAD System DCA IAD System Passengers % Change (.1%) 6.9% 2.4% (4.7%) 2.6% (2.%) (.6%) 3.7% 1.1% Passengers < % Change 8.2% 6.% 6.1% 1.7% 2.9% 2.8% 8.6% 3.% 3.3% Passengers % Change Note: System totals may not sum due to rounding. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (.%) 6.2% 2.7% (4.6%) 2.8% (1.2%) (.4%) 3.6% 1.5% commercial passenger activity decreased.1% compared to February 217. Significant activity by carrier is as follows: Airline Comments American 1.5% increase in passenger activity primarily due to higher load factors Reduced capacity to New York La Guardia, Portland ME and Tampa; reduced service to Boston and Raleigh New service to Pensacola and Myrtle Beach in March 217; Grand Rapids and Fayetteville in April 217; Destin Fort Walton Beach in May 217; and Tallahassee in February 218 Discontinued service to Fort Lauderdale in August 217 Southwest 4.5% decrease mainly as a result of lower load factors Increased service to Chicago-Midway and Dallas-Love beginning November 217 and Tampa in January 218 Discontinued service to Indianapolis in December 217 United 1.5% increase primarily due to increased capacity and service changes Increased service to Houston beginning December 217 and Chicago O-Hare in January 218 JetBlue 2.7% decrease due to reduced capacity Reduced capacity to West Palm Beach, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville and Boston passenger traffic increased 8.2% as a result of increases by Air Canada and American American, including its regional affiliates, had the largest commercial passenger market share of 51.6%, an increase from 4.8% in February 218 2

3 Washington Dulles Airport Passenger Activity commercial passenger activity increased 6.9% compared to February 217. Significant activity by carrier is as follows: Airline Comments United 4.7% increase primarily due to increased service and capacity Increased capacity to net of 11 destinations including: Newark, Boston, San Antonio, Nashville, New Orleans, Harrisburg and New York La Guardia New service to Portland and Providence beginning March 217 and Clarksburg in November 217 Frontier 252.4% increase primarily as a result of new service New service to Austin in April 217, Las Vegas in July 217 and San Antonio in October 217 Increased capacity to Orlando beginning October 217 Southwest 23.7% increase as a result of increased capacity to Denver and new service to Fort Lauderdale in June 217 Delta 4.8% increase primarily due to new service to Salt Lake City since April 217 American 4.1% increase mainly due to improved load factors Reduced service to Dallas Fort Worth beginning in March 217 Passenger Activity commercial passenger traffic increased 6.% compared to February 217. Significant activity by carrier is as follows: Airline Comments United 5.1% increase in passenger activity primarily due to higher load factors Turkish 46.5% increase due to increased service to Istanbul Ethiopian 32.3% increase due to increased capacity to Addis Ababa Avianca 19.% increase as a result of increased capacity to Bogota and San Salvador Air Canada 56.7% increase due to new service to Montreal in June 217 British 11.6% decrease because of reduced capacity to London Etihad 16.5% decrease due to lower load factors Air India New service began in July 217 United Airlines, including its regional affiliates, had the largest commercial passenger market share of 63.5% compared to 64.6% a year ago Cargo Activity (all numbers in metric tonnes) o Total cargo increased 1.5% or 341 from a year earlier to 23.k o cargo increased 2.5% (196) primarily due to an increase by United (31.9%, or 41). FedEx declined 3.% (161). o cargo increased 1. % (145) primarily due to increases by United (6.6%, or 345), Air China (82.9%, or 181) and Austrian (51.3%, or 132) Baltimore-Washington Airport Commercial passenger activity increased 7.7% led by Southwest (4.2% or 48k) and Spirit (4.3% or 47k) activity increased 8.3% (129k passengers) activity declined 3.5% (3k passengers) primarily due to WOW which decreased 3.3% Cargo activity rose 65.5% (6k metric tonnes) primarily due to new freight by LGSTX 3

4 Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Air Traffic Schedule Activity February 218 vs. February 217 Daily Unduplicated February 218: Departures Airlines Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate / Total Daily Unduplicated February 217: 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: Alaska and Virgin America Regional carriers flying for multiple mainline carriers Source: Diio Mi, April 5, 218 4

5 Washington Dulles Airport Air Traffic Schedule Activity February 218 vs. February 217 Daily Unduplicated February 218: Departures Airlines* Destinations Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate Total / Passenger service information - Mainline Regional Affiliate / Total Daily Unduplicated February 217: 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: Alaska and Virgin America Regional carriers flying for multiple mainline carriers Source: Diio Mi, April 5, 218 5

6 Passenger Trends Current Month Comparison Millions of Passengers % 3.6 Last 12-Months Comparison Millions of Passengers % National Dulles System National Dulles System Note: Totals may not add due to rounding 6

7 Regional Total Air Traffic Passengers 4Yr Comparison of the Current Month ( s) National ,492 1,637 1,656 1,656 Dulles ,269 1,35 1,325 1,47 BWI ,46 1,63 1,637 1,767 7

8 Total Commercial Passenger Enplanements Trends Calendar Years Reagan National Thousands 1,1 1, Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec ,33 1,21 1,68 1, , ,42 1,12 1,68 1,51 1,35 1, , ,38 1,26 1,67 1,67 1,37 1, ,7 1, Thousands 1,2 1,1 1, Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec ,37 1,51 1, ,48 1,88 1, ,11 1,111 1,121 1, Dulles 8

9 Commercial Passenger Market Share and Percent Change of Top Airlines in the Washington and Baltimore Region February 218 February 217 Baltimore Dulles National Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. American 1.6% 851, % 1. American 838, % 2. Delta.% 229, % 2. Southwest 231, % 3. Southwest -4.5% 221, % 3. Delta 229, % 4. JetBlue -2.7% 129, % 4. JetBlue 133, % 5. United 1.5% 128,23 7.7% 5. United 126, % 6. Alaska -2.% 46, % 6. Alaska 47,31 2.9% 7. Frontier -3.1% 25, % 7. Frontier 26,27 1.6% 8. Air Canada 7.5% 18,17 1.1% 8. Air Canada 16,756 1.% 9. Sun Country -88.5% 32.% 9. Sun Country 2,785.2% Total Commercial Passengers.% 1,652,744 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,652,56 1.% Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. United 4.8% 885, % 1. United 845, % 2. Delta 4.6% 67, % 2. Delta 64, % 3. American 4.1% 65, % 3. American 63,13 4.8% 4. Southwest 23.7% 39,88 2.9% 4. Southwest 32, % 5. Alaska -.3% 27,61 2.% 5. Alaska 27, % 6. Frontier 252.4% 25, % 6. British Airways 21, % 7. Avianca 19.% 24, % 7. Avianca 2,99 1.6% 8. JetBlue -1.6% 2,21 1.4% 8. JetBlue 2, % 9. British Airways -11.6% 19,25 1.4% 9. Lufthansa 17, % 1. Emirates 1.8% 17, % 1. Emirates 17,97 1.3% 11. All Other Airlines 13.6% 22, % 11. All Other Airlines 178, % Total Commercial Passengers 6.6% 1,395,485 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,38,646 1.% Top Airlines* Percent Change Passengers Market Share Top Airlines* Passengers Market Share 1. Southwest 4.2% 1,184, % 1. Southwest 1,136, % 2. Delta -3.5% 127,22 7.2% 2. Delta 131, % 3. Spirit 42.5% 161, % 3. American 114,869 7.% 4. American 7.9% 123,946 7.% 4. Spirit 113,72 6.9% 5. United 35.9% 64,36 3.7% 5. United 47, % 6. JetBlue -4.9% 37, % 6. JetBlue 39, % 7. Alaska 74.1% 26, % 7. Alaska 15,447.9% 8. WOW -3.3% 1,393.6% 8. WOW 1,751.7% 9. All Other Airlines -3.7% 27,47 1.5% 9. All Other Airlines 28,74 1.7% Total Commercial Passengers 7.7% 1,762,874 1.% Total Commercial Passengers 1,637,2 1.% * Includes affiliated regional carriers Commercial Passenger Market Share Summary Total Passengers Feb 218 Feb 217 Change National 34.4% 35.9% -1.6% Dulles 29.% 28.5%.5% Baltimore 36.6% 35.6% 1.% Passengers Feb 218 Feb 217 Change National 38.2% 4.% -1.8% Dulles 22.5% 22.%.5% Baltimore 39.3% 38.% 1.3% Passengers Feb 218 Feb 217 Change National 4.1% 4.%.1% Dulles 8.4% 79.4% 1.1% Baltimore 15.4% 16.6% -1.2% Totals may not sum due to rounding. 9

10 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 February 218 1, ,899 1, ,434 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 22,823 1, ,875 1, , ,83 21, ,333 22, ,644.8 Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 567, , , ,379 1,139,926 1,139,926 1,142,439 1,142, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non Total - Air Carrier 567, ,563 1,14,392 1,142, , ,485 Total - Regional 255, , ,352 59, , ,192 1,63,46 1,631, ,14 11,144 22,284 2, Total - Commercial 823,48 829,336 1,652,744 1,652,56. 1,34 1,34 2,68 2, , Total - Non-Commercial 1,535 1,554 3,89 3, Grand Total - Passengers 824,943 83,89 1,655,833 1,656, , , , , ,525 3,374 16,

11 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport February 218 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. 11

12 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 February , ,575 21,879 1,77 22,956 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 46,52 19, ,525 22, , ,43 42, ,11 1, ,531 43, , , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 1,13,998 1,13,998 1,156,175 1,156,175 2,287,173 2,287,173 2,369,168 2,369, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non ,295 1,295 Total - Air Carrier 1,131,676 1,156,792 2,288,468 2,37, , ,55 472, ,93 938, ,453 Total - Regional 489, , ,68 1,6, ,597,47 1,628,238 3,225,78 3,384, ,61 23,839 47,44 46, Total - Commercial 1,621,71 1,652,77 3,273,148 3,431, ,29 2,29 4,58 5, ,766 1, Total - Non-Commercial 2,895 2,929 5,824 6, Grand Total - Passengers 1,623,966 1,655,6 3,278,972 3,437, ,15,274 5,276 4,

13 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport January February 218 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

14 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 March February , , ,87 2,793 4, ,721 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 295, , , , , , ,67 28,62.4 7,17 7, , , ,735 3,276 3,63 3, ,11 6, ,113.4 Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 8,321,975 8,321,975 8,34,837 8,34,837 16,662,812 16,662,812 16,827,83 16,827, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 7,788 7,788 7,386 7,386 15,174 15, , ,445.2 Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- 2,284 2,284 1,968 1,968 4,252 4,252 12,324 12, Total - Air Carrier 8,332,47 8,35,191 16,682,238 16,84, ,346,48 68,79 13,71 3,334,817 66,83 13,458 6,68, ,593 27,159 6,654,675 13,856 36, Total - Regional 3,518,539 3,55,78 7,23,617 6,974, ,668,23 11,675,654 23,343,677 23,481, , , , , Total - Commercial 11,85,586 11,855,269 23,75,855 23,815, ,926 13,63 27,529 22, ,57 5,439 1,946 7, Total - Non-Commercial 19,433 19,42 38,475 3, Grand Total - Passengers 11,87,19 11,874,311 23,744,33 23,845,

15 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport March February 218 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: ,187 1,187 1, , ,125 2,125 2, , ,898 2, Grand Total - Cargo 1,773 1,17 2,79 2, NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding. 15

16 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport February 218 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 18,313 4,871 2,431 7,32 7, ,297 4,795 2,448 7,243 7, , ,431 11, ,168 3, ,599 15, , , ,714 5, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 33, ,789 33, ,19 67, , , , Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 199, , , ,1 397,61 1,3 398,64 377,721 1,24 378, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- Total - Air Carrier 53,753 52,29 1,5, , ,746 17,182 Total - Regional 193, , , , , ,36 962,895 9, , , ,59 48, Total - Commercial 697, ,84 1,395,485 1,38, ,829 5,529 11,358 16, Total - Non-Commercial 5,884 5,584 11,468 16, Grand Total - Passengers 73,565 73,388 1,46,953 1,324, ,251 17, ,997 34, ,96 29,

17 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport February 218 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: ,26 5,93 9,19 3,555 6, ,58 8,629 12,687 4,364 9, ,292 7,264 14,532 21,796 7,919 15, ,464 7,44 14,186 21,23 7,723 14, Grand Total - Cargo 9,685 13,43 23,88 22, NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding. 17

18 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport January February 218 1,193 5,174 15,367 15,848 1,531 17,379 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 37,888 1,257 5,138 15,395 14,71 1,374 15, ,41 24, ,75 6, ,746 3, , , ,142 8, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 627, ,61 626, ,265 1,253, ,253,875 1,229, ,229, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 439,927 1, ,92 47,435 1,21 471,456 91,362 2, , ,185 2,3 893, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non- Total - Air Carrier 1,68,72 1,97,721 2,166,423 2,123, ,739 35,921 Total - Regional 45,66 397,877 83, , , ,98 1,986,257 1,935, ,13 56,69 983,73 956, Total - Commercial 1,474,362 1,495,598 2,969,96 2,891, ,25 11,63 22,628 2, Total - Non-Commercial 11,81 11,659 22,74 2, Grand Total - Passengers 1,485,443 1,57,257 2,992,7 2,911, ,643 35, ,382 71,155 75,329 62,

19 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport January February 218 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: ,148 6,664 11,26 17,871 7,398 11, ,342 8,182 17,12 25,284 8,878 17,748 1,43 1,6 2,489 14,846 28,38 43,155 16,276 29,368 1,397 1,438 2,835 14,27 26,828 41,35 15,64 28, Grand Total - Cargo 19,18 26,626 45,644 43,87 4. NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding. 19

20 Description Aircraft Operations Air Carrier: Total - Air Carrier Total - Regional Total - Commercial Non- Total - Non-Commercial Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport March February ,91 36, ,397 11,659 1, ,49 Grand Total - Aircraft Operations 263,156 77,816 36,29 113,845 12,152 1, , , , ,318 47, , , , , ,269 4, , Passengers Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 4,941,757 2,462 4,944,219 4,981,961 2,32 4,984,263 9,923,718 4,764 9,928,482 9,323,448 9,6 9,332, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier 3,575,662 6,497 3,582,159 3,598,674 6,45 3,65,124 7,174,336 12,947 7,187,283 6,92,6 12,713 6,932, Air Carrier : Total - Air Carrier Non Total - Air Carrier 8,526,789 8,589,825 17,116,614 16,265, ,553, ,623 Total - Regional 2,846,376 2,832,124 5,678,5 5,759, ,497,972 7,524,874 15,22,846 14,481, ,875,193 3,897,75 7,772,268 7,543,69 3. Total - Commercial 11,373,165 11,421,949 22,795,114 22,25, ,529 91, , , , Total - Non-Commercial 86,18 92, , , Grand Total - Passengers 11,459,273 11,514,378 22,973,651 22,18, ,54, , ,94, ,136 5,148,88 586,754 24,

21 Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Washington Dulles Airport March February 218 Description Cargo - Mail: Total - Mail: Tonnes Freight + Express: Total - Freight + Express: Mail Plus Freight + Express: 5,334 2,724 8,58 43,549 65,11 18,658 48,883 67,833 4,73 4,417 9,12 52, , ,392 57,22 127,293 1,37 7,141 17,178 96,65 187, ,51 16,13 195,126 9,324 6,516 15,84 95, , ,57 14, , Grand Total - Cargo 116, ,512 31, , NOTE: Figures may not sum to total due to rounding. 21

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