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1 Florida's Scheduled Commercial Service Airports Volume 154 May Domestic Airlines Serving Florida Carried 170,726 Onboard Passengers Per Day for, up 7.7% over the previous 12 months. Highlights in This Issue The top domestic PASSENGER market at Florida Airports was New York / Newark, followed by Chicago, Atlanta and Washington. New York / Newark and Chicago were the largest airline REVENUE markets at Florida Airports. INTERNATIONAL PASSENGERS at Florida Airports traveling via alternate domestic gateways use New York / Newark most frequently, followed by Atlanta and Miami. 18,516 passengers per day each way use alternate gateways. Florida averaged 1,465 domestic DEPARTURES, 202,811 available SEATS, and 170,726 onboard PASSENGERS per day each way, while LOAD FACTORS at Florida Airports averaged 84.2% over. Among the 53 U.S. states and territories with commercial air service, Florida produces the second largest volume of domestic O&D passengers and revenue, behind California. With an average each way fare of $170, Florida ranks 3rd lowest. 250 John Knox Road #2 Tallahassee, FL (850) Oakway Road, Suite 280 Eugene, Oregon (541)

2 Table of Contents OAG Seat Analysis 4 Chart of Daily Nonstop Departures by Month at Florida Airports 4 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Florida Airports 5 Chart of Daily Nonstop Departures by Aircraft Type and Month at Florida Airports 5 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Aircraft Type and Month at Florida Airports 6 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Large Hub Florida Airports 6 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Medium Hub Florida Airports 7 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Small Hub Florida Airports 7 Chart of Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Non Hub Florida Airports 8 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Large / Medium Hub Florida Airports 8 Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Large / Medium Florida Airports 9 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Small Hub Florida Airports 9 Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Small Hub Florida Airports 10 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Non Hub Florida Airports 10 Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Non Hub Florida Airports Table of Contents Continued on page 2 Codes / Descriptions Airlines (partial list) Large Hub Airports Medium Hub Airports G4 Allegiant FLL Fort Lauderdale RSW Fort Myers AA American MIA Miami JAX Jacksonville DL Delta MCO Orlando PBI West Palm Beach B6 jetblue TPA Tampa WN Southwest NK Spirit Small Hub Airports Non Hub Airports UA United VPS Destin-Fort Walton Beach DAB Daytona Beach EYW Key West GNV Gainesville Aircraft ECP Panama City MLB Melbourne Mainline Aircraft over 100 Seats PNS Pensacola PGD Punta Gorda SRJ Aircraft between 51 and 99 seats SFB Sanford UST St. Augustine LRJ Aircraft between 37 and 50 seats SRQ Sarasota / Bradenton TLH Tallahassee Prop Aircraft under 37 seats PIE St. Pete / Clearwater page 1

3 Table of Contents Table of Contents Continued from page 1 DOT O&D Survey Analysis 11 Top 20 Domestic O&D Passenger Markets at Florida Airports 12 Domestic O&D Passenger & Fare Changes at Florida Airports 12 Domestic O&D Revenue & Yield Changes at Florida Airports 13 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Large Hub Florida Airports 13 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Medium Hub Florida Airports 14 Domestic O&D Revenue and Fare Change at Large Hub Florida Airports 14 Domestic O&D Revenue & Fare Change at Medium Hub Florida Airports 15 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Large Hub and Medium Hub Florida Airports 15 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Large Hub and Medium Hub Florida Airports 16 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Small Hub Florida Airports 16 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Non Hub Florida Airports 17 Domestic O&D Revenue and Fare Change at Small Hub Florida Airports 17 Domestic O&D Revenue & Fare Change at Non Hub Florida Airports 18 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Small Hub Florida Airports 18 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Small Hub Florida Airports 19 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Non Hub Florida Airports 19 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Non Hub Florida Airports Top 150 Domestic Origin and Destination Passenger Markets at Florida Airport Passenger Shares at Consolidated Market Areas 25 Top 20 Passenger Growth Markets at Florida / Top 20 Percentage Growth Markets at Florida 26 Top 50 Domestic Origin & Destination Markets - Passengers Originating at Florida 27 Top 50 Domestic Origin & Destination Markets - Passengers Visiting Florida 28 Top 20 International Origin & Destination Passenger Gateways at Florida 28 Top 20 Domestic Origin & Destination Zero Fare Passenger Markets at Florida Top 150 Domestic Origin and Destination Revenue Markets at Florida 32 Fared Average Fares at the Top 50 Domestic O&D Passenger Markets at Florida 33 Fared Average Yields at the Top 50 Domestic O&D Passenger Markets at Florida 34 Top 15 Domestic Origin and Destination Passenger / Revenue Airlines at Florida 35 Statistical Summary of Top 15 Domestic O&D Passenger / Revenue Airlines at Florida Carrier Shares at Top 50 Origin & Destination Passenger Markets at Florida Statistical Summary of Top 84 Southwest Market Areas by Revenue Statistical Summary of Top 200 American Market Areas by Revenue Statistical Summary of Top 200 Delta Market Areas by Revenue 49 Statistical Summary of Top 50 jetblue Market Areas ed by Revenue Statistical Summary of Top 200 United Market Areas by Revenue Table of Contents Continued on page 3 page 2

4 Table of Contents Table of Contents Continued from page 1 DOT T100 Survey Analysis Top 150 Domestic Airport Pairs at Florida - Flights Performed 57 Top 15 Domestic Airlines at Florida - Flights Performed 57 Top 15 Aircraft Flown at Florida - Flights Performed 57 Aircraft Types Flown at Florida - Flights Performed Top 150 Domestic Airport Pairs at Florida - Seats Available 61 Top 15 Domestic Airlines at Florida - Seats Available 61 Top 15 Aircraft Flown at Florida - Seats Available 61 Aircraft Types Flown at Florida - Seats Available Top 150 Domestic Airport Pairs at Florida - Onboard Passengers 65 Top 15 Domestic Airlines at Florida - Onboard Passengers 65 Top 15 Aircraft Flown at Florida - Onboard Passengers 65 Aircraft Types Flown at Florida - Onboard Passengers Load Factors at Top 150 Domestic Seats Available Airport Pairs at Florida 69 Load Factors at Top 15 Domestic Seats Available Airlines at Florida 69 Load Factors of Top 15 Aircraft Flown at Florida 69 Load Factors of Aircraft Types Flown at Florida Regional O&D Comparisons 70 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Flights Completed 71 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Seats Available 72 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Onboard Passengers 73 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Load Factor 74 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Origin and Destination Passengers 75 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Origin and Destination Revenue 76 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Fares 77 Top 50 Southeast Region Airports - Domestic Yield Southeast Region: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee and USVI National Top 200 Domestic US O&D Passenger Airports Top 200 Domestic US O&D Revenue Airports Statistical Summary of Top 200 US Passenger Airports - ed by Fared Avg Fare 90 Domestic O&D Passenger of 53 U.S. States / Territories 91 Domestic O&D Revenue of 53 U.S. States / Territories 92 Domestic O&D Average Fare of 53 U.S. States / Territories 93 Domestic O&D Average Yield of 53 U.S. States / Territories Appendix 94 Glossary of Terms page 3

5 Daily Nonstop Departures by Month at Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September ,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 1,515 1,594 1,757 1,905 1,898 2,001 2,076 1,949 1,788 1,799 1,821 1,725 1, Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,373 50, page 4

6 Daily Nonstop Departures by Aircraft Type and Month at Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ 2,500 2,000 1, , ,229 1,307 1,460 1,577 1,567 1,646 1,705 1,584 1,446 1,457 1,464 1,373 1, Daily Nonstop Seats by Aircraft Type and Month at Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ 350, , , ,000 3,181 2,420 12,525 3,011 2,209 13,359 2,812 2,233 14,557 3,190 2,934 2,252 2,550 16,704 16,807 2,893 2,867 18,008 3,155 3,273 18,017 3,609 3,206 16,945 3,888 3,661 3,735 3,139 3,231 3,262 14,720 15,116 16,007 3,572 3,259 15,837 3,187 3,257 14, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,656 50, page 5

7 Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Large Hub Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 MIA MCO FLL TPA 250, ,000 30,155 31,580 31,693 33,550 36,255 33,136 29,700 29,284 29,192 27, ,000 25,207 35,625 26,577 37,494 44,620 49,772 50,916 53,770 53,710 49,345 45,176 45,563 45,736 43,797 25,241 40, ,000 52,346 55,659 61,974 65,903 66,867 69,624 72,220 69,561 64,647 66,493 68,809 63,728 57,041 50,000 63,936 65,358 69,322 76,325 74,200 75,009 73,603 70,721 68,394 69,781 71,145 68,926 62, Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Medium Hub Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 JAX RSW PBI 50,000 45,000 40,000 13,915 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 7,475 7,570 8,367 9,743 10,376 14,392 11,939 12,290 16,993 18,644 13,508 20,952 23,610 12,122 17,795 9,437 11,229 8,205 7,968 7,995 7,615 9,080 8,920 8,212 7,735 5, ,686 8,963 8,846 8,784 8,230 8,707 9,066 9,377 9,678 9,897 9,623 9,570 9, page 6

8 Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Small Hub Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 SFB PNS PIE ECP VPS SRQ EYW 20,000 18,000 16,000 14,000 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2, ,755 1,052 1,255 1,525 1,494 1,427 1,698 1,281 2,863 1,269 1,945 1,867 1,266 2,484 1,103 1,177 1,817 1,544 1,360 2,238 2,620 1,194 1,345 1,880 1,912 1,860 1,947 1,434 1,506 1,646 1, ,274 1,738 1,184 1,227 1,190 1,167 1,759 1,734 1,670 1,485 1,467 1,279 1,067 1,389 3,248 3,347 1,602 1,458 1,263 1,298 3,271 1,509 2,774 2,743 2,560 2,689 2,735 1,569 2,431 2,574 2,291 2,316 2,932 2,970 1,654 2,624 2,501 2,487 2,756 2,840 2,869 2,599 2,540 2,379 2,681 2,541 3,643 3,656 4,122 3,433 4,104 4,673 5,288 5,478 4,330 4,388 4,238 3,533 2, Daily Nonstop Seats by Month at Non Hub Florida Airports September 2015 thorugh September 2016 TLH PGD DAB MLB GNV UST 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2, , ,439 1, ,029 1, ,217 1, ,261 2, ,288 1,235 1,177 1,154 1,087 1,798 1,623 1,804 1,831 1, ,278 1, ,246 1,243 1,260 1,212 1,134 1,292 1,309 1,315 1,377 1,325 1,292 1,384 1, page 7

9 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Large / Medium Hub Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 MIA ,304 3, ,041 2 MCO ,901 1, ,041 3 FLL ,865 2, ,035 40,134 4 TPA , ,241 Sub-total ,411 7, , ,457 5 JAX ,773 3, ,284 6 RSW , ,735 7 PBI , ,615 Sub-total ,937 4, ,634 Florida Total ,656 14,274 3,257 3, ,373 LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Large / Medium Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 MIA 83.0% 11.8% 4.4% 0.8% 100% 92.4% 5.8% 1.5% 0.4% 100% 2 MCO 91.4% 5.0% 0.0% 3.6% 100% 96.2% 3.0% 0.0% 0.8% 100% 3 FLL 81.2% 8.1% 0.0% 10.7% 100% 91.9% 5.6% 0.0% 2.6% 100% 4 TPA 89.0% 2.3% 0.0% 8.7% 100% 96.4% 1.5% 0.0% 2.1% 100% Sub-total 85.9% 7.6% 1.4% 5.1% 100% 94.0% 4.3% 0.5% 1.2% 100% 5 JAX 44.5% 47.8% 4.3% 3.4% 100% 62.2% 34.8% 2.0% 1.0% 100% 6 RSW 85.3% 10.1% 0.4% 4.3% 100% 93.2% 5.7% 0.2% 1.0% 100% 7 PBI 84.3% 8.8% 0.0% 6.9% 100% 91.4% 6.5% 0.0% 2.2% 100% Sub-total 67.2% 26.2% 2.0% 4.6% 100% 80.9% 16.9% 0.8% 1.4% 100% Florida Total 79.4% 10.9% 5.7% 4.0% 100% 90.9% 6.3% 1.4% 1.4% 100% LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) page 8

10 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Small Hub Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 SFB , ,533 2 PNS , ,681 3 PIE , ,291 4 ECP , ,509 5 VPS ,485 6 SRQ ,328 7 EYW ,194 Sub-total ,776 1,662 1, ,022 Florida Total ,656 14,274 3,257 3, ,373 LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Small Hub Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 SFB 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 2 PNS 34.3% 30.8% 22.4% 12.6% 100% 58.7% 24.8% 11.9% 4.6% 100% 3 PIE 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 4 ECP 75.2% 0.0% 15.0% 9.8% 100% 90.4% 0.0% 6.6% 3.0% 100% 5 VPS 32.0% 5.1% 62.9% 0.0% 100% 54.0% 4.4% 41.6% 0.0% 100% 6 SRQ 56.6% 43.4% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 72.7% 27.3% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 7 EYW 9.6% 37.0% 0.0% 53.4% 100% 20.8% 47.5% 0.0% 31.7% 100% Sub-total 53.4% 17.6% 16.4% 12.6% 100% 76.9% 11.9% 7.4% 3.9% 100% Florida Total 79.4% 10.9% 5.7% 4.0% 100% 90.9% 6.3% 1.4% 1.4% 100% LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) page 9

11 Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Non Hub Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 TLH ,375 2 PGD , ,278 3 DAB MLB GNV UST Sub-total , , ,237 Florida Total ,656 14,274 3,257 3, ,373 LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) Share of Daily Nonstop Depts and Seats by Aircraft Type at Non Hub Florida Airports September 2016 Daily Departures Daily Seats Airport Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total Mainline LRJ Prop SRJ Total 1 TLH 23.8% 20.6% 36.0% 19.6% 100% 46.3% 19.8% 24.9% 9.1% 100% 2 PGD 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 3 DAB 60.0% 40.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 77.0% 23.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% 4 MLB 49.3% 8.2% 42.5% 0.0% 100% 74.3% 5.5% 20.2% 0.0% 100% 5 GNV 8.4% 0.0% 91.6% 0.0% 100% 16.8% 0.0% 83.2% 0.0% 100% 6 UST 100.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% % 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 100% Sub-total 41.2% 14.1% 38.0% 6.8% 100% 67.4% 10.3% 19.9% 2.4% 100% Florida Total 79.4% 10.9% 5.7% 4.0% 100% 90.9% 6.3% 1.4% 1.4% 100% LRJ = Large Regional Jet (in excess of 50 seats) / SRJ = Small Regional Jet (50 seats and fewer) page 10

12 Top 50 Domestic O&D Passenger Markets at Florida Airports Top 20 Domestic O&D Passenger Markets at Florida Airports - Passengers per Day Each Way New York / Newark - 1 Chicago - 2 Atlanta - 3 Washington - 4 Boston - 5 Philadelphia - 6 Detroit - 7 Baltimore - 8 Dallas / Fort Worth - 9 Los Angeles - 10 Denver - 11 Minneapolis - 12 Houston - 13 San Juan - 14 Hartford - 15 Las Vegas - 16 San Francisco - 17 Pittsburgh - 18 Indianapolis - 19 Cleveland ,650 5,378 5,302 5,204 5,018 4,091 4,007 3,901 3,266 2,891 2,780 2,618 2,479 2,278 2,098 1,992 1,962 1,937 1,761 18,738 page 11

13 Domestic O&D Passenger & Fare Changes at Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to O&D Passengers Average Fare 104,240,090 90,941,390 92,800,470 92,623,100 93,027,450 95,885,430 $135 $147 $155 $159 $167 $157 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 Domestic O&D Revenue & Yield Changes at Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to O&D Revenue (thousands) Average Yield $15,970,706 $16,322,550 $13,687,308 $14,346,076 $14,802,942 $12,288, YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q page 12

14 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Large Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Passengers PDEW 74,513,780 66,082,230 67,225,000 67,174,540 66,877,270 68,213,360 90,524 91,837 92,020 91,613 93, ,795 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 MIA MCO TPA FLL Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Medium Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Passengers PDEW 20,000,000 18,000,000 17,502,840 17,283,590 16,654,860 16,888,210 17,478,030 18,459,630 16,000,000 14,000,000 12,000,000 23,976 23,611 22,815 23,135 23,943 25,218 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 0 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 RSW JAX PBI page 13

15 Domestic O&D Revenue and Fare Change at Large Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Revenue (thousands) Average Fare $11,260,334 $11,465,662 $9,723,542 $10,156,896 $10,465,979 $8,776,030 $133 $145 $151 $156 $165 $154 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 MIA MCO FLL TPA Domestic O&D Revenue & Fare Change at Medium Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Revenue (thousands) Average Fare $3,073 $3,135 $2,660 $2,767 $2,855 $2,420 $138 $154 $166 $169 $176 $170 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 RSW JAX PBI page 14

16 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Large Hub and Medium Hub Florida Airports 6.3% 5.3% Airport Share MCO 31.0% FLL 20.2% Passengers 28,808,050 18,767, % 31.0% TPA 17.0% MIA 12.0% 15,759,260 11,178,660 Total of Above 80.1% 74,513, % RSW 8.2% PBI 6.3% 7,666,150 5,871,540 JAX 5.3% 4,921,940 Total of Above 19.9% 18,459, % 20.2% Total of All 92,973,410 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Large Hub and Medium Hub Florida Airports 6.8% 6.2% Airport Share MCO 29.8% FLL 18.2% Revenue ($thousands) $4,344,855 $2,658, % TPA 16.4% $2,399, % MIA 14.1% $2,062,245 Total of Above 78.5% $11,465,662 RSW 8.5% $1,243, % PBI 6.8% $989,994 JAX 6.2% $901, % Total of Above 21.5% $3,134, % Total of All $14,600,167 page 15

17 Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Small Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Passengers PDEW 8,433,290 5,645,920 6,429,070 8,783 6,784,210 9,293 7,046,640 9,653 7,581,490 10,386 11,521 7,734 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 SFB PIE PNS SRQ ECP VPS EYW Domestic O&D Passenger Growth at Non Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Passengers PDEW 3,000,000 2,833,390 2,612,550 2,500,000 2,000,000 1,500,000 1,710,400 2,343 1,862,810 2,545 2,009,490 2,753 2,215,320 3,035 3,579 3,871 1,000, ,000 0 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PGD TLH DAB MLB GNV UST APF page 16

18 Domestic O&D Revenue and Fare Change at Small Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Revenue (thousands) Average Fare $1,177,958 $1,244,015 $1,060,180 $1,081,512 $976,529 $809,071 $143 $152 $156 $153 $155 $148 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 SFB PIE PNS SRQ ECP VPS EYW Domestic O&D Revenue & Fare Change at Non Hub Florida Airports Calendar Year 2010 to Total Revenue (thousands) Average Fare $459,402 $478,369 $400,855 $326,982 $362,112 $283,258 $166 $176 $180 $181 $176 $169 YE 4Q10 YE 4Q11 YE 4Q12 YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PGD TLH DAB MLB GNV UST APF page 17

19 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Small Hub Florida Airports 7.8% Airport Share Passengers 8.1% 25.8% SFB 25.8% PIE 18.6% 2,173,840 1,570,630 PNS 16.9% 1,428, % SRQ 13.1% ECP 9.7% VPS 8.1% EYW 7.8% 1,104, , , , % 18.6% 16.9% Total of All 8,433,290 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Small Hub Florida Airports Airport Share Revenue 8.9% PNS 24.2% $300, % 24.2% SRQ 16.7% ECP 12.7% $207,604 $158,119 SFB 12.6% $156,292 VPS 12.5% $155,426 EYW 12.5% $155,140 PIE 8.9% $110, % 16.7% 12.6% Total of All 12.7% page 18 $1,244,015

20 Domestic O&D Passenger Shares at Non Hub Florida Airports 13.4% 1.7% 0.0% Airport Share PGD 29.5% TLH 20.6% Passengers 835, , % DAB 20.1% MLB 14.8% 568, , % GNV 13.4% UST 1.7% 379,270 47, % 20.6% Total of All 2,833,390 Domestic O&D Revenue Shares at Non Hub Florida Airports 14.2% 0.9% 0.0% Airport Share TLH 30.0% DAB 21.6% Revenue $143,283 $103, % GNV 17.6% MLB 15.7% $84,226 $75, % PGD 14.2% UST 0.9% $68,018 $4, % 21.6% Total of All $478,369 page 19

21 Top 150 Domestic Origin and Destination Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE New York / Newark, NY-NJ 12,784,260 12,756,740 13,678,980 18, % 3.4% 7.2% 2 Chicago, IL 4,544,180 4,709,350 5,584,530 7, % 10.9% 18.6% 3 Atlanta, GA 3,221,230 3,356,520 3,926,300 5, % 10.4% 17.0% 4 Washington, DC-VA 3,350,960 3,370,010 3,870,740 5, % 7.5% 14.9% 5 Boston, MA 3,687,180 3,588,740 3,799,040 5, % 1.5% 5.9% 6 Philadelphia, PA 3,208,120 3,100,010 3,663,050 5, % 6.9% 18.2% 7 Detroit, MI 2,654,690 2,778,050 2,986,370 4, % 6.1% 7.5% 8 Baltimore, MD 2,809,080 2,837,990 2,924,840 4, % 2.0% 3.1% 9 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 2,190,220 2,382,960 2,847,440 3, % 14.0% 19.5% 10 Los Angeles, CA 2,191,820 2,270,560 2,384,070 3, % 4.3% 5.0% 11 Denver, CO 1,690,210 1,837,150 2,110,120 2, % 11.7% 14.9% 12 Minneapolis, MN 1,713,730 1,953,790 2,029,620 2, % 8.8% 3.9% 13 Houston, TX 1,482,110 1,655,990 1,911,280 2, % 13.6% 15.4% 14 San Juan, PR 1,846,830 1,800,660 1,809,920 2, % -1.0% 0.5% 15 Hartford, CT 1,461,770 1,631,060 1,663,070 2, % 6.7% 2.0% 16 Las Vegas, NV 1,279,740 1,322,480 1,531,550 2, % 9.4% 15.8% 17 San Francisco, CA 1,288,780 1,387,170 1,454,070 1, % 6.2% 4.8% 18 Pittsburgh, PA 1,310,420 1,293,210 1,432,000 1, % 4.5% 10.7% 19 Indianapolis, IN 1,190,650 1,205,270 1,413,770 1, % 9.0% 17.3% 20 Cleveland, OH 769, ,630 1,285,600 1, % 29.3% 45.0% 21 Providence, RI 1,251,780 1,208,250 1,273,650 1, % 0.9% 5.4% 22 Columbus, OH 1,057,740 1,122,990 1,197,130 1, % 6.4% 6.6% 23 Nashville, TN 1,020,570 1,122,610 1,177,230 1, % 7.4% 4.9% 24 Buffalo, NY 1,244,270 1,192,860 1,153,450 1, % -3.7% -3.3% 25 St. Louis, MO 1,129,150 1,083,380 1,150,150 1, % 0.9% 6.2% 26 Cincinnati, OH 634, ,540 1,084,940 1, % 30.7% 49.7% 27 Raleigh / Durham, NC 913, ,560 1,074,060 1, % 8.4% 12.5% 28 Milwaukee, WI 983,040 1,026,590 1,025,960 1, % 2.2% -0.1% 29 Phoenix / Mesa, AZ 863, , ,510 1, % 7.3% 8.4% 30 Charlotte, NC 1,012,370 1,018, ,830 1, % -1.3% -3.2% 31 Seattle / Tacoma, WA 859, , ,020 1, % 6.1% 6.0% 32 Kansas City, MO 833, , ,120 1, % 4.6% 6.2% 33 New Orleans, LA 758, , ,780 1, % 7.3% 8.4% 34 White Plains, NY 789, , ,780 1, % 3.1% 1.8% 35 Long Island, NY 854, , ,830 1, % -1.5% -3.7% 36 Atlantic City, NJ 699, , ,280 1, % 6.2% 3.0% 37 Austin, TX 617, , ,790 1, % 11.8% 14.5% 38 San Diego, CA 625, , ,760 1, % 9.3% 9.7% 39 Albany, NY 563, , , % 7.3% 11.6% 40 Salt Lake City, UT 489, , , % 13.6% 18.3% 41 Manchester, NH 589, , , % -2.6% 3.5% 42 San Antonio, TX 454, , , % 7.8% 11.3% 43 Richmond, VA 465, , , % 5.1% 7.3% 44 Fort Lauderdale, FL 527, , , % -1.8% 3.6% 45 Grand Rapids, MI 416, , , % 9.5% 12.9% 46 Tampa / St. Pete / Clearwater, FL 531, , , % -4.4% 2.4% 47 Rochester, NY 476, , , % -1.3% 3.6% 48 Louisville, KY 451, , , % 0.9% 0.1% 49 Memphis, TN 413, , , % 4.9% 5.0% 50 Syracuse, NY 438, , , % 1.6% 2.4% continued on page 21 page 20

22 Top 150 Domestic Origin and Destination Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE Norfolk, VA 478, , , % -4.2% 1.5% 52 Portland, OR 381, , , % 6.6% 7.3% 53 Akron / Canton, OH 458, , , % -3.9% 0.8% 54 Miami, FL 427, , , % -0.9% 4.4% 55 Birmingham, AL 389, , , % -0.3% 4.8% 56 Trenton, NJ 123, , , % 71.4% 44.9% 57 Omaha, NE 331, , , % 2.9% 8.8% 58 Knoxville, TN 320, , , % 1.5% 1.6% 59 Lexington, KY 292, , , % 3.5% -4.0% 60 Dayton, OH 401, , , % -13.5% -15.3% 61 Orlando / Sanford, FL 304, , , % -1.9% 6.1% 62 Sacramento, CA 264, , , % 4.3% 7.0% 63 Asheville, NC 156, , , % 34.8% 18.8% 64 Orange County, CA 259, , , % 4.6% 11.6% 65 Portland, ME 275, , , % -0.5% -3.7% 66 Des Moines, IA 245, , , % 4.4% 4.5% 67 Oklahoma City, OK 259, , , % 1.2% 0.8% 68 Flint, MI 264, , , % -0.5% -6.8% 69 Allentown, PA 217, , , % 8.5% 13.9% 70 Greensboro, NC 241, , , % 1.0% 8.1% 71 Greenville / Spartanburg, SC 272, , , % -7.0% -8.2% 72 Harrisburg, PA 246, , , % -2.4% -5.9% 73 Tulsa, OK 172, , , % 15.8% 13.4% 74 Jacksonville, FL 225, , , % 1.0% 7.3% 75 Albuquerque, NM 229, , , % -0.9% -0.8% 76 Plattsburg, NY 213, , , % 2.4% 0.7% 77 Latrobe, PA 162, , , % 12.3% 21.7% 78 Fort Wayne, IN 153, , , % 14.3% 12.7% 79 Niagara Falls, NY 152, , , % 13.2% 14.5% 80 San Jose, CA 184, , , % 0.5% 4.7% 81 Burlington, VT 185, , , % 0.0% -8.8% 82 South Bend, IN 161, , , % 4.4% 3.3% 83 St Thomas, VI 163, , , % 3.0% 1.8% 84 Honolulu, HI 153, , , % 6.3% 6.5% 85 Cedar Rapids, IA 127, , , % 14.9% -3.4% 86 Newburgh, NY 174, , , % -2.0% -3.3% 87 Little Rock, AR 150, , , % 3.8% 4.2% 88 Springfield, MO 130, , , % 10.2% -1.7% 89 Peoria, IL 107, , , % 19.5% 12.2% 90 Aguadilla, PR 139, , , % 3.3% 4.2% 91 Chattanooga, TN 108, , , % 15.9% 11.9% 92 Pensacola, FL 152, , , % -2.5% 1.6% 93 Charleston, SC 113, , , % 12.0% 22.8% 94 Bangor, ME 139, , , % 1.0% 1.1% 95 El Paso, TX 124, , , % 5.8% 9.4% 96 Madison, WI 119, , , % 7.8% 12.1% 97 Huntington, WV 117, , , % 6.3% 23.3% 98 Tucson, AZ 117, , , % 6.1% -3.2% 99 Moline, IL 123, , , % 2.9% -0.3% 100 Wichita, KS 115, , , % 5.0% 10.3% continued on page 22 page 21

23 Top 150 Domestic Origin and Destination Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE Ontario, CA 117, , , % 3.6% 8.8% 102 Bloomington / Normal, IL 108,230 97, , % 7.4% 28.0% 103 Fayetteville, AR 110, , , % 5.8% -0.5% 104 Reno, NV 106, , , % 5.3% 7.6% 105 Oakland, CA 90, , , % 13.8% 16.2% 106 Roanoke, VA 106, , , % 4.3% 1.6% 107 Rockford, IL 96, , , % 8.2% 3.6% 108 Worcester, MA 14, , , % 177.5% -0.1% 109 Myrtle Beach, SC 101, , , % 5.6% 7.5% 110 Toledo, OH 86,020 98, , % 12.5% 10.4% 111 Sioux Falls, SD 84, , , % 12.3% 4.8% 112 Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, PA 94,170 99, , % 5.9% 5.9% 113 Tri-Cities, TN 107, , , % -1.4% -7.9% 114 Youngstown, OH 69, , , % 22.9% 4.6% 115 Tallahassee, FL 95,860 95, , % 2.3% 5.1% 116 Concord, NC 1,130 27,470 99, % 836.9% 261.0% 117 Elmira / Corning, NY 73,960 98,240 98, % 15.6% 0.5% 118 Anchorage, AK 85,710 93,530 97, % 6.5% 3.9% 119 Ponce, PR 86,830 94,860 97, % 5.8% 2.4% 120 Colorado Springs, CO 110,350 94,650 90, % -9.3% -4.1% 121 Spokane, WA 80,350 82,300 87, % 4.1% 5.7% 122 Fargo, ND 74,650 89,120 86, % 7.4% -3.3% 123 Huntsville, AL 84,340 85,800 85, % 0.6% -0.5% 124 Key West, FL 104,650 90,980 82, % -11.4% -9.7% 125 Boise, ID 77,880 78,900 81, % 2.2% 3.0% 126 Appleton, WI 64,800 69,630 80, % 11.2% 15.2% 127 Jackson, MS 112,080 95,380 76, % -17.3% -19.6% 128 Wilmington, NC 71,890 65,560 74, % 1.6% 13.2% 129 Columbia, SC 48,750 56,610 71, % 21.5% 27.2% 130 McAllen, TX 53,100 64,840 66, % 12.3% 3.3% 131 Charlottesville, VA 52,090 63,130 66, % 12.6% 4.5% 132 Norfolk / Newport News, VA 84,630 74,090 61, % -15.0% -17.5% 133 Green Bay, WI 50,600 60,440 60, % 9.2% -0.2% 134 Springfield, IL 34,540 56,000 59, % 31.8% 7.1% 135 Belleville, IL 25,400 31,170 58, % 51.9% 88.0% 136 Shreveport, LA 54,140 61,140 57, % 2.9% -6.1% 137 St Croix, VI 52,940 53,940 56, % 3.5% 5.1% 138 Charleston, WV 66,910 61,160 56, % -8.0% -7.4% 139 Bismarck, ND 25,290 48,120 54, % 47.2% 13.8% 140 Evansville, IN 33,700 39,470 50, % 23.0% 29.1% 141 Fayetteville, NC 51,150 49,190 50, % -1.0% 2.0% 142 Fresno, CA 49,190 48,800 50, % 0.9% 2.7% 143 Eagle, CO 47,570 49,680 50, % 2.6% 0.9% 144 Traverse City, MI 43,690 47,870 50, % 7.1% 4.6% 145 Baton Rouge, LA 45,730 46,150 49, % 4.4% 8.1% 146 Hagerstown, MD 22,820 26,780 46, % 43.0% 74.2% 147 Bozeman, MT 40,230 42,570 46, % 7.0% 8.2% 148 Augusta, GA 40,650 43,150 44, % 5.2% 4.2% 149 Palm Springs, CA 41,140 49,130 44, % 3.9% -9.6% 150 Midland / Odessa, TX 38,740 43,770 43, % 5.7% -1.1% Top 150 Markets 90,900,130 93,639, ,082, , % 6.0% 9.0% Total Domestic Passengers 93,027,450 95,885, ,240, , % 5.9% 8.7% page 22

24 FLA Airport Shares at Consolidated O&D Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area / Airport YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE Boston Area 1 Boston 3,687,180 3,588,740 3,799,040 5, % 1.5% 5.9% 2 Providence 1,251,780 1,208,250 1,273,650 1, % 0.9% 5.4% 3 Manchester 589, , , % -2.6% 3.5% Total of Above 5,528,080 5,337,380 5,631,850 7, % 0.9% 5.5% Chicago Area 1 Chicago O'Hare 2,860,410 3,017,130 3,722,960 5, % 14.1% 23.4% 2 Chicago Midway 1,683,770 1,692,220 1,861,570 2, % 5.1% 10.0% Total of Above 4,544,180 4,709,350 5,584,530 7, % 10.9% 18.6% Cleveland / Akron 1 Cleveland 769, ,630 1,285,600 1, % 29.3% 45.0% 2 Akron / Canton 458, , , % -3.9% 0.8% 3 Youngstown 69, , , % 22.9% 4.6% Total of Above 1,297,200 1,406,720 1,813,830 2, % 18.2% 28.9% Dallas / Fort Worth 1 Dallas / Ft Worth 1,886,170 1,975,530 2,154,480 2, % 6.9% 9.1% 2 Dallas Love Field 304, , , % 51.0% 70.1% Total of Above 2,190,220 2,382,960 2,847,440 3, % 14.0% 19.5% Denver / Colorado Springs 1 Denver 1,690,210 1,837,150 2,110,120 2, % 11.7% 14.9% 2 Colorado Springs 110,350 94,650 90, % -9.3% -4.1% Total of Above 1,800,560 1,931,800 2,200,850 3, % 10.6% 13.9% Florida - Southeast 1 Fort Lauderdale 527, , , % -1.8% 3.6% 2 Miami 427, , , % -0.9% 4.4% 3 West Palm Beach 37,760 32,210 35, % -3.7% 8.7% Total of Above 993, , ,500 1, % -1.5% 4.1% Florida - Southwest 1 Fort Myers 26,710 18,450 20, % -12.3% 11.3% 2 Sarasota / Bradenton 2,200 2,270 2, % 16.4% 31.3% 3 Punta Gorda % 100.0% % Total of Above 28,910 20,840 23, % -9.8% 12.9% Gulf Coast 1 Pensacola 152, , , % -2.5% 1.6% 2 Gulfport 33,050 32,100 34, % 1.7% 6.4% 3 Panama City 22,600 21,540 33, % 22.5% 57.5% 4 Mobile 20,800 24,320 24, % 8.4% 0.5% 5 Destin-Fort Walton Beach 16,630 19,670 18, % 6.5% -4.1% Total of Above 245, , , % 2.2% 6.7% Los Angeles Basin 1 Los Angeles 2,191,820 2,270,560 2,384,070 3, % 4.3% 5.0% 2 Orange County 259, , , % 4.6% 11.6% 3 Ontario 117, , , % 3.6% 8.8% 4 Burbank 32,490 30,630 38, % 8.2% 24.2% 5 Long Beach 29,350 39,420 31, % 2.9% -21.2% Total of Above 2,630,470 2,710,790 2,863,220 3, % 4.3% 5.6% continued on page 24 page 23

25 0 Airport Shares at Consolidated O&D Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area / Airport YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE Houston 1 Houston IAH 964,960 1,103,990 1,297,450 1, % 16.0% 17.5% 2 Houston Hobby 517, , , % 8.9% 11.2% Total of Above 1,482,110 1,655,990 1,911,280 2, % 13.6% 15.4% New York City / Newark Area 1 La Guardia 5,083,890 5,151,060 5,494,140 7, % 4.0% 6.7% 2 New York Newark 3,889,220 3,906,330 4,165,280 5, % 3.5% 6.6% 3 New York J F Kennedy 3,811,150 3,699,350 4,019,560 5, % 2.7% 8.7% 4 White Plains 789, , ,780 1, % 3.1% 1.8% 5 Islip 854, , ,830 1, % -1.5% -3.7% 6 Newburgh 174, , , % -2.0% -3.3% Total of Above 15,631,630 15,650,490 16,512,640 22, % 2.8% 5.5% Orlando / Sanford 1 Orlando 304, , , % -1.9% 6.1% 2 Sanford % 100.0% % Total of Above 304, , , % -1.9% 6.1% Philadelphia Area 1 Philadelphia 3,208,120 3,100,010 3,663,050 5, % 6.9% 18.2% 2 Trenton 123, , , % 71.4% 44.9% 3 Allentown 217, , , % 8.5% 13.9% Total of Above 3,549,060 3,575,140 4,281,650 5, % 9.8% 19.8% Phoenix / Mesa 1 Phoenix 850, , ,510 1, % 8.1% 8.4% 2 Mesa Gateway 12, % % 100.0% Total of Above 863, , ,510 1, % 7.3% 8.4% San Francisco Bay 1 San Francisco 1,288,780 1,387,170 1,454,070 1, % 6.2% 4.8% 2 San Jose 184, , , % 0.5% 4.7% 3 Oakland 90, , , % 13.8% 16.2% Total of Above 1,564,080 1,666,380 1,758,030 2, % 6.0% 5.5% Tampa / St. Petersburg 1 Tampa 531, , , % -4.4% 2.4% 2 St. Pete / Clearwater % 100.0% 100.0% Total of Above 531, , , % -4.4% 2.4% Virginia - Southeast 1 Richmond 465, , , % 5.1% 7.3% 2 Norfolk 478, , , % -4.2% 1.5% 3 Newport News 84,630 74,090 61, % -15.0% -17.5% Total of Above 1,028, ,230 1,013,790 1, % -0.7% 2.9% Washington / Baltimore 1 Washington National 2,657,770 2,588,840 2,952,190 4, % 5.4% 14.0% 2 Baltimore 2,809,080 2,837,990 2,924,840 4, % 2.0% 3.1% 3 Washington Dulles 693, , ,550 1, % 15.1% 17.6% Total of Above 6,160,040 6,208,000 6,795,580 9, % 5.0% 9.5% page 24

26 FLA Top 20 Passenger Growth Markets at Florida Calendar Year 2014 to Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers - Top 100 Markets Total Paxs Paxs PDEW Growth Market Area YE 4Q15 Growth Growth Rate 1 New York / Newark, NY-NJ 13,678, ,240 1, % 2 Chicago, IL 5,584, ,180 1, % 3 Atlanta, GA 3,926, , % 4 Philadelphia, PA 3,663, , % 5 Washington, DC-VA 3,870, , % 6 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 2,847, , % 7 Cleveland, OH 1,285, , % 8 Cincinnati, OH 1,084, , % 9 Denver, CO 2,110, , % 10 Houston, TX 1,911, , % 11 Boston, MA 3,799, , % 12 Las Vegas, NV 1,531, , % 13 Indianapolis, IN 1,413, , % 14 Detroit, MI 2,986, , % 15 Pittsburgh, PA 1,432, , % 16 Raleigh / Durham, NC 1,074, , % 17 Los Angeles, CA 2,384, , % 18 Trenton, NJ 362, , % 19 Salt Lake City, UT 631,110 97, % 20 Austin, TX 771,790 97, % Total of Above 56,348,960 6,698,180 9, % Top 20 Percentage Growth Markets at Florida Calendar Year 2014 to Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers - Top 100 Markets Total Paxs Paxs PDEW Growth Market Area YE 4Q15 Growth Growth Rate 1 Cincinnati, OH 1,084, , % 2 Cleveland, OH 1,285, , % 3 Trenton, NJ 362, , % 4 Huntington, WV 132,880 25, % 5 Charleston, SC 143,020 26, % 6 Latrobe, PA 205,280 36, % 7 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 2,847, , % 8 Asheville, NC 285,180 45, % 9 Chicago, IL 5,584, ,180 1, % 10 Salt Lake City, UT 631,110 97, % 11 Philadelphia, PA 3,663, , % 12 Indianapolis, IN 1,413, , % 13 Atlanta, GA 3,926, , % 14 Las Vegas, NV 1,531, , % 15 Houston, TX 1,911, , % 16 Denver, CO 2,110, , % 17 Washington, DC-VA 3,870, , % 18 Niagara Falls, NY 195,350 24, % 19 Austin, TX 771,790 97, % 20 Allentown, PA 256,380 31, % Total of Above 32,212,530 5,174,950 7, % page 25

27 FLA Top 50 Domestic Origin & Destination Markets - Passengers Originating at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE New York / Newark, NY-NJ 4,263,600 4,285,040 4,661,690 6, % 4.6% 8.8% 2 Chicago, IL 1,375,270 1,449,820 1,748,980 2, % 12.8% 20.6% 3 Atlanta, GA 1,274,660 1,324,310 1,549,670 2, % 10.3% 17.0% 4 Washington, DC-VA 1,267,780 1,281,700 1,507,850 2, % 9.1% 17.6% 5 Boston, MA 1,161,290 1,144,670 1,250,300 1, % 3.8% 9.2% 6 Las Vegas, NV 931, ,510 1,079,860 1, % 7.7% 13.8% 7 Philadelphia, PA 916, ,130 1,060,100 1, % 7.6% 20.9% 8 Los Angeles, CA 911, ,270 1,009,350 1, % 5.3% 6.4% 9 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 742, , ,610 1, % 14.6% 19.7% 10 Baltimore, MD 867, , ,100 1, % 2.4% 3.0% 11 San Juan, PR 902, , ,250 1, % 0.2% 2.7% 12 Denver, CO 687, , ,790 1, % 14.1% 17.7% 13 Detroit, MI 648, , ,220 1, % 6.2% 11.0% 14 Houston, TX 518, , , % 13.5% 16.2% 15 San Francisco, CA 571, , , % 5.7% 4.8% 16 Hartford, CT 423, , , % 7.6% 3.9% 17 Minneapolis, MN 395, , , % 10.4% 9.2% 18 New Orleans, LA 382, , , % 8.5% 10.5% 19 Nashville, TN 376, , , % 9.0% 5.7% 20 Pittsburgh, PA 375, , , % 7.5% 19.4% 21 Phoenix / Mesa, AZ 366, , , % 8.1% 10.8% 22 Indianapolis, IN 322, , , % 14.5% 30.4% 23 Seattle / Tacoma, WA 335, , , % 8.9% 9.6% 24 Providence, RI 368, , , % 1.7% 6.3% 25 Raleigh / Durham, NC 319, , , % 9.1% 13.9% 26 Cleveland, OH 210, , , % 32.6% 53.3% 27 Charlotte, NC 369, , , % -2.0% -2.4% 28 Columbus, OH 292, , , % 10.0% 13.6% 29 St. Louis, MO 322, , , % 2.6% 8.2% 30 San Diego, CA 281, , , % 9.7% 11.3% 31 Cincinnati, OH 143, , , % 53.1% 72.7% 32 Buffalo, NY 310, , , % 0.6% 3.9% 33 Austin, TX 229, , , % 12.7% 17.5% 34 Long Island, NY 274, , , % 0.3% -2.3% 35 Milwaukee, WI 259, , , % 0.8% 3.0% 36 Fort Lauderdale, FL 271, , , % -2.2% 3.0% 37 Kansas City, MO 228, , , % 6.4% 10.2% 38 White Plains, NY 245, , , % 1.4% 1.2% 39 Salt Lake City, UT 190, , , % 13.5% 17.1% 40 Tampa / St. Pete / Clearwater, FL 249, , , % -3.2% 3.8% 41 Atlantic City, NJ 210, , , % 3.9% 3.0% 42 San Antonio, TX 189, , , % 8.3% 10.9% 43 Albany, NY 164, , , % 9.9% 11.2% 44 Miami, FL 194, , , % -0.2% 4.8% 45 Manchester, NH 177, , , % -2.1% 5.5% 46 Richmond, VA 144, , , % 7.1% 10.6% 47 Orlando / Sanford, FL 163, , , % -0.7% 5.7% 48 Portland, OR 138, , , % 7.6% 10.6% 49 Memphis, TN 138, , , % 7.5% 17.3% 50 Norfolk, VA 172, , , % -4.7% 2.3% Top 50 Markets 26,278,980 26,989,970 30,211,490 41, % 7.2% 11.9% Total Originated Passengers 32,351,530 33,601,190 37,255,900 51, % 7.3% 10.9% page 26

28 FLA Top 50 Domestic Origin & Destination Markets - Passengers Visiting Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE New York / Newark, NY-NJ 8,467,990 8,418,750 8,965,650 12, % 2.9% 6.5% 2 Chicago, IL 3,139,820 3,228,750 3,800,920 5, % 10.0% 17.7% 3 Philadelphia, PA 2,277,710 2,208,640 2,585,930 3, % 6.6% 17.1% 4 Boston, MA 2,512,390 2,429,260 2,533,680 3, % 0.4% 4.3% 5 Washington, DC-VA 2,060,790 2,064,910 2,338,090 3, % 6.5% 13.2% 6 Atlanta, GA 1,890,630 1,976,900 2,323,900 3, % 10.9% 17.6% 7 Detroit, MI 1,994,850 2,105,440 2,238,430 3, % 5.9% 6.3% 8 Baltimore, MD 1,919,300 1,936,210 1,997,310 2, % 2.0% 3.2% 9 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 1,418,910 1,533,910 1,835,340 2, % 13.7% 19.7% 10 Minneapolis, MN 1,309,950 1,501,200 1,533,300 2, % 8.2% 2.1% 11 Los Angeles, CA 1,264,140 1,304,110 1,357,310 1, % 3.6% 4.1% 12 Houston, TX 942,350 1,056,890 1,221,570 1, % 13.9% 15.6% 13 Denver, CO 990,830 1,063,930 1,201,580 1, % 10.1% 12.9% 14 Hartford, CT 1,032,970 1,153,400 1,166,530 1, % 6.3% 1.1% 15 Pittsburgh, PA 929, , ,590 1, % 3.3% 7.2% 16 Indianapolis, IN 861, , ,530 1, % 6.8% 12.4% 17 Cleveland, OH 555, , ,520 1, % 28.1% 42.1% 18 San Juan, PR 938, , ,130 1, % -2.1% -1.5% 19 Providence, RI 880, , ,310 1, % 0.5% 5.1% 20 Columbus, OH 761, , ,340 1, % 5.0% 3.9% 21 Buffalo, NY 930, , ,710 1, % -5.2% -5.7% 22 San Francisco, CA 707, , ,270 1, % 6.7% 5.0% 23 St. Louis, MO 799, , ,320 1, % 0.2% 5.2% 24 Milwaukee, WI 718, , ,700 1, % 2.7% -1.1% 25 Cincinnati, OH 487, , ,660 1, % 23.6% 41.7% 26 Nashville, TN 631, , , % 6.6% 4.9% 27 Raleigh / Durham, NC 587, , , % 8.1% 11.8% 28 Kansas City, MO 600, , , % 3.8% 4.6% 29 Charlotte, NC 615, , , % -1.2% -3.8% 30 White Plains, NY 542, , , % 3.9% 2.1% 31 Seattle / Tacoma, WA 519, , , % 4.2% 3.5% 32 Atlantic City, NJ 486, , , % 7.3% 3.1% 33 Phoenix / Mesa, AZ 488, , , % 6.6% 6.7% 34 Long Island, NY 579, , , % -2.3% -4.4% 35 Austin, TX 384, , , % 11.2% 12.7% 36 Albany, NY 397, , , % 6.2% 11.8% 37 Las Vegas, NV 335, , , % 14.3% 21.4% 38 New Orleans, LA 369, , , % 6.1% 6.7% 39 San Diego, CA 338, , , % 9.0% 8.4% 40 Manchester, NH 409, , , % -2.8% 2.6% 41 Salt Lake City, UT 294, , , % 13.6% 18.9% 42 Richmond, VA 318, , , % 4.0% 5.8% 43 Grand Rapids, MI 296, , , % 7.1% 10.6% 44 Rochester, NY 335, , , % -1.6% 2.3% 45 Louisville, KY 311, , , % -0.1% -1.7% 46 Akron / Canton, OH 336, , , % -4.7% -1.4% 47 Syracuse, NY 305, , , % -0.6% 0.4% 48 San Antonio, TX 262, , , % 7.3% 11.8% 49 Memphis, TN 268, , , % 3.8% -0.1% 50 Norfolk, VA 301, , , % -4.2% 1.3% Top 50 Markets 50,111,000 51,352,180 55,772,180 76, % 5.5% 8.6% Total Visiting Passengers 60,057,940 61,613,620 66,313,650 90, % 5.1% 7.6% page 27

29 FLA Top 20 International Origin & Destination Passenger Gateways at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE New York / Newark, NY-NJ 2,339,890 2,340,240 2,381,880 3, % 0.9% 1.8% 2 Atlanta, GA 1,386,800 1,365,030 1,411,330 1, % 0.9% 3.4% 3 Miami, FL 976, , ,650 1, % -3.8% -7.6% 4 Chicago, IL 821, , , % -6.3% -8.9% 5 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 606, , , % 6.1% 5.3% 6 Washington, DC-VA 717, , , % -3.3% -2.9% 7 Orlando / Sanford, FL 671, , , % -3.2% -6.9% 8 Los Angeles, CA 611, , , % -4.2% -4.4% 9 Houston, TX 556, , , % -0.2% -6.1% 10 Boston, MA 486, , , % 2.3% 3.3% 11 Philadelphia, PA 494, , , % -0.9% -3.0% 12 Charlotte, NC 373, , , % -2.0% -8.2% 13 Detroit, MI 339, , , % -11.4% -12.7% 14 Tampa / St. Pete / Clearwater, FL 273, , , % -1.3% -1.3% 15 San Francisco, CA 260, , , % -1.2% 0.2% 16 San Juan, PR 249, , , % -10.6% 3.8% 17 Minneapolis, MN 185, , , % -4.7% 1.9% 18 Baltimore, MD 142, , , % 7.7% 17.0% 19 Denver, CO 154, , , % 2.2% -0.8% 20 Las Vegas, NV 173, , , % -4.2% 1.9% Total Gateway Passengers 13,552,630 13,502,910 13,517,030 18, % -0.1% 0.1% Top 20 Domestic Origin & Destination Zero Fare Passenger Markets at Florida Approximates 100% Sample - Directional Journeyed Passengers Avg. Ann. Change Market Area YE 4Q13 YE 4Q14 YE 4Q15 PDEW SHARE New York / Newark, NY-NJ 732, , ,840 1, % 15.8% 17.6% 2 Chicago, IL 476, , , % 7.2% 6.4% 3 Baltimore, MD 224, , , % 16.6% 11.7% 4 Boston, MA 209, , , % 12.1% 14.6% 5 Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 205, , , % 10.1% 10.8% 6 Atlanta, GA 183, , , % 11.9% 23.4% 7 Philadelphia, PA 201, , , % 3.5% 1.0% 8 Los Angeles, CA 172, , , % 6.8% 5.8% 9 Houston, TX 162, , , % 9.2% 10.8% 10 Denver, CO 170, , , % 4.0% 1.4% 11 Detroit, MI 157, , , % 4.2% 3.2% 12 Nashville, TN 129, , , % 14.0% 9.9% 13 Washington, DC-VA 136, , , % 10.7% 12.8% 14 St. Louis, MO 130, , , % 9.3% 5.6% 15 Providence, RI 112, , , % 10.9% 8.5% 16 Minneapolis, MN 135, , , % 0.9% 7.1% 17 San Francisco, CA 109, , , % 10.2% 11.0% 18 Hartford, CT 90, , , % 19.5% 11.4% 19 Las Vegas, NV 107, , , % 4.9% 1.8% 20 Kansas City, MO 89, , , % 13.9% 9.9% Total Zero Fare Passengers 6,601,970 7,218,570 7,875,510 10, % 9.2% 9.1% page 28

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