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March 2013 U.S. Airline System Passengers Up 1.0% from March 2012

Press Release Number: 
BTS 28-13
Date: 
Thursday, June 20, 2013
Media Contact: 
Dave Smallen, 202-366-5568

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) reported today that U.S. airlines carried 65.1 million scheduled systemwide passengers in March 2013, 1.0 percent more than in March 2012. The systemwide increase was the result of a 0.6 percent increase in the number of domestic passengers (56.6 million) and a 3.3 percent increase in international passengers (8.5 million) (Tables 1, 7, 13).

Passengers on All U.S. Scheduled Airlines (Domestic & International),
March 2008-March 2013

Passengers on All U.S. Scheduled Airlines (Domestic & International), March 2008-March 2013

SOURCE for recession dates: National Bureau of Economic Research, US Business Cycle Expansions and Contractions

BTS, a part of the Department’s Research and Innovative Technology Administration, reported that U.S. airlines carried 0.5 percent more total system (domestic + international) passengers during the first three months of 2013 (172.9 million) than during the same period in 2012 (Table 2). Domestically, U.S. airlines carried 150.1 million passengers, up 0.3 percent from 2012 (Table 8). Internationally, they carried 22.8 million passengers, up 2.2 percent from 2012 (Table 14). See Tables 2, 8 and 14 of Air Traffic Press Releases for previous-year data.

The system load factor of 84.3 percent, the domestic load factor of 85.0 percent and the international load factor of 82.8 percent were record highs for the month of March (Tables 1, 7, 13). Load factor is a measure of the use of aircraft capacity that compares Revenue Passenger-Miles (RPMs) as a proportion of Available Seat-Miles (ASMs)

Additional traffic data can be found on the BTS Airlines and Airports page.  Click on a link in the Quick Links box on the right.  For more historical data, see Traffic on the BTS website.

International Load Factor and Capacity

In March, for the third consecutive month, international capacity measured by ASMs, declined from the same month of the previous year. The capacity decline, combined with an increase in RPMs from March 2012, resulted in a record international load factor for the month of March, surpassing the previous high set in March 2010 (Table 13). See Tables 1, 7 and 13 of Air Traffic Press Releases for previous-year data.

Top Airlines

Monthly: In March, Delta Air Lines carried more system passengers than any other U.S. airline (Table 4).  Southwest Airlines carried the most domestic passengers (Table 10). United Airlines carried the most international passengers (Table 16). The top 10 U.S. airlines in terms of number of passengers carried 80.8 percent of systemwide passengers, up from 79.8 percent carried by the U.S. airlines that were in the top 10 in March 2012.

Year-to-date: During the first three months of 2013, Delta carried more system passengers than any other U.S. airline (Table 3) and Southwest carried the most domestic passengers (Table 9).  United carried the most international passengers (Table 15). The top 10 U.S. airlines carried 80.6 percent of systemwide passengers, up from 79.8 percent carried by the U.S. airlines that were in the top 10 during the first three months of 2012.

Top Airports           

Monthly: In March, more total system and domestic passengers boarded planes at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International than at any other U.S. airport (Tables 6, 12); and more international passengers boarded U.S. carriers at Miami than at any other U.S. airport (Table 18).

Year-to-date: During the first three months of 2013, more total system and domestic passengers boarded planes at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson than at any other U.S. airport (Tables 5 and 11); and more international passengers boarded U.S. carriers at Miami than at any other U.S. airport (Table 17).

Reporting Notes
Data are compiled from monthly reports filed with BTS by commercial U.S. air carriers detailing operations, passenger traffic and freight traffic. This release includes data received by BTS from 74 carriers as of June 5 for U.S. carrier scheduled civilian operations.

Southwest and AirTran Airways are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of their financial reports.  They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they remain operating as separate economic entities.

Go to http://www.transtats.bts.gov/releaseinfo.asp for the complete list of reporting and non-reporting carriers. U.S. carriers’ foreign point-to-point flights are included in system and international totals. To create a customized table for passengers, flights, RPMs, ASMs and other data, including non-scheduled service, go to http://apps.bts.gov/xml/air_traffic/src/index.xml#CustomizeTable

For additional scheduled service numbers for U.S. airlines, U.S. and foreign airlines, by airline and by airport, see Passengers, Flights, Revenue Passenger-Miles, Available Seat-Miles and Load Factor.

Traffic numbers are available on the BTS website at TranStats, the Intermodal Transportation Database, at http://transtats.bts.gov.  Click on “Aviation.”  For system passengers, RPMs and ASMs by carrier through March, click on “Air Carrier Summary Data (Form 41 and 298C Summary Data),” and then click on “Schedule T-1.” Use crosstabs to find scheduled service.

For domestic numbers through March and international numbers through December by origin as well as by carrier, after clicking on “Aviation,” click on “Air Carrier Statistics (Form 41 Traffic).”  Click on “T-100 Market” for system passenger numbers, “T-100 Domestic Market” for domestic or “T-100 International Market” for international.  For flights, stage length and trip length, use the appropriate T-100 Segment database. Use crosstabs to find scheduled service.

International totals in this press release consist of all U.S. carrier operations to and from the U.S. and from one foreign point to another foreign point. TranStats T-100 system and international totals do not include U.S. carriers’ foreign point-to-point flights. For March, U.S. carriers reported 206,783 foreign point-to-point passengers. For January through March, U.S. carriers reported 593,848 foreign point-to-point passengers.

Data are subject to revision. BTS has scheduled July 23 for the release of April traffic data.

 

Table 1. Scheduled System (Domestic and International) Airline Travel on U.S. Airlines

  Monthly Year-to-Date
Mar 2012 Mar 2013 Change % 2012 2013 Change %
Passengers (in millions) 64.5 65.1 1.0 172.0 172.9 0.5
Flights (in thousands) 803.7 784.9 -2.3 2,264.8 2,188.2 -3.4
Revenue Passenger Miles (in billions) 70.8 72.2 1.9 189.3 192.1 1.5
Available Seat-Miles (in billions) 85.3 85.6 0.4 239.0 237.5 -0.6
Load Factor* 83.0 84.3 1.3 79.2 80.9 1.7
Flight Stage Length** 753.8 769.5 2.1 749.3 764.2 2.0
Passenger Trip Length*** 1,098.3 1,108.5 0.9 1,100.6 1,111.0 0.9

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market and Segment

* Change in load factor points

** The average non-stop distance flown per departure in miles

*** The average distance flown per passenger in miles

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 2. Total System (Domestic and International) Scheduled Enplanements on U.S. Airlines

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

  2011 2012 2011-2012 Pct. Change 2013 2012-2013 Pct. Change
January 53.7 54.4 1.4 55.3 1.6
February 50.1 53.1 6.1 52.5 -1.2
March 63.6 64.5 1.4 65.1 1.0
April 60.5 61.5 1.6    
May 63.9 63.7 -0.3    
June 66.2 66.6 0.6    
July 69.9 69.2 -1.0    
August 66.3 67.8 2.2    
September 58.1 57.4 -1.1    
October 61.2 60.8 -0.6    
November 58.3 58.7 0.8    
December 59.1 58.9 -0.3    
3 Mo Total 167.3 172.0 2.8 172.9 0.5
Yr. Total 730.8 736.6 0.8    

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 3. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by January-March 2013 Scheduled System (Domestic and International) Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Carrier Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Delta 27.012 1 25.977 4.0
2 Southwest* 26.188 2 25.966 0.9
3 United 21.187 3 21.762 -2.6
4 American 20.883 4 20.791 0.4
5 US Airways 13.807 5 13.285 3.9
6 ExpressJet 7.507 6 7.296 2.9
7 JetBlue 7.287 7 6.848 6.4
8 SkyWest 6.470 8 5.921 9.3
9 Alaska 4.527 10 4.265 6.1
10 AirTran 4.525 9 5.189 -12.8

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 4. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by March 2013 Scheduled System (Domestic and International) Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Mar 2013 Rank Carrier Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Mar 2012 Rank Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Delta 10.441 1 10.038 4.0
2 Southwest* 10.248 2 9.746 5.2
3 United 7.908 3 8.143 -2.9
4 American 7.546 4 7.606 -0.8
5 US Airways 5.034 5 4.846 3.9
6 ExpressJet 2.856 6 2.751 3.8
7 JetBlue 2.742 7 2.564 6.9
8 SkyWest 2.393 8 2.218 7.9
9 AirTran 1.791 9 1.989 -10.0
10 Alaska 1.678 10 1.576 6.5

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 5. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by January-March 2013 Scheduled System (Domestic and International) Enplanements on U.S. Airlines*

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Airport Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Atlanta 10.323 1 10.284 0.4
2 Dallas/Fort Worth 6.712 3 6.384 5.1
3 Chicago O'Hare 6.652 2 6.775 -1.8
4 Denver 5.848 4 5.838 0.2
5 Los Angeles 5.727 5 5.756 -0.5
6 Charlotte 4.986 7 4.721 5.6
7 Phoenix 4.825 6 4.811 0.3
8 Las Vegas 4.308 8 4.396 -2.0
9 Houston Bush 4.257 9 4.301 -1.0
10 San Francisco 4.084 10 4.056 0.7

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market

* Numbers do not include international enplanements on foreign carriers

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 6. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by March 2013 Scheduled System (Domestic and International) Enplanements on U.S. Airlines*

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Mar 2013 Rank Airport Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Mar 2012 Rank Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Atlanta 3.890 1 3.911 -0.6
2 Chicago O'Hare 2.508 2 2.596 -3.4
3 Dallas/Fort Worth 2.428 3 2.355 3.1
4 Los Angeles 2.146 5 2.122 1.1
5 Denver 2.143 4 2.167 -1.1
6 Charlotte 1.800 7 1.716 4.9
7 Phoenix 1.796 6 1.802 -0.3
8 Las Vegas 1.614 8 1.605 0.5
9 Houston Bush 1.568 9 1.572 -0.3
10 San Francisco 1.530 11 1.481 3.3

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Market

* Numbers do not include international enplanements on foreign carriers

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 7. Domestic Scheduled Airline Travel on U.S. Airlines

  Monthly Year-to-Date
Mar 2012 Mar 2013 Change % 2012 2013 Change %
Passengers (in millions) 56.2 56.6 0.6 149.7 150.1 0.3
Flights (in thousands) 728.6 709.5 -2.6 2,053.6 1,978.3 -3.7
Revenue Passenger Miles (in billions) 49.7 50.6 1.8 131.8 133.7 1.4
Available Seat-Miles (in billions) 58.8 59.5 1.1 163.5 163.6 0.0
Load Factor* 84.5 85.0 0.5 80.6 81.7 1.1
Flight Stage Length** 648.0 664.4 2.5 641.6 656.8 2.4
Passenger Trip Length*** 884.2 894.4 1.2 880.5 890.5 1.1

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market and Segment

* Change in load factor points

** The average non-stop distance flown per departure in miles

*** The average distance flown per passenger in miles

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 8. Domestic Scheduled Enplanements on U.S. Airlines

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

  2011 2012 2011-2012 Pct. Change 2013 2012-2013 Pct. Change
January 46.3 47.1 1.7 47.8 1.5
February 43.7 46.4 6.4 45.7 -1.5
March 55.6 56.2 1.0 56.6 0.6
April 52.9 53.7 1.6    
May 56.0 55.7 -0.4    
June 57.8 57.9 0.2    
July 60.3 59.7 -1.0    
August 57.4 58.6 2.2    
September 51.0 50.1 -1.7    
October 54.1 53.7 -0.8    
November 51.7 51.8 0.4    
December 51.5 51.2 -0.7    
3 Mo. Total 145.6 149.7 2.8 150.1 0.3
Yr. Total 638.2 642.2 0.6    

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 9. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by January-March 2013 Domestic Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Carrier Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Southwest* 26.188 1 25.966 0.9
2 Delta 22.191 2 21.234 4.5
3 American 15.691 4 15.665 0.2
4 United 15.345 3 15.855 -3.2
5 US Airways 12.146 5 11.708 3.7
6 ExpressJet 6.815 6 6.677 2.1
7 JetBlue 6.242 7 5.914 5.5
8 SkyWest 6.130 8 5.629 8.9
9 AirTran 4.128 9 4.907 -15.9
10 Alaska 4.046 11 3.762 7.5

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 10. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by March 2013 Domestic Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

March 2013 Rank Carrier March 2013 Enplaned Passengers March 2012 Rank March 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Southwest* 10.248 1 9.746 5.2
2 Delta 8.595 2 8.228 4.5
3 United 5.704 3 5.952 -4.2
4 American 5.673 4 5.800 -2.2
5 US Airways 4.399 5 4.235 3.9
6 ExpressJet 2.607 6 2.516 3.6
7 JetBlue 2.349 7 2.219 5.8
8 SkyWest 2.265 8 2.112 7.3
9 AirTran 1.626 9 1.883 -13.7
10 Alaska 1.501 11 1.393 7.7

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 11. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by January-March 2013 Domestic Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Airport Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Atlanta 9.359 1 9.326 0.4
2 Dallas/Fort Worth 6.120 3 5.842 4.7
3 Chicago O'Hare 6.011 2 6.132 -2.0
4 Denver 5.681 4 5.672 0.2
5 Los Angeles 5.274 5 5.282 -0.2
6 Charlotte 4.661 7 4.406 5.8
7 Phoenix 4.618 6 4.602 0.4
8 Las Vegas 4.304 8 4.392 -2.0
9 Orlando 3.849 9 3.940 -2.3
10 San Francisco 3.695 10 3.675 0.5

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 12. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by March 2013 Domestic Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

Mar 2013 Rank Airport Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Mar 2012 Rank Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Atlanta 3.524 1 3.550 -0.7
2 Chicago O'Hare 2.258 2 2.349 -3.9
3 Dallas/Fort Worth 2.213 3 2.157 2.6
4 Denver 2.078 4 2.102 -1.1
5 Los Angeles 1.977 5 1.950 1.4
6 Phoenix 1.724 6 1.727 -0.2
7 Charlotte 1.672 8 1.589 5.2
8 Las Vegas 1.613 7 1.604 0.5
9 Orlando 1.460 9 1.471 -0.7
10 San Francisco 1.388 10 1.343 3.3

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 Domestic Market

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 13. International Scheduled Airline Travel on U.S. Airlines

  Monthly Year-to-Date
Mar 2012 Mar 2013 Change % 2012 2013 Change %
Passengers (in millions) 8.3 8.5 3.3 22.3 22.8 2.2
Flights (in thousands) 75.1 75.4 0.4 211.2 209.9 -0.6
Revenue Passenger Miles (in billions) 21.1 21.6 2.2 57.5 58.5 1.6
Available Seat-Miles (in billions) 26.4 26.1 -1.1 75.5 73.9 -2.1
Load Factor* 79.9 82.8 2.9 76.2 79.2 3.0
Flight Stage Length** 1,780.9 1,759.1 -1.2 1,797.0 1,776.4 -1.1
Passenger Trip Length*** 2,554.7 2,527.7 -1.1 2,576.3 2,561.9 -0.6

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market and Segment

* Change in load factor points

** The average non-stop distance flown per departure in miles

*** The average distance flown per passenger in miles

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 14. International Scheduled Enplanements on U.S. Airlines

Passenger numbers in millions (000,000)

  2011 2012 2011-2012 Pct. Change 2013 2012-2013 Pct. Change
January 7.4 7.4 -0.3 7.5 2.3
February 6.4 6.7 4.4 6.8 0.7
March 7.9 8.3 4.2 8.5 3.3
April 7.7 7.8 1.7    
May 7.9 7.9 0.7    
June 8.5 8.7 2.8    
July 9.6 9.5 -1.0    
August 8.9 9.1 2.4    
September 7.1 7.3 2.8    
October 7.1 7.2 1.0    
November 6.6 6.9 4.3    
December 7.5 7.7 2.3    
3 Mo. Total 21.7 22.3 2.7 22.8 2.2
Yr. Total 92.5 94.4 2.0    

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 15. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by January-March 2013 International Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in thousands (000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Carrier Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 United 5,842.7 1 5,906.2 -1.1
2 American 5,191.7 2 5,126.3 1.3
3 Delta 4,820.5 3 4,742.7 1.6
4 US Airways 1,661.4 4 1,577.4 5.3
5 JetBlue 1,045.8 5 933.7 12.0
6 ExpressJet 692.7 6 619.2 11.9
7 Alaska 480.7 7 502.8 -4.4
8 American Eagle 421.1 9 297.3 41.6
9 AirTran* 397.1 11 281.6 41.0
10 SkyWest 340.6 10 292.5 16.4

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 16. Top 10 U.S. Airlines, ranked by March 2013 International Scheduled Enplanements

Passenger numbers in thousands (000)

Mar 2013 Rank Carrier Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Mar 2012 Rank Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 United 2,203.4 1 2,190.9 0.6
2 American 1,872.5 3 1,805.7 3.7
3 Delta 1,845.6 2 1,810.0 2.0
4 US Airways 634.3 4 611.5 3.7
5 JetBlue 393.0 5 344.3 14.2
6 ExpressJet 249.2 6 234.9 6.1
7 Alaska 176.7 7 182.8 -3.3
8 AirTran* 164.8 9 105.9 55.6
9 American Eagle 152.4 8 114.4 33.2
10 SkyWest 127.7 10 105.8 20.7

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market

* Southwest and AirTran are reporting as separate carriers with the exception of the financials. They have one FAA SOC (single operating certificate), requiring that they utilize the same safety/operating procedures, but they have separate DOT 401 economic certificates, meaning they are operating as separate economic entities.

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

Note: For previous rankings see BTS Air Traffic Press Releases

 

Table 17. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by January-March 2012 International Scheduled Enplanements on U.S. Airlines*

Passenger numbers in thousands (000)

Jan-Mar 2013 Rank Airport Jan-Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Jan-Mar 2012 Rank Jan-Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Miami 1,444.6 1 1,441.8 0.2
2 New York JFK 1,061.9 2 1,034.7 2.6
3 Atlanta 964.1 3 958.5 0.6
4 Newark 905.3 4 920.5 -1.7
5 Houston Bush 811.1 5 811.1 0.0
6 Chicago O'Hare 641.0 6 643.6 -0.4
7 Dallas/Fort Worth 592.6 7 541.4 9.5
8 Los Angeles 453.1 8 474.0 -4.4
9 San Francisco 389.1 9 380.6 2.2
10 Philadelphia 375.0 10 355.6 5.4

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market

* Numbers do not include international enplanements on foreign carriers

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.

 

Table 18. Top 10 U.S. Airports, ranked by March 2013 International Scheduled Enplanements on U.S. Airlines*

Passenger numbers in thousands (000)

Mar 2013 Rank Airport Mar 2013 Enplaned Passengers Mar 2012 Rank Mar 2012 Enplaned Passengers Pct. Change 2012-2013
1 Miami 496.8 1 486.1 2.2
2 New York JFK 409.8 2 396.7 3.3
3 Atlanta 365.7 3 360.9 1.3
4 Newark 346.4 4 348.5 -0.6
5 Houston Bush 306.0 5 296.4 3.2
6 Chicago O'Hare 250.8 6 247.1 1.5
7 Dallas/Fort Worth 214.1 7 198.2 8.1
8 Los Angeles 169.1 8 172.0 -1.7
9 Philadelphia 145.8 9 145.2 0.4
10 San Francisco 142.3 10 137.5 3.5

Source: Bureau of Transportation Statistics, T-100 International Market

* Numbers do not include international enplanements on foreign carriers

Note: Percentage changes based on numbers prior to rounding.